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Former New York Giants defensive great Harry Carson breaks down rookie quarterback New York Giants rookie Daniel Jones

Former New York Giants defensive great and Super Bowl champion Harry Carson critiqued rookie quarterback Daniel Jones in an interview with rolling out. He also talked about the NFL’s less physical game and the success of Black quarterbacks at the 34th annual Great Sports Legends Dinner to benefit the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis in…

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Tennis star Naomi Osaka at 2019 US Open (Photo by Derrel Johnson for Steed Media Service)

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and NBA legend Kobe Bryant were in the stands cheering on Japanese tennis star and 2018 U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka, who defeated Magda Linette of Poland 6-2, 6-4 at Louis Armstrong Stadium to advance to the third round. “It’s just funny to me,” Osaka said. “You know, like, last…

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American Idol contestant Such (Photo credit - Penny O)

Soul singer Such describes how a tragic event that stunned the nation deeply impacted her and inspired the title of her new album, Wide Nose Full Lips.  Rolling out spoke exclusively with the Boston-born, New York-raised, former “American Idol” contestant about the project. What inspired you to write Wide Nose Full Lips? Three years and…

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Hip-hop mogul and entrepreneur Jay-Z and his entertainment company, Roc Nation, will partner with the National Football League on a music and social justice campaign, according to TMZ and other published reports on Tuesday, Aug. 13. Jay-Z was one of the biggest supporters of Colin Kaepernick and critical of the NFL in his hit song…

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Gervonta Davis celebrates his win over Ricardo Núñez Saturday at Royal Farms Arena.(Photo courtesy of Sean Michael Ham/Mayweather Promotions)

Gervonta “Tank” Davis returned to Baltimore and successfully defended his WBA Super Featherweight World Championship with a second-round technical knockout of mandatory challenger Ricardo Núñez Saturday night at Royal Farms Arena.  The sold-out crowd of 14,686 included boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, boxer Adrien Broner, and NFL Hall of Famer Ed Reed. Fighting for the first…

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Gervonta “Tank” Davis was honored in his hometown Wednesday as Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young presented him with the Key to the City at a ceremony at City Hall (Photo courtesy of Amanda Westcott/SHOWTIME)

WBA Super Featherweight World Champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis (21-0) returns to Baltimore to defend his title against Ricardo Núñez on Showtime Championship Boxing Saturday, July 27, 2019, at Royal Farms Arena at 9 pm. “The main reason … I wanted to come back home was because of people getting killed in this city,” Davis said…

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