Michael Robinson To Pro Bowl

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Michael Robinson To Pro Bowl: Michael Robinson, the 28-year-old football player for Seattle Seahawk recently has been moved to NFC Pro Bowl roster. His moving was done due to the fact the John Kuhn, the best player of Pro Bowl, cannot play in this season because of his knee injury. That is when Michael Robinson was considered to be able to replace Kuhn and play with Lynch as a team in Pro Bowl. Kuhn’s injury that made him replaced by Michael Robinson happened in last Sunday in divisional playoffs.

Michael Robinson with Seattle Seahawk
When he was in Seattle Seahawks in the second season, Michael Robinson managed to have 4 carriers for 7 yards. He also managed to catch 9 passes for seventy four yards and even a touchdown. This achievement makes Michael Robinson deserve the best place in Pro Bowl matched with Marshawn Lynch and both they will strengthen the NFC Pro Bowl. He also managed to make Seattle Seahawk beat Philadelphia Eagles on last December 1 by his 4 receptions for forty one yards. Continue Reading…

Former Penn State Coach Joe Paterno Dead At 85

Former Penn State Coach Joe Paterno Dead At 85: Happy Valley was perfect for Joe Paterno, a place where “JoePa” knew best, where he not only won more football games than any other major college coach, but won them the right way: with integrity and sportsmanship. A place where character came first, championships second.

Behind it all, however, was an ugly secret that ran counter to everything the revered coach stood for.

Paterno, a sainted figure at Penn State for almost half a century but scarred forever by the child sex abuse scandal that brought his career to a stunning end, died Sunday at age 85.

His death came just over two months after his son Scott announced on Nov. 18 that his father had been diagnosed with a treatable form of lung cancer. The cancer was found during a follow-up visit for a bronchial illness. A few weeks later, Paterno broke his pelvis after a fall but did not need surgery.

Paterno had been in the hospital since Jan. 13 for observation after what his family called minor complications from his cancer treatments. Not long before that, he conducted his only interview since losing his job, with The Washington Post. Paterno was described as frail then, speaking mostly in a whisper and wearing a wig. The second half of the two-day interview was conducted at his bedside.

His family released a statement Sunday morning to announce his death: “His loss leaves a void in our lives that will never be filled.”

“He died as he lived,” the statement said. “He fought hard until the end, stayed positive, thought only of others and constantly reminded everyone of how blessed his life had been. His ambitions were far reaching, but he never believed he had to leave this Happy Valley to achieve them. He was a man devoted to his family, his university, his players and his community.”  Continue Reading…

Joe Paterno In Serious Condition

Joe Paterno In Serious Condition: Joe Paterno’s doctors say the former Penn State coach’s condition has become “serious” after he experienced complications from lung cancer in recent days.

The winningest major college football coach of all time, Paterno was diagnosed shortly after Penn State’s Board of Trustees ousted him Nov. 9 in the aftermath of the child sex abuse charges against former assistant Jerry Sandusky. Paterno’s been getting treatment since, and his health problems were worsened when he broke his pelvis — an injury that first cropped up when he was accidentally hit in preseason practice last year.

“Over the last few days Joe Paterno has experienced further health complications,” family spokesman Dan McGinn said in a brief statement Saturday to The Associated Press. “His doctors have now characterized his status as serious.

“His family will have no comment on the situation and asks that their privacy be respected during this difficult time,” he said.

Paterno’s sons Scott and Jay both took to Twitter Saturday night to refute reports that their father had died. Continue Reading…

John Edwards To Undergo Heart Surgery

John Edwards To Undergo Heart Surgery: John Edwards is battling a life-threatening heart condition that will require surgery next month and delay his criminal trial again, a court heard today.

The 58-year-old former Democratic presidential candidate is facing trial inNorth Carolinafor allegedly abusing $1million of campaign finances.

But Judge Catherine Eagles delayed the trial until at least March 26 and said he should avoid driving and travel – including to court proceedings.

Edwards walked into the courtroom inGreensborowithout assistance and appeared healthy. Judge Eagles had requested that he be there.

His cardiologist wrote two letters to Judge Eagles but no details were revealed about what sort of surgery or what illness Edwards may have. Continue Reading…

Penn State Hires Bill O’Brien as Football Coach

Penn State Hires Bill O’Brien as Football Coach: Penn State coach Joe Paterno Bill O’Brien, diverse strong times at a more than a delight to take out of the area were planned.

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