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CURITIBA, BRAZIL – MAY 13: Cris Cyborg Justino of Brazil weighs in during the UFC 198 weigh-in at Arena da Baixada stadium on May 13, 2016 in Curitiba, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images) The UFC’s newly-created women’s featherweight division just got a whole lot more interesting. The greatest female fighter of all-time, Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino, has been cleared by the USADA of a potential anti-doping violation
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Cris Cyborg Cleared To Fight Again
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has never been afraid to speak his mind. Popovich is known for his curt in-game interviews, but he has regularly criticized President Trump and his supporters in lengthy statements to the media. Before Monday’s game against the Pacers, Popovich was asked about the perspective he gained from growing up near the African-American community of Gary, Indiana, and the Air Force Academy graduate took the opportunity to speak about President Trump again.
Minnesota Wild (33-11-5) 71pts 1st in the Central 3.33 Goals For Per Game (4th in the NHL) 2.22 Goals Against Per Game (2nd in the NHL) 21.3% Power Play (10th in the NHL) 83.8% Penalty Kill (6th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 12G 31A = 43pts 2.
The Indianapolis Colts are diving into the search for Ryan Grigson’s replacement as general manager. The team announced Wednesday that six candidates will receive interviews for the open position. Jim Irsay plans to interview 6 GM candidates: https://t.co/Om62IhnB94 pic.twitter.com/5vfxvneQv2 — Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) January 25, 2017 Over the next week, the Colts will interview Kansas City Chiefs director of football operations Chris Ballard, Seattle Seahawks co-directors of player personnel Scott Fitterer and Trent Kirchner, Minnesota Vikings assistant general manager George Paton, Colts vice president of football operations Jimmy Raye III and Green Bay Packers director of football operations Eliot Wolf
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Colts to interview Vikings Assistant GM
Winners of Day 2 North Practice: Eastern Washington WR Cooper Kupp, West Virginia CB Rasul Douglas, Temple LB Haason Reddick, and Boston College SAF John Johnson. By: Eric Galko (QB/RB/LB), Christian Page (OL/DL) Austin Baumer (WR/DB), Derrik Klassen (WR/DB) Quarterbacks -There’s a really unexciting yet important quarterback battle between Pittsburgh’s Nathan Peterman and Iowa’s CJ Beathard. One of these two will end up as top-three round considered quarterbacks just based on recent history, and the smart money is on Peterman for now. Peterman works best on film, and did today, when he’s working on shorter routes, outside throws under 15 yards and with timing throws in the middle of the field
2017 Senior Bowl: North Roster Day 2 Practice Report
Contributor: Nolan Howell A definitive winner was not in the cards Saturday night in Brooklyn, but WBC super middleweight titleholder Badou Jack and IBF champion James DeGale put on a show in a great fight that went to a majority draw. DeGale controlled early with a first-round knockdown and Jack took a round or two to recover before gaining momentum. DeGale was timed on the awkward angles he landed from early and Jack seemed to connect anytime DeGale came too close.
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Recap: Jack, DeGale draw in Early FOTY Contender
The Derrick Rose saga surrounding his odd disappearance from the New York Knicks this week continues to get stranger by the minute. For those out of the loop, Rose simply missed his team’s game a few days ago without explanation.
That was a big week for the Cavaliers. a 3-1 week to push their record to 28-8, keeping their lead on the East, and a midweek trade that could well swing the balance of power further into the balance of the defending world champions. Let’s have a look at how the week went down
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Wine And Gold Weekly; Week 11
The Dallas Cowboys have finished the regular season with a franchise tying 13-3 record. All sights are now focused on the playoffs and getting two more wins to get to the Super Bowl in Houston. As for the game, it had the feel of a glorified preseason game, which was expected.
Quick Thoughts on Cowboys Final Game