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Andrew Luck has not practiced with the Indianapolis Colts since undergoing offseason surgery to repair damage that he suffered way back in 2015. He’s still on the PUP list, and head coach Chuck Pagano recently said there still is no timeline for Luck to return to action. (read more)


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Every baseball team needs a star — someone who can pace the team either offensively or defensively — or perhaps both. On the pitching side, a star can be the ace of a staff or the stopper in the bullpen. (read more)

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Last offseason, during the winter meetings, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson made it clear that he was not in the market for a third baseman. The declaration came even after a season in which the Mets got only 37 games out of David Wright. (read more)

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Le’Veon Bell has been holding out of training camp after he and the Pittsburgh Steelers failed to come to a long-term agreement on a contract extension.However, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Bell will return to the Steelers before the regular season. (read more)

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The Chicago Cubs haven’t had an easy go of it this season after winning the World Series last year. However, Joe Maddon and Co. (read more)

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It stands to reason that the Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers might be tied at the hip when it comes to potential trades around the NFL.Newly extended Broncos general manager John Elway has a decades-long relationship with first-year 49ers GM John Lynch. (read more)

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Coming off the best season of his young career, 21-year-old Karl-Anthony Towns appears to be a confident young man. And for good reason. (read more)

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Giancarlo Stanton may have very little chance at surpassing Barry Bonds’ single-season record of 73 home runs, but the Miami Marlins star is eyeing a number that is certainly attainable and he believes is more legitimate.That number is 61. (read more)

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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is holding out for a new contract, and it does not sound like that holdout is anywhere close to ending.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Thursday that Donald’s holdout is “threatening to last into the regular season. (read more)

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Alex Smith got to witness Colin Kaepernick’s work ethic first-hand when the two were teammates for two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, and he feels it is “crazy” that no team has signed Kaepernick with just three weeks to go until the start of the regular season.Smith was asked about Kaepernick while speaking with reporters on Wednesday, and he had nothing but positive things to say. (read more)

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