COWBOYS’ RANDLE GOES FROM STEALING TO ENDORSING UNDERWEAR!

Talk about turning a negative into a positive. Dallas Cowboys RB JOSEPH RANDLE---who was arrested last week for shoplifting cologne and underwear from a Dallas area Dillards---has agreed to sign an endorsement deal with MeUndies, a L.A. based underwear and apparel company. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter: [box]MeUndies will pay Randle enough

LANDRY, ALEXANDER SUSPENDED BY NFL FOR SUBSTANCE VIOLATIONS!

Indianapolis Hulk: Landry boasts an incredible physique. Maybe too incredible which is why he's suspended. More discouraging news from the No Fun League: Indianapolis Colts safety LARON LANDRY and Carolina Panthers defensive lineman FRANK ALEXANDER have both been suspended for violating the NFL's drug policy. Landry, who one can probably guess

THOUSANDS IN BALTIMORE TURN OUT FOR RAY RICE JERSEY EXCHANGE!

Fried rice: Suspended indefinitely by the NFL, Rice is quickly becoming the least-liked pro athlete in America. The fallout for disgraced ex-Baltimore Ravens running back RAY RICE'S "punch viewed 'round the world" as been paramount. From the NFL's suspected poor handling of the affair to Rice's immediate and complete fall from

CAROLINA ACADEMIC SCANDAL PITS MCCANTS AGAINST ROY WILLIAMS!

Liar & Cheat? The UNC academic fraud case has apparently put both McCants and Williams in a very bad light.    Remnants of a University of North Carolina academic fraud scandal sniffed out by the Raleigh (N.C.) News and Observer in 2011 has reared its ugly head recently when former UNC

JAMEIS WINSTON CRAB LEGS THEFT CAUGHT ON SURVEILLANCE VIDEO!

Cold Case: The Jameis Winston crab legs heist has gathered plenty of attention (and jokes) the past few weeks. Note to everyone out there in US of A land: Big brother is indeed watching. The surveillance video from a Tallahassee area Publix grocery store showing Heisman Trophy winner JAMEIS WINSTON taking

AARON HERNANDEZ INDICTED IN 2012 DOUBLE MURDER CHARGE IN BOSTON!

The life of former New England Patriots tight end took an added turn for the worst with indictment charges on two counts of first-degree murder handed down by Boston authorities Thursday... Video courtesy: USA Today Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley told reporters at a news conference Thursday that a grand jury