Browns Fans Celebrate After Losing By Only 30 Points

by Alex Poletti

After a breakout season from quarterback Baker Mayfield last year and a blockbuster trade for the league’s most dynamic wide receiver in Odell Beckham Jr. this offseason, the Cleveland Browns looked primed to compete for a Lombardi trophy entering week one of NFL play. Reality hit pretty quickly as they were handed a 43-13 loss at the hands of the Tennessee Titans. However, Browns fans can’t complain, as the 30-point loss was their closest in several years.
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When It Comes to Drug Testing, NBA Using TSA’s Definition of ‘Random’

by Alex Poletti

Lakers shooting guard Alex Caruso has been the media’s darling after photoshopped pictures of his workouts went viral. To no one’s surprise, Caruso was hit with a random drug test from the league. Officials from the NBA confirm that when it comes to drug testing, the league uses the TSA’s definition of random.

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Ezekiel Elliot’s Stay in Cabo Just Ploy to Get NFL Team in Mexico

by Alex Poletti

The Ezekiel Elliot holdout is be over, but not for the reasons we all expected. Although the pro-bowler has flown back to Dallas, and a six year, $90 million deal been reached, this may not have been the intention of the holdout, as the half back reveals his stay in Cabo was just a tactic to get an NFL team in Mexico.

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To Solidify Special Teams Roster, Bears Hire Lucy from ‘Peanuts’ as Holder

by Alex Poletti

Even with rookie Eddy Pineiro making his first career field goal and the dreaded “double doink” in the rearview mirror, the Bears’ kicking team was missing something. Chicago general manager Ryan Pace has found that missing piece in Lucy van Pelt of “Peanuts” fame, who will serve as the team’s holder in 2019.

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Novak Djokovic Plans to Catch Up on Slam Titles Via Denny’s Breakfast Specials

by Alex Poletti

As he walked off the court at Arthur Ashe stadiums nursing a shoulder injury to a chorus of boos, Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic knew he wouldn’t come any closer to catching Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in grand slam titles. However, the world No. 1 has another way to reach his peers: the Grand Slams at Denny’s.

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Glass Family Agrees to Sell Kansas City Royals Back to British Royal Family

by Alex Poletti

Kansas City Royals owner David Glass and his family announced that they have come to an agreement to sell the franchise to the British monarchy. This will usher in a new era of baseball to the City of Fountains. The deal also marks an increased interest in baseball across the pond.

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Inspired by Colts, Dolphins Trade Offensive Line to Force Josh Rosen to Retire

by Alex Poletti

After a blockbuster trade that sent left tackle Laremy Tunsil to the Houston Texans for two first round picks and change, it seemed that the Miami Dolphins were in full rebuild mode. However, an insightful interview with Dolphins general manager Chris Grier shows otherwise; in a turn inspired by the Colts, Grier is trading his offensive line to injure Josh Rosen into retirement.

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