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A Sports Illustrated reporter sends out a tweet that women's sports are not worth watching. Sean Combs (AKA Puff Daddy) assaults his sons football coach. Pete Rose looks a little bit worse.

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Dopey Sports Illustrated Writer: Women's Sports Aren't Worth Watching
Andy Benoit covers the NFL for Sports Illustrated and regularly heads up pro football analysis for MMQB. He also has no time for your stupid Women’s World Cup, or women’s sports in general.

UCLA police arrest Sean Combs (updated) | UCLA
Shortly after 12:30 p.m. today, Sean Combs (also known as Diddy) was arrested at UCLA’s Acosta Athletic Training Complex on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon, which was a kettlebell. No one was seriously injured and UCPD is investigating. Combs is expected to be transported to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Inmate Reception Center later this evening.

Long-Lost Notebook Shows Pete Rose Bet On Baseball As A Player
ESPN’s Outside the Lines has gotten its hands on definitive proof that Pete Rose bet on baseball games while he played for the Cincinnati Reds. Rose had previously admitted that he bet on baseball while managing the Reds, but vehemently denied that he ever did so as a player.

NFL: Breaking down the 2015 Cincinnati Bengals
With the AFC East out of the way, we turn our attention to the AFC North—a tight division which produced three playoff teams last season and could easily do so again. Today we look at the Cincinnati Bengals, a team which has made the playoff four straight years, and five out of the last six. Unfortunately, it’s been one and done for every single appearance.

How the Cincinnati Bengals can win with Andy Dalton | isportsweb
For the past four years Andy Dalton has started for the Cincinnati Bengals, and for the past four years, the Bengals have been defeated in each of their postseason debuts. If 2015 ends up being another humdrum year for Dalton, many people believe that it will be his last in the queen city. The Bengals have the look and talent of a team that can be a Super Bowl winner, the only questions that linger and loom are of their quarterback.

Cincinnati Bengals Impressed With QB AJ McCarron’s Development
Could young quarterback A.J. McCarron eventually steal the Cincinnati Bengals' starting job from veteran QB Andy Dalton? Members of the Bengals’ coaching staff believe McCarron has the potential to do just that, a report said.

Terrelle Pryor upsets Cincinnati Bengals by posting minicamp practice videos to Twitter
The Bengals are not happy that former quarterback Terrelle Pryor posted images from their recent minicamp to one of his social media accounts Monday afternoon. Pryor, who was waived by Cincinnati on Thursday, posted to Twitter three videos of himself throwing passes during full-team drills at the Bengals' minicamp. Although minicamp is open to reporters, television cameras are permitted to roll only during warm-up and start-of-practice installation periods. Reporters are not allowed to document, via video, accounts of those full-team drills.

NFL's Benjamin Watson: Remove The Confederate Flag For The Right Reasons
I can remember visiting a teammate’s home for the first time my sophomore year. Frank, a white offensive guard on my high school football team, had quickly become my closest friend, welcoming me, the new guy, when others weren’t so quick to do so. As I walked into his room, I froze, staring uncomfortably at the large Rebel flag, hanging above his bed.