Worker Falls 30-Feet Off NFL Draft Stage

“” That NFL Draft set up can be dangerous, and one union worker in Philadelphia had a scary experience recently. NBC 10 is reporting that man working on the stage for next week’s NFL draft in Philadelphia was injured when he fell 30 feet from the roof. Philadelphia police say the 27-year-old man fell around

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Complete List of Free Events For Largest Fan Experience Ever During 2017 NFL Draft In Philly

The NFL Draft has always been big, but the player selection experience slated to take place in Philadelphia, is being hailed as the “largest ever.” The NFL is expecting a record number of fans to take part in the free fan experiences, coming to Philadelphia from April 27 to April 29 — including interactive exhibits,

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10 NFL Events Happening In Philly Throughout Draft Week You Don’t Want to Miss

Philadelphia is prepping to host the biggest NFL Draft in league history, with an outdoor event never seen before in league history on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The first round begins on Thursday, April 27th, but the fan friendly NFL Draft events will begin as early as Monday April 24th. There will be events and

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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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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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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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Email Suggest Eli Manning Was Involved in Scheme To Sell Fake Memorabilia

Could teflon Eli finally be in hot water? In what could effect his legacy and possible playing time with the Giants, the New York Post is reporting that an email proves that Manning had a role in the New York Giants’ scheme to sell fake game-used memorabilia, Kaja Whitehouse and Bruce Golding reported. According to

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Marshawn Lynch Snaps on Fan Who Was Recording Him at LAX; Knocks Phone Out of his Hand (Video)

Marshawn Lynch may have grown tired of a fan at LAX who probably didn’t listen to his request to not snap the picture. According to TMZ Sports — Money Lynch had just landed at LAX when he was approached by two guys. Admitting that they were responding to tipsters — the duo tried to get

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Phil Simms Breaks His Silence after Being Replaced on CBS by Tony Romo

Phil Simms will not be going away quietly. The now removed lead CBS commentator made his first public comment since being replaced in the booth by the former Cowboys star. “I am not done,” Simms told Gary Myers of the New York Daily News in a text message. Simms made it clear that he won’t

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