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  • Were Steelers wise with offer to Le'Veon Bell?

    Yardbarker "As good as Le’Veon Bell has been for the Steelers, Albert Breer of The MMQB sees both sides of the coin. Bell has been an electrifying force for years, but history dictates that the Steelers have probably seen the bulk of his prime already. With questions about whether Bell can..." July 19

  • Bill Belichick, Tom Brady Reportedly Haven't Worked Out Issues from Last Season

    Bleacher Report "One week before the New England Patriots report to Gillette Stadium for the start of training camp, tension reportedly still exists between quarterback Tom Brady, head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft.  Per Greg A. Bedard of the..." July 19

  • Dolphins anthem punishment includes suspensions

    Tampa Bay Times "Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the national anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week. The "Proper Anthem Conduct" section is just one sentence in a nine-page discipline document provided to The Associated..." July 19

  • Titans: Jurrell Casey has ‘misunderstanding’ about NFL’s national anthem protest rules

    Tennessean "The Tennessee Titans' top brass wants to speak to Jurrell Casey after he returns from England, the team's President and CEO Steve Underwood said Thursday, while suggesting the star defensive tackle might not understand the league's new rules on protests during the national..." July 19

  • ‘I’d pay him.’ Panthers’ Thomas Davis approaches training camp as if it were his last

    Charlotte Observer "After the Panthers wrapped up minicamp last month in Charlotte, veteran linebacker Thomas Davis made it very clear he hoped to play beyond the 2018 season. In the five weeks since, Davis has taken some time off, vacationed with his family and played in at least one charity golf..." July 19

  • Dan Duquette: Orioles are rebuilding, intend to improve organizational weaknesses

    CBS Sports "On Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles traded shortstop Manny Machado to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for five players. (You can read our coverage of the deal here, including a prospect expert's thoughts on the return.) The Machado trade is the first of many potential changes..." July 19

  • Christian Yelich says Jose Fernandez’s death set Miami Marlins back years

    Sportsnaut "Sept. 25, 2016, will be remembered as a day of great loss. On that morning, the world lost three young men in a tragic accident that never should have happened. It was the greatest loss of all, but that day also changed a city and team forever. On that day, Eduardo Rivera, Emilio..." July 19

  • Mets unlikely to trade deGrom, Syndergaard

    Yardbarker "While the Mets have received substantial interest in both Jacob deGrom and Noah Syndergaard, a trade of either still seems unlikely to happen, per James Wagner of the New York Times (all links to Twitter). The Mets are seeking elite prospects and/or young MLB-ready..." July 19

  • Blue Jays players among many who want changes to MLB cleat policy

    Sportsnet "When Randal Grichuk was a rookie in 2014, he immediately became aware of MLB’s policy regarding cleats. The primary team colour of the St. Louis Cardinals is red, so the outfielder made sure his on-field footwear adhered. Grichuk didn’t have much experience, but wisely took note of..." July 19

  • Sportsbook Names Yankees and Nationals as Co-Favorites to Sign Bryce Harper

    12 Up "?Forget about that crowded, absolutely stacked outfield. The New York Yankees are still very much considered to be in the race for Bryce Harper this winter in free agency. The BetDSI Sportsbook updated its odds as to where the Nationals superstar will play next season, and the..." July 19

  • Jaromir Jagr hits the ice with Kladno, eyes return this season

    Pro Hockey Talk "The owner of Rytiri Kladno of the Czech Republic’s WSM Liga hit the ice on Wednesday with his players and stated a goal of being ready to play games at some point in September. That owner wasn’t a random rich person playing out a fantasy beer league dream,..." July 19

  • Brett Kulak Placed On Waivers

    Pro Hockey Rumors "The Calgary Flames have placed Brett Kulak on waivers today as they prepare for an arbitration hearing on Monday with the restricted free agent. This type of transaction often occurs before an arbitration date when the team is confident they can get a player through the waiver process without..." July 19

  • Chelios ends nearly two-decade relationship with Red Wings

    Yardbarker "Chris Chelios has left the Detroit Red Wings organization almost two decades, deciding to move back to Chicago and be closer to his family. Chelios has served in several different roles for the club since retiring from his playing career, but will now take a step back from the NHL life. He..." July 19

  • At 30, Jonathan Toews rested and ready to move on from lost season

    Chicago Tribune "An unfamiliar red jersey hung in the locker behind Jonathan Toews, who was minutes away from making his debut Wednesday night in the Chicago Pro Hockey League. And on this night, there was one goal. No, not that One Goal. “Just going out and having fun and playing..." July 19

  • Panarin won't talk business with Blue Jackets once camp begins Sept. 13

    The Score "Artemi Panarin has given the Columbus Blue Jackets a deadline to discuss any business matters with him. The talented forward told general manager Jarmo Kekalainen on Thursday that as of Sept. 13 when training camp begins he won't discuss matters such as a potential..." July 19

  • Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell receives new six-year deal

    The State "It took a little longer than expected, but Brad Brownell finally has a new deal. The Clemson men’s basketball coach had his six-year, $15 million contract approved by the Clemson Board of Trustees during a meeting Thursday morning. The deal runs through the 2023-24..." July 19

  • Former Mizzou tutor plans to reveal ‘full list’ of participants in academic fraud case

    College Basketball Talk "A former Missouri tutor that admitted in 2016 to providing improper academic benefits to multiple Tiger athletes on Monday said that she has been named in a new Notice of Allegations and intends to expose more people attached to the investigation. Yolanda Kumar tweeted that..." July 18

  • Former Cornell star Stone Gettings says he'll be an Arizona Wildcat

    Tucson Citizen "Four months after his Arizona basketball career ended, point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright flipped the Wildcats another assist. Jackson-Cartwright said he has been in frequent touch with Cornell forward Stone Gettings, a second-team all-Ivy League pick who told 247 Sports on Monday..." July 18

  • John Beilein, Michigan agree on contract extension

    Detroit News "It may have taken longer than Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel would’ve liked, but the deal is finally done. Men’s basketball coach John Beilein and the University of Michigan announced Wednesday they reached an agreement on a contract extension that will carry..." July 18

  • NCAA Final Four schedule: Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis selected as hosts through 2026

    CBS Sports "The last time Los Angeles hosted a men's Final Four was 1972. The earliest it could possibly host another one is 2027.  The NCAA announced on Monday the future sites for Final Fours through 2026. To the surprise of some, Los Angeles and its glimmering..." July 17