Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was released from an Arizona jail on Thursday after serving a one day sentence for a DUI arrest dating back to 2013.
Mc5 ran afoul of the law on December 15 when pulled over by Maricopa County police for driving 81 miles per hour in a 65 mph zone; and earning a DUI arrest to make matters worse.
Originally posted on The MMQB with Peter King:
1. You’d better go to the videotape if you want to see Jadeveon Clowney work out. Clowney won’t be doing any more individual workouts for NFL teams, apparently the result of Clemson tackle Brandon Thomas, a day-two NFL draft prospect, blowing out his knee in training for the draft two weeks ago. The Clowney camp has told at least three teams he won’t be working out for teams before the draft, preferring to let his on-campus Pro Day April 2 at South Carolina stand. I spoke to two general managers over the weekend about this, and one took exception to Clowney taking a pass on pre-draft team workouts and one didn’t. He still will visit teams and interview with coaches and GMs, but his next show-and-tell football performance will be after the draft in a…
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The 2013 season for 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was a roller coaster affair. Unfortunately, it seems to possess a few more swings.
Los Angeles police arrested Smith for allegedly yelling “bomb” while in the L.A. airport.
According to TMZ (who posted video of the incident), while Smith went through a secondary screening process, he uttered “bomb,” which led to him being detained by the local authorities.
Former New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes has been quite vocal during the offseason. First, after jumping ship to AFC East rival Buffalo, Spikes decided to throw some shade on (and rightfully so) Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
Now, Spikes is back at it again but launching a verbal assault towards his former team.
Sunday night developed into one of the most shocking nights in sports entertainment history as The Undertaker’s vaunted 21-0 unbeaten streak surprisingly ended at the hands of Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX on in New Orleans.
Sure, The Undertaker’s defeat shocked many but the fan reaction turned into just as big a story.