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  • KC radio host Kevin Kietzman faces backlash for personal criticism of Andy Reid

    Larry Brown Sports "Kansas City radio host Kevin Kietzman is facing backlash for his criticism of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, which ventured into a personal realm. Kietzman has been a host of “Between the Lines” on Sports Radio 810 WHB in Kansas City for over 20 years and is proud..." June 25

  • Derrius Guice Shares Heartbreaking News On 3-Year-Old Cousin Who Was Shot In The Head

    Total Pro Sports "This is absolutely tragic. Washington Redskins running back Derrius Guice took to social media over the weekend and shared the heartbreaking news that his 3-year-old cousin, Raydn, who had been fighting for his life after taking a gunshot to the head, ultimately lost his life because..." June 24

  • Sources: NFL expected to meet with Tyreek Hill this week

    Yahoo! Sports "Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill will meet with NFL investigators in Kansas City this week, multiple sources told Yahoo Sports. A few weeks ago, the Johnson County district attorney stated publicly that the criminal child abuse case involving Hill, who is still suspended..." June 24

  • What could a compromise between Matt LaFleur’s and Aaron Rodgers’ styles look like?

    ACME Packing Company "For the thousands of words written and spoken about it, the Matt LaFleur-Aaron Rodgers partnership stands in stark contrast to our legitimate, useful understanding of how the pairing fares to this point. From questions about audibles and worries about style, fans and observers are anxious to..." June 24

  • Amari Cooper To Play Without New Deal?

    Pro Football Rumors "The Cowboys and Amari Cooper have exchanged figures this offseason, but it doesn’t sound like there will be a new deal in place between now and September. In an appearance on ESPN (video link), Cooper indicated that he is willing to prove his value over the course a full..." June 24

  • Rays' Tyler Glasnow shut down 3 weeks with flexor inflammation

    The Score "Tyler Glasnow is no closer to returning to the Tampa Bay Rays' rotation. After experiencing discomfort during a throwing session in Oakland over the weekend, Glasnow was diagnosed with right flexor inflammation following an MRI, the..." June 25

  • Built for the Bronx? Jays trade chip Marcus Stroman loves the ‘bright lights’ of Yankees

    Toronto Sun "Marcus Stroman didn’t say he would look good in Yankees pinstripes — he had the good sense to stop short of making that proclamation. But only just. The Blue Jays starter — and clear ace of a beat-up Toronto starting staff — has pretty much resolved..." June 24

  • Phillies’ GM gives huge vote of confidence to Gabe Kapler

    Larry Brown Sports "The Philadelphia Phillies won’t be making a managerial change this season, according to their general manager. GM Matt Klentak said Monday that no staff changes will be made for the struggling Phillies, and Gabe Kapler will remain the team’s manager for the remainder of..." June 24

  • Mets fining, but will not suspend, Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas

    Sportsnaut "The New York Mets will not suspend manager Mickey Callaway or pitcher Jason Vargas for verbally attacking a journalist following Sunday’s loss to the Chicago Cubs. Instead, both will be fined for their actions, and the Mets say they are not expecting MLB to issue..." June 24

  • Phillies Nearing Deal With First-Rounder Bryson Stott

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Phillies expect to sign first-rounder Bryson Stott this week, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports. As the 14th overall pick, Stott’s slot comes with a recommended value of $4,036,800. Stott’s a 21-year-old shortstop from UNLV whom draft pundits ranked..." June 24

  • Blackhawks acquire Hurricanes’ Calvin de Haan in 4-player trade

    Chicago Sun-Times "The Blackhawks acquired defenseman Calvin de Haan and forward prospect Aleksi Saarela for goaltender Anton Forsberg and defenseman Gustav Forsling in an unexpected Monday night trade. The move continues an ongoing remodeling of the Hawks’ defensive corps following a rough..." June 24

  • Philadelphia Flyers Trade Ryan Hartman

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The Philadelphia Flyers have decided to move on from Ryan Hartman just a few months after acquiring him. The young forward is on his way to the Dallas Stars in exchange for Tyler Pitlick. Hartman is a restricted free agent this offseason, and was part of the deal that..." June 24

  • NHL rumors: Sharks' Joe Pavelski could meet with Stars, Lightning this week

    NBC Sports Bay Area "The Sharks' efforts to keep all of their free agents got harder this weekend when the NHL set next season's salary cap at $81.5 million, giving the team just under $15 million in salary-cap space with Joe Pavelski and Timo Meier, among others, set to hit unrestricted or..." June 24

  • NHL’s Top 12 UFAs of 2019

    Sportsnet "Did John Tavares and his $77-million sweepstakes open his UFA followers’ eyes for what might be possible if you peek beyond the curtain? The summer of 2019 will deliver no shortage of star power, as a two-time Vezina winner, a finalist for three major 2018-19 trophies,..." June 24

  • P.K. Subban is now the most expensive NHL player to be traded, twice

    Yahoo! Sports "For the second time in three years, P.K. Subban has accomplished something that no other player in the history of the NHL has ever been able to do. And he didn’t even have to lift a muscle to do it. The New Jersey Devils made a splash on Day 2 of the NHL Draft,..." June 24

  • Miami running back Asa Martin enters transfer portal just six months after coming to UM

    Miami Herald "The Asa Martin era for the Miami Hurricanes might be coming to an end just six months after it began. Martin, who transferred to Miami in January after a frustrating freshman season with the Auburn Tigers, has entered his name into the transfer portal, a Hurricanes athletic spokesman..." June 24

  • Former Florida LB Rayshad Jackson headed to UNLV

    College Football Talk "Former Florida linebacker Rayshad Jackson will graduate transfer to UNLV, the player has announced. “I would like to announce that I am finishing my last year of eligibility as a grad transfer at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas,” he wrote in an iPhone note..." June 24

  • Report: Florida State AD explains how Jimbo Fisher 'pulled the ripcord' in final season

    CBS Sports "After going 5-7 in his first season at Florida State and overseeing the end of the program's 36-season bowl streak come to an end, predictably, there are a lot of Florida State fans who have already given up on Willie Taggart. If the Seminoles don't turn things around quickly in 2019,..." June 24

  • Lincoln Riley has $4.6 million buyout if he leaves for NFL after 2019

    Pro Football Talk "Lincoln Riley said he was not tempted to leave Oklahoma for an NFL job this offseason, failing to show any interest even in leaving for the Browns, where his former quarterback, Baker Mayfield, plays. Riley explained it’s “hard to see myself leaving..." June 24

  • Former Missouri coach Gary Pinkel being treated for recurrence of cancer

    Sporting News "Former Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel is being treated for the recurrence of his cancer, he revealed Sunday during an interview on SportsZone. "I'm doing good. I had to get treatment again for the first time in four years. My cancer came out of remission, and so I had..." June 24

  • North Texas grad transfer Ryan Woolridge commits to Gonzaga

    The Spokesman Review "North Texas graduate transfer Ryan Woolridge wasn’t interested in media attention or seeing his name all over social media when he was considering where he would play his senior season. He was more interested in finding the right fit. Woolridge was nearing a final..." June 24

  • NCAA considers postseason ban for California schools if state proceeds with amateurism reform

    CBS Sports "The ongoing national debate about paying college athletes has led to California setting the pace for progressiveness. Earlier this year, state legislators voted -- by an overwhelming 31-4 margin in California's Senate -- to allow student-athletes to be able to profit off their..." June 24

  • UConn Reportedly Rejoining Big East in 2020 After 6 Seasons in AAC

    Bleacher Report "The Connecticut Huskies could return to the Big East in 2020 and leave the American Athletic Conference. According to Stadium's Brett McMurphy, the fate of Connecticut's football team is unclear since the Big East doesn't extend to the sport. " June 22