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Not every player is destined for success as the regular start of the 2017 NFL season approaches. By the end of the year some players will have gone bust. (read more)


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Novak Djokovic’s attempt to unionize his fellow men’s tennis players has been the talk of the Australian Open so far.According to the Daily Mail, Djokovic spoke at the annual player meeting at the Australian Open on Friday night. (read more)

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In the wake of the recent trades that shipped Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole out of Pittsburgh, speculation has turned to the status of veteran Josh Harrison — another player that has long been mentioned as a candidate to be dealt. The veteran utilityman issued his thoughts on the matter today to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. (read more)

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The Cavaliers continue to hang onto a top-three seed in the East, but the team has dropped four consecutive games and eight of its last 10 — in terms of wins and losses, the 26-17 Cavs are now the same distance from the eighth-seeded Pistons (22-20) as they are from the second-seeded Raptors (29-13).Cleveland’s slump has multiple players speaking to reporters – including Dave McMenamin of ESPN and (read more)

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The New England Patriots have been through this rodeo more than once. For a seventh consecutive season, the defending champs will be playing in the AFC Championship Game this coming Sunday. (read more)

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Once the NFL Conference Championship Games were set, the immediate narrative set forth by pundits and fans alike was that the remainder of the postseason will pit the big, bad Patriots with GOAT Tom Brady against a bunch of teams that have never won anything (in the modern era, at least) and a slew of quarterbacks the public only knows through mockery, if at all.Sure, it’s not like that notion is (read more)

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Tony Romo has successfully transitioned from NFL superstar to superstar NFL television analyst, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t still pine to play the game he loves.The CBS color man was on a conference call with reporters Tuesday when he admitted he still misses playing the game. (read more)

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Jordan Spieth and Billy Hurley III have been chosen by peers to face off in an election, with the winner replacing Davis Love III as a player director on the PGA Tour Policy Board (read more)

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Not many NBA teams currently project to have maximum-salary cap room this offseason, but for those teams with space, DeMarcus Cousins figures to be a top target. Appearing on Nate Duncan’s Dunc’d On Podcast this week, Marc Stein of The New York Times identified the Mavericks and Lakers as two teams expected to push the Pelicans for Cousins, though he cautioned that New Orleans still looks like the (read more)

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Chris Paul’s return to Los Angeles didn’t go too swimmingly for his Houston Rockets. The team lost by double digits to his former Clippers squad. (read more)

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Lionel Messi marked his 400th La Liga game with a goal and assist as Barcelona kicked off 2018 with a comfy win over Levante. Following their performances in Barcelona's first league win at Real Sociedad since 2007, Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi top this week's Player Power Rankings. (read more)

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A lot of players were involved in a confrontation between the Rockets and Clippers that began on the court Monday night and spilled over into the locker room, but it sounds like Trevor Ariza was very much at the center of the embarrassing melee.Ariza and Blake Griffin were ejected with just over a minute remaining in the game after they got into it. (read more)

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The Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday traded Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants, ending over a year of trade rumors involving the former MVP. Team GM Neal Huntington spoke about the trade later in the day, and essentially confirmed the team traded the outfielder because they felt they could not afford him. (read more)

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Having so many big-name MLB free agents still available with Spring Training approaching can create a little chaos. It makes things interesting because teams are presented with opportunities they didn’t anticipate on getting, but it also causes some front offices to start overthinking things. (read more)

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The divisional round of the 2018 NFL Playoffs featured some exciting games and entertaining finishes, but it also produced a bizarre story involving an Eagles fan.The 22-year-old fan was ejected from Saturday’s Falcons-Eagles game at Lincoln Financial Field for being intoxicated and not having a ticket, but that’s not what made headlines. (read more)

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Continuing a recent trend where fans from other teams are donating money to support charities, Minnesota Vikings fans are pouring money into Thomas Morstead’s foundation, What You Give Will Grow.Morstead made a touchdown-saving tackle on a punt return early in Sunday’s Divisional Playoff Game between New Orleans and Minnesota. (read more)

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Now that the NBA season has hit its second half and the trade deadline is mere weeks away, rumors of deals are starting to heat up around the water cooler.Some teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers will look to be active as a way to sell off contracts for a run in free agency this summer. (read more)

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Eagles fans are known for going to great lengths to defend their home field and support their team, but one particular fan did something that wasn’t in the spirit of competition during Saturday’s divisional-round game against the Falcons, and he paid for it.22-year-old Taylor Hendricks was ejected from the game at Lincoln Financial Field for being intoxicated and not having a ticket, according to (read more)

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Saints head coach Sean Payton attempted to poke fun at the Vikings late in Saturday’s divisional-round game against the Vikings, and it backfired big-time.Payton was seen doing the Vikings’ ‘Skol’ clap after the team kicked what could have been the game-winning field goal with 25 seconds remaining, which you can see below. (read more)

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