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Now THAT'S a great way of handling being the highest paid NFL player of all time!
Drew Brees, quarterback for the Saints, is donating a million bucks to Sandy relief effort. He knows all to well about being in a city that has been devastated by weather.
Maybe there IS a higher power!!
It's true, you guys: there's a Nutella food truck, and it's touring across the country. You know, to deliver that heavenly goodness right into your mouth!
Most importantly though, they're giving our FREE SAMPLES:
"Up to 5,000 13 oz. jars while supplies last."
The truck is currently in New York City. It also plans to hit
Today is going to be a very important day for Lance Armstrong: he is taking his case before a federal judge to see if he can't stop charges by U.S. anti-doping officials.
He's being accused of using steroids and blood boosters to win the Tour de France from 1999 to 2005 — and being the mastermind behind a complex doping scheme on his teams.
We don't really buy it. If it's true, one of the biggest heroes of cycling will have all been a lie.
Plus, if he's guilty, he'll be stripped of his titles and banned from the sport forever.
All these accusations have of course made Lance take up arms, and argue the USADA's investigation and arbitration process are unfair and violate his constitutional right to due process — and claims the International Cycling Union, the sport's governing body, should have jurisdiction and the union has come to his defense.
If the judge throws out his lawsuit, he can appeal to the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court.
Or, you know, take his case to arbitration under USADA rules or quit the fight and accept sanctions.
The judge won't be ruling on the evidence, just what the due process should be.
We'll be finding out what happens shortly!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
2,000 professional football players have joined in a lawsuit against the NFL for failing to give players adequate information about concussions and have cited the Saints' bounty controversy as an example.
Now three New Orleans players closely associated with the controversy are suing the league because