Tim Tebow has been absent from the NFL scene for about a year, but anybody who's familiar with the former Heisman Trophy winner knows that football isn't the only thing on his plate. It was another busy week in the world of sports, as NFL training camps began and the Olympics inch ever closer.We also saw Valentina Shevchenko take down former UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm and basketball action from both the WNBA and Team USA.In this list of the worst baseball deals ever, it's hard to imagine the GM on the losing side didn't have the best intentions in mind.

He joined the revolt with his father-in-law, Erastus (Deaf) Smith, who led the celebrated spy company of which Arnold was part.

After several transactions over the years, the section of Arnold's land which became the burial ground was deeded to the Bandera Cemetery Association, which seven women organized in 1907.

Today, the burial ground continues to serve the community as an active cemetery and remains an important part of Bandera's history.

Many former community leaders of the area are buried in the cemetery.

In addition, there are a number of veterans interred here, some involved in military conflicts dating to the Mexican American War (1846-1848) and earlier.

Members of fraternal organizations are also among those represented here.Ownership of the land can be traced back to Hendrick Arnold, a free African American who was a guide and spy suring the Texas Revolution.PRO Rugby finishes its debut season when the Ohio Aviators play against the Denver Stampede on Sunday in the championship match.The much-anticipated showdown will be streamed live on at 3 p.m. Whether it was George Foreman in 1968, Nadia Comenici in 1976 or the US men's basketball Dream Team in 1992, the Summer Games have rarely failed to provide us with exciting moments and fill us with pride for our country.The Bandera Cemetery has served the town of Bandera since the 1850s.The site's oldest burial dates to 1851, before the town's establishment several years later.