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Defensive end is a position that stands out as an area of immediate need for the New Orleans Saints going into the 2017 offseason, more specifically the side opposite Cameron Jordan. Jordan ironically said recently he actually wants the team to add some cornerbacks, likely to help give the defensive line those few precious extra seconds to get after the quarterback. I agree with both of those being I love the defensive aspect of football, but I also know how important having the right pieces on offense can be and it all starts up front with the offensive line
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Guard Spot Could Get Expensive For Saints In Free Agency
FINAL RECAP WITH HIGHLIGHTS: Stephen Curry’s Deep 3s Drown Orlando Magic (18-28), Warriors (38-6) Win, 118-98
This is a continuation of the halftime recap of the Golden State Warriors at the Orlando Magic . The game was tied, 50-50, at halftime. Q3: Steph From Deep Serge Ibaka and Nikola Vucevic drew first blood to take a 55-50 lead out of the gate, and Stephen Curry committed the Warriors’ 13th turnover getting stuck in a double-team.
Lawsuits cost the U.S. economy a whopping $239 billion each year, and they’ve cost the National Football League a pretty penny as well. In some cases, we’re talking millions of dollars for a single settlement.
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Each NFL team’s worst lawsuit in their history
[EDITOR’S NOTE: Former Celtics Town contributors Thomas King (@celticstown) and Jordan Higgs (@EreJordan) have woken up from their Boston Celtics blogging hibernation and will now be contributing to Red’s Army on a weekly basis. In the first edition of ‘Two Guys, One Column’ the pair will take a look back at the Boston Celtics 109-102 victory over the Indiana Pacers Thursday night, discussing some key takeaways from the win and what it means for the Celtics moving forward.] Jordan Higgs: Alright Tommy, the Celtics won their fourth in a row last night and it’s time we answer a question I’m sure many folks have: which uniforms are worse–the Indiana Pacers Hoosier Throwbacks or the Boston Celtics Grey Pajamas? Thomas King: Both uniforms are epically ugly, but I’m giving the Pacers a pass for two reasons: 1) throwback jerseys are supposed to be kind of ugly–that’s part of their charm.
Many NFL draft experts believe Wisconsin Badgers left tackle Ryan Ramczyk is likely a high-round draft pick for the 2017 NFL Draft. It has led to plenty of speculation over his future at the University of Wisconsin. That speculation may be put to rest for good, as it is being reported that the junior will undergo surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip after the Cotton Bowl is done.
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REPORT: Ryan Ramczyk to undgergo surgery following Cotton Bowl
Heading into the great white north, the Colts must fight and claw just to have a shot at the playoffs. Having let go of the chance to control their own destiny by getting beat in an embarrassing game against the Texans. (the score wasn’t that bad it’s just embarrassing anytime you lose to the Texans
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Colts Authority Notebook: Land of Lakes and a Great Defense
The Celtics came into Miami expecting to face an injury-depleted Heat squad and pull off a (relatively) easy win. They didn’t quite get their wish. But Boston sealed this 112-104 victory as a full team effort with 7 players in double figures
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Recap: Celtics outgun, out-grind the Heat
Don’t tell Aaron Rodgers that the Green Bay Packers are done. The MVP quarterback believes the Packers, who have lost four straight and five of the last six games, can win out to end the 2016 season. “I feel like we can run the table, I really do,” Rodgers said on Wednesday, according to Rob Demovsky of ESPN
Thunder star Russell Westbrook is all business when he steps on the court, and he’s not really interested in chatting it up with his opponents. Luol Deng apparently wasn’t aware of that, as he tried to approach Westbrook while he was walking away during Tuesday’s game.
Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman has been suspended without pay for the next four games for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing drugs, the team announced Monday . Freeman, 30, has started every game at inside linebacker for the Bears this season, posting 69 tackles and three pass deflections. He will be eligible to return on Monday, Dec.