Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is the hottest commodity on the trade market right now, and it’s safe to say the team will get a good return on its former second-round draft pick. The free-agent market for quarterbacks is barren, and that gives the team a ton of leverage. Teams such as the Browns, 49ers, Bears and Broncos are all in need of a signal-caller, and the first three listed have expressed interest in acquiring Jimmy G
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CLEARWATER, Fla. – The odds say this wasn’t a preview.
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Alberto Tirado threw 14 pitches, five for strikes. He was lost.
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Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, when it’s all said and done, will certainly be in the top 10 of all-time discussion. So when he comments on who the other great signal-callers are, it’s wise to listen. Rodgers has went toe-to-toe against some of the best, including Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger
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With all the hype leading up to the NBA trade deadline, it’s safe to say Thursday failed to live up to expectations. P.J. Tucker being traded to the Raptors was the biggest trade of the day — along with Nerlens Noel to the Mavericks — and Paul George ended up staying put in Indiana
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CLEARWATER, Fla. – In late March of last year, Alec Asher got the news that he would start a third straight season at the double-A level. By mid-May, there was a call from the Major League Baseball Players Association telling the righthander, then 24, that he was about to be hit with an 80-game suspension for a failed drug test
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The NBA trade deadline officially passed Thursday at 2 PM CST. For some teams, activity took place, as teams either traded players or picks in different deals. For the San Antonio Spurs, they weren’t involved in any trade action publicly, as they look to continue the second half of their season with a roster that has given them the second best record in the NBA
Louisville head coach Rick Pitino was irate over some heckling from a UNC fan during halftime of Wednesday’s game at the Dean E. Smith Center. It’s unclear what the fan said to him, as Pitino did not reveal the details, but he did say he was upset because it was an adult doing the heckling, rather than a student