If he wants to get paid premium money, he’ll have problems.

If Revis can prove he can play anywhere in the secondary, he’s going to get all the attention he’d ever want. No team can honestly say it has enough defensive backs, not the way the game is played today. If Revis can be a starting corner, a slot corner, a safety, whatever, he’ll be welcome. […]

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Lucky 13? Remembering when the Braves and Brewers couldn’t stop winning

It was 35 years ago Friday — April 21, 1982 — that the Braves won their 13th straight game to open the 1982 season, setting an MLB record. Led by Dale Murphy, Bob Horner, Glenn Hubbard and others, the red, white and blue-clad group came out of nowhere to become the talk of baseball, using […]

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Giants, Jason Pierre-Paul agree to 4-year deal

The Giants and star pass-rusher Jason Pierre-Paul have agreed on a four-year contract, the team confirmed Friday afternoon. Pierre-Paul earlier in the day had denied reports by NFL Media, which was first to report a deal, and ESPN.com, which reported that the contract would be worth about $17 million per year with $54 million guaranteed. […]

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Kluber left his start with lower back discomfort after allowing five earned runs in three innings against the Tigers

A trio of starters concerned their fans and fantasy team owners Tuesday: Indians ace Corey Kluber, Marlins’ Edinson Volquez and Rangers southpaw Cole Hamels. Kluber left his start with lower back discomfort after allowing Cheap Vintage Jerseys NBA five earned runs in three innings against the Tigers, while Volquez exited with with a blister on […]

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MLB views Las Vegas as ‘viable market,’ Rob Manfred says

Major League Baseball’s softening stance on sports gambling may one day open the door to an untapped market long considered taboo: Las Vegas. It’s all the rage lately, with the NHL’s 31st franchise set for a Sin City debut next season and the NFL on the brink of following suit. Might MLB join them? Commissioner […]

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MLB orders Cardinals to pay $2M, forfeit top 2 draft picks to Astros as punishment in hacking case

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has ordered the Cardinals to pay $2 million and forfeit its top two draft picks in this year’s draft to the Astros as punishment for a former Cards executive hacking the Astros computer network. “The reality is we can’t take anything for granted and right now, I feel like we do,” […]

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Yankees’ Chris Carter might have had the worst swing of the MLB season

Forget about those proposals for pitch clocks, a new strike zone, eliminating the four-pitch intentional walk or even shortening games to seven innings. None of them is necessary to improve the game, and they all miss a key point that’s a big part of baseball’s beauty and popularity as a spectator sport: Baseball games are […]

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Vikings announce newly signed Latavius Murray had ankle surgery

Latavius Murray was signed by the Vikings on March 16. He had surgery six days later. The Vikings announced Wednesday that Murray had ankle surgery, but is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. The surgery was performed in Charlotte by renowned surgeon Dr. Bob Anderson. The move would be beneficial for […]

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NFL free agency: Martellus Bennett signs with Packers

Martellus Bennett is coming off one of his better NFL seasons to date in 2016, and it looks like he took advantage of that in free agency. According to a report from NickSportsTV, the former Patriots tight end is expected to sign with the Packers, who confirmed the news. NFL Network reported Green Bay signed […]

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Lonzo declared for the 2017 NBA draft with an agent after a single season with the UCLA Bruins

LaVar Ball also released the sneaker after he sought a $1 billion combined price tag on shoe deals for each of his three sons, including Lonzo, LiAngelo, and LaMelo Ball. LiAngelo enters UCLA as a freshman next summer, and LaMelo is a talented high school junior who has already committed to the Bruins. Lonzo declared […]

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