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Month: April 2018


Sidney Crosby passed Mario Lemieux in Pittsburgh’s record book and pushed the Philadelphia Flyers to the brink of elimination.

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Flyers fans booed the goal — and the ones that stuck around for the end belted a familiar refrain: Fire Hakstol! Fire Hakstol! Crosby scored his fifth goal of the series and became the Penguins’ career postseason points leader in a 5-0 win over the Flyers on Wednesday night. The Penguins lead the first-round playoff…


Alabama coach Nick Saban isn’t scrapping a program that drew a complaint from LeBron James.

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And James isn’t backing down, either. On Monday, a representative for James sent a letter on his behalf to Alabama, claiming the Crimson Tide’s “Shop Talk” trailer uses “ideas, concepts and format” from a program on the digital media platform the Cavaliers’ superstar co-founded. Last year, James’ “Uninterrupted” aired “The Shop,” where the three-time NBA…


They get some right. They get some wrong.

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If they get a whole bunch more right than wrong, they get to stay around. If not, they are sent packing. It is the reality and fate of general managers in the NFL and it is the assignment soon to be accepted by Dave Gettleman, who understands the higher the draft pick, the more critical…


Some coaches taking a wait-and-see approach to new helmet rule

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The NFL’s owners had no issue with the new rule that prohibits players from lowering their helmets to initiate contact. The NFL’s coaches didn’t, either. As a source with knowledge of the situation explained it to PFT, there was no pushback or outcry from coaches when the new rule was discussed and eventually passed, 32-0….


22 players will attend the draft

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Baker Mayfield won’t be at the draft. Twenty-two other players will be. Four of the top quarterbacks will be there, along with running back Saquon Barkley and defensive end Bradley Chubb. Guard Quenton Nelson, regarded by many as a top-10 pick, doesn’t appear on the list. The Jets also re-signed versatile offensive lineman Dakota Dozier…


Ravens work out Michael Floyd

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Receiver Michael Floyd worked out for the Ravens on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. It’s the first known interest in Floyd since free agency began. The Patriots through their personnel changes are good at discovering strengths, which allows them to be laser-focused about personnel acquisition to maximize their spending. Belichick gets a ton of…


Jordan Clarkson is headed to the playoffs for the first time in his career

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A lot of teams in the NBA are looking to pile up wins as the regular season nears its end. Some squads, one of which are the Cleveland Cavaliers, are trying to better position themselves with the postseason coming up in a couple of days. Game Youth Abraham Almonte Jersey The Cavs registered a 123-109…


Harper hits 3-run HR as Nationals stay hot, beat Braves 8-1

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Pitchers are having a hard time keeping Bryce Harper off the bases — and inside the park. Game Womens Brandon Mashinter Jersey Harper’s hot start is a big reason the Washington Nationals are unbeaten. The star slugger hit a three-run homer and the quick-scoring Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 8-1 on Monday night for the…


All those moves prove the point Mora might have been trying to make when he said Rosen’s destination is critical because the quarterback has a lot of interests in life.

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McNair would later apologize for the comment in a statement, but he recently told the Wall Street Journal that he doesn’t think he did anything wrong, and his only regret was apologizing. Limited Kids Sam Bradford Jersey The main thing I regret is apologizing, McNair said. The WSJ adds he insists the ‘inmates’ he was…


NFL rule change allows officiating department to have players ejected

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Tuesday’s changes in the NFL rulebook weren’t limited to the catch rule. NFL owners have approved a rule allowing a member of the officiating department to instruct on-field officials to eject players guilty of a flagrant non-football act as long as a foul has been called for that act. The quietus struck the 2017 Dodgers…


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