O.J. Simpson, Albert Pujols, Cam Newton and Wednesday's Late Sports News

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O.J. Simpson, Albert Pujols, Cam Newton and Wednesday's Late Sports News
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O.J. Simpson was reported to have been beaten unconscious in Nevada's Lovelock Correctional Center by a fellow inmate recently, according to a National Enquirer story this week.

Since the story was published, numerous people have come out and said the report is false, including an official at the prison calling it "totally bogus."

Can't imagine why the story of a "skinhead" beating Simpson to a "bloody pulp" after Simpson bragged about his "sexual conquests with beautiful white women" would be false.

Seriously, does it surprise anyone that the National Enquirer would post a false report such as this?

St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols, arguably the greatest hitter in the game today, was rumored to be asking for 10 years and $300 million from the Cardinals to stay in St. Louis before he hits free agency after the 2011 season.

That rumor, sadly, seems to actually be true.

The Cardinals reportedly offered eight years and $200 million and Pujols turned it down.

After Auburn QB and Heisman winner Cameron Newton was awarded the most lucrative deal for an NFL rookie in league history, people are starting to hone down on if Newton is worth all the hype.

After all, he hasn't seen one play yet in the NFL.

This and a whole lot more after the (page) break.

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