Wednesday, September 3, 2014

After much anticipation and speculation, Jim Irsay's punishment from the NFL has been made public. Just hours after his guilty plea in court, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that Irsay would be suspended for six games, and will be fined $500,000. This is the maximum amount anyone can be fined under current league rules.

The fine is ten times that of the fine for the same infraction committed by a player. Goodell was quoted... Read at Colts 101

With Philadelphia Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro striking out at the Major League Baseball trade deadline, the team is certain to attempt a major unload of players during the offseason in order to start the rebuilding process.

The most attractive of those players is ace Cole Hamels, who currently sits on an 8-6 record with an ERA of 2.50. Consistently, Hamels has proven to be a top-notch pitcher for the Phillies and the interest in him from other teams around baseball will be... Read at Yankees 101

Getting into the best, possible physical playing condition seems to be a common theme for the players of the New York Knicks this offseason.

Carmelo Anthony is down about 15 pounds and looks to be in the best shape of his career, J.R. Smith has been seen in the gym and taking his playing career more seriously and Iman Shumpert is getting his legs healthy so he can be a more effective player.

Now it looks like it's Amar'e... Read at Knicks 101

According to thehockeynews.com's Adam Proteau, two NHL players who spent time with the Buffalo Sabres last season are on the list of the top 10 NHL free agent signings.

The list, which does not include any signings by the Sabres, looks at how impactful each signing will be and how the signing will help their new team in their quest for a Stanley Cup.

The first former Sabres player to appear on the list is Thomas Vanek, who ranked at number 10. Vanek signed a three year, $19.5... Read at Sabres 101

Six days after the story broke about Turner Scott Motorsports not bringing the No. 30 truck of Ron Hornaday Jr to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park the team released a statement on Tuesday explaining the permanent shut down of the No. 30 team for the rest of the 2014 season.

The move to shut the No. 30 team down and lay off 18 total employees was done to keep the rest of Turner Scott Motorsports competitive for the remainder of the season.

Read at Motorsports 101