June 2018


New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley is an NFL rookie who is already thinking about the smart ways in which he plans spend and invest his millions. In a recent interview with ESPN at the CC Sabathia Celebrity Softball Game, Barkley says he plans to follow NFL veteran Marshawn Lynch's financial method. It was previously reported that Lynch doesn't touch any of his earnings from the NFL and instead lives completely off the money he makes from endorsements.

Sabathia shut down the high-scoring Red Sox, Greg Bird hit two home runs and Aaron Judge connected off a college teammate as New York bopped Boston 8-1 on Friday evening to edge ahead in the AL East. Not since the famed Bucky Dent playoff game in 1978 had the Yankees and Red Sox met so late in a season when they owned the two top marks in baseball, the Elias Sports Bureau said.

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley hasn't even signed his rookie contract, but he knows what he's going to do with his first paycheck. The No. 2 pick in the draft plans to follow in the footsteps of another star running back and not touch his NFL earnings, Barkley said at a charity softball game Thursday night. Kind of want to follow the Marshawn Lynch method.

The man whose body was found in New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins' house on Tuesday died as the result of an altercation with Jenkins' brother, William Jenkins, according to documents filed by authorities. In a police complaint and warrant against William Jenkins, 34, the Bergen County prosecutor's office said Jenkins and Roosevelt Rene, a 25-year-old Jenkins family friend and music producer, had a "physical altercation" Monday night in Janoris Jenkins' Fair Lawn, N.J., home, resulting in Rene's death.

The man whose body was found in New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins' house on Tuesday died as the result of an altercation with Jenkins' brother, William Jackson, according to documents filed by authorities. In a police complaint and warrant against William Jackson, 34, the Bergen County prosecutor's office said Jackson and Roosevelt Rene, a 25-year-old Jenkins family friend and music producer, had a "physical altercation" Monday night in Janoris Jenkins' Fair Lawn, N.J., home, resulting in Rene's death.

Former National Football League Pro Bowl tight end Martellus Bennett retired recently from the violent world of pro football. The Fantastical Adventures of A.J. is based on the universe created by Bennett in his first two books, Hey A.J., It’s Saturday, followed by Hey A.J., It’s Bedtime, which also spun off some interactive apps and a podcast, the Hey A.J. Show. All of the works are written and illustrated by Bennett, who played with Dallas, the New York Giants, Chicago, Green Bay and New England during his football career.

The brother of New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins had an alleged altercation in his brother's New Jersey home that led to the death of a 25-year-old man. In releasing the complaint and the warrant against 34-year-old William H. Jenkins, of Fair Lawn, on Thursday, the Bergen County prosecutor's office says Jenkins showed extreme indifference to human life in recklessly causing the death of Roosevelt Rene. The complaint says William Jenkins got into an altercation with Rene on Monday night that resulted in Rene's death.

The New York Giants couldn’t have handled the one-game benching of Eli Manning any worse. A team with a 37-year-old quarterback on a significant two-year decline, which had the No. 2 overall pick in a solid quarterback draft, should have picked a quarterback. By doing so, they are planning on Manning reversing his slide and being their quarterback for the foreseeable future.

The Bergen County prosecutor’s office said Wednesday 34-year-old William H. Jenkins, of Fair Lawn, was charged with aggravated manslaughter in the death of Roosevelt Rene, whose body was discovered Tuesday. Acting Prosecutor Dennis Calo said William Jenkins is in custody in the Ontario County Jail in New York state. Janoris Jenkins’ home is about 10 miles (16 kilometers) north of MetLife Stadium.

William Jenkins, the brother of New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins, has been charged with aggravated manslaughter for the death of Roosevelt Rene, the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office and Fair Lawn Police Department announced Wednesday. According to authorities, William Jenkins is in custody in Ontario County, N.Y., and the investigation is ongoing, with no further details released.

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