Jerry Jones, the NFL's most outspoken troll, just wants to watch the world burn.
After weeks of talk and escalation, the Cowboys' owner is ready to go to war with Roger Goodell and the league's other owners over Ezekiel Elliott's suspension.
According to an ESPN report, Jones threatened the commissioner on a conference call after Elliott's suspension was announced, saying, "I'm gonna come after you with everything I have. If you think (Patriots owner) Bob Kraft came after you hard, Bob Kraft is a p---y compared to what I'm going to do."
For weeks now, Jones has tried to disrupt talks of a contract extension for Goodell, promoted objectively bad pizza in the name of football, and landed himself in hot water with the other owners. So much so that there has reportedly been talk about removing Jones as the Cowboys' owner.
It's hard to pick a side here. Jones — the long-lost twin of Emperor Palpatine — and Goodell — a man with rulings more inconsistent than Pete Morelli. You don't really want to root for either of them, but it is fun to think about the extremely unlikely chance that Jones loses the Cowboys.
REEDS SPRING, Mo. (AP) — Texas Rangers pitcher Cole Hamels and his wife, Heidi, are donating a mansion and 100 acres of land in southwest Missouri to charity that provides camps for children with special needs and chronic illnesses and their siblings.
The 32,000-square foot home will be donated to Camp Barnabas.
The mansion and land is near Table Rock Lake near Reeds Springs. Heidi Hamels grew up in Buffalo, Missouri.
The Springfield News-Leader report s an attorney for the couple said they thought the mansion would be their dream home. But when Hamels was traded to the Rangers, they moved to Texas and never moved into the Missouri house.
Hamels said in a news release Friday that he and his wife wanted to help the charity make children’s dreams come true.
You can get a look at the mega-mansion right here.
Remeber the 2017 NBA Draft? Remember how the Philadelphia 76ers had the No. 1 overall pick in that draft?
It's easy to forget they selected one Markelle Fultz with the first pick. That's because Fultz has barely sniffed the court this season due to his shoulder issues.
But all reports point to Fultz finally feeling better, with no shoulder pain!
“He continues to focus on the PT and strength and conditioning aspect of the return. The good news is the soreness is completely gone and the muscle imbalance is gone," GM Bryan Colangelo said ten days ago.
So obviously the next big question is: when will we see Fultz on the court?!?
Well, wait no longer! Thanks to Fultz's social media account, we got a glimpse of the rookie throwing down a nice little dunk.
In more serious news, the NBA Twitter account shared an update on Fultz on Friday, showing him working hard to get ready for his return: