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12 months after a fireball crash at the Bahrain Grand Prix, F1 star Romain Grosjean displays horrific burns on his hand. ROMAN GROSJEAN has revealed the shocking scars on his hands that he sustained in his horrific Formula One crash a year ago. After crashing at 140 mph at last year’s Bahrain Grand Prix, the former Haas driver was engulfed in flames and retired at the end of the 2020 season. He miraculously jumped out of the car and escaped with only minor injuries to his hands. But they’re still there, and on 2016 Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg’s…

For Thursday Night’s Game, The Saints Make A Quarterback Decision Sean Payton, the Saints’ head coach, hasn’t said who will start at quarterback against the Cowboys on Thursday night. According to ESPN’s Mike Triplett, Taysom Hill will get a chance to lead the first-team offense. On Wednesday afternoon, Triplett tweeted, “Can confirm, per source, that Taysom Hill will start for the Saints at QB on Thursday night.” Hill has been a full participant in every practice this week, indicating that his recovery from a torn plantar fascia is progressing. With Trevor Siemian at the helm, the Saints’ offense has struggled,…

On Thursday, the Cowboys will be without six of their coaches. When the Dallas Cowboys hosted the Las Vegas Raiders at The Star on Thanksgiving, they were shorthanded. This week, the NFC East leaders will face the New Orleans Saints on the road. According to Jon Machota of The Athletic, the Cowboys will be without six different coaches for Thursday’s game in New Orleans due to COVID-19 issues. Mike McCarthy, the team’s head coach, is the most notable absentee, having tested positive for the virus earlier this week. But he isn’t the only one who will be absent from the…

On Wednesday, the Ravens received some encouraging news during practice. Calais Campbell, a defensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens, could return this week after missing last Sunday’s game with a concussion. Campbell is still in concussion protocol, but he returned to practice on Wednesday. Before going inside, he was able to take part in warmups. Campbell’s progress has been described as “very encouraging” by Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, who cautioned that the team will “just see where it goes.” On Wednesday, the Ravens received some encouraging news at practice. wpcc-script async src=”//www.instagram.com/embed.js”] Ravens Got Promising News At Practice On…

Bill Belichick expresses his displeasure with Josh Allen. The Buffalo Bills appeared to be on their way to a dominant AFC East title just a few weeks ago. The New England Patriots, on the other hand, are on a six-game winning streak that has altered the landscape of the AFC. The Bills and Patriots will compete for the AFC East lead in just a few days. Before the game, Bill Belichick, the head coach of the Patriots, was asked about Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Belichick heaped praise on Allen, calling his progress “tremendous” since his arrival in the league. “His…

An offensive lineman for the Buccaneers has been placed on the injured reserve list. The Buccaneers got some good news about starting offensive lineman Ali Marpet. Marpet has been out with an injury, but he appears to be ready to return. That news comes at a crucial time for the Buccaneers, as one of Marpet’s replacements, Aaron Stinnie, has also been injured. Stinnie was placed on injured reserve by the Buccaneers earlier this afternoon. Stinnie suffered a knee injury against the Indianapolis Colts, according to the team’s statement. “The Buccaneers placed guard Aaron Stinnie on injured reserve on Wednesday due…

On Tuesday night, Charles Barkley wouldn’t say a single word. On Tuesday night’s episode of TNT’s “Inside the NBA,” Hall-of-Famer Charles Barkley took on Kenny Smith in the “Whisper Challenge.” “The Jet” tried to persuade Barkley to say “Roll Tide,” but the Tigers alum refused. On Tuesday night, Charles Barkley refused to say two words. charset=”utf-8″ wpcc-script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” wpcc-script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” wpcc-script async src=”https

Anthony Joshua, like Wladimir Klitschko, can resurrect his career by relocating his training camp to the United States, according to the Ukrainian’s manager. ANTHONY JOSHUA, like Wladimir Klitschko, can resurrect his career by moving his training camp to America. That is the expert opinion of Klitschko’s former manager Bernd Bonte, who was instrumental in putting together the heavyweight and legendary coach Emanuel Steward. After losses to Ross Puritty, Corrie Sanders, and Lamon Brewster, the Ukrainian appeared to be down and out. Steward, however, guided Klitschko to a nine-year reign in the blue ribband division under his tutelage at Detroit’s famous…

The NFL World Reacts To Alvin Kamara’s News From Wednesday The New Orleans Saints have lost their last four games in a row. The fact that Alvin Kamara has been out for the majority of that time isn’t a coincidence. Kamara sprained his MCL against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 9. The All-Pro running back was expected to return soon, but his recovery took a turn for the worse. This week, Kamara has been a limited participant in every practice session, indicating that he’s on the mend. His status for this week’s game against the Dallas Cowboys was listed as…

Tom Brady Discusses Gisele’s Attitude Towards Her Son’s Football Career Given what we now know about the long-term health risks of football, there is a growing divide among parents about whether or not to allow their children to participate. The debate has even reached Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele, at their dinner table. In a recent interview, Brady expressed his desire to see his oldest son, Jack, play quarterback for his alma mater, Michigan. Gisele, on the other hand, does not seem to share her husband’s passion. Gisele would prefer Jack to “do what he wants” and not play…

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