Less a question than an answer to a previous thread located here: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/935485?page=2
FreeHDSports hides in ~/Library/Application Support/Mozilla/Extensions. This is outside of Firefox's standard profile, so even if you delete Firefox's profile folder, FreeHDSports will remain. So just delete the extension in the Mozilla folder, and you should be fine.
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