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Thibaut Courtois has rebuked Chelsea supporters for "booing and whistling" during Saturday's 0-0 home draw with Leicester City. A. (read more)


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The Minnesota Vikings are coming off one of the most thrilling finishes in NFL playoff history courtesy of what now has been dubbed the “Minneapolis Miracle,” a play that secured Sunday’s 29-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints. It goes without saying Vikings fans during the game experienced a roller-coaster of emotions they will remember — and cherish — for the rest of their lives. (read more)

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The Pittsburgh Pirates may or may not be in the midst of a total tear-down and rebuild — general manager Neal Huntington insists they are not — but the moves made by the team in recent days have left fans feeling disappointed in the organization’s direction.That’s why a disgruntled Pirates fan — identified as J K — has started a petition in which it is requested that Major League Baseball compel o (read more)

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Manny Machado is expected to attend the Baltimore Orioles’ upcoming Fan Fest event despite being the subject of trade rumors this offseason.During Major League Baseball’s winter meetings, one of the biggest topics of discussion was the Orioles reportedly shopping Machado, who prefers a move to shortstop. (read more)

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Many Minnesota Vikings fans were seeing their heartbeats increase during the latter stages of the team’s NFC Divisonal Playoff game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.When Case Keenum hit receiver Stefon Diggs for the walk-off 61-yard touchdown as time expired, we’re pretty sure that fans in Minnesota had absolutely no idea what to do with themselves. (read more)

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Report: Cubs to re-sign Brian Duensing

17-1-2018 4:44 PM | yardbarker | similar news

The Cubs have agreed to a two-year deal to bring back lefty Brian Duensing, according to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag (via Twitter). If finalized, it’ll guarantee the southpaw $7MM, per the report. (read more)

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Roger Goodell has been brave enough to show his face in Foxboro since the NFL brutally botched the Deflategate scandal, but that does not mean he wants to spend any more time around Patriots fans than he has to.Just as he did a year ago, Goodell is reportedly planning to attend the NFC Championship Game this year rather than travel to New England for the AFC Championship. (read more)

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