Monthly Archives: April 2018

Gronk the horse has setback, may miss Kentucky Derby

Gronk has had a setback. This has nothing to do with Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s back. According to Jon Lees of RacingPost.com, the horse named Gronkowski has suffered a problem, which could keep him from running in the Kentucky … Continue reading

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The Browns selected Baker Mayfield, and the Giants took Saquon Barkley.

Not that it matters to ESPN, but it didn’t take long for Alex Rodriguez to remind his latest TV employers of what they blissfully try to ignore: Rodriguez is full of it. Not only is he a proven liar with … Continue reading

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The Tampa Bay Lightning offense was supposed to give the Devils fits.

In the end, it was the Lightning defense that ended the Devils’ playoff hopes. The Devils’ lone goal came late in the third period while trailing by two goals, and they struggled to generate offense in a 3-1 loss to the … Continue reading

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Texans players downplay Bob McNair’s recent remarks

Game Mens Cameron Erving Jersey When Texans owner Bob McNair recently said that the only thing he regrets about last year’s inmates running the prison kerfuffle was apologizing for the comments, all eyes and ears shifted to the potential reaction … Continue reading

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Allen Hurns: I won’t wear 88 in Dallas, they should retire it

The Cowboys have released wide receiver Dez Bryant, weeks after signing wide receiver Allen Hurns. Hurns wore No. 88 in Jacksonville, the number Bryant wore in Dallas. So does Hurns have his jersey number now? He posted an Instagram story … Continue reading

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Hall has goal, 2 assists as Devils rally past Lightning, 5-2

With the New Jersey Devils’ first playoff appearance since 2012 starting to look like an early exit, Taylor Hall came up big — just like he has done all season. Hall had a goal and two assists, setting up Stefan … Continue reading

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The Giants cut ties with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie this spring, leaving a void as far as experience, depth and ability at the nickel back role.

They made a move Thursday to fill that hole, signing William Gay, an 11-year veteran who, at 33, is actually two years older than Rodgers-Cromartie. With Janoris Jenkins and Eli Apple returning and not much behind them, finding capable bodies … Continue reading

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A former Miami Dolphins cheerleader filed a complaint against the team and the NFL on Thursday alleging that she was discriminated against because of her Christian beliefs.

Even when Ware wrote a blog post for the Dolphins’ website, all mentions of her faith were removed except for a general reference to God, according to The Washington Post. In her complaint, Ware stated that she was treated differently … Continue reading

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Cowboys hoping a top player at a position of need falls into their lap at No. 19

The Cowboys have the 19th overall pick, one of their 10 choices, which gives them flexibility to move up or down. But Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admits he likes the way the draft is starting to fall, with four quarterbacks, … Continue reading

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Ray Lewis has a theory about OBJ, but it’s unclear what the theory is

Too many in sports media (or really in any media) believe that it’s not what you say but how you say it. Substance routinely takes a backseat to delivery; if it seems like someone knows what they’re talking about, the … Continue reading

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