Crypto Crash Costing NFL Players Millions

The volatile ups and down in the cryptocurrency market could be costing NFL stars like Trevor Lawrence millions, warns Action Network.

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Facing $1.8B in Repairs, Titans Push for New $2.2B Stadium

A new study says it hardly makes fiscal sense to renovate the Tennessee Titans’ home stadium instead of building a new one.

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Andreessen Horowitz Launches $600M Gaming-Focused Fund

Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has launched a $600 million fund exclusively for gaming startups.

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Bills’ Von Miller Puts Denver Home Up For Sale for $4.1M

The nine-bedroom, 15-bath house sits on 4.32 acres. Miller spent 10-plus seasons in Denver before being traded to the Rams in October.

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Rapper J. Cole Joins Canadian Elite Basketball League

After a stint in the BAL, rapper J. Cole continues to pursue his dream of playing professional basketball — this time in Canada.

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NBA Top Shot Reaches $1B in Sales Amid NFT Market Downturn

NBA Top Shot surpassed $1 billion in sales Friday, a milestone that was hit as the crypto asset market has seen a major dip in recent weeks.

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The Loss of Max Scherzer Should Not Break The Mets

Scherzer will miss six-to-eight weeks with an oblique strain. New York is off to its fourth-best 40-game start in franchise history.

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Boston’s Starting PG Has Been Right In Front of Them

Since Kyrie Irving left for Brooklyn in 2019, Boston has been shuffling point guards — not realizing the answer was right in front of them.

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Indy 500 On Pace For Best Attendance in Years

The Indy 500 is less than 10 days away and “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” is on pace for its best attendance showing since the pandemic began.

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French Open Favorite Iga Swiatek Has Been Unbeatable

The World No. 1 arrives in Paris riding a 28-match, five-tournament winning streak.

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U.S. Investors Taking Over Premier League Soccer

Next season could mark the first time that half of the English Premier League’s top 20 teams are backed by U.S. money.

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Nick Saban Is Too Successful to Complain About NIL

Saban called out the Aggies for “buying” their top-ranked class via NIL — but his Crimson Tide claimed 11 of the last 14 recruiting titles.

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Nick Saban Blames NIL for Alabama's No. 2 Recruiting Class

Nick Saban said NIL deals were skewing the recruiting landscape — and those deals are the reason the Crimson Tide didn’t score the top class this year.

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PGA Championship's Quick Organization Could Set New Precedent

This weekend’s PGA Championship could potentially establish a new precedent for how the tournament selects its venues.

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U.S. Soccer Makes History With Equal Pay Deal

U.S. Soccer and the men’s and women’s national teams announced a CBA on Wednesday that will see the teams’ athletes receive equal pay.

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