NFL investigating alleged text messages sent to Cleveland Browns sidelines

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This season it felt like there was more drama off the field for the NFL than the play that was taking place on the gridiron. The National Football League is reportedly investigating reports that clain members of the Cleveland Browns organization were sending text messages to the sideline during games. A violation of the league’s […]

NFL back in LA? Rams owner to build stadium in Inglewood near The Forum

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It’s been 21 years since LA has had an NFL team. The city has become like a horse chasing after a carrot on a stick when it comes to a team coming back. Various fake outs, being used as leverage to get new stadiums built in respective cities, it feels like a dream that will […]

#2014Favs JSJ’s Top 10 Stories of 2014

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It’s almost time to break out the bubbly and welcome in 2015. So its the perfect time to take a look back at what was popping over the last 12 months. These are Jocks and Stiletto Jill’s Top 10 Stories for 2014:

49’ers, Bears, Falcons & Jets all looking for new head coaches

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Yesterday was the final Sunday of the NFL regular season. That means the coaching carousel is moving. Black Monday has begun with a few expected address changes.

Marshawn Lynch fined $11K for “hold my di*k” endzone celebration

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Last Sunday, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch set a career record with a 79-yard touchdown. When Lynch got to the end zone, his celebration suggested everyone to take hold of his naught bits.

Dez Bryant and Malcolm Jenkins get chippy before Cowboys vs. Eagles [Video]

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Dallas Cowboys wr Dez Bryant did his thing on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Dez scored three touchdowns as the Cowboys avenged their Thanksgiving loss.

Adrian Peterson’s suspension upheld by arbitrator

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On Friday it was announced that estranged Minnesota Viking running back Adrian Peterson’s suspension appeal was denied.

NFL revisions to Personal conduct policy includes paid leave if charged with violent crime

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With the high profile cases of former Ravens running back Ray Rice, and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson dominating headlines this season, the NFL announced it would make changes to their personal conduct policy. This season the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell seemed to be making it up as they went along when it […]