Ex-NFL LB Lance Briggs Opens Up About Suffering From Symptoms of CTE (Video)

Hopefully for Briggs, addressing it early makes the symptoms easier to deal with. Former Bears stud linebacker Lance Briggs believes he has the symptoms for CTE, telling his story in a his new web series “Lance Briggs-Time of my Life” on SQOR.com. “CTE affects guys in a different way, and you start seeing it even

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Nation’s leading scorer Marcus Keene entering NBA draft

Marcus Keene wants to strike while the iron is hot. The Associated Press is reporting that the Central Michigan point guard and nations leading scorer will declare for the upcoming NBA Draft. The 5-foot-9 point guard scored 30 points per game as a redshirt junior this season, the highest scoring average by a Division I

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Larry Sanders Agrees To Deal With Cavs

Larry Sanders is back in the NBA, and if the rim protector has anything left, Cleveland may forget all about that Bogut guy. Larry Sanders has agreed on a deal to make NBA return with the Cavaliers, w/ likely 2017-18 option date, league sources tell @TheVertical. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) March 13, 2017 Sanders and

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Nick Foles heading back to Eagles on two-year deal

Nick Foles is coming home. The former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback is returning to the Philadelphia Eagles on a two-year deal, the team announced Monday. #Eagles and QB Nick Foles agree to terms on a two-year deal. #FlyEaglesFly More: https://t.co/rCGd9xxOM4 pic.twitter.com/f18RKWCJ53 — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) March 13, 2017 Foles will serve as the backup to

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Villanova earns No. 1 overall seed in NCAA Tournament, With Duke No. 2 in East

The madness has arrived and the committee isn’t feeling a repeat. The Villanova Wildcats were announced as the No. 1 overall seed for the NCAA tournament as part of the bracket reveal during Selection Sunday, and lets just say the East Region is loaded. Nova will face the winner of the First Four game between

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Josh Hart scored 29 points as Villanova Thumps Creighton to win the Big East

Some of the parts may be the different, but the heart and soul of the Villanova Wildcats remains the same. The 2016 national championship team looks primed to repeat, as the second-ranked Wildcats — led by Big East and likely player of the year, Josh Hart — rolled to a 74-60 victory over Creighton to

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UNC Releases Jordan-Inspired ‘The Ceiling is The Roof’ Football Ad (Video)

Looks like Carolina Football is quickly adjusting to the ways of @Jumpman23…#ThisIsCarolinaFootball pic.twitter.com/BMnSd51M2Z — Carolina Football (@TarHeelFootball) March 10, 2017 When you’re most important alumni is also the GOAT in NBA history, you don’t pile on during his embarrassment, you embrace the ceiling. Looking to capitalize off of Jordan’s shoot for the moon style fiasco

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Russell Westbrook Passes Wilt For 2nd-Most Triple-Doubles In a Season

There was a time when I thought Magic Johnson chalking up 12 or 13 triple doubles in a season was ridiculous, but this is insane. Russell Westbrook passed a legend after grabbing 10th rebound when the Thunder took on the visiting Utah Jazz at Chesapeake Energy Arena. With 33 points, 14 assists, 11 rebounds, two

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