NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer Curley Culp Passed Away this Morning

Yuma, Arizona - Pro Football Hall of Famer and former Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Oilers defensive tackle Curley Culp passed away this morning at the age of 75, his family announced.

Imperial Tigers at Gila Ridge Hawks in High School Football

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Arizona Coyotes Announce Limited Capacity for January Home Games

Glendale, Arizona - The Arizona Coyotes announced today a limited seating capacity for the team's home games at Gila River Arena for the month of January. The City of Glendale recently approved the 25 percent capacity. A maximum of 3,450 fans will be allowed at the Coyotes home and season opener on January 14 versus the San Jose Sharks as well as the club's five (5) other home games during the month.

Hurricane Ida forces Cancellation of Cardinals-Saints Game

New Orleans, Louisiana - With the potential landfall of Hurricane Ida in the New Orleans area, the Saints announced Friday afternoon that they have cancelled Saturday's preseason finale at the Caesars Superdome.

Practice makes perfect

Wheeling, West Virginia - “Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated,” according to famed links-man Arnold Palmer. The legendary medalist earned the nickname, The King of Golf, for his prowess on the fairways and proof of his skill are the 21 holes-in-one with which he is credited, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.