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Even though the NFL is in its offseason, the business side of things do not stop. A free agency frenzy and the coming NFL Draft awaits. (read more)


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MLB's top 10 second basemen for 2018

20-2-2018 8:52 PM | yardbarker | similar news

To be among the top second basemen in today’s game requires being adept at more than just one or two facets of the game. You cannot just get on base regularly or steal a ton of bases. (read more)

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After being informed he would be released by the Houston Texans, linebacker Brian Cushing has announced his retirement from the NFL.The former NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year made the announcement on his Instagram account and included a lengthy, heartfelt caption. (read more)

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Adam Vinatieri was the oldest player in the NFL by a long shot last season, and he hopes to maintain that honor by playing in his 23rd NFL season this upcoming season.ESPN’s Adam Schefter has the scoop here, along with some really cool facts about Vinatieri’s extensive run. (read more)

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The same team that had negotiating rights to Johnny Manziel recently has now set its sights on another failed NFL quarterback you might recognize. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats added Robert Griffin III to their negotiating list on Tuesday, meaning there’s a slight chance he could soon be playing in Canada. (read more)

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A slew of prominent quarterback injuries in 2017 vaulted quite a few middle-of-the-road, or even marginal, NFL quarterbacks into the spotlight. Look no further than Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles, who before this past season was two years removed from being a starting quarterback. (read more)

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Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly has taken issue with Bryce Harper’s criticism of his team’s offseason moves, telling the Washington Nationals superstar to “take care of your own dugout.”The Marlins, under the leadership of new co-owner and CEO Derek Jeter, essentially orchestrated a complete teardown of the organization, jettisoning star players like Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, Marcel (read more)

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The Miami Marlins have not reached the postseason since 2003, but one of their former up and coming stars believes all of that was about to change before tragedy struck the organization in September of 2016.Christian Yelich, who was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers this offseason after five years in Miami, told ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick this week that things went into a tailspin for the Marlins after J (read more)

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