"Happy Father's Day, daddy. I'm still your buckaroo, and to this day your hugs are still the very best in the whole wide world," the star wrote on Instagram in 2016 - sharing a throwback snap of her with her father when she was a baby. … [Read more...] about Who is Thomas Markle and when was Meghan’s dad married to Doria Ragland?
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The coach, Alan Beck, claims his Achilles tendon was torn when he was struck by a batting helmet thrown by the 14-year-old Granite Bay youth during a victory celebration, report the Sacramento Bee and ABC News 10. Beck says he has fielded crank calls, some threatening, since he filed his $500,000 claim. … [Read more...] about Little League coach who sued player over torn tendon says he will drop suit after an apology
In a league where more than 200 players once took some sort of action to protest police brutality and social injustice in America during the anthem, The Associated Press counted fewer than 10 across the league who did so on the NFL’s opening Sunday. Only two of them — Albert Wilson and Kenny Stills of the Dolphins — kneeled while the “Star-Spangled Banner” played. … [Read more...] about Only a handful take action during national anthem on NFL’s 1st Sunday
“It’s just reacting,’’ he said. I [haven’t] been in front of defensive guys or just going play-by-play in eight months. I haven’t had on pads or a helmet in a while, so that’s kind of the part I’m talking about.’’ … [Read more...] about Patriots will have bigger presence at receiver in 2019
The plight of the NFL cheerleader first drew national attention in January 2014, when a group of cheerleaders “independently contracting” with the Oakland Raiders football franchise brought a class action lawsuit against the team. The Raiderettes alleged the team contracted to pay each cheerleader a flat fee of $125.00 per home game regardless of the number of hours spent preparing for the game or performing during the game. The Raiderettes estimated that they were paid an amount less than $5.00 per hour taking into account practice, rehearsals, game day performances, and appearances at other events. The California minimum wage in 2014 was $8.00 per hour, well above the estimated amount of hourly compensation the Raiderettes received. The Raiders and the class of Raiderettes who brought the lawsuit settled earlier this year for $1.25 million. The Raiders are not the only NFL franchise to have recently been sued by cheerleaders … [Read more...] about Reasons To Cheer – California Governor Signs Bill Requiring Professional Sports Franchises To Classify Cheerleaders As Employees