Arrest Warrant Issued for Odell Beckham Jr.

Arrest Warrant Issued for Odell Beckham Jr. The New Orleans Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Cleveland Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham Jr. was in New Orleans for the College Football Playoff National Championship featuring his alma mater, LSU. The NFL superstar, who played for LSU from 2011-2013, is under scrutiny for his post-game celebrations with LSU players. Beckham Jr. is facing a simple battery charge for slapping the rear of a police officer during a locker room celebration. A video posted on social media shows the officer speaking with players appearing to smoke celebratory cigars. Beckham Jr. is also involved in an investigation for his celebration with players on the field following the victory. The former LSU Tiger was seen passing out cash to the LSU players following the title win. School officials from LSU initially said they believed the bills were novelty currency but have since launched an investigation. In an interview on a Barstool Sports podcast, LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow said Beckham Jr. was in fact handing out real money.

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Former NFL Player Steve Gleason Honored With…

Former NFL Player Steve Gleason Honored With Congressional Gold Medal The 42-year-old was given America's highest civilian honor for his contribution to ALS awareness. Gleason is the first pro football player to receive the award. Gleason played in 83 career NFL games from 2000 to 2006, all with the New Orleans Saints. The former NFL safety revealed he was combating the illness known as "Lou Gehrig's Disease" back in 2011. He has since launched the Team Gleason Foundation to help others diagnosed with the disease. In a speech through a computer-generated voice, Gleason called the medal a "sublime honor." Steve Gleason, via statement

5 Takeaways From Netflix's Aaron Hernandez…

5 Takeaways From Netflix's Aaron Hernandez Docuseries 'Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez' revealed intimate details about the former NFL star's life leading up to his 2017 suicide. 1. Hernandez had an extremely troubled childhood. He was sexually abused by a male babysitter and physically and mentally abused by his father. 2. He struggled with his sexuality from a young age. Dennis SanSoucie, Hernandez's high school friend, said, "Girls didn't hang out with the boys after school, so me and Aaron experimented." 3. Hernandez was accused of shooting Alexander Bradley, a local drug dealer, in 2013. Bradley claims Hernandez pointed a gun at his head after he had fallen asleep on their way home from a Miami strip club. The next morning, he was discovered with a gunshot wound to the face. He survived the attack, but lost an eye. 4. The New England Patriots dropped Hernandez 90 minutes after he was arrested for Odin Lloyd's murder. Fans were allowed to replace Hernandez's jerseys with new team memorabilia. 5. Hernandez was acquitted in the double homicide of Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu and Safiro Teixeira Furtado. According to Bradley, Hernandez followed the men and shot into their car after they accidentally spilled a drink on him.

What Would You Give Up For A Super Bowl Ticket?

What would you give up to watch your favorite team play live in a Super Bowl? Would you give up a kidney? or your favorite food? or break up with your significant other? Some fans say they would give up organs, sex and end relationships for a Super Bowl ticket. According to a poll conducted by Ticketmaster, 3,200 NFL fans ages 18 and over would gladly give up all that and more. The survey also found that the first thing 49% of fans would do if they struck it rich was buy season tickets.