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It’s Time to Hold the NFL and Its’ Players Accountable

It’s Time to Hold the NFL and Its’ Players Accountable

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

March 17, 2019


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The NFL continues to mishandle how many games players should be suspended for putting their hands on women.

Free Agency Fever is Finally Over

Free Agency Fever is Finally Over

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

March 3, 2019


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It took much longer than anyone expected but we finally know where Bryce Harper and Manny Machado will be playing.

Why Zion Quitting on Duke Would be a Bad Idea

Why Zion Quitting on Duke Would be a Bad Idea

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

February 24, 2019


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It would be a bad look for college basketball and Zion Williamson if he sat out the rest of the season.

Why Kaepernick’s Settlement With the NFL Is a Major Victory

Why Kaepernick’s Settlement With the NFL Is a Major Victory

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

February 17, 2019


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Colin Kaepernick has a major victory over the NFL after agreeing on a settlement to end his Collusion Case.

The Tales of the Kardashian Curse

The Tales of the Kardashian Curse

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

February 10, 2019


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We have seen many athletes over the years on different media outlets dating different celebrities from time to time and it doesn’t seem to bring out much of a reaction from people. However, the one family of celebrities that always seem to draw the attention of people when it is in the news they...

Knicks Trade Porzingis in Hopes for a Big Off-Season

Knicks Trade Porzingis in Hopes for a Big Off-Season

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

February 3, 2019


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The New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks made a blockbuster trade that sends shock waves across the league.

Mariano Rivera Elected Unanimously to the Baseball Hall of Fame

Mariano Rivera Elected Unanimously to the Baseball Hall of Fame

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

January 27, 2019


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Mariano Rivera, baseball's first ever unanimous Hall of Famer, proves that being a competitor takes skill off the field, too.

Boston’s Sports Dominance

Boston’s Sports Dominance

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 30, 2018


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For years New York used to have the teams bringing in championships and others were looking up to us wondering how to replicate it, but times have changed and now most New York teams know the season is over for them midway through. What makes things worse for fans of New York sports teams is that the city that seems to be going through their golden age in sports right now is Boston. In all four major spo...

Heading in the Right Direction

Heading in the Right Direction

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 21, 2018


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As Basketball season starts up again there is a lot of intrigue and interesting storylines around the league. LeBron starts his Lakers career, the Warriors look to win their third straight championship, and the Celtics are in the beginning of what looks to be the next Celtics dynasty. What the NBA...

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Do the Giants Regret Drafting Barkley over Darnold?

Ellis Joshua, Impact Staff

October 14, 2018


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It’s been a rough first six weeks for the New York Giants. They are now in last place in the entire league with a record of 1-5 after getting crushed by the Philadelphia Eagles and over the last two seasons only the Cleveland Browns have a worse record than the Giants. To make matters worse, they...

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