Top Sports Headlines of 2013

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  • Blake Leeper Became the First Disabled Athlete to Sign With Fathead
  • Michael Jordan Flu Game Shoes Auctioned Off
  • Seneca Wallace Breaks Racial Barriers
  • Michael Jordan and New Wife Announce New Baby
  • NFL Agrees to Settle Concussion Suit for $765 Million
  • From "Blade Runner" to Killer
  • The Most Memorable Moments in Sports
  • Ray Lewis Retires
  • Josh Brent Drives Car Which Kills Cowboys Teammate
  • Baltimore Ravens Win Super Bowl XLVII
  • Beyoncé + Destiny’s Child = Epic Super Bowl Halftime Show
  • Mariano Rivera Retires
  • Brooklyn Nets Plays First Playoff Game at the Barclays
  • Boston Marathon Is Bombed
  • Jason Collins Is First NBA Player to Publically Announce He Is Gay
  • Kobe Bryant Gets Achilles Heel Surgery
  • Magic Johnson Stands Up for His Gay Son, EJ
  • Jay Z Launches Roc Nation Sports With Robinson Cano
  • Miami Heat Win NBA Finals for a Second Year in a Row
  • Aaron Hernandez Indicted for Murder, Kicked Off Patriots
  • A-Rod and 12 Other MLB Players Suspended
  • Serena Williams Wins the US Open
  • David Ortiz Gets Three Titles in 10 Years
  • Red Sox Win the World Series
  • Lamar Odom’s Crack Rumors and DUI Hurt His NBA Career
  • Miami Dolphins' Bullying Scandal
  • LeBron James Hits Scoring Milestone
  • Timothy Bradley Is Back on Top
  • Derrick Rose Makes the Injured List Again
  • Geoffrey Mutai Wins NYC Marathon Again
  • Andre Ward Returns to the Ring

Seneca Wallace Breaks Racial Barriers

The NFL may be 94 years old, but there are still racial boundaries to break. Seneca Wallace made history on Nov. 10 as the first Black quarterback to start for the Green Bay Packers. Wallace told TMZ Sports, "It's a great honor to be the first African-American quarterback to start for the Green Bay Packers.”

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