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Markie “Lil Train” Henderson may be 5'3" and weigh only 120 pounds, but the Las Vegas Sin running back isn't afraid to take on a defender.

Chicago Bliss cornerback Dominique Collins (5'5", 135 pounds) learned that the hard way.

Lil Train lowered her shoulder and absolutely destroyed Collins on her way to a touchdown. Warning: Video contains NSFW language.

That hit got Henderson fired up, and the crowd loved every bit of it. 

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DeAngelo Williams posted a picture to his social media accounts on Monday that would make his mother and father proud. 

The Carolina Panthers running back uploaded a split image of a business-class plane ticket and a man sitting in Marines dress blues at the airport. Williams tweeted the image with an explanation that he always gives up his seat to members of the U.S. military.

Williams also uploaded the photo to Facebook, writing that the man was unaware he’d soon be sitting in the premium section at the front of the plane.

“He doesn’t know it yet but he will be sitting in this seat when he boards the plane I always give up my 1st class seat! #isalutethetroops,” Williams writes.

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Any player who wanted to talk trash to Michael Jordan on the court better have been ready to go back and forth. It would also help that player if he wasn't wearing a pair of Jordans.

Former New Jersey Nets player Kendall Gill recently shared a hilarious story that involved Jordan just shutting his opponent up with one simple comeback.

In a game during the 1996-1997 season, the Nets' Jim Jackson was going off on the Chicago Bulls. He was feeling so good about his game that he decided to run his mouth against Jordan. Unfortunately for him, he had on a pair of Jordans. 

Once Jordan brought that fact up, there was no comeback that Jackson could use. At that point, the only thing he could do was focus on the game.

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Put him in, Tulo. Madison Bumgarner wants to hit it deep.

According to the San Jose Mercury News Alex Pavlovic (via Dan Wohl of MLB.com), the San Francisco Giants starting pitcher is lobbying NL Home Run Derby captain Troy Tulowitzki for a spot in the lineup.

Pavlovic tweeted Sunday that the 24-year-old from Hickory, North Carolina, told reporters he had put in a request to Tulowitzki but had yet to hear back.

Wohl points out that while Bumgarner could be joking, he’s a big boy capable of some serious power at the plate.

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Every sports fan dreams of their team hoisting the championship trophy at the end of the season. However, some cities have had more victory parades than others.

Thanks to the latest data put together by Best Tickets, we are able to see which franchises and cities have had the most success through the years.

Most fans can tell you which teams have won the most championships in their respective sports. Here's a quick rundown of the list of championships by teams in the four major sports:

Winning championships is how we measure success, but it doesn't always tell the entire story. A team's winning percentage shows just how consistent the team has been throughout the years.

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Metta World Peace's NBA career may be nearing an end, but his career as a recording artist is still going strong.

The 34-year-old played in only 29 games with the New York Knicks this past season, so he had some time to focus on his music.

On Monday, World Peace announced some big news:

In his new song, "Thanks Mom, Thanks Dad," World Peace gives his parents a lot of credit for helping him get to where he is today. 

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After striking out in a game against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday, Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper tried to let off some steam by breaking his bat over his knee. 

Unfortunately for Harper, maple ain't no twig.

[MLB.com, h/t For the Win]

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You can pour a little, or you can pour a lot. 

The DraftServ is all about options, and the self-serve beer stations are up and running at the Minnesota Twins' Target Field in preparation for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game.

ESPN’s Darren Rovell reports that the machines are the product of a partnership between Anheuser-Busch and global concessionaire Delaware North, which conspired to create a station where sports fans can pour their own beers.

Jerry Jacobs Jr., a principal of Delaware North, says the DraftServ was designed to give consumers a controlled, hands-on drinking experience.

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Memo to Andrew Luck: Jadeveon Clowney is coming for you.

Before he had even been drafted by the Houston Texans, Clowney warned Luck that the Indianapolis Colts quarterback "better have his head on a swivel" whenever their teams meet on the field.

Now that he is officially a Texan, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft is back at it.

In a rookie confessional video on the Houston Texans website, Clowney shared his football goals: 

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James Rodriguez had a brilliant 2014 World Cup for Colombia, scoring six goals and marking himself out as a truly world-class talent in the No. 10 shirt.

At Colombia's welcome-home party, the 22-year-old took a selfie in front of 90,000 gathered fans.

[Twitter]