Warren Buffett Beats Ndamukong Suh In A Arm Wrestling Match

Warren Buffet flexes a bit of muscle on Ndamukong Suh

Now, I know when you read the headline it threw you off a bit, but it’s definitely true, Warren Buffett flexed a bit on Ndamukong Suh and beat him in an arm wrestling match. During his appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box”, Suh was given a rematch to a past loss he received at the hands of Warren Buffet in a arm wrestling match. Although he was granted another opportunity to take down the wealthiest man in an arm wrestling match, Suh takes another L and adds this loss to many others he took against Buffet. Check the clip above.

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Mercedes updates G-Class including new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8

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Mercedes has announced a series of updates for the G-Class, including a new G500 with an AMG-derived 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and more power across the board.

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Jameis Winston’s Contract with Buccaneers Will Not Allow QB to Play Baseball

Jameis Winston may love playing both football and baseball, but his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will force the 21-year-old to focus solely on football.

That makes sense, considering the Buccaneers just used the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft on the quarterback.

Back in February, Winston—who was a closer on the Florida State baseball team—told Peter King of The Monday Morning Quarterback that he hadn’t ruled out trying to play both football and baseball professionally. That’s something Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson also admitted to wanting to do.

Well, Winston’s dream of being a multisport athlete concerned the Buccaneers, according to King:

That section of the column alarmed [Tampa Bay general manager Jason] Licht, and that Monday he texted Winston and then spoke with him about it. He told Winston that wasn’t something the Bucs would be likely to accept if he was their pick. Winston said he understood, but loved baseball so much that he was being honest about it with me.

As a result, the Buccaneers were able to work a clause into Winston’s rookie deal that prohibits the quarterback from playing professional baseball for the length of his contract, per KingAnd with that, Winston’s dream of being the next Bo Jackson has been put on hold, if not shattered.

Jameis Winston’s Contract with Buccaneers Will Not Allow QB to Play Baseball

Jameis Winston may love playing both football and baseball, but his contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will force the 21-year-old to focus solely on football.

That makes sense, considering the Buccaneers just used the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft on the quarterback.

Back in February, Winston—who was a closer on the Florida State baseball team—told Peter King of The Monday Morning Quarterback that he hadn’t ruled out trying to play both football and baseball professionally. That’s something Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson also admitted to wanting to do.

Well, Winston’s dream of being a multisport athlete concerned the Buccaneers, according to King:

That section of the column alarmed [Tampa Bay general manager Jason] Licht, and that Monday he texted Winston and then spoke with him about it. He told Winston that wasn’t something the Bucs would be likely to accept if he was their pick. Winston said he understood, but loved baseball so much that he was being honest about it with me.

As a result, the Buccaneers were able to work a clause into Winston’s rookie deal that prohibits the quarterback from playing professional baseball for the length of his contract, per KingAnd with that, Winston’s dream of being the next Bo Jackson has been put on hold, if not shattered.

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