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  2. Canadian Football League - Wikipedia

    In 1993, the league admitted its first United States-based franchise, the Sacramento Gold Miners.After modest success, the league then expanded further in the U.S. in 1994 with the Las Vegas Posse, Baltimore Stallions, and Shreveport Pirates.

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  4. Chris Harris Jr. - Wikipedia

    In Week 3, Harris suffered a foot injury and was placed on injured reserve on September 29, 2020. He was activated on November 27, 2020. [46] In Week 15 against the Las Vegas Raiders on Thursday Night Football , Harris recorded his first interception as a Charger off a pass thrown by Marcus Mariota and made a 51 yard return during the 30–27 ...

  5. Art Schlichter - Wikipedia

    After losing $20,000 in the first week of the strike, he doubled up the next week and lost again—starting a cycle that would continue for over a year. [1] In the winter of 1982 and the spring of 1983, Schlichter lost $489,000 betting on basketball games and his bookies threatened to expose him if he did not pay up (the NFL forbids its players ...

  6. Hunter S. Thompson - Wikipedia

    Hunter Stockton Thompson (July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005) was an American journalist and author who founded the gonzo journalism movement. He rose to prominence with the publication of Hell's Angels (1967), a book for which he spent a year living and riding with the Hells Angels motorcycle club to write a first-hand account of their lives and experiences.

  7. Fan Controlled Football - Wikipedia

    Fan Controlled Football (FCF) is a professional 7-on-7 Indoor football league created in 2017 as the first sports league controlled by fans. [1] [2] All games are played at the Pullman Yards in Atlanta, Georgia and broadcast on Twitch , NBCLX , DAZN , FuboTV and Peacock .

  8. Philadelphia Eagles - Wikipedia

    In week 3, the Eagles tied with the Cincinnati Bengals after controversially punting the ball instead of attempting a potential 64-yard game-winning field goal late in overtime. The decision was widely criticized by sports media and fans as they accused head coach Doug Pederson of settling for a tie, rather than playing to win. [96]

  9. List of professional sportspeople convicted of crimes - Wikipedia

    3 years probation, $1,000 fine and 100 hours community service While a pitcher for the New York Yankees , Howe was banned from baseball in June 1991 for failing his seventh drug test. Howe was arrested in December for buying two grams of cocaine in a federal drug investigation and pleaded to a lesser charge in April 1992.