1. Brady Quinn Wins Round Three In Cleveland Browns QB Derby

    And the winner of Round Three of the Cleveland Browns Quarterback Derby: Brady Quinn. Quinn continued his steady play Saturday night against the Tennessee Titans...

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  2. Derek Anderson Wins Round Two in Cleveland Browns QB Competition

    Round Two of the Cleveland Browns Quarterback derby goes to Derek Anderson, I guess. Getting the start against the mighty Lions of Detroit, Anderson connected on 8-13 passes for 130 ...

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  3. Greg Paulus Adds Division 1 Quarterback To His Resume

    I'm sure most people were shocked and probably a little annoyed when they heard Greg Paulus was named the staring QB at Syracuse. After all, it's in vogue to hate on the Duke basketball program these days, particularly their white players...

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  4. Brady Quinn Wins Round One in Cleveland Browns' Quarterback Competition

    Round One of the epic battle for staring quarterback of the Cleveland Browns goes to Brady Quinn. Somehow, it was decisively. While Quinn didn’t do anything particularly great, he was at least solid in two drives against the Packers...

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  5. New Faces in New Places: Five Defensive Coordinators to Watch in '09

    A new football season means change for teams around the NFL. New players, new coaches, and new systems bring a sense of optimism for teams looking to improve...

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  6. Brady Quinn Should Start From Day One

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  7. A Look at the Cleveland Cavaliers' Offseason

    Despite the Cleveland Cavaliers setting a franchise record with 66 wins and sweeping the first two rounds of the postseason, it became obvious during the Eastern Conference Finals with the Orlando ...

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  8. Lakers Take a Step Backward In Acquiring Ron Artest

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  9. A Late Night Phone Call with Danny Ferry and LeBron James (Part I)

    (Late Thursday night, a phone rings in a luxurious mansion near Akron.) LeBron James: “Chosen One speaking.” Danny Ferry: “LeBron, it’s Danny, how.....

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  10. Pop Quiz: NBA Postseason Recap (Part II)

    Part Two: 6. Which player had a breakout postseason in 2009? A. Mo Williams B. Rodney Stuckey C. Carmelo Anthony D. Adam Morrison The correct response is C...

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  11. Pop Quiz: NBA Postseason Recap (Part One)

    As a college graduate (heading back to school) watching the NBA playoffs, I couldn’t help but question the importance of a college degree. Don’t get me wrong...

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  12. Mike Brown: From Coach of the Year to the Hot Seat?

    During Game Four of the NBA Finals, it was reported on the ticker that Mike Brown would be returning to coach the Cleveland Cavaliers next season...

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  13. Free Agents Cavs Must Target This Summer

    There’s no denying the fact that the Cleveland Cavaliers were rudely exposed by the Orlando Magic in the Eastern Conference finals...

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  14. Magic-Lakers, NBA Finals Game Three: What Orlando Did To Win

    The Orlando Magic trail 2-1 heading into Game Four of the NBA Finals. Had it not been for a couple of missed opportunities—ahem, Courtney Lee!—the Magic could very easily be holding a 2-1 advantage...

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  15. Tom Glavine's Release Serves as Reminder: Baseball Is a Business

    We live in a "what have you done for me lately" society. As sports fans, we tend to forget the past in favor of the present or future, and we have every right to do so...

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