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During NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's scheduled press conference today to discuss the recent domestic violence issues within the league, one man was escorted out for interrupting. Turns out it was Howard Stern's sidekick Benjy Bronk, who is well known for public stunts like this. On his way out he shouted "Please don't take me to an elevator," referencing the now-very-public event involving Ray Rice assalting his now-wife. Bronk stole the show in 2011, too, when former Congressman Anthony Weiner announced his resignation amid a sex scandal. "Will you mantain your hot physique and smooth sexy chest?" Bronk asked then. How does this guy keep getting into these things?
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Megan MacKay is very clever. Check out her tongue-in-cheek makeup tutorial video inspired by Ray Rice and the NFL. It addresses a lot of the fallout that's taken place after TMZ released footage of Rice punching and knocking out his now wife. If you're in an abusive relationship, see a list of women's shelters here.
When Oriskany Broome decided to take a short video selfie while a fight broke out behind him before a football game at Louisiana State University, he probably never could have imagined the video would get so much attention online. It has sparked a new popular meme on Reddit. He joined RTM via Skype to talk all about his new found Internet fame.
This sport is insane. Actually, it's more of a fist fight combined with a little a bit of football. Either way, we're intrigued. Gladiator Football is not for the faint of heart.
The St. Andrews Sewanee High School football team scored a winning touchdown in a recent game in Tennessee. A 16-year-old sophomore decided to celebrate with his coach, who jumped into him and repelled backwards. That's what you call "a win and a loss."
Sometimes fans get emotional over a loss, and others like this guy, burn the jerseys of players that helped their team win two Super Bowls. This Giants fan was so incensed by quarterback Eli Manning's rough start to the season (and his league-leading 27 interceptions last season) that he decided to dramatically end his relationship with his game-day threads.
Sidenote: Sweet trampoline!
Georges really loves his football. In case there was any doubt, this video will quickly show you just how excited he gets when the big game comes on. Now that's what we call a hardcore fan.
The Pride of the Buckeyes Marching Band found a fun way to provide a tribute to some of the great shows on TV Land, including Dragnet, Batman, The Brady Bunch and others. The Lantern TV, the video compontent of The Ohio State University's official school newspaper, captured the entire halftime show. Two words: Marching Batmobile!
UPDATE: Ray Rice's contract with the Ravens has been terminated.
The Baltimore Ravens' star player Ray Rice has been seen in surveillance video savagely beating his then fiancée. The newly released video shows Rice knocking the woman unconscious in an elevator. Rice has already been suspended for two games in the NFL.
Get it straight, boys and girls. Laina is a super duper sports fan and now that football season has started again, there is, like, literally nobody as excited as she is to root for her boys. Watch as she explains her version of what football is all about. And ladies, don't forget to take a selfie at the arena if you go to a game so you can, like, prove to everyone that you really love sports, like football.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis is known for catching touchdown passes, but he recently traded in his cleats for a disguise and cups filled with Razzmatazz. The Pro Bowl player is a franchisee and went undercover in his own Jumba Juice store to mess with customers. It was all in good fun, as Davis served up some drinks and some humor.
Jason Derulo's mega-hit "Wiggle" recently inspired the Missouri Tigers football team to add something new to practice. The squad, featuring several large linemen, decided to dance to the popular song while warming up. Their collective "wiggles" were all caught on camera. Click here for the original video.