Details on Phil Simms New Role With CBS After Losing Job as Lead Analyst to Tony Romo

Phil Simms and Tony Romo will be linked for years to come, and could cross paths. Phil Simms spoke with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch about moving to The NFL Today studio show. “Listen, I didn’t make any comments for a lot of reasons and you want to sit there and think about it,” Simms said.

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Shaq’s Son Shareef O’Neal Commits to Play Basketball at Arizona

Sean Miller got himself a good one. Shareef O’Neal, the blue chip son of Shaquille O’Neal, has committed to play basketball at the University of Arizona. The younger O’Neal, a 6’9″, 210-pound junior power forward, is ranked No. 19 in ESPN’s rankings of the top 60 high school players in the nation. He is also

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Aaron Hernandez Found Dead in His Jail Cell After Alleged Suicide

This is beyond suspicious, but I digress. What we do know is that former New England Patriots star tight end, and convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez has passed after reportedly committing suicide. Aaron Hernandez committed suicide – statement from prison authorities. pic.twitter.com/xgQLA20x6Q — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 19, 2017 The former tight end was acquitted of

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Archbishop Ryan star Izaiah Brockington Headed to Woodstock Academy For Prep Year

Izaiah Brockington had a senior year for the ages, and now the Philly hoops star is betting on himself and a better offer — deciding to attend a prep school to join the Class of 2018. Brockington announced Monday that he’ll be spending a post-graduate year at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock, Conn., on his Twitter

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Russell Westbrook on ‘Spalding’ Being His Only Friend on The Court

The Brodie plays no games, so his L.A. brother will have to wait until the summer to reconnect. Russell Westbrook doesn’t consider many people in the league his friend, but Rockets star and former Thunder teammate James Harden is a friend, just not during the playoffs. “When I get on the floor, I’ve got one

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Chyna J. Thomas, Sister Of Celtics Isaiah Thomas Killed In Car Accident

This is tragic and our prayers go out to the family. The sister of Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas was killed Saturday morning in a one-car accident outside Seattle. Chyna J. Thomas was 22 years old, when she was killed around 5 a.m. on southbound Interstate 5 near South 288th Street in Federal Way, according

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Packers Fan Gets Awkward Tattoo Of Aaron Rodgers In a Jock Strap (Photos)

This is about as PAUSE worthy a thing, that any man could do — I’m not sure I could even have a conversation with this guy standing on his left. Packers fans love Aaron Rodgers, but this is ridiculous, awkward and quite uncomfortable if you ask me, but who am I. Flip The Page to

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Redskins LB to Portray Sean Taylor on ID TV Show about His Murder

I’m not sure if this is more cool than awkward, but I can’t fault Mr. Fortt for trying something new. Washington Redskins linebacker Khairi Fortt has been cast to portray slain Redskins legend Sean Taylor in a new TV show about his murder, TMZ Sports has reported. The show is a combination of real-life interviews

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Shaq to Pay For Funeral of Teen Who Accidentally Shot Himself

Shaq loves the kids, so this isn’t a surprise at all. The Diesel is doing his part to help ease the pain for a Georgia family struck by tragedy — after 13-year-old Malachi Hemphill was showing off a gun on Instagram Live when it accidentally went off per TMZ. Shaq heard the news, and actually

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Cam’Ron & Stephon Marbury Meet to Negotiate Playing 1-on-1 (Photos)

Killa has not shot in hell, with Marbury still playing and looking great, while the Harlem legend sweats and Henny and weed anytime he has to walk a fight of steps. A week after telling the world he gave Marbury and other New York legends the business, the two sat down for dinner, to reportedly

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