Paul Tagliabue Makes Pro Football Hall of Fame


Published on January 16 2020 6:07 am
Last Updated on January 17 2020 6:10 am

Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, who led the league for 17 years starting in 1989, has made it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on his fifth try, announced Wednesday along with former New York Giants GM George Young as contributors. They are part of the centennial class the Hall of Fame's been announcing to celebrate the NFL’s 100th season


Former NFL Player Steve Gleason Award Golde Medal

Former NFL player Steve Gleason was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal yesterday, the highest civilian honor given by Congress, for his work as an advocate for those with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). The 42-year-old, who was diagnosed in 2011, has led efforts with his Team Gleason foundation to develop and provide technology to help ALS patients live longer, better lives. Congress passed the Gleason Act in 2018 to provide funding to help patients get those devices. Gleason played for New Orleans from 2000 to 2006.


O'Dell Beckham Gives LSU Players Cash

LSU acknowledged Wednesday that Cleveland Browns star and LSU football alum O'Dell Beckham Jr. gave several players cash after the team won the College Football Playoff National Championship Monday.

Beckham was seen on video slapping cash into the hands of two players, and quarterback Joe Burrow said on the ‘Pardon My Take’ podcast he got cash too. The incident could be a violation of NCAA rules. LSU officials said, "We were in contact with the NCAA and the SEC immediately upon learning of this situation in which some of our student-athletes may have been placed in a compromising position. We are working . . . to rectify [it]." some of our student-athletes may have been placed in a compromising position. We are working . . . to rectify [it]."



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