New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was called to testify in the murder trial of former tight end Aaron Hernandez in Fall River, Mass., on Tuesday morning.
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As is the case with most start-up franchises, it was a tough opening night for the Las Vegas Outlaws as they were handled by the San Jose SaberCats 59-41.
Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer has been suspended four games for texting coaches during games in 2014 and the team was fined $250,000.
The Atlanta Falcons have been fined $350,000 and will lose a 2016 draft pick for pumping artificial crowd noise into the Georgia Dome over the last two seasons.
The Outlaws, who kick off their inaugural season in the Arena Football League at 7:30 p.m. Monday today at the Thomas and Mack Center against the San Jose SaberCats, are owned by Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil.
Aaron Garcia, the Arena Football League’s career passing leader, retired after the 2014 season and now is the head coach of the Las Vegas Outlaws, who will open their inaugural season Monday against the San Jose SaberCats at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Wide receiver Tysson Poots, who starred at Coronado High School and Southern Utah, is expected to play a prominent role for the Las Vegas Outlaws, the Arena Football League expansion franchise that will play its first game Monday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette, citing health concerns, has abruptly ended his playing career and will enter medical school.
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee said on Friday that he told her he did not murder the man he is charged with fatally shooting at an industrial park near their Massachusetts home in June 2013.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted by an NFL team, said he is not alone as a gay player in the league.
Ali Mourtada outkicked 22 other entrants at a tryout with the Las Vegas Outlaws and now will compete with Ross Gornall to be the place-kicker for the Arena Football League team, which opens its first season in Las Vegas on Monday.
UNLV junior cornerback Torry McTyer has made several big plays during the spring football session at Rebel Park. He was one of previous coach Bobby Hauck’s most touted recruits.
Linebacker Brandon Magee was placed on waivers by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wednesday, and now he’s headed to Boston Red Sox spring training… to play.
A bomb scare forced the evacuation on Thursday of the Massachusetts courthouse where the murder trial of ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez was underway. The court lifted the bomb threat and the trial will resume at 2pm ET, a court security official said.
JJ Raterink, a 33-year-old Arena Football League journeyman, is the starting quarterback of the Las Vegas Outlaws, the valley’s newest professional sports franchise, who open their inaugural season Monday against the San Jose SaberCats at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Ohio State is checking into a possible NCAA rules violation involving Braxton Miller after the senior quarterback was pictured on an Instagram page appearing to endorse a line of nutritional products.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still received good news on Wednesday. His 4-year-old daughter Leah’s cancer is in remission, he said in a post on Instragram.
Former Michigan center Jack Miller gave up football before starting his senior season because he feared the effects of concussions.
Running back Adrian Peterson is not longing for the Minnesota Vikings, if you ask his agent, Ben Dogra. Coach Mike Zimmer told another story Wednesday on the final day of NFL owners meetings.
Four weeks before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are officially on the clock in the 2015 NFL Draft on April 30, head coach Lovie Smith does not deny Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston is the leader in the clubhouse to be the No. 1 pick.
The Rebels are experienced at linebacker, where the starters and reserves return. They will be counted on to help improve a defense that allowed 38.5 points and 513.5 yards per game last season.
Following recommendations by the Competition Committee, NFL owners voted Tuesday to reject a series of proposed rules that would have expanded the use of instant replay. However, in keeping with the league’s current focus on injuries, the owners did ratify measures that addressed safety.
Free-agent defensive end Ray McDonald will sign a contract with the Chicago Bears, according to reports Tuesday.
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