Cristiano Ronaldo LEAVING Real Madrid??

Edu Aguirre, a journalist from a Spanish show called El Chirniguito has exclusively reported that 2 teams have reached out to Cristiano Ronaldo, and that one of the clubs interested is Chelsea! He also reported that one of the clubs is ready to table a bid for Ronaldo in the next coming days. Is CR7’s time with Real Madrid running out?

Legendary Sportscaster Dick Enberg Dies

Legendary Sportscaster Dick Enberg Dead Enberg died at the age of 82 Thursday morning at his home in San Diego’s La Jolla neighborhood, his wife Barbara said. There will never be another Dick Enberg,” said Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports. “As the voice of generations of fans, Dick was a masterful storyteller, a consummate professional and a true gentleman. He was one of the true legends of our business. Enberg called 42 NFL seasons, 28 Wimbledon tennis tournaments, 15 NCAA basketball title games, 10 Super Bowls, nine Rose Bowls and the 1982 World Series, according to MLB.com. Enberg also won 14 Emmy awards and nine Sportscaster of the Year awards working for CBS, NBC and ESPN.

ESPN Set To Launch Mobile Broadcast Of NFL Games

Hey NFL Fans, next season Monday Night Football will broadcast out of your pocket. According to ESPN, the flagship football broadcast and other games will stream to any device and platform starting next year. That means the upcoming NFL Wild Card Weekend will be the inaugural broadcast for ESPN’s on-the-go access. The new agreement between the NFL and ESPN will also include mobile content, such as highlights. The deal runs through the 2021 season.

Verizon Secures 2 Billion Dollar Deal To Stream NFL Games

Verizon and the NFL signed a deal work $2 billion for streaming games on mobile devices. The NFL will allow Verizon to broadcast their games across its digital properties, which include Yahoo Sports and AOL. According to reports, the deal will allow viewers with a mobile device to see games for free. The terms will see the telecomm giant pay the NFL the sum over a five year period. The deal will go into effect next season.

Steelers Fan Burns James Harrison Jersey After He Signs With Patriots

A disgruntled Pittsburgh Steelers fan lit his James Harrison jersey on fire on December 26, after hearing that Harrison, a free agent who was released by the Steelers, had signed with the New England Patriots.James Harrison, 39, has played the majority of his NFL career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he won two champsionships and was selected for the Pro Bowl five times. He retired in 2013 but came out of retirement and returned to the Steelers shortly thereafter. Harrison has also played for the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, and the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe.Harrison released a statement on his Instagram account, citing playing time as one of the major reasons why he asked to be released. “If anybody thought I signed a two year deal with a team in the NFL at age 39 to sit on the bench and collect a check and a participation trophy, they’re mistaken.” Credit: Twitter/@shawnfnj via Storyful

Verizon Signs New Streaming Deal With NFL to Stream Games Regardless of Carrier

Verizon Signs New Streaming Deal With NFL, Will be Able to Watch Games Regardless of Carrier On Monday, Verizon officially signed a new streaming deal with the NFL. The new deal allows users to live-stream games on their smartphone, even if Verizon isn’t their carrier. The deal will start in January 2018, meaning it will be in effect just in time for the NFL playoffs to start. The games can be streamed from Yahoo Sports, Verizon’s go90 and NFL Mobile. “Starting with the upcoming playoffs and for seasons to come, live NFL action directly on your mobile device – regardless of carrier – will give millions of fans additional ways to follow their favorite sport.”

Robeson High School football team continues despite small school size

Today, only 4 percent of kids who live within Robeson High School’s attendance boundaries go to school there. But unlike other schools with plunging populations, Robeson football survived. Even though the team only has 11 players–the bare minimum needed to field a team–its coach, Fabray Collins, a Robeson alum and former NFL linebacker, was unfazed at the start of the 2017 season. (Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune)