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Seahawks rookie receiver DK Metcalf has brains to go with brawn

Of the 10 practices between rookie minicamp, organized team activities and veteran minicamp that were open to reporters, not one went by without Metcalf making a head-turning play or two. He beat defenders off the line of scrimmage, and he made outstretched catches in traffic over the middle and leaping ones down the sideline. He […]

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Source: Donaldson wins appeal; ban dropped

Atlanta Braves third baseman Josh Donaldson won his appeal and will not be suspended after a benches-clearing incident with the Pittsburgh Pirates, a source told ESPN’s Jeff Passan.china nike nfl jerseys cheap His fine for the incident was also reduced to $1,000, the source said. Donaldson had been suspended for one game following a skirmish […]

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Picking between peak Pujols or Trout today, who’s better?

One of the amazing things about the return of Albert Pujols to St. Louis this weekend isn’t about him at all. Before Friday, Redbird Nation had never gotten a first-hand look at the game’s greatest player: Pujols’ Angels teammate Mike Trout. Yet Trout’s St. Lou debut barely caused a ripple in the flood of Albert […]

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Cavaliers owner Gilbert released from hospital

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert has been released from the hospital as he continues to recover from a stroke suffered last month.cheap nike nfl jerseys wholesale Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner said in a statement Thursday that Gilbert was discharged Wednesday and would continue his recovery at an in-patient rehabilitation center. “Dan is looking forward […]

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Ben Roethlisberger: Nice for Steelers to return to ‘normalcy’

Before fading into the quiet summer, Ben Roethlisberger entertained hundreds of football campers for about six hours Sunday, throwing go balls to young teens and helping feed 5,000 families through a Kraft Hunger initiative. Before he left the camp, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback addressed the new, less dramatic reality with his team. “It’s been a […]

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Sources: City target Rodri wants Atletico exit

Manchester City target Rodri has told Atletico Madrid he wants to leave this summer but the Spain international is yet to decide his next move, sources have told ESPN FC. Sources had told ESPN FC in April that Pep Guardiola had earmarked Rodri as a top priority for the summer transfer window and the midfielder […]

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Can these Cubs really contend with the dominating Dodgers?

Perhaps Saturday night will be a difference-maker for the Chicago Cubs as they finally got the performance they expected — and needed — when they signed Yu Darvish away from the Los Angeles Dodgers after the 2017 World Series. Darvish kept his old team in check while striking out 10 over seven innings in his […]

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Let the good times roll for Zion’s Pelicans

The New Orleans Pelicans are hosting a draft party at beautiful Fulton Street Square on Thursday night that will include performances from Pierre The Pelican, the Pelicans dance team and drum line, the New Breed Brass Band and, of course, the Zion Harmonizers. While the forecast might call for thunderstorms on this hot and humid […]

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The massive risks and rewards behind this Anthony Davis trade

Last summer, the San Antonio Spurs thought they had the Los Angeles Lakers right where they wanted them. L.A. had the inside track to sign LeBron James as a free agent on July 1. But the belief around the league was that James wouldn’t come to the Lakers by himself and spend the last years […]

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Newlyweds: Jets’ Adam Gase says GM Joe Douglas ‘likes my insanity’

No one knows if Joe Douglas and Adam Gase can raise the New York Jets from the walking dead and deliver — dare we say it? — their first Super Bowl championship in a half-century. After all, Douglas is a rookie general manager and Gase is a 23-25 coach. But this much can be said […]

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