1. Chase Headley Is Poised To Have a Breakout Season

    Spring training is where a player in a certain sport gets back to playing shape. When preseason games are being played, the players only play half of the games. Chase Headley looks almost in midseason shape...

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  2. San Diego Padres' Minimum Wage Players Will Get Minimum Results in 2010

    With the way the San Diego Padres finished last year, you would think that their prospects would look better this season. They closed out 2009 with a 37-25 record, good enough for fifth in Major League Baseball...

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  3. Donovan McNabb Traded To the Washington Redskins: Could Andy Reid Be Next?

    Recently, I wrote an opinion piece on people leaving Donovan McNabb alone. I know as a writer I'm not supposed to use cliches, but in this case, "be careful what you wish for, you just might get it"...

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  4. Maryland's 24-Year Wound That Fails To Heal: Remembering Len "Frosty" Bias

    I write this with a heavy heart. Not because I am Maryland fan (Georgetown is my school) but because I was HIS fan. I am from HIS area (Southeast DC and Prince George's County) and I really know what HIS death meant us...

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  5. Attention, Philadelphia: Leave Donovan McNabb Alone

    Donovan McNabb has endured things that no professional football player should ever have to, especially one that has been successfull on and off the field like he has been...

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  6. Allen Iverson Is His Own Worse Enemy

    A word to all young people out there, years of hard living will eventually catch up to you. You cannot be young forever. Allen Iverson is finding that out right now...

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  7. Tiger Woods Needs To Thank Kobe Bryant for Keeping His Nike Endorsement

    Tiger Woods’ press conference two weeks ago served two purposes: First and most obvious was to clean up his image. The second purpose, which I feel has not been picked up, has been to save what endorsements he has left...

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  8. Chargers Need a New Coach: Why Not Hire Bill Cowher?

    The Chargers latest post season choke happened yet again. This time at the hands of the New York Jets 17-14 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, Calif. Everyone wants to blame All-Pro kicker Nate Kaeding for the loss and rightfully so...

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  9. San Diego Chargers: Great Regular Season Team, Choke Playoff Squad

    Forget the 11 game win streak, the Pro Bowl nominations, the home field advantage, and the number two seed in the AFC playoffs. When it counts, and the game is on the line, the Chargers choked, yet again, 17-14 against the upstart New York Jets...

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  10. The Downfall of Prep Basketball

    Jeremy Tyler, a big man from San Diego who is regarded as the the top player in his class, will skip his upcoming senior season for greener pastures in Europe...

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  11. Paul Williams: The Most Avoided Fighter in the Welterweight Divison

    Allow me to reintroduce myself, my name is Paul—Paul Williams to be exact. My nickname is "The Punisher." I have been solid from 147 pounds to 160 pounds. No one wants to fight me though...

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  12. The Top Five Feature BacksiIn NFL History Over 30

    After reading an article earlier, here on B/R, about a running back from San Francisco, it got me thinking about a comment that was made, feature backs in the national football league have a short shelf life...

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  13. The Welterweight Divison in Boxing Needs a Tournament

    I awoke this morning and went to the gym with my wife like I always do. I was doing another morning ritual while I warming up on the treadmill; watching ESPN, and who is getting interviewed? To my surprise, Sugar Shane Mosley...

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  14. Was Manny Ramirez Unjustly Suspended?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have started the 2009 baseball season well. They have set the major league record for most consecutive home wins to start out the season with 13. They're leading the National League West again and are having fun...

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  15. The Strongest and Most Compelling Story in the NFL Draft

    Micheal Oher is the No. 1 player in college football. Not for the x's and o's but because he has the best feel good story of any college athlete in tommorows NFL draft. Oher is the most desreving player in the draft...

    Jarred Powell Written by Jarred Powell about 5 years ago 4,203 reads 3 comments

  16. Will The Lord Of The Rings, Kobe Bryant, Retake His Rightful Place?

    Kobe Bryant's career had been full of highs and lows. He started out being drafted in the first round out of high school by the Charlotte Hornets. Then he was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers on the same night...

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  17. "Stephen A. Smith to Leave ESPN: End Of an Era

    Today I received a twitter message on my cell that came from sports journalist, and ESPN NBA analyst, Stephen A Smith. He confirmed that the rumors were true, and that his last day with ESPN would be on May 1, 2009...

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  18. Bernard Hopkins: Leader of the OId School

    Today in sports, athletes are able to have longevity in their careers in large part because of changes and advancements in medicine...

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  19. 2009 NFL Draft: San Diego Chargers

    The San Diego Chargers ended the 2008 NFL season with a playoff lost to the eventual Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers. The Chargers had an overall record of 8-8 and won another AFC West title...

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