Monthly Archives: October 2016

Minton said of the American sports betting market

The other three bookmakers nodded in agreement. If games are being fixed, no one’s seeing it in Las Vegas. Nevertheless, nearly a century after the infamous Black Sock scandal of 1919, the negative link between gambling and game integrity remains … Continue reading

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Defensive-minded NFC West looking for more offense during training camp

A couple of NFC West teams made big strides to improve their defenses this offseason, and training camp brings the opportunity to put it all together and start to get a sense of what to expect for the season. The … Continue reading

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Tony Dungy Pro Football Hall of Fame speech

Tony Dungy Pro Football Hall of Fame speech: ‘I cherish every single relationship that I was able to make over those 31 years’ In 2006, Tony Dungy became the first African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl. Ten years … Continue reading

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Broncos release Mark Sanchez after lackluster preseason

Heading into training camp, Mark Sanchez was expected to be the Denver Broncos’ starting quarterback this season. But now he’s played himself out of a job. The Broncos have released Sanchez after they were unable to find a trade partner, … Continue reading

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Colin Kaepernick joined by 49ers teammate Eric Reid in national anthem protest

Colin Kaepernick has dominated the news this week after his decision to remain seated during the national anthem in Week 3 of the preseason became public. This week, when the Niners took on the Chargers, Kaepernick was not alone in … Continue reading

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The Rams aren’t in St. Louis anymore, but they still own the Seahawks after 9-3 win

Todd Gurley promised Rams fans a win this week after the team got shut out in Week 1 against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football, and Los Angeles delivered. It was Pete Carroll’s first game back in the … Continue reading

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The Pittsburgh Pirates placed the reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen

Menu Pittsburgh, – The Pittsburgh Pirates placed the reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen on the 15-day disabled list on Monday, retroactive to Aug. 4, due to a fractured left rib. The Pirates had been trying to avoid placing McCutchen … Continue reading

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LeBron wants on his team, and LeBron gets what he wants

Since the beginning of the NBA offseason, we’ve been wondering if the Timberwolves move Kevin, who has one year left on his contract and would prefer to spend his future somewhere that isn’t Minnesota. Timberwolves owner now says that although … Continue reading

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punishable by up to four years prison

MUSKEGON — Muskegon police officer Officer Dent choked up as he described the moments leading up to the severe beating of fellow officer and ‘s fatal shooting of -. Dent testified Thursday at the 60th District Court preliminary examination for … Continue reading

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political philosopher Berlin lay on his deathbed

October 1997, as the political philosopher Berlin lay on his deathbed , he received a short note from Britain’s new prime minister. What intrigued was Berlin’s celebrated distinction between two kinds of – between the simple negative of the individual … Continue reading

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