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Los Angeles - Lakers' superstar Kobe Bryant will no longer participate in pre and post-game team meals a source close to the team told eTrueSports. The shocking revelation came minutes after the Lakers lost to the lowly Indiana Pacers 110-91. Read more...

Read this storyUPDATE: Fort Wayne Mad Ants Still Set To Replace Knicks
UPDATE: New York (eTrueSports) - Despite a lawsuit by the Mad Ant's "Hot Hoosierettes" dance team which delayed Sunday's planned Ants debut in NY, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is adamant about replacing the New York Knickerbockers with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the Development League, sources have told eTrueSports. Read more...

Read this storyRoger Goodell Supporter Located in Pocatello
Pocatello, Idaho (eTrueSports) – After an exhaustive nationwide search, a Pocatello man has been identified as a Roger Goodell supporter, eTrueSports has learned. Read more...

Read this storyBrawling For Dollars: UFC Signs Sarah Palin
New York (eTrueSports) - Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin has been signed by Ultimate Fighting Championships and will compete in the MMA women’s 145-pound division. “After seeing the Alaska brawl, we were convinced," said UFC President Dana White. "She's a mean, vicious little SOB who will fit in beautifully with our UFC family.” Read more...

Read this storyGoodell: NFL To Go Two-Hand Touch To Weed Out Psychos
New York (eTrueSports) - "We're getting rid of the psychos," said Commissioner Roger Goodell in a stunning announcement that beginning with the 2015 season the NFL would become a "two-hand touch" league. Read more...

Read this storyChicks Won't Leave Me Alone: Jerry Jones New Surgery
Dallas, TX (eTrueSports)- According to sources close to the Dallas Cowboys, owner Jerry Jones, beleaguered by multiple accusations from strippers and hookers of sexual harassment, will undergo a new round of plastic surgeries to dramatically change his appearance. Read more...

Read this storyJacksonville Jaguars Launch 'Keep That Safety On!' Campaign
Jacksonville, FL - In the face of mounting criticism over the use of discounted concealed weapons permits to boost lagging ticket sales, the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars announced today the launch of 'Keep That Safety On,' a public service campaign designed to discourage gun violence. Read more...

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Edgar responds to:
Roger Goodell Supporter Located in Pocatello
Memo to Goodell:  inauthentic doesn't work.

Jelly responds to:
Roger Goodell Supporter Located in Pocatello

Charles Goodell, NFL Commissioner Roger's Republican Senator father, took a courageous political stance against the Vietnam War which cost him his political career. Charles would not be proud.


Edgar responds to:
Brawling For Dollars: UFC Signs Sarah Palin
That's funny. And gawd help us all, it's also plausible.

Jelly responds to:
Brawling For Dollars: UFC Signs Sarah Palin
From an observer of the Palin conflagration:  "When the host of the party asked Bristol to leave, she "planted her feet, stood straight up, brought her arm back and cold-cocked him right in the face."   Dana, you listening?

Edgar responds to:
Goodell: NFL To Go Two-Hand Touch To Weed Out Psychos
More weed, less alcohol!
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