🏈 Former Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell won a four-round unanimous decision over JMX in Friday night’s Misfits Boxing main event from New Orleans. Bell won on scores of 39-37, 40-36, and 40-36. After his victory, Bell called out KSI and Logan Paul for a fight. Bell is now 2-1 in his amateur boxing career. He knocked out former NFL running back Adrian Peterson in September and lost on an unanimous decision to former UFC fighter Uriah Hall in October.
— Combat Sports Today 📰 (@CSTodayNews) April 22, 2023
🏈 Mike Tomlin was at the Knicks-Cavaliers playoff game at Madison Square Garden on Friday night. Podcaster Jake Brown caught a short clip of Tomlin talking with Knicks fans as he left MSG with his son Mason, who’s a defensive back at Columbia University.
— Jake Brown (@JakeBrownRadio) April 22, 2023
🏈 NFL.com: Chad Reuter has the Steelers selecting Iowa edge rusher Lukas Van Ness at 17th overall in his latest mock draft.
“Van Ness’ versatility means the Steelers could use him inside or outside. Sometimes he moves like T.J. Watt on the edge, and other times, his game mirrors that of former Pittsburgh star end Aaron Smith,” Reuter wrote.
🏈 TMZ: A judge ordered cops to arrest Antonio Brown for unpaid child support. However, according to AB, he’s now all paid up on his child support. … Brown posted a photo of a receipt to his Instagram page on Friday evening appearing to show he paid $33,260.58 to Florida Child Support.
🏈 Ben Roethlisberger listed one of his Pittsburgh-area homes for $2.9 million. The Clinton, Pa. property that sits on a palatial, 148-acre spread, was purchased by Roethlisberger for his parents.
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