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Floyd Mayweather’s entourage reportedly gave Jake Paul a black eye after the YouTube star tried to steal the boxer’s hat

Jake Paul and Logan Paul ahead of the brawl.
  • Floyd Mayweather’s entourage reportedly gave Jake Paul a black eye at a press event Thursday.

  • It all kicked off because the YouTube star tried to steal the boxing legend’s hat.

  • Mayweather is promoting a June 6 exhibition involving Jake’s brother Logan.

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Jake Paul and Floyd Mayweather‘s entourage brawled at a press conference on Thursday ahead of the former pro boxer’s June 6 exhibition involving the YouTube star’s brother, Logan Paul.

Video shows Jake Paul taking Mayweather’s hat and shouting “Got your hat!” during the confrontation before running away. Mayweather’s team can then be seen swarming after Paul.

Paul was later seen holding his face near his eye while fleeing the area.

Paul, who is unbeaten after three novice bouts, added post-brawl footage to his Instagram Story and appeared to have a black eye.

He also tweeted: “Honestly, have had three easy fights

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Aaron Rodgers Is Reportedly ‘Intrigued’ By 1 AFC Team

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers

Quarterback Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers

Aaron Rodgers has instantly become one of the most sought after quarterback options around the NFL after reports emerged late last week that he was frustrated with the Green Bay Packers. However, the 2020 MVP reportedly has his own set of teams that he might be interested in.

According to Pro Football Talk, the 49ers, the Broncos and the Raiders are all on Rodgers’ early “wish list.” But, in a SportsCenter appearance on Sunday morning, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said that one of those destinations “intrigues” the 37-year-old quarterback: Las Vegas.

Here’s more from Fowler:

[Aaron Rodgers] is reportedly intrigued by the Raiders as well, so they have to be on this list. They’re happy with Derek Carr; nothing’s going on right now, and they very well could extend Derek

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49ers Are Reportedly ‘Ready’ To Make Their Selection

A closeup of a 49ers football helmet. Kyle Shanahan revealed his starter between Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Mullens ahead of Week 3.

A closeup of a 49ers football helmet. Kyle Shanahan revealed his starter between Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Mullens ahead of Week 3.

The 2021 NFL Draft is only four days away but there’s a whole lot of mystery at the top of the order. We already know who the Jaguars and Jets are taking at No. 1 and 2 respectively, but now we may know the 49ers‘ selection at 3. At the very least, the 49ers know.

Appearing on SportsCenter this weekend, ESPN NFL insider Jeremy Fowler reported that the 49ers have internally reached a decision on who they’ll take. But beyond narrowing their choices down to three – Alabama QB Mac Jones, Ohio State QB Justin Fields and NDSU QB Trey Lance – the identify of that pick remains a mystery.

“I’m told the work is done in Santa Clara,” Fowler said, via Bleacher Report. “They

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Panthers Reportedly ‘Considering’ Surprising Draft Move

A picture of a Carolina Panthers helmet on the field.

A picture of a Carolina Panthers helmet on the field.

The Carolina Panthers made one of the biggest moves of the offseason when they traded for New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold.

Carolina traded for Darnold, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, with the idea that he could be their longterm answer at the quarterback position.

The Panthers gave up a sixth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, plus a second and a fourth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. That’s not a massive package, but it’s a lot to give up for someone.

Based on that trade, you would think the Panthers are not among the teams to be considering a quarterback in Round 1. However, Carolina will reportedly “consider” Justin Fields if he’s there at No. 8 overall.

“From what I’m hearing, they would consider it,” ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler said on

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