Monthly Archives: April 2018

Troy Aikman sees another frontier beyond TV

Matt Millen. John Elway. John Lynch. Troy Aikman? The Hall of Fame quarterback, who retired after the 2000 season, apparently has the itch to run an NFL team. That’s what he suggested during a recent appearance on The Doomsday Podcast … Continue reading

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Family of Aaron Feis, Parkland students to announce some Dolphins picks

The Dolphins made a connection with the community at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida following February’s shooting at the school that killed 17 students and staff and that connection will continue at next week’s NFL Draft. Eighteen … Continue reading

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Jim McElwain: Excited to learn from Jim Harbaugh, help Michigan WRs

For the first time in a decade, Jim McElwain isn’t in charge of an offense or a full team, and the new Michigan assistant coach said he’s content to be learning in the background this spring. McElwain coached wide receivers … Continue reading

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Closer Carousel: Giles, Peacock or Devenski? Making sense of the Astros’ bullpen

Fantasy managers had every reason to be excited about Houston Astros right-hander Ken Giles, making him one of the top-5 closers in ESPN average live drafts and a top-100 pick overall. Now Giles is among the pitchers on the most … Continue reading

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Locastro first met Miller when the receiver was in the seventh grade and headed to Christian Brothers High School.

Game Geno Smith Jersey Miller came in as a freshman, undersized and maybe 105 pounds, but always the first player on the field for practice and the last to leave. He saw someone who enjoyed football so much that Miller’s … Continue reading

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Dolphins local pro day brings better crowd than most

Each team in the NFL gets to bring 30 players in for pre-draft visits, along with a separate cattle call workout for any local prospects. Limited Wilt Chamberlain Jersey Limited Al Davis Jersey For some teams, that’s more valuable than … Continue reading

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Brice Butler agrees to two-year deal with Cardinals

Brice Butler has found a new home. He will sign a two-year deal with the Cardinals, James Jones of NFL Media reports. Butler, 28, visited Arizona on Monday. Seattle, Chicago and Jacksonville also showed interest. Butler declared in January he … Continue reading

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Braves’ Foltynewicz aims for another win over Nationals ace

Elite Kids Henrik Sedin Jersey Having already beaten one of the Washington Nationals’ star pitchers last week, Atlanta’s Mike Foltynewicz will try to top the other one Tuesday night. Foltynewicz, who outpitched Max Scherzer in the Braves’ 7-1 win last … Continue reading

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Beltre’s hit was his 3,053rd in the majors.

The left-hander recorded his first eight outs by strikeout. He yielded Chad Pinder’s homer in the third and twice pitched out of jams while relying primarily on his cutter and changeup. Eight of his strikeouts came via the two pitches. … Continue reading

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Can Rutgers revive pass rush in 2018 Defensive line must fix ‘one of our biggest weaknesses’

Mens Casey Hayward Jersey Outside of Rutgers ‘ defensive line room, the pressing concern about the unit is depth. Internally The Scarlet Knights are concerned about getting to the quarterback – something they have struggled mightily with recently. Curtain calls … Continue reading

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