1. Ronnie Brown Done for 2009?

    Profootballtalk.com is reporting that Miami Dolphins Ronnie Brown could be out for the rest of the season. Brown left Sundays game with an injured foot, something that was initially thought to be just a high ankle sprain...

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  2. Do The Mets Want to Win?

    Really, it’s a serious question. Do the New York Mets really want to be a winning team? Mets-hire-Jauss-as-new-bench-coach">Ken Rosenthal of FOXsports...

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  3. Bills Fire Jauron, Did Bud Adams Help?

    The Buffalo Bills announced today that they were firing head coach Dick Jauron after another poor start. It’s really no surprise as the Bills are 3-6 and have never been better then 7-9 during his three and a half year tenure...

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  4. Matt Holliday Sweepstakes

    I’ve begun to wonder what teams are actually interested in the services of Matt Holliday. The reason is that some very important MLB general managers have already said they aren’t interested...

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  5. AI – On The Move, Again

    Looks like The Answer, Allen Iverson will be hitting the open market, again. The Memphis Grizzlies waved the disgruntled guard today, saying it was a mutual decision...

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  6. Dining with Danilo

    Since the day he was draft, New York Knicks fans such as myself have had high hopes for Danilo Gallinari. At the same time we also had many doubts, you know with the previous Knicks drafts not going so well...

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  7. Chris Coghlan – National League Rookie of the Year

    The Florida Marlins once again have produced the National League Rookie of the Year, this time it was outfielder Chris Coghlan. You know what that means? In four to five years, he’ll be traded to a contending team due to financial constraints...

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  8. Lyon Looking for Multiple Years

    Detroit Tigers reliever Brandon Lyons is looking for a multi-year deal this offseason. Buster Olney of ESPN says that the relief pitcher is open to various roles if it helps him get what he ...

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  9. Health Scare for Dampier

    Dallas Mavericks center Erick Dampier suffered a pretty big health scare before tonight’s game against the Detroit Pistons. The Mavs center felt dizzy and lightheaded before the game while participating in layup drills...

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  10. Painful Day for NFL Rushers

    It was a painful Sunday in the NFL for some of the leagues top running backs. Four, yes four impact players suffered injuries on the field, they include Julius Jones, Brian Westbrook, Cedric Benson and Ronnie Brown...

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  11. Week Eleven Flex

    It’s that point in the NFL season where NBC can start to flex their muscle and change the NFL schedule. The first game that can be flexed out this year is in Week Eleven. NBC has to make their decision by tomorrow, November 10th...

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  12. Winn Hits Free Agency

    While there has been on official announcement, Andrew Baggarly of the Mercury News reports that the San Francisco Giants have told Randy Winn to look for new employment...

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  13. McGrady Plans His Return

    Houston Rockets forward Tracy McGrady is finally ready to play some basketball again. The former NBA star has declared himself ready to return to the court on November 18th against ...

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  14. Busy Start for the Red Sox

    You can tell when the New York Yankees and/or Boston Red Sox are upset with how their seasons turned out. They come out guns blazing and that’s exactly what the Red Sox have done...

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  15. Twins Look For Pitching

    The Minnesota Twins are one of the many teams in Major League Baseball that are looking for starting pitching this off season. The Twins also have other needs but already started to address those (i...

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  16. Tim Lincecum – Are You Really Surprised?

    So San Francisco Giants’ pitcher Tim Lincecum, big deal right? Nah, not really. Lots of athletes smoke marijuana so we really shouldn’t take this too seriously...

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  17. Week 9 NFL Picks

    I’m hoping I do a lot better with my Week 9 NFL Picks then I did last week. Week 8 was exactly what I said it would be, unpredictable and because of that it was my first poor showing of the year...

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  18. Phillies Keep One, Dump One

    The Philadelphia Phillies are wasting no time making personnel moves. Not even two full days since they lost to the New York Yankees in the World Series, they’ve picked up one players option and informed another he’ll be let go...

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  19. NFL Power Rankings Week 9

    It was a wild weekend in the NFL, that’s all I can really think of to say about it. Let’s just get right into the Week 9 NFL Power Rankings. 1. New Orleans Saints (7-0) 2...

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  20. Rudy Gay to Hit Free Agency

    It looks more and more like Memphis Grizzlies forward Rudy Gay will be hitting free agency next summer. There’s only a couple more hours till the midnight deadline for an extension and the two sides have ceased negotiations...

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  21. Cubbies Keep Busy During the Series

    The Chicago Cubs have been keeping busy during the World Series. They’ve been talking with many teams about disgruntled outfielder Milton Bradley. Now they’re close to resigning one of their big bullpen pieces, John Grabow...

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  22. Cheatings Its More Then Just Steroids

    There is no doubt that the Steroid Era has had a huge effect on baseball over the past two decades. Power numbers have risen, legacies of Hall-of-Famers destroyed and the continuous doubt about our favorite players...

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  23. Halloween and Baseball

    So Game 3 of the World Series takes place today, on Halloween. It’s a little late for baseball but the setting for tonight’s game actually fits...

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  24. Trade Winds Swirling in the Windy City

    There’s one thing that is no secret this off season and that’s the Chicago Cubs desire to trade Milton Bradley. In fact the Cubs have plenty of teams that are interested in his services...

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  25. And the Hot Stove Begins

    The World Series isn’t even over yet and the Hot Stove action has begun in Major League Baseball. Seems a little early to have the announcements of free agent signings but hey the San Francisco Giants got a lot of work to do...

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