Inside Scoop Archives

Officer Acquitted in Freddie Gray Death

A Baltimore police officer was acquitted Monday of assault and all other charges in the case of Freddie Gray, an African American who died in custody a year ago, sparking riots and fueling debate about U.S. police brutality. Baltimore police officer

E-Cigarette Use Declining

Use of electronic cigarettes and other vaping devices has stalled in the United States as more Americans question their safety, according to a new online Reuters/Ipsos poll.  U.S. e-cigarette use stalls as health concerns grow: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Ray of Light for FA QB Fitzpatrick & Jets

The Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick don’t appear to be getting any closer to a contract, but they’re not growing further apart, either. This should make Nick Mangold happy. Ryan Fitzpatrick confirms he still hopes to return to the Jets Via

Ray of Light for FA QB Fitzpatrick & Jets

The Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick don’t appear to be getting any closer to a contract, but they’re not growing further apart, either. This should make Nick Mangold happy. Ryan Fitzpatrick confirms he still hopes to return to the Jets Via

Dodgers & Puig Beat Padres in 17 Innings

It took 17 innings, nearly six hours and pretty much everyone on the roster for Yasiel Puig and the Los Angeles Dodgers to beat the San Diego Padres 9-5 on Sunday. Puig’s 2-run single in 17th leads Dodgers over Padres, 9-5 Via espn.go.com

Brady Files ANOTHER Deflategate Appeal

Lawyers for Brady requested a rehearing in front of the same three-judge panel that ruled in the NFL’s favor along with a request to appear for 13 active judges in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. What’s next in Tom Brady’s appeal over