Just hours after The Arizona Cardinals deactivated running back Jonathan Dwyer for head-butting his wife, the team released running back Chris Rainey.
Once again the media is stirring up controversy where there should be none. Boxer Floyd Mayweather is being a accused of stiffing a waitress. Mayweather, 37, and his entourage tallied up a bill of $25,300 in food and drink at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas after he defeated Marcos Maidana on Saturday.
A quick thinking paparazzi apparently ordered flowers to be delivered to the Baltimore home of former NFL player Ray Rice on Tuesday. The photog snapped shots of the embattled couple as they answered the door to accept the flowers.
The exclusive photos were published in today’s NY Post.
Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice is a running back without a football team. The Ravens terminated Rice’s contract today after gossip tabloid TMZ released new elevator footage showing Rice knocking out his then-fiancee, Janay Palmer.
Update: Gawker.com points out the Ravens just deleted a tweet that seemed to blame Janay Palmer for the “role that she played” in her knock down, drag out fight with unemployed former NFL player Ray Rice.
Shocking new video shows Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice delivering the knock out punch to his then-fiancee Janay Rice in an Atlantic City elevator. The new video, published by gossip tabloid TMZ, shows the violence that occurred inside the elevator at Revel Casino on February 15.
Like Jay Z’s sister-in-law Solange Knowles, Ray Rice didn’t realize a camera was rolling when he got on the elevator.
The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed defensive tackle Devon Still to their practice squad after cutting him from the team last weekend.
But re-signing Still wasn’t a football decision. Still needed help to pay for his 4-year-old daughter Leah’s cancer treatment. Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 pediatric cancer in June. “I just broke down in tears and I couldn’t stop crying,” said Still in an interview with ABC News. “It was like my whole world turned upside down.”
Little League sensation Mo’ne Davis threw out the first pitch before a Dodgers game on Tuesday. Talk show host and former rapper Queen Latifah introduced the Philadelphia Taney Dragons star pitcher. The 13-year-old also posed for photos with players and signed autographs. Davis’ autographs have sold for as much as $500 on eBay. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Washington Nationals by the final score of 4-1 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA.