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Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy is on a paid leave of absence tied to his pending appeal of a guilty verdict in a domestic violence case, and Chris Fialko, Hardy’s attorney, was initially pushing for the trial to be delayed into 2015. Now, for Hardy to have a chance to play in 2014, he needs the trial to go forward.

There have been very few days since late March when Carolina panthers quarterback Cam Newton has not had to receive treatment for one of his ailments. And there probably won’t be any soon.

Now that the Greg Hardy issue has been resolved, at least temporarily, we can try something new – football.

After last week’s 24-7 win against the Lions, Carolina’s backup quarterback tweeted to Panthers fans that if they’re going to sell their tickets to Sunday night’s game against Pittsburgh, “please don’t sell them to a Steelers fan.”

League rolls out their latest fashion for women as it tries to overcome criticism over players and violence against women.

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Scott Says...

    Love to know who made the call to deactivate Greg Hardy today. Love to know when he made it. ...

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