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Former Packers cheerleader takes on Facebook cyberbullying

Former Packers cheerleader takes on Facebook cyberbullying

yahoo.com Updated Feb 7, 2013
As amazing as the Internet is - it's why we have this job, and why you're reading this article, after all - every so often we're reminded that sometimes all it does is give people the opportunity to be idiots on a worldwide scale. Kaitlyn Collins is a
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  • Video - Cold Hard Facts 01:27

    Cold Hard Facts

    Feb 7
    Darren Woodson shares his thoughts on who should be the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL and which player is worth the most.
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    Best Rivalry In Sports?

    Feb 7
    "SportsCenter" debates the best rivalry in sports.
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    Buster Blog: MLB's PED Issue In Union's Hands

    Feb 7
    Buster Olney blogs about Major League Baseball's ongoing problem with performance-enhancing drugs.

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Williams, Titans may be the best thing for each other

    Feb 7
    To paint Tennessee's hiring of well-known NFL pariah Gregg Williams on Thursday as nothing more than an act of desperation is not a totally baseless characterization. For either Titans head coach Mike Munchak or Williams himself.
  • Don Banks: Taking a second look at 2012 NFL Draft's first round

    Feb 7
    With the Super Bowl in the books, we can now stand clear enough to view the NFL's 2012 season through the prism of history, all 267 games worth (256 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs). Before looking ahead to 2013, let's look back one last ti…
  • Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors talking Carlos Boozer-Andrea Bargnani swap,…

    Feb 7
    The Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors have engaged in exploratory trade discussions on a deal that would swap the Bulls' Carlos Boozer for the Raptors' Andrea Bargnani, according to sources familiar with the discussions.