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Aaron Hernandez's Fiancee -- He Told Me He Didn't Kill Odin Lloyd

Aaron Hernandez's fiancee just told the court that she asked the ex-Patriots star point blank if he murdered Odin Lloyd -- and he denied the whole thing. Shayanna Jenkins took the stand in Aaron's murder case moments ago and was asked if she ever discussed Lloyd's death with him.
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Former Ravens running back Ray Rice selling his Baltimore home

Former Ravens running back Ray Rice's Reisterstown home is under contract, according to real estate records. The five-bedroom residence was listed for $899,000, and a contract was reached shortly after it was listed. The closing is scheduled for April. The Colonial style three-level custom home on an acre of land that includes a swimming pool was built and purchased in 2012, the...
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Teague out versus Heat, Schroder will slide into the starting lineup

Jeff Teague has been ruled out for tonight’s game against the Heat with due to a tender ankle. Hawks coach Mike Budenholder did not say whether Teague would miss additional time. Dennis Schroder will join the rest of the Hawks regular starters in place of Teague. “Jeff is tender and will not play tonight,” Budenholzer said. “He is not able to go. We will just wait and see...
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Vanderbilt QB Patton Robinette's career is over

Vanderbilt QB Patton Robinette has ended his playing career. Robinette made the announcement to his teammates on Friday. According to the school, the decision "was influenced by a history of injuries." Robinette suffered a concussion in September, and according to his high school coach, it also forced him to miss class time in addition to playing time. It was at least his second...
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Capitals' Wilson fined $2,000 for diving/embellishment

Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson has been fined $2,000 as supplementary discipline under NHL Rule 64 (Diving/Embellishment), the National Hockey League announced today. Revised for the 2014-15 season following offseason approval by the League's Board of Governors and the National Hockey League Players' Association, NHL Rule 64 is designed to bring attention to and more seriously...
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Max Hoetzel latest IU player to transfer

Indiana's basketball program has lost its second player this week, as 6-8 freshman forward Max Hoetzel plans to transfer. The program confirmed Hoetzel's decision in a press release. Indiana is now at its scholarship limit for next season, with spots open for each of its two current signees. "We were always impressed with Max's upside and potential but unfortunately in his view...
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Cavs' Timofey Mozgov is dominating the Cleveland local commercial game

I'm a huge fan of sports personalities doing local commercials. It's very rare that we get a solid acting performance and it is almost 100% the case that we are thoroughly entertained.  The most recent, and possibly one of the all-time best, is Timofey Mozgov of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The local Cleveland pub Brew Garden has released a pair of new commercials starring Mozgov...
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Titans sign CB Brandon Harris to one-year deal

The Titans added more depth on the secondary on Friday by signing cornerback Brandon Harris to a one-year deal. Harris joined the Titans last August after being claimed off waivers from the Houston Texans. He played in 11 games for the Titans in 2014, recording nine tackles, three passes defensed and two special teams stops.
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Bears sign Alan Ball to one-year deal

The Chicago Bears have signed veteran cornerback Alan Ball to a one-year contract. Ball previously visited the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers offered Ball a one-year, $2 million contract, according to a league source.
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Bogut reveals why Warriors have had success

Andrew Bogut didn't want to reveal any more of his personal secrets, the little things he does to augment his game on the court. He was, however, willing to offer his opinion on why the Warriors are 58-13 and having, so far, the best regular season in franchise history. He credits widespread selflessness and says it's such a simple formula, that most any team in the NBA can follow...
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Nerlens Noel making run at Rookie of the Year

It’s close and getting closer, but the season is funneling toward its conclusion. Nerlens Noel is running out of time. Things were a little shaky for Noel to start the year, especially offensively. He played well defensively and protected the rim and looked good enough overall. Good enough. Not great. It wasn’t until after the All-Star break that this even became an actual conversation...
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Hockey Hall of Fame changes bylaws, Chris Pronger now eligible

In a couple months, when the Hockey Hall of Fame announces its 2015 class of inductees, Chris Pronger may be among the group. Until yesterday, that wasn't possible. According to ESPN's Pierre LeBrun, the Hall of Fame changed the language in its bylaws Wednesday and the new wording allows Pronger to be eligible even though his contract with the Flyers is not yet completed. Here...
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Hamels unofficially starting the opener

It is the easiest question the Philadelphia Phillies will face this year. Who is the Phillies’ Opening Day starter? Common sense says it will be left-hander Cole Hamels, though Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg wouldn’t go as far as to confirm that after Thursday’s 4-1 loss to the Blue Jays. “It’s a secret,” joked Sandberg, who never actually confirmed it will be Hamels...
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Lions QB Kellen Moore could legitimately compete with Dan Orlovsky for No. 2 job

The Detroit Lions had a quarterback competition in name only last year, and maybe not even that. Jim Caldwell brought in veteran Dan Orlovsky -- a quarterback he knew from his days in Indianapolis -- to be Matthew Stafford's backup. And nothing Kellen Moore did was going to change that. Moore outplayed Orlovsky in the preseason, yet Caldwell never wavered in his support of Orlovsky...
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Will Bynum back in NBA with Wizards

Point guard Will Bynum is back in the NBA. Bynum, who spent six seasons with the Detroit Pistons, will join the Washington Wizards after playing professionally in China this season, according to several published reports. It's not clear whether he will be available for tonight's home game against the Charlotte Hornets.
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Wings' Mrazek will start Saturday after Howard pulled

Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock didn't need a day to think about who should start in goal on Saturday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Babcock said after a 6-4 loss on Thursday night to the Sharks that Petr Mrazek would get the next start for the Wings. Jimmy Howard started for the Wings against the Sharks and allowed three goals on the first nine shots he faced, although...
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UM lands Stanford CB Wayne Lyons as graduate transfer

Michigan defensive backs coach Mike Zordich essentially confirmed after practice Thursday that the Wolverines will add Stanford graduate transfer cornerback Wayne Lyons to the roster this fall. The Lyons transfer was speculated last month, and further fueled when his mother, Gwendolyn Bush, was hired by new Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh as the director of player development.
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White Sox Conor Gillaspie: Plantar fasciitis isn't an issue

Conor Gillaspie has had plantar fasciitis since this winter, and it has actually improved during spring training. The White Sox third baseman believes his sore feet will only continue to get better as he’s forced to spend less time on them, which happens more and more closer to the start of the season. Gillaspie said his feet haven’t affected him this spring and he’s ready...
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Are Bulls rounding into form as Playoffs approach?

The narrative surrounding the Bulls has dramatically changed in the last 10 days, where optimism has re-emerged about the upcoming postseason and the pessimism birthed from losing five out of six games has disseminated into thin air. Health has played a huge part in the Bulls’ revival, and this is with the return of Derrick Rose still unknown, as he could return to contact practice...
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Blackhawks agree to deals with Kyle Baun, Michael Paliotta

The Blackhawks secured two collegiate players on Thursday, signing forward Kyle Baun and defenseman Michael Paliotta to respective two-year deals. Baun will report to the Blackhawks. He is not eligible to play in the postseason. The 22-year-old Baun just played his third season at Colgate. He recorded 14 goals and 15 assists in 38 games.
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PSD RedZone’s WAG of the Week: Melanie Collins

Melanie Collins, formerly of NBA TV, is currently the face of Yahoo! Sports and the co-host of 'The Big Break' on the Golf Channel. She also, apparently, likes hockey players. She was in a four-year relationship with NHLer Scottie Upshall until that ended in 2013 and currently is involved with James Neal of the Nashville Predators. Melanie Collins is not just another pretty...
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Koji Uehara Takes Sizable Step Forward In Injury Battle

The Boston Red Sox really want that Chairman’s Cup, apparently. OK, the annual award given to the winner of the spring training series between the Red Sox and Minnesota Twins probably wasn’t on Boston’s mind as Thursday’s Grapefruit League game progressed at JetBlue Park. But the Red Sox still pulled out a dramatic 5-4 win in 10 innings. Thursday was a noisy day at Red...
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Julian Edelman: ‘I’ll Lose My Job’ If Patriots Find Better Or Cheaper Receiver

Julian Edelman has been with the New England Patriots long enough to know how Bill Belichick runs the ship. The Patriots locked up Edelman to a four-year, $17 million contract last offseason, but despite his job security, he knows that loyalty only goes so far in New England. “If there’s someone out there who’s better or cheaper or something like that, I’ll lose my job...
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Crowder apologizes for C's 'lackadaisical' effort

Things were so ugly in the Celtics‘ 93-86 loss to the Heat on Wednesday, Jae Crowder publicly apologized to Boston fans for the effort put forth by himself and his teammates. Of course, Jae Crowder led all C’s with 16 points, barreled his way to 11 free throw attempts and grabbed seven rebounds in what seemed like a typically hardnosed 27 minutes from the forward. Along with...
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Red Sox catcher Vazquez to have MRI on elbow

Christian Vazquez is set to catch Joe Kelly in an intrasquad game Friday morning, but later comes the moment of truth for the Red Sox catcher: a scheduled MRI to be performed on his balky right elbow. Vazquez hasn't caught in a major league game in two weeks after experiencing some discomfort in the elbow in a game against the New York Yankees. Subsequently, Vazquez experienced...
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