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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
The Boston Celtics are surging upward. By contrast, the Chicago Bulls are in free-fall, having lost 6 of 10, choking to death on poor motivation, star ego, terrible offense, a misfit coach and (sadly, for me) the slow angry death of Rajon Rondo’s NBA career.
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Recap: Celtics get robbed in Chicago before the All-Star Game
It was only last year that the English Premier League had a Cinderella story playing out in real life. Instead of the usual teams jockeying for the top spot, newly-promoted Leicester City was in first place and showed little inclination in ceding their lead.
The rise and fall of Leicester City
I guess it was inevitable, since the Eagles have not had a ticket price increase since 2014, but the timing is questionable after a 7-9 season. The average cost of a ticket is going up $7, from $99 to $106. The biggest ticket price hike will be $15 for some of the lower level seats, while the smallest increase will be $5 per ticket
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.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was stuck between a rock and a hard place when his teammates began announcing that they wouldn’t celebrate their Super Bowl LI win with President Donald Trump at the White House. On one hand, Brady is the team’s leader on offense, and has always stood by his teammates, first and foremost. On the other hand, Brady is a friend of Trump, and he’s a pretty important person right now in this country
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Tom Brady doesn’t see an issue with teammates skipping White House visit
Last season, in 82 games, the San Antonio Spurs finished with 18 alley-oop dunks. This season, through just 54 games, the Spurs have not only doubled that amount, but they’ve already completed 39 total alley-oop dunks.
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The Spurs are a Top-10 Alley-oop Dunking Team
Shortly before their Grammys debacle ( it wasn’t good, friends ), Metallica and the San Francisco Giants announced tickets were on sale for the fifth annual Metallica Day. That’s right, as the Giants play host to the reigning World Champion Chicago Cubs August 7, the Bay-area rockers will be celebrated with their own special day at AT&T Park. In the past, members of the 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were on hand to throw out the first pitch and perform the national anthem.
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Giants Announce Annual Metallica Night
Not too many people could pull off the look that rapper/producer Cee Lo Green did at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. Green rocked a golden outfit that made him look like a robot wearing pajamas. Yeah, I guess that’s probably the best way to sum it up