Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are irritated with the Joe Flacco banners the NFL is using at Mile High stadium to promote the Ravens-Broncos game. 

 

A Cowboys exec says Dallas has the "secret sauce" for victory. Apparently it's gone bad.

 

The San Diego Padres released Edison Volquez.

 

Eddie Lacy will take on a bigger role in Green Bay's running game.

 

The Minnesota Timberwolves are set to hire former Wizards GM Milt Newton.

 

The Blue Jays ruled Josh Johnson out for the year.

 

The Philadelphia 76ers signed three former first-round picks in the hopes of jump-starting their careers: Royce White, James Anderson and Tony Wroten.

 

Nike unveiled the LeBron XI.

 

T-Mac thanked his fans via Twitter.

 

Rudy Gay is working out with Hakeem.

Morgan Freeman recites the dictionary definition of Twerking.

 

 

Facebook spammers make over $200 million per year.

 

Charles Pierce says we have become a nation of suspects.

 

Experts who were in favor of the Iraq war support Syrian intervention while those who opposed the Iraq war and dealt with the reconstruction are a lot more hesitant. 

 

Cory Booker fires back at critics accusing him of schmoozing for money in NYC.

 

Iran may sue the United States for their admitted role in the 1953 coup.

 

The TV series Luther starring Idris Elba may soon become a movie.

 

Complex managed to track down No I.D. to discuss Big Sean's "Control" as well as the influential Rick Rubin.

 

Justin Timberlake hung out with Sway for nearly half an hour to discuss his upcoming album and the VMAs.

 

Big KRIT released the full version of his track with Future, "Just Last Week."

 

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