Jan 22, 2012; State College, PA, USA; A view of the statue of former Penn State Nittany Lionis head coach Joe Paterno outside of Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

Morning Headlines: Live Feed of Joe Paterno Statue Coming Down



Penn State has announced the statue of famed coach Joe Paterno will finally be torn down from outside the stadium. Work crews have repotedly already begun setting up for the statues removal. Its expected to be removed today. You cant watch the live feed of it here:

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Rumors began circulating late last night of a potential off-field incident involving Lions cornerback  Aaron Berry

Update: Berry has been arrested on three counts of simple assault.


Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh believes Ed Reed will play this year.


Lions DT Ndamukong Suh has stated that he wants his teammates to be vocal about maintaining high standards, both on the field and off.


Free agent MLB E.J. Henderson has lowered his financial expectations in hopes of finally getting an offer ffrom an NFL team prior to the start of training camps.


The Rams will likely move third-round DB Trumaine Johnson to safety.


The Seahawks have yet to progress in contract discussions with disgruntled DE Chris Clemons.


Ravens K Justin Tucker is hoping to give Billy Cundiff the boot.


Former NFL RB Derrick Ward rips NFL players who drive drunk.


Falcons LB Lofa Tatupu injured in pre-camp workout


The Steelers and WR Mike Wallace are making progress in contract talks, and there’s growing belief that the two sides will reach a deal before the start of next week’s training camp.


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