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2015 Arnold Sports Festival Expands

Columbus, Ohio – The Arnold Sports Festival, the largest multi-sport event in the nation, will move several competitions to the Ohio Expo Center in 2015, including the NEW Arnold Kids Fitness EXPO. All professional and amateur bodybuilding shows will be relocated to the Greater Columbus Convention Center, due to the closing of Franklin County Veterans Memorial. Sports and events to ... Read More »

FEATURE FRIDAY: Knicks’ woes nothing new or unexpected

By Jim Brighters, NBA Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – This week, in almost every facet imaginable, has been a disaster for the New York Knickerbockers. On the court, the team is mired in a 10-game losing streak, which is two off the longest rut in team history. Their 4-20 start is the worst in team history and ... Read More »

Steiner Sports to launch new hand-written collection at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse

STEINER SPORTS TO LAUNCH “IN THEIR OWN WORDS” HAND-WRITTEN COLLECTION ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, AT MICHAEL JORDAN’S THE STEAK HO– USE N.Y.C. New York, December 3—Steiner Sports Founder Brandon Steiner, who has been the innovator of a myriad of memorabilia projects including the original Yankee Stadium collection, team partnerships, game-used collectibles and the sale of stadium dirt, will announce yet ... Read More »

NFF Concludes Momentous 57th Annual Awards Dinner

25th William V. Campbell Trophy winner David Helton, global humanitarian Dr. Tom Catena, and Hall of Famers Sterling Sharpe, Shane Conlan and LaDainian Tomlinson headlined the night’s honorees. By NFF Correspondent Josh Yonis NEW YORK (Dec. 10, 2014) – The fabled Waldorf Astoria Grand Ballroom in New York City witnessed an all-star cast of history’s greatest football players at the 57th Annual National Football ... Read More »

Rex Ryan’s actions tell the true story

By John McMullen, NFL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – NFL coaches can be a lot like politicians when it comes to word play. That’s why when you really want to know what a mentor is thinking, you ignore the semantics — artful or not — and focus in on the actions. Understand, unless your Jay Gruden, NFL ... Read More »

Pulse of the NBA

By Andy Roth, Contributing Editor (SportsNetwork.com) – The New Orleans Pelicans snapped their three-game losing streak Tuesday with a 112-104 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Kevin Durant’s first game of the season. The three-game skid for the Pelicans coincided with losing starting two guard Eric Gordon indefinitely due to a torn left labrum. Gordon hasn’t exactly been lighting ... Read More »

‘Moral Roger’ resurfaces for NFL

By John McMullen, NFL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Forget all the white noise. When it came to the Adrian Peterson punishment, the only real issue was whether Roger Goodell was going to temper the tyrannical act or return to his default settings as judge, jury and executioner of all things related to personal conduct in the ... Read More »

DEA sends high-profile warning to NFL

By John McMullen, NFL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The seedy underbelly of the NFL was exposed Sunday when federal drug agents conducted surprise inspections of several team medical staffs as part of an ongoing investigation into prescription drug abuse in the league. The “inspections” were carried out by Drug Enforcement Administration agents in cooperation with the ... Read More »

Good for you, Phil Jackson

By Jim Brighters, NBA Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Overreaction can be ugly. Overreacting makes the one who overreacts look petty and unable to take the joke. I hate overreactions. So why did Phil Jackson’s borderline overreaction to comments by Commissioner Adam Silver strike me as a noble crusade? Let’s start from the beginning. Silver said this ... Read More »

Have NEW YORK JETS fans suffered enough?

TO ALL NEW YORK JETS FANS…HAVE WE SUFFERED ENOUGH? By John Evans, Contributing Writer New York, NY (NYSportscene.com) – After a 1-8 start, the New York Jets’ 2014 season has been a disaster. Rex Ryan is on thin ice and the quarterback situation has been enough to cause any Jets fan to pull out their hair in frustration. As Jets fans, ... Read More »