The friend confided to People Magazine:
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This is one of those things everyone knows could happen, but you never really expect to see.
It's always so impressive to see cheerleaders flinging each other high into the air, but what goes up must come down and sometimes you come down HARD.
In a scary incident during the Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans game this weekend, an unnamed Ravens cheerleader was seriously injured!
She was apparently thrown up into the air during a routine and instead of being caught, was dropped by her teammates!! Oh no!!
She landed on her head and neck!!
Have you heard about Devon Still and his incredible daughter Leah??
Leah has been battling Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a cancer that usually affects young children.
Their saga started when the Cincinnati Bengals cut Devon Still from their team. He just couldn't give 110% with his daughter being so sick.
So the team did something incredible, they gave a sh*t and signed him to the practice squad so he could still collect a paycheck and afford his daughter's treatments!
Devon finally got the chance to hit the field and play a real game… in front of his daughter!!
Just days after Adrian Peterson avoided jail time in his child abuse case, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has to immediately switch his attention over to another ugly scandal.
The commish made his way to a New York courtroom yesterday where he testified and was cross examined in Ray Rice's hearing to appeal his indefinite suspension from the league.
The hearing stems from the footballer's suspension that took place nearly two months ago after footage showed him punching his now wife Janay Rice in an elevator, knocking her unconscious.
Molly Shattuck, a former NFL cheerleader, has been indicted for raping a 15-year-old boy.
The 47-year-old, who was a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens in 2005, 'spotted' her victim on Instagram and allegedly began seducing him from there.
It started when she contacted the boy and eventually met with him in the back seat of her car in a middle school parking lot.
It looks like NFL running back Adrian Peterson will NOT have to worry about spending any time behind bars as he has struck up a plea agreement that will allow him to avoid jail completely.
The Minnesota Viking was originally indicted on felony charges of injuring a child after he used wooden "switch," or stick, to hit his 4-year-old son as a form of discipline, leaving him with cuts and bruises on his legs, buttocks, and testicles.
Despite some speculation that he might face possible jail time, Adrian and his legal team managed to put together a deal in which he pleaded no contest to much lesser misdemeanor charge of reckless assault.
Feats of brute strength — that's what we like around these parts!
Despite punters in the NFL getting a reputation for being wimpy, New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford is the exact opposite.
The tanned athlete showed off his muscles by going shirtless while bench pressing ESPN's Rick Reilly! That's right, an entire human!