Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Koren Robinson was arrested late Tuesday night on suspicion of drunken driving and fleeing from police.

Not only is Mr Robinson in trouble with the law, but his playing career may be over. He was arrested last night on a felony charge for trying to flee police after going over 100 mph in a 55 mph zone near the teams training camp in Mankato. The former pro bowler also faces a possible 1 year suspension from the NFL for violating the substance abuse policy. The 26 year old Robinson was suspended 4 games in 2004 for violating the policy as a member of the Seahawks.

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After winning his 11th major championship at the British Open and 50th career title at the Buick Open, Tiger Woods is back on top of his game. This arrives just two months after missing the cut at a major for the first time in his thriving golf career at the U.S. Open Championship. With Tiger Woods coming into Thursday’s major championship at Medinah Country Club on a hot streak, Pinnacle Sportsbook has installed Tiger as an overwhelming 9/4 favorite to capture his third PGA Tour Championship.

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With a couple days off and no premium football picks on taps for members here is some NFL news for today.

After a 2 week holdout the 2004 Heisman Trophy winner inked a six-year contract that guarantees him $14 million late Monday night. the contact could also bring the rookie quarterback up to $51 million over the duration of the deal if all bonuses are met. Leinart was ripped by Denny Green hours before the deal went through for turning down “a more than generous” offer. Matt had his press conference today, and noted “It has been hard on me, everyone around here knew I wanted to be in camp”. I understand Leinart wanting to get a great deal, but 14 million guaranteed for the 10th pick in the draft is unheard of.

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Last night the World Series of Poker crowned its champion. After nearly 14 hours of play Jamie Gold’s off-suit Q9 held up against Paul Wasicka’s pocket 10’s in the final hand of the 2006’s championship of poker.

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