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Born and raised in Port St. Lucie, FL. Sports educated through the love of Philadelphia Sports teams and southern college sports. I have gone to sporting events both collegiate and professional throughout the country whilst experiencing the many ways different regions support their teams. Blessed to have worked in amateur sports throughout my childhood.
My affinity for all things Philadelphia sports has sculpted my point of views as well outside of working in the industry as a kid. I am strongly opinionated about my observations and opinions for all sports. Philadelphia sports have taught me to enjoy the good years, cheer players who bring their lunch pale to work every game and to evaluate blindly. That is why writing for Bleacher Report has truly been enjoyable.
If you are this far into reading my bio and on this page in itself, I'm assuming you read my work and enjoy it, or completely disagree with something. Either way, thank you for reading. Any writer loves feedback, whether they want to admit it or not. Feel free to comment on my articles--positive or negative, I want to hear your thoughts.
Currently living in Tallahassee, Fl while I finish up my degrees at the Florida State University. Finance and Marketing major.
I would love to be a guest on any radio shows, podcasts, or as a spot writer. If you want to get in touch for those reasons, use the email below.
Contact info: Justin.Sparks22@yahoo.com
MIAMI HEAT FREAKIN SUCKS WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THEM NOTHING
Hi Justin, sorry for the late reply. Sorry for any confusion too. Clarifying that preseason games are included in that stat seems like a good idea.
Hey Justin, glad you got that "heed" line figured out and tweaked the Canada slide—and no problem on the edit!
This guy is a tard...
Hi. I just read your article on the 25 Biggest Criminals in NFL History. I have to say that while it was an interesting and informative read, it was also very bush league written. You came across as overly judgmental and snarky which is fine if you have no desire to be more than a blogger, but if you want to be a serious sports writer it just won’t fly. You can express your opinion, and you have made it clear in your Bio that you will, but you need to dial it way back to make it to the big times. Take for instance that in some of the cases, you presented that the people in question were both guilty, and of low moral character, even though they weren’t actually convicted of everything that you wrote. Did you learn the terms defamation, or slander, or libel in college? What about the word alleged when writing what they might have did, but weren’t convicted of, as that would have at least protected you a little. No respected news agency would pay to let you print this "article" as written out of fear of being responsible for your words. I looked up some of your supposed fact on these guys and I have to say that IMOP you could easily be sued for some of the stuff you wrote by some of the people you wrote about, because you didn't just write facts, but made untrue statements and assumptions. Remember, freedom of speech and the press doesn’t mean you can just write whatever you want. Tone it down and pull it back some and you’ll be all right. Good luck.
Hey Justin, you need to fix your Asomugha slide in the "8 Players That could catapult..." article. You're referring to Charles Woodson and Rod Woodson as the same person. Not sure if it's a typo, but I can't fix it because I'd be altering a chunk of the article. Currently editing.
Hey man I wrote an article about the Top 10 Pro Athletes Who Would Make Good UFC Fighters. Would love to hear what you think man. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/817080-10-pro-athletes-that-would-make-good-ufc-fighters
@ justin- HOW is Boise ST not on this list of OVer-rated? Every overated team on here would throttle Bsu.