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If there's a story anywhere in the world of music, sports, or entertainment, Joey wants to tell it. He's been freelancing since 2010, and prior to that, he attended the University of Miami, where he double majored in broadcast journalism and sport administration. A Chicago native, Joey currently resides in Austin, TX. Follow him on Twitter and always feel free to suggest a song for his next karaoke performance. Joey's favorite billionaire is Mark Cuban.
Manny Machado Just Signed The Largest Free Agent Contract In North American Professional Sports History
Manny Machado, one of the hottest free agents this summer, has decided on where he'll sign. How much money will he make over the next decade?
The Knicks Are Paying Joakim Noah Nearly $38 Million To Not Play For Them, And Other Dead Money Contracts
Sometimes, an NBA team decides it needs to part ways with a player. But with guaranteed contracts, a team may end up paying millions to have a player not play for them. Here are some of our favorite dead money contracts in the league.
Kyler Murray is forfeiting most of his signing bonus and the contract he signed with the Oakland Athletics. But in just a few seasons, he could earn a lot more in the NFL.
Is Bill Belichick ready for a career in television? He could make a very lucrative salary if he makes the jump.
Anthony Davis has requested a trade – which means he's giving up a potential $240 million contract. But winning a championship is more important to him.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Rams owner Stan Kroenke are each billionaires, but they've taken vastly different paths to get here. And now their teams will meet in Super Bowl LIII.
Buffalo Wild Wings Is Giving Away Free Wings If The Super Bowl Goes To Overtime… How Much Would That Cost Them?
This Super Bowl, Buffalo Wild Wings is putting its "overtime button" to the ultimate test. And everyone in America could benefit.
The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are prepping for Super Bowl LIII – and the accomplishments of each coach couldn't be more different.
The Rams Offered More Than $300 Million In Contracts This Offseason – And It Might Win Them The Super Bowl
Thanks to an inexpensive option at quarterback and heavy spending elsewhere, the Los Angeles Rams are just one win away from a championship. Here's how they got there.