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The myth of Eli Manning

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    There is a treasured myth among New York football fans that Eli Manning is a Hall of Famer. The only thing more of a joke than that is the fact that Manning is still the starting quarterback for the New York Football Giants. A franchise that has been run into the ground mainly because of him. The only …

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Former Knicks find new life in Toronto

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    Inside of Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, about 45 minutes before the home team Raptors take on the New York Knicks, an unassuming tall man with glasses, wearing a three quarters length leather jacket, can be seen talking to a few people on the baseline next to the visiting bench before walking with a slightly noticeable limp to …

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A Soldiers Son Takes a Knee

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  Much of the time a love for the game of baseball begins with influence from a father to the son. It is a sport where you have to understand its subtleties to have an appreciation for it. More so than the other two premier sports in the county that move at a faster pace. That is how Bruce Maxwell …

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Bruce Maxwell On Protest And Baseball

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On September 23rd of last season Oakland Athletics catcher Bruce Maxwell became the first and only Major League Baseball player to protest during the National Anthem.  He was raised in Alabama and his father is a millatary man.  Maxwell recently spoke with us.

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Q-Rich

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Former 13 year NBA Veteran Quentin Richardson talks about NBA life, his days on talented Knicks teaqms that just could not get right, former head coach in Phoenix and in New York Mike D’antoni, Rockets-Warriors, what he is doing now and social activism in professional sports.     Play…