Blog Profile / The Pigskin Doctors

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Jeremy Maclin Has Nothing But Nice Things to Say About Chip Kelly

When Chip Kelly let Jeremy Maclin walk to the Chiefs, Eagles fans no doubt threw their hands up in disgust. That meant the Eagles three best offensive weapons left Philly under Chip Kelly’s watch (DeSean Jackson, LeSean McCoy and now Maclin). But despite being in Kansas City, Maclin is not taking this as an opportunity […]

Manny Pacquiao Buys Diddy’s LA Mansion For $12.5M and Fight Tickets

Diddy Combs had his Los Angeles-area mansion on the market and received multiple offers. One offer was from Manny Pacquiao, but perhaps it wasn’t the best offer. Pacquiao ultimately won the bidding, enabling him to buy the home from Diddy for $12.5 million. But what set it over the top? Four tickets to his May […]

Coach Dean Smith’s Will Left $200 to Each and Every One of His Former Players for Dinner Out

Legendary college basketball coach Dean Smith, and former coach of Michael Jordan at the University of North Carolina Tarheels is still making news after his passing. Word was spreading yesterday that each of his former players received a letter from Dean Smith’s estate with a check for $200. The letter encourages the players to go […]

Weekend Boxing Preview for March 28, 2015

The final weekend in March will be a relatively slow one at the world-class level, but there are still a number of intriguing fights taking place across the globe. In England, IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook will make his first defense of the belt he won from Shawn Porter last August, when he faces Ionut […]

Jay Cutler to Face Open Competition in Bears Camp

Jay Cutler’s massive contract extension a few years ago confused many and his benching last season compounded that. On his best day, he’s nowhere near elite although you’d never be able to tell by his contract. Even though he’s guaranteed about $25 million over the next two years, Cutler will face an open quarterback competition […]

Throwback Thursday; Today in NHL History

March 26, 1917 It was 98 years ago today that the Seattle Metropolitans defeated the defending champion Montreal Canadiens to become the first American club to win Lord Stanley’s Cup. Yes, the Emerald City once hosted a professional hockey franchise, though not from the National Hockey League we are all accustomed to. The Metropolitans played […]

Bomb Threat Delays Aaron Hernandez Trial Proceedings

Just in case you thought the Aaron Hernandez trial couldn’t get any more strange, there’s this. Today’s proceedings have been placed on hold in order to deal with an apparent bomb threat. Everyone has been evacuated and the plan is to resume activities at 2pm. Testimony for the case began on January 29. A bomb […]

LeBron Is Reportedly Frustrated with Kevin Love

LeBron James and Kevin Love reportedly aren’t in sync. According to the New York Daily News‘ Frank Isola, LeBron is frustrated with Love and his inability to adapt to the circumstances at hand. Isola also maintains that Love is, indeed, a free-agent flight risk: Kevin Love’s future in Cleveland is more uncertain not only by […]

Freddie Roach Looking for a Fast Start from Manny Pacquiao on May 2

Ever since the long-anticipated showdown between superstars Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather was finally signed, fans have been eagerly speculating over how the action will play out in the ring. Indeed, this is a fight that fans have been playing out in their heads for half a decade. In a March 18 interview with, […]

Andrew McCutchen Cut Off His Signature Dreadlocks

An athlete’s signature look can often times preceded them. Look at the uproar that ensued with LeBron James ditched is headband. And can you imagine if James Harden ever decided to take a razor to his face? Forget about it. The same can be said of the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen. He’s become known, not only […]

Watch: Khris Middleton drills game-winner to beat Heat at the buzzer

It was a wild finish on Tuesday night at Milwaukee. The road team—Miami Heat—looked to notch a victory against the Bucks and they almost did, but they couldn’t hold on to their big lead in the final period and also couldn’t even secure the ball down at the last few seconds of the game, allowing […]

On This Date in Boxing History: Sugar Ray Robinson and Carmen Basilio Go to War in Chicago

On this date in 1958, Sugar Ray Robinson won the middleweight title for the fifth and final time, when he edged Carmen Basilio by split decision in a brutal, 15-round war. It was Basilio’s first defense of the title after defeating Robinson the previous September. Less than two months shy of his 37th birthday, Robinson […]

Jim Harbaugh Doesn’t Think He’s Worth $5 Million Per Year

Jim Harbaugh’s departure from San Francisco seemed imminent for the majority of the season. His in-your-face approach seems more suited for college kids, rather than guys who make more money that he does. He should do well at Michigan. He signed on to coach the Wolverines for $5 million per year, which right away puts […]

Kevin Love Says Westbrook is Having a Better Season Than LeBron

The relationship of Kevin Love and LeBron James has been an interesting one so far during their tenure as teammates. LeBron’s famous “fit in” tweet aimed at Love a few months ago really demonstrated that the two aren’t on the same page. And according to Love, they’re not exactly “best friends” either. But that’s fine. […]

Surging Sens Rally to Bury Sharks, Overtake Bruins in Wild Card Race

Please refrain from throwing hamburgers at your computer screen. All this talk about the Hamburgler has made me anything but hungry for McDonald’s. Andrew Hammond and his Senators teammates however, are hungry for something far more significant at this juncture: a playoff spot. Ottawa’s 5-2 win over San Jose Monday Night was their seventh in […]

On This Day in Boxing History: The Real Life Rocky

On this date in 1975, the Bayonne Bleeder, Chuck Wepner, challenged the great Muhammad Ali for the Heavyweight Championship of the World at the Richfield Coliseum, in Richfield, Ohio. The tough journeyman sported a 30-9-2 record when he faced Ali, making him an unlikely choice for such a big fight. Wepner had been knocked out […]

Dark Horse Panthers Still Eyeing Playoff Bid

When the puck dropped on the 2014-15 NHL season, I’d be willing to bet many of you excluded the Florida Panthers from your playoff discussions. It’s easy to discount the floundering South Florida franchise that undeniably has the worst attendance in the league. The Panthers have also been connected to endless relocation rumors because of […]

Watch: Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein Posterizes Quadri Moore With Dunk of Tourney

This Willie Cauley-Stein dunk is definitely the dunk of the tournament. Possibly even the dunk of the season for college hoops. Not only did Kentucky dismantle Cincinnati late in the second half of the round of 32, but to put salt in the wounds, Quadri Moore has to watch this highlight over, and over, and […]

Watch: DeMarcus Cousins Holds Back from Fight With Valanciunas; Scares Him

Yesterday, Team USA destroyed Lithuania in the Semi-Finals of the FIBA World Cup. The team was led by Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson, Kenneth Faried, and James Harden. That said, a guy with a huge presence and intimidation in the paint thus far is DeMarcus Cousins. Check out this play against Lithuania where the Raptors Jonas […]

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