It seemed bizarre when the Carolina Panthers rescinded the franchise tag they offered to Josh Norman. The cornerback had not signed the tag which was offered to him March 1, and the Panthers decided to move on. Many thought it was because Norman insisted on getting $15 million to $16 million a year and was prepared to go elsewhere to get it, but it turns out he wanted to remain with the Panthers and made a last ditch effort to do so.
The drama and confusion continues. Earlier today Conor McGregor said he worked things out with UFC president Dana White and he is back on the card to headline UFC 200. Well wires must be crossed because White says that’s not true.
Adrien Broner was in a pretty jovial mood when a TMZ cameraman caught up with him. Not only did he talk about the fans that sent him money while he was in jail, he also talked about his jewelry which led to a conversation about Fetty Wap.
Last week the Philadelphia Eagles traded with the Cleveland Browns to acquire the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft. The Eagles are expected to draft a quarterback and that angered their current QB Sam Bradford so much so that he is now demanding a trade and will not show up for their offseason program.
Well if you thought #DeflateGate was finally over, you’re wrong. A federal appeals court has ruled that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a 4-game suspension imposed by the NFL, overturning a lower judge and siding with the league in a battle with the players union.
Following the Golden State Warriors 121-94 win over the Houston Rockets in game 4, an international reporter started to ask Draymond Green a bizarre question correlating the Warriors success to the recent Houston floods.
UFC president Dana White and former champion Conor McGregor have had fans confused for the past week. McGregor tweeted that he was retiring early, then White said McGregor was cut from UFC 200 because he did not show up for mandatory promotional activities, then McGregor said he wanted to compete in UFC 200 but he also wanted to focus on training, not the numerous activities that would distract him. Well the two must’ve worked everything out because early this morning, McGregor tweeted that he is back on the UFC 200 card.