1. Why Peyton Manning Is the NFL Player of the Decade

    There have been many great players to play in the NFL over the past 10 years: Tom Brady, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Walter Jones, Brett Favre, LaDainian Tomlinson, and Michael Strahan, to name a few...

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  2. Seattle Mariners Take Step Backwards by Acquiring Milton Bradley

    After making major moves this offseason by acquiring 3B Chone Figgins and P Cliff Lee, the Seattle Mariners made another move that will hopefully pay off in the long run...

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  3. Seattle Mariners Gearing Up to Win One for Ken Griffey Jr.

    The Seattle Mariners are among three MLB teams that have never been to the World Series. This season, they are hoping that will all change...

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  4. Breaking Down The 2010 NFL Hall of Fame Semi-Finalists

    Only 253 people have the illustrious honor to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. And on February 6th, that group will grow...

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  5. Twins' New Look Emphasizes New Era in Minnesota Baseball

    Not much has changed for the Minnesota Twins over the past two decades. They have played in the same stadium, have been owned by the same family, have had the same uniforms, and have had only two different managers...

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  6. Getting To Know Vikings Linebacker Jasper Brinkley

    When Minnesota Vikings linebacker EJ Henderson was lost for the season due to injury in 2008, the Vikings re-acquired Napoleon Harris, who was sent to the Vikings by the Oakland Raiders with a first-round pick for WR Randy Moss in 2005...

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  7. One-On-One With Minnesota Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman

    Chuck Foreman was a groundbreaker. The 1973 Rookie of the Year with the Minnesota Vikings, Foreman spent seven of his eight pro seasons with the Vikings, leading them to three Super Bowls during the 1970s...

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  8. How Good ARE the Minnesota Vikings?

    Usually, when you are 10-2, you don't get asked that question. It was one year ago today that the Arizona Cardinals clinched their first NFC West title, and the first time they had seen the playoffs since 1998...

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  9. Which is the Heaviest Team in the NFL?

    Since the dawn of time, people have preached that size matters (minus one green alien on the planet Dagobah...) That, however, is not the case...

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  10. Vikings' Wide Out Rice Earns NFC Offensive Player Of The Week Honors

    Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice was awarded the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Detroit Lions...

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  11. Denard Span in Centerfield: The Way It Was Meant To Be for Twins

    When the Minnesota Twins drafted Torii Hunter in the 1993 MLB Draft, there was no question that he would become Kirby Puckett's replacement in center field for the Twins. Hunter was selected with the 20th overall pick out of Pine Bluff (AR) High School...

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  12. What's Next for Larry Johnson?

    Seventy-five yards is all that ex-Kansas City Chief Larry Johnson needed to become the franchise's all-time leading rusher. Not that it would have mattered anyways...

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  13. Griffey Farewell Tour Back for an Encore in Seattle

    The Kid isn't done yet. After signing with the Seattle Mariners, the team he spent his first 11 seasona with, during the 2008 off season, many baseball fans thought that it would be their last chance to see Ken Griffey, Jr...

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  14. Michael Vick Has Options After the 2009 Season

    In an age where the "Wildcat" offense is emerging, the Philadelphia Eagles have the perfect wildcat player. And they are not using him...

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  15. Minnesota Twins Trade OF Carlos Gomez to Milwaukee Brewers

    The Twins wasted no time making offseason moves, dealing CF Carlos Gomez to the Milwaukee Brewers for SS JJ Hardy. Gomez, who was acquired in the 2007 Johan Santana trade, had 900 AB for the Twins during his two years in Minnesota...

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  16. New York Yankees Cash In For World Series No. 27*

    As many people at the beginning of the 2009 season predicted, the New York Yankees have returned to glory to win their 27th World Series. But this one shouldn't count...

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  17. Packer Fans: It Takes a Waffle to Know a Waffle

    For the past decade-and-a-half, Sunday afternoons in Wisconsin have sounded something like this: "Our Favre, Who art in Lambeau, Hallowed be thine arm. The bowl will come, It will be won. In (insert Super Bowl city here) as it is in Lambeau...

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  18. Contrary to Published Reports, Former Viking Orlando Thomas Is Not Dead

    The NFL world was shocked Wednesday evening when it was reported that former Minnesota Vikings player Orlando Thomas had passed away at the age of 37 after a four-year battle with ALS...

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  19. Gophers Star WR Eric Decker Done for the Year

    Despite opening a state-of-the-art stadium this season, life hasn't been easy for Gopher fans this season. After starting the season a promising 2-0, the Gophers have lost four of their last six games and have seen their offense sputter as of late...

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  20. Whatever Happened to: The 2002 Minnesota Twins

    The 2002 Minnesota Twins, revamped with young players, won their first division title in over a decade. The Twins gave their fans many reasons to cheer, including an appearance in the 2002 ALCS...

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  21. Remember Me? Alex Smith Named 49ers' Starting QB

    In the words of Texans DE Mario Williams, "Who?" Along with most of football nation, Williams was unsure who was taking the snaps during the second half of the Texans-Niners game on Sunday...

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  22. New York-Los Angeles: Yankees' Collapse Gives Angels New Life

    Since the New York Yankees' first year in 1913, they had been 30-0 when leading by three runs in the postseason. They are now 30-1...

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  23. Five Things the Twins Need To Do In The Offseason

    The thrills of 2009 are done. After clinching the AL Central in a one-game playoff, the Minnesota Twins were swept by the New York Yankees in the ALDS...

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  24. Jared Allen, Vikings Record Eight Sacks in Win Over Packers

    On primetime Monday Night Football, the Minnesota Vikings showed that they still have one of the premier defenses in the NFL...

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  25. Zack Greinke Looks to Keep Cy Young in AL Central

    In 2005, the Kansas City Royals were terrible. They placed 56-106, and were at the bottom of the AL Central. Royals "ace" Zack Greinke led the team in innings pitched (183.0), strikeouts (114), and games started (33)...

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