June 04, 2020
Ruth J Morrison

Ruth J Morrison

Every week, there is always someone behaving badly or NOT, depending on your point of view.

This week, What's The 411Sports reporter Bianca Peart, who was away by the way, put Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel in absentia. She left the rest of the team to debate whether Johnny Manziel belonged in the doghouse.

What's your take on Johnny Manziel?

Check out the video for the Johnny Manziel Debate. #411DogHouse


WATCH VIDEO: Commissioner Goodell and Cameron Maybin in 411 Dog House

The young guns of The What's The 411Sports team are discussing who's in the dog house this week. Bianca Peart put NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in the 411 Doghouse for suspending Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice for only two games for a domestic violence charge.

Greg Alcala put Cameron Maybin of the San Diego Padres in the dog house for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy.

WATCH VIDEO: IN THE DOGHOUSE: Levi Copelin and Josh Gordon

Every week, What's The 411Sports puts a person or organization in the Dog House. This week, Levi Copelin and Josh Gordon get the honors.

NCAA Football is banning Levi Copelin, wide receiver, Missouri, from playing football for the entire 2014-15 season for using banned substances.

Cleveland Browns' wide receiver, Josh Gordon, is facing a suspension after failing a second drug test.


Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams is in the What's The 411Sports Dog House more for his on-court performance than the comments he made about Brooklyn (New York City) in Resident magazine.

Many Brooklyn Nets fans are disappointed with Deron Williams' performance for the past two seasons.

Many feel the Brooklyn Nets could have gone further in the playoffs had Williams been healthy and able to perform better.

Unfortuantely for Williams, the fans don't care about his ankle issues, what they want is performance for his five-year $98 million contract.

Perhaps, the fans will get production out of Williams this season since he has had surgery on both ankles and has been given the green light to play.

For Williams' adjustment to NYC, he admits to having a hard time adjusting to life in New York, saying "I don't really feel like a New Yorker."

"I grew up in an apartment in Texas where you could send your kids outside like, 'Yeah, go play in the sun.' Here it's more challenging," Williams said.

Williams lives in a fabulous pad in the Tribeca (Triangle Below Canal Street) area in Manhattan, which is home to Robert DeNiro and the Tribeca Film Festival.

It is asphalt and concrete and a far cry from Utah or parts of Brooklyn, Queens, Westchester, Nassau or Suffolk counties areas in New York with trees and grass.

For a person who likes grass and outdoor living, why Tribeca over areas he finds more favorable?

Just asking?

This week, What's the 411Sports host, Bianca Peart, puts former New York Giants safety Will Hill in the What's the 411Sports Dog House.

The Giants cut Hill after he violated the NFL'S drug policy for the third time.

What's the 411Sports host, Glenn Gilliam, came to Hill's defense until he heard more of Hill's background.

Do you think the New York Giants should have cut Will Hill?

Check out the video for discussion about former New York Giants safety Will Hill.


Stoll Arrested going Through Security Area with Drugs in Board Shorts

Jarret Stoll, L.A. Kings hockey player, and boyfriend to ESPN’s Erin Andrews, is In The Dog House!!! Stoll was arrested on drug possession charges, at a Las Vegas Day Club; and hard drugs at that; cocaine, and ecstasy people!!!

Jarret Stoll tried to smuggle an 8-ball of cocaine and 8 grams of Molly into a Vegas pool party ... by hiding them in his board shorts ... this according to the police report obtained by TMZ Sports.

The L.A. Kings won the Stanley Cup last year and didn’t qualify for playoffs this year. Stoll has been with the Kings since 2008 and will be an unrestricted free agent July 1.

NFL Lifts Suspension on Adrain Peterson, Seattle Seahawks Giving Russell Wilson Short Shrift, and Aaron Hernandez Gets Life

The NFL lifted Adrian Peterson’s suspension; however, Peterson doesn’t want to go back to Minnesota. Dallas and Oakland are signaling that they are ready to snatch Peterson up. The Seattle Seahawks general manager, John Schneider, seems to have lost his mind. He’s signaling that he would let Russell Wilson walk if the price to keep him is too high. Former New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison on April 15.

Baseball Milestones are Drawing in Fans Early in the Season


Mike Trout, a center fielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (MLB), became the youngest player to join the 100 homers and 100 steals club, after hitting a two-run home run in a 6-3 win over the Houston Astros. Gregory Alcala begs to differ with Glenn Gilliam over who is the face of New York baseball; it is Matt Harvey, and Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees is inching closer to breaking Willie Mays' 660 home runs record.

Nets Still Underachieving; Cavaliers Poised to take Round 1

The NBA playoffs are on and poppin'!!! In this segment, Glenn Gilliam and Gregory Alaca are discussing the status of primarily the Eastern Conference in Round 1: Atlanta Hawk vs. Brooklyn Nets; Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics; and Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls. Lastly, the two talked about Tom Thibodeau and Scott Brooks' job security.

Nets Underachieving; Players Snagged for Violating Substances and Arrest for DUI


The question still remains, why do so many people at the top of their game and with so much to lose, insist on flirting with disaster. Each of the candidates for the What's The 411Sports Dog House this week, fit into this category.

The Brooklyn Nets are in the Dog House for underachieving. There is so much talent on this team and even though they need wins for a playoff berth, they still find a way to lose.

New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount will be suspended for the 1st game of the season for violating the NFL substance abuse policy.

Similarly, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'von Bell will face a three-game suspension next season for his august arrest on drugs and for a DUI.

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