Beyonce, Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick was presented with the SI Muhammad Ali Legacy Award during Sports Illustrated’s 2017 Sportsperson of the Year Awards at the Barclays Center on Tuesday, Dec. 5.

Beyonce Knowles, 38, surprised everyone when she sauntered onstage wearing a barely-there sequined black mini dress which showed off her thick shimmering thighs.

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Bob McNair DeAndre Hopkins

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair sparked outrage when he referred to kneeling NFL players as “inmates running the prison”.

McNair reportedly said “We can’t have the inmates running the prison,” during a closed door team owners meeting last week, according to ESPN’s Outside the Lines.

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San Francisco 49ers v Arizona Cardinals

A group of TV network executives are considering whether to cancel the remaining 10 Thursday Night Football games amid ongoing protests that led to plummeting ratings.

The network execs came up with a plan to cancel the remaining Thursday Night Football games..

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LeBron James Michael Rapaport

Actor and comedian Michael Rapaport finally came clean about why he hates LeBron James‘ guts. The 47-year-old father-of-2 said he’s no longer a LeBron fan after the NBA superstar dissed his two sons, Julian and Maceo several years ago.

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Lonzo Ball‘s parents LaVar and Tina Ball attended their son’s 3rd game as a NBA rookie on Sunday. Tina is doing fine after suffering a stroke in February.

Sources said the Lakers rookie was not allowed to see his mother during her hospitalization because his father thought the visits would distract from his game.

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Cam Newton Jourdan Rodrigue

NFL star Cam Newton has lost a major sponsor after he expressed surprise that a woman was familiar with wide receiver passing routes.

Dannon Yogurt announced Thursday that Newton, 28, was fired as the spokesman for their Oikos Yogurt brand after he made what they referred to as “sexist and disparaging” comments about women.

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Chicago vs Green Bay Packers

Democrats and other liberals took to social media to vent their outrage after the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers linked arms rather than bend a knee during the singing of the National Anthem at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Thursday.

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