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Owner of the Indianapolis Colts has been arrested on four felony counts.

http://www.knockouts2sleep.com Colts owner Jim Irsay Arrested.Colts owner Jim Irsay faces four felony counts of possession of a controlled substance after being arrested late Sunday on suspicion of intoxicated driving.

Irsay, who also faces a preliminary misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated, was arrested in the northern Indianapolis suburb of Carmel, according to the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.The 54-year-old Irsay was released Monday afternoon, and his initial court appearance is March 26. Police say Irsay failed several roadside field sobriety tests before he was arrested and that they found multiple prescription drugs inside his vehicle.

After news broke of the arrest, a source close to the situation told ESPN.com that Irsay “needs help.”

The source also said that there are “fingers crossed” that the incident is a “wake-up call” for Irsay, who acknowledged in 2002 that he had become dependent on painkillers after several orthopedic operations but said he had overcome the problem after undergoing treatment.

If convicted on the felony charges, Irsay could face of six months to three years in prison on each count. So-called Schedule IV drugs such as those with which Irsay was allegedly caught include drugs such as Xanax, Darvocet and Ambien, with a low risk for abuse or dependency, according to the Drug Enforcement Agency.

While searching Irsay’s vehicle, “multiple prescription drugs were discovered in pill bottles. These Schedule IV prescription drugs were not associated with any prescription bottles found in the vehicle,” according to policeThe Colts released a statement late Monday morning to address the incident.

"We are gathering information at this time regarding last night’s incident involving Jim Irsay," the statement said. "The team will issue additional statements when the facts are sorted and we are aware of the next steps to this process. Many fans have reached out to express their concern and we appreciate their support."

Irsay, who frequently interacts with fans on Twitter, wrote in an October tweet that, “I don’t drink…haven’t in over 15 years.” He will be subject to league discipline under the NFL’s personal conduct policy, which applies to all personnel.

The case has some similarities with that of Detroit Lions president Tom Lewand, who was suspended for 30 days and fined $100,000 in 2010 for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy following his guilty plea to driving while impaired.

Irsay, who lives in Carmel, became the Colts’ owner in 1997 after the death of his father, Robert Irsay, and a lengthy legal battle with his father’s second wife. He is the seventh Colts player or official to be arrested since January 2010.

Forbes magazine estimated Irsay’s net worth at $1.6 billion. His wife of 33 years, Meg Irsay, filed for divorce in November, citing an “irretrievable breakdown” of the marriage.

A joint statement issued by the couple said Jim Irsay would retain full ownership of the Colts and his other business interests. The couple, who married in 1980, have been separated for a decade and are the parents of three adult daughters.

Irsay was a key supporter in the drive to bring the Super Bowl to Indianapolis two years ago and he helped build the Colts into an AFC power over the past decade behind quarterback Peyton Manning, now with Denver.

When the Colts were forced into rebuilding mode, Irsay painfully parted with Manning and other veterans, but put together another winning team behind young quarterback Andrew Luck and others.

17 03/14
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17 03/14
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16 03/14
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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Malcolm Brogdon scored 23 points and No. 6 Virginia claimed its first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title since 1976 by beating No. 7 Duke 72-63 on Sunday.
They shot 45 percent, pestered the Blue Devils into 38 percent shooting and used a late 12-3 run to pull away and claim the second ACC tournament title in school history.

Jabari Parker scored 23 points on 9-of-24 shooting for the third-seeded Blue Devils (26-8), who were making their 31st appearance in the championship game but were denied their ACC-record 20th title.

Anthony Gill added 12 points and was 10 of 17 from the free-throw line for Virginia. Duke as a team was just 7 of 11 from the line.

The Cavaliers came to Greensboro off of their first outright regular-season title since 1981, and were trying to do something not even Ralph Sampson could do.

It had been a long time — 38 years — since Wally Walker led Virginia to its only previous ACC tournament title.

Now that trophy will have some company.

With its “pack line” defense clicking and holding Duke 13 points below its scoring average, Virginia was in control for most of the day, yet could never get any separation until the final 2½ minutes.

Akil Mitchell hit a shot to make it 61-57, then stripped Parker at the other end to set up Harris’ wide-open 3 in transition that extended the lead to seven and had Duke’s Rodney Hood fuming.

Harris gave Duke a final chance when he rushed up a shot and Quinn Cook countered with a 3 with 1½ minutes left to pull the Blue Devils back within four.

Brogdon then drove through the Duke defense for a momentum-shifting layup that made it 66-60 with just over a minute to play and caused Duke assistant Jeff Capel to tellingly slump back on the bench in exasperation.

Cook missed a short jumper before Brogdon hit six of eight free throws in the final minute to help the Cavaliers pull away.

Hood finished with 13 points on 4-of-12 shooting and Amile Jefferson added 11 for Duke.

This was a one-possession game throughout the second half until Mitchell’s tip-in with 5:10 left pushed Virginia’s lead to 57-53.

Parker missed three shots on Duke’s next possession, then picked up his fourth foul with 3:53 left and Gill hit two free throws to put the Cavaliers up by six.

Virginia was one of the few opponents which found a way to slow Parker, holding him to eight points on 3-of-11 shooting in the regular-season meeting — a four-point Duke win that came down to the final seconds.

With Mitchell keying the defensive effort on him, Parker was just 2 of 10 in the first half.

Then he got hot midway through the second half and single-handedly kept Duke in the game, reeling off seven straight points for his team in a 90-second span.

He went coast-to-coast and threw down a one-handed dunk on London Perrantes, hit a 3-pointer from the wing to briefly give Duke a one-point lead and added a jumper off a spin move with 8½ minutes remaining.

Mitchell finished with 15 rebounds for Virginia, which led 28-25 at the end of a physical, intense first half notable for its low shooting percentages — and a technical foul on Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski.

Official Jamie Luckie hit Coach K with a T with 2:07 left in the half when Krzyzewski, with his back to the court, tossed his dry-erase marker toward his bench while coming out of a timeout.

There were plenty of reasons for Duke to be frustrated, yet the Blue Devils managed to keep themselves in the game despite a rough first half from its two best players: Parker and Hood were a combined 4 of 18 from the field.

Parker hit a point-blank shot while falling down with just under 16 minutes left to put Duke up 34-33 — its first lead since the opening minute.

Brogdon snatched the lead right back with a jumper on Virginia’s next trip down the court, and it stayed tight the rest of the way until the Cavaliers’ late surge.
Tournament MVP Joe Harris added 15 points and hit the backbreaking 3-pointer with just under 2 minutes remaining for the top-seeded Cavaliers (28-6).

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Malcolm Brogdon scored 23 points and No. 6 Virginia claimed its first Atlantic Coast Conference tournament title since 1976 by beating No. 7 Duke 72-63 on Sunday.

They shot 45 percent, pestered the Blue Devils into 38 percent shooting and used a late 12-3 run to pull away and claim the second ACC tournament title in school history.

Jabari Parker scored 23 points on 9-of-24 shooting for the third-seeded Blue Devils (26-8), who were making their 31st appearance in the championship game but were denied their ACC-record 20th title.

Anthony Gill added 12 points and was 10 of 17 from the free-throw line for Virginia. Duke as a team was just 7 of 11 from the line.

The Cavaliers came to Greensboro off of their first outright regular-season title since 1981, and were trying to do something not even Ralph Sampson could do.

It had been a long time — 38 years — since Wally Walker led Virginia to its only previous ACC tournament title.

Now that trophy will have some company.

With its “pack line” defense clicking and holding Duke 13 points below its scoring average, Virginia was in control for most of the day, yet could never get any separation until the final 2½ minutes.

Akil Mitchell hit a shot to make it 61-57, then stripped Parker at the other end to set up Harris’ wide-open 3 in transition that extended the lead to seven and had Duke’s Rodney Hood fuming.

Harris gave Duke a final chance when he rushed up a shot and Quinn Cook countered with a 3 with 1½ minutes left to pull the Blue Devils back within four.

Brogdon then drove through the Duke defense for a momentum-shifting layup that made it 66-60 with just over a minute to play and caused Duke assistant Jeff Capel to tellingly slump back on the bench in exasperation.

Cook missed a short jumper before Brogdon hit six of eight free throws in the final minute to help the Cavaliers pull away.

Hood finished with 13 points on 4-of-12 shooting and Amile Jefferson added 11 for Duke.

This was a one-possession game throughout the second half until Mitchell’s tip-in with 5:10 left pushed Virginia’s lead to 57-53.

Parker missed three shots on Duke’s next possession, then picked up his fourth foul with 3:53 left and Gill hit two free throws to put the Cavaliers up by six.

Virginia was one of the few opponents which found a way to slow Parker, holding him to eight points on 3-of-11 shooting in the regular-season meeting — a four-point Duke win that came down to the final seconds.

With Mitchell keying the defensive effort on him, Parker was just 2 of 10 in the first half.

Then he got hot midway through the second half and single-handedly kept Duke in the game, reeling off seven straight points for his team in a 90-second span.

He went coast-to-coast and threw down a one-handed dunk on London Perrantes, hit a 3-pointer from the wing to briefly give Duke a one-point lead and added a jumper off a spin move with 8½ minutes remaining.

Mitchell finished with 15 rebounds for Virginia, which led 28-25 at the end of a physical, intense first half notable for its low shooting percentages — and a technical foul on Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski.

Official Jamie Luckie hit Coach K with a T with 2:07 left in the half when Krzyzewski, with his back to the court, tossed his dry-erase marker toward his bench while coming out of a timeout.

There were plenty of reasons for Duke to be frustrated, yet the Blue Devils managed to keep themselves in the game despite a rough first half from its two best players: Parker and Hood were a combined 4 of 18 from the field.

Parker hit a point-blank shot while falling down with just under 16 minutes left to put Duke up 34-33 — its first lead since the opening minute.

Brogdon snatched the lead right back with a jumper on Virginia’s next trip down the court, and it stayed tight the rest of the way until the Cavaliers’ late surge.

Tournament MVP Joe Harris added 15 points and hit the backbreaking 3-pointer with just under 2 minutes remaining for the top-seeded Cavaliers (28-6).

16 03/14
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15 03/14

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CANELO KILLS
Canelo Alvarez came out faster than normal and put an immediate beatdown on Alfredo Angulo tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, continuing a torrid pace that included plenty of shots punishing Angulo to the body and rattling his head around. By round 10 of the one-sided affair, referee Tony Weeks had seen enough, and stopped the bout after Canelo landed a brutal left uppercut that snapped Angulo’s head back for what seemed like the millionth time.
Immediately, there was controversy. Let’s be clear: the fight was not close, and the idea that Angulo (22-4, 18 KO) was coming on strong is more theoretical than anything. He’d been beaten up again in round nine after seeming to come alive a bit in the seventh and eighth rounds, and the thought that Canelo was or might have been fading is just not compelling enough evidence that this fight needed to continue.
Some will argue that the timing was odd, but that’s semantics. He got cracked and stunned yet again. Angulo is very tough and doesn’t go down easily. Tony Weeks knows that. Also, Weeks was in the ring the entire night, not just seeing but hearing the shots and the fighter’s reactions to those shots. Tony Weeks is a very good referee. As the NSAC chairman said after the fight, he had consulted with the doctor throughout the bout. It was not an out of nowhere stoppage. Angulo had taken a brutal amount of punishment. We were at a point where his corner had been told that the fight might get stopped, and trainer Virgil Hunter had even told Angulo (and Weeks, he says) that he would stop it going into the 10th round if things didn’t improve.
The stoppage was just. It’s hard to go from a situation like we saw with Magomed Abdusalamov recently, where people are largely outraged or at least deeply concerned that the fight was not stopped, to this, where a guy is taking an enormous beating but not going down, and when the fight is stopped by a referee trying to protect the fight, there is outrage over that, too.
Alvarez (43-1-1, 31 KO) put in a class performance tonight, savaging Angulo to the head and body, basically daring him to open up for any offense so that he could whack him around some more. He punched well in combination, moved around the ring nicely, mostly kept it in the middle of the squared circle, and out-and-out physically dominated Alfredo Angulo. Many felt Angulo didn’t look “right” — but that might have had something to do with Alvarez jumping all over him in round number one, too. Angulo never had a chance to look like Angulo. Alvarez took steam away from him right away.
What did you think of Alvarez’s performance tonight, and where does Angulo go from here after getting so dominated?

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CANELO KILLS

Canelo Alvarez came out faster than normal and put an immediate beatdown on Alfredo Angulo tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, continuing a torrid pace that included plenty of shots punishing Angulo to the body and rattling his head around. By round 10 of the one-sided affair, referee Tony Weeks had seen enough, and stopped the bout after Canelo landed a brutal left uppercut that snapped Angulo’s head back for what seemed like the millionth time.

Immediately, there was controversy. Let’s be clear: the fight was not close, and the idea that Angulo (22-4, 18 KO) was coming on strong is more theoretical than anything. He’d been beaten up again in round nine after seeming to come alive a bit in the seventh and eighth rounds, and the thought that Canelo was or might have been fading is just not compelling enough evidence that this fight needed to continue.

Some will argue that the timing was odd, but that’s semantics. He got cracked and stunned yet again. Angulo is very tough and doesn’t go down easily. Tony Weeks knows that. Also, Weeks was in the ring the entire night, not just seeing but hearing the shots and the fighter’s reactions to those shots. Tony Weeks is a very good referee. As the NSAC chairman said after the fight, he had consulted with the doctor throughout the bout. It was not an out of nowhere stoppage. Angulo had taken a brutal amount of punishment. We were at a point where his corner had been told that the fight might get stopped, and trainer Virgil Hunter had even told Angulo (and Weeks, he says) that he would stop it going into the 10th round if things didn’t improve.

The stoppage was just. It’s hard to go from a situation like we saw with Magomed Abdusalamov recently, where people are largely outraged or at least deeply concerned that the fight was not stopped, to this, where a guy is taking an enormous beating but not going down, and when the fight is stopped by a referee trying to protect the fight, there is outrage over that, too.

Alvarez (43-1-1, 31 KO) put in a class performance tonight, savaging Angulo to the head and body, basically daring him to open up for any offense so that he could whack him around some more. He punched well in combination, moved around the ring nicely, mostly kept it in the middle of the squared circle, and out-and-out physically dominated Alfredo Angulo. Many felt Angulo didn’t look “right” — but that might have had something to do with Alvarez jumping all over him in round number one, too. Angulo never had a chance to look like Angulo. Alvarez took steam away from him right away.

What did you think of Alvarez’s performance tonight, and where does Angulo go from here after getting so dominated?

15 03/14

Samuel L Jackson fights with News Anchor

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12 03/14
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10 03/14
The #yesmovement
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10 03/14
 Bengals Star DUMP ETIQUETTE Don’t Crap Until AFTER the Maid Leaves

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10 03/14
Jared Allen is now a free agent
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Jared Allen is now a free agent

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10 03/14

Justin Bieber is a loser!!!!!!!!!!! What a punk!  Id smash his face.

10 03/14