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Packers: Clay Matthews to play ‘a lot of different spots’

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY SportsGreen Bay Packers’ Pro Bowl linebacker Clay Matthews will be expected to play outside, inside, to drop into coverage and to rush the passer this season. “Clay’s going to be playing a lot of different spots. We like the way he finished the season. He made a big impact,” Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers said on Thursday. @RobDemovsky...
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Steelers rookie Bud Dupree: ‘I am adjusting fast’

Pittsburgh Steelers first round pick Bud Dupree already senses a difference after only three days of OTAs and three days of practice. “The first day was kind of fast for me and the rest of the rookies, but I feel like we are adjusting well and learning the plays on the go,” said Dupree, via Steelers.com. “I think I am adjusting fast to the playbook. I know a lot of it right...
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Aaron Rodgers upset his calf ‘doesn’t look the same’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was unable to go through full workouts for a couple of months after the 2014 season concluded.  The left calf injury that slowed Rodgers over the final three games bothered him through March. But as organized team activities began this week, the pain caused by the calf injury has subsided.  Rodgers just wishes his calf looked more aesthetically...
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Philadelphia Eagles QB Tim Tebow hasn’t improved much

Tim Tebow signed with the Philadelphia Eagles earlier this offseason, and there was quite a bit of hype surrounding it. Unfortunately, he has not shown the type of improvement that he was rumored to have made and has gotten off to a bit of a disappointing start with the Eagles according to reports. Needless to say, this is a major disappointment for all of the Tebow fans that were...
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Yankees’ Masahiro Tanaka could return next week

New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka could rejoin the team’s rotation and pitch next week in Seattle, manager Joe Girardi announced Thursday. Tanaka has been on the disabled list since April 27 with a strained forearm and tendinitis in his right wrist. On Wednesday, Tanaka made a Triple-A rehab start, and on Thursday he flew to Oakland to meet the Yankees, who are opening...
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Dez Bryant does indivdual drills at Cowboys OTAs

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsDez Bryant is still in the middle of a contract negotiation and has yet to sign his franchise tender, but clearly has no intention of completely missing the Dallas Cowboys’ organized team activities. Bryant attended Thursday’s practice when the Cowboys wrapped up their first week of OTAs. Bryant, who is coming off a franchise record-setting 16...
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Tim Tebow calls opportunity with Eagles a ‘blessing’

Former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow spoke about his opportunity with the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday. “I think about it as, what a blessing,” Tebow said after practice. “What a great opportunity. I work extremely hard every day, try to be the best teammate I can, the best player. Try to make everybody else around me better as well. All of us are just trying to improve...
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Broncos’ Ryan Clady to miss season with ACL injury

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Denver Broncos offensive tackle Ryan Clady suffered a torn left ACL during Wednesday’s offseason team activity practice. The four-time Pro Bowler is likely to miss the 2015 season. Clady, the team’s first-round draft pick in 2008, is the longest tenured Bronco on the roster. His skill set holding down the left edge on the offensive line has helped...
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Patriots rookie Malcom Brown hasn’t been getting too much grief

Hours after being drafted, Malcom Brown declared he would be the New England Patriots best draft pick ever made.   Brown, an athletic 6-foot-2, 319-pound tackle, admitted he’s been getting some unwanted attention over that bold proclamation. “There’s a lot that’s been going on with all that but I just can’t focus on it,” Brown said, via WEEI.com. “I’m not really...
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Mike Wallace feels comfortable in Vikings’ offense

Mike Wallace was acquired by the Minnesota Vikings earlier this offseason from the Miami Dolphins, and is expected to be their number one wide receiver. He certainly will improve the Vikings’ offense, and it was a much needed addition to help second-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater take the next step. According to reports, Wallace is already feeling comfortable in the Vikings...
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Agent wants Russell Wilson to be a ‘Seahawk for life’

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Russell Wilson’s agent Mark Rodgers said Thursday that negotiations with the Seattle Seahawks on a new contract for Wilson have been “positive and encouraging.” “We’ve had an ongoing dialogue, not all of it being a negotiation,” Rodgers told 710 ESPN radio in Seattle. “Some of it just being philosophical and really trying to understand...
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Chip Kelly: LeSean McCoy ‘wrong’ for suggesting race

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly said that running back LeSean McCoy was “wrong” to suggest race played a role in Kelly’s personnel decisions. “I’ve got great respect for LeSean,” Kelly said Thursday in his first public reaction to McCoy’s comments. “However, in that situation, I think he’s wrong. We put a lot of time looking...
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Jamaal Charles: Chiefs RB wants to play six more years

Jamaal Charles has been one of the most dominant NFL running backs in the game since he was drafted back in 2008, and has been the Kansas City Chiefs’ franchise running back for the same amount of time outside of his rookie season. According to Charles, he would like to play six more seasons before calling it a career and retiring. “I want to play another six years so, my...
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Chicago Bulls fire Tom Thibodeau

Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports The Chicago Bulls announced Thursday that they have fired head coach Tom Thibodeau. “The Chicago Bulls have a history of achieving great success on and off the court,” Chicago Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said. “These accomplishments have been possible because of an organizational culture where input from all parts of the organization has been...
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Donald Cerrone is just one win away from lightweight-takeover

Despite having his chance at Khabib Nurmagomedov stolen by the dreaded injury gods just three weeks prior to last Saturday’s UFC 187 in Las Vegas, lightweight contender Donald Cerrone has still managed to parlay his near-meaningless, knockout-win over late-replacement John Makdessi into a shot at the UFC’s 155-pound title. Following ”The Cowboy’s” eighth-straight victory...
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Dwight Howard: ‘I’m still a champion’

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Dwight Howard sat down at the podium following the Houston Rockets 104-90 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday and answered a few questions. One of the questions Howard was asked was how tough it was to overcome injuries and then have the season end in five games in the Western Conference finals. “It’s tough, but I won’t stop fighting...
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Emmanuel Sanders on Broncos offense: ‘It’s definitely different’

Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports The Denver Broncos will have a more balanced attack in 2015 under newly-appointed offensive coordinator Rick Dennison. Denver will now look to rely on both the rushing and passing offense as opposed to last year’s emphasis on just the passing game. “It’s definitely different,” said Sanders. “You talk about going from a no-huddle offense...
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FanDuel MLB lineup for May 28

It’s FanDuel MLB Thursday with $125k up for grabs.  The entry fee for the $125k MLB Rally is $5 with $10,000 going to first place. MLB 5 Dollar Big Double Up There are just five late games being played Thursday in the MLB. N.Y. Yankees Oakland 10:05 pm Sabathia (2-6) – 5.47 ERA Graveman (2-2) – 6.04 ERA Detroit L.A. Angels 10:05 pm Farmer (0-0) – 0.00 ERA...
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Blackhawks force Game 7 with 5-2 victory over Ducks

  Facing elimination in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final, the Chicago Blackhawks scored three straight goals in the second period and two more in the third to beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-2 on Wednesday night at United Center. Game 7 is Saturday at Honda Center (8 p.m. ET; NBC, CBC, TVA Sports). Defenseman Duncan Keith assisted on three goals, two from the new top line that...
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NBA Finals schedule: Cavaliers vs. Warriors

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports The Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets 104-90 on Wednesday night to return to the NBA Finals. The Warriors stand as the West’s lone representative, ready to face the East’s Cleveland Cavaliers. The four-time NBA MVP LeBron James vs. the newly crowned MVP Stephen Curry. The Warriors rolled to a franchise-record 67 wins in...
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Cardinals’ Matt Adams out 3-4 Months

St. Louis Cardinals first Baseman Matt Adams will be out three to four months due to a strained right quadricep. #Cardinals announce that Adams will miss 3-4 months, according to official statement. Officials have said he could miss season. Wide delta. — Derrick Goold (@dgoold) May 28, 2015 He left a game against the Diamondbacks on Tuesday after limping around first base...
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Knicks ‘looking strongly’ at Willie Cauley-Stein with 4th pick

Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsThe New York Knicks currently hold the fourth overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, and are excited about the prospects that are available for them to choose from. Phil Jackson knows that he cannot afford to miss with this pick, and he is looking into quite a few different prospects. According to a report from Chad Ford of ESPN, the Knicks are strongly considering...
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Adrian Peterson expected to report to Vikings before Week 1

Jim O’Connor-USA TODAY SportsAdrian Peterson has been one of the most polarizing names in sports this offseason, and has been reinstated by the NFL to play in the 2015 season. He has been rumored to want a trade, but is still a member of the Vikings and they do not have any plans to trade him ahead of the season. According to a report from USA Today, the smart money is on Peterson...
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Adrian Peterson releases statement on playing for Vikings

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is not attending the team’s voluntary organized team activities, but that has nothing to do with wanting to be traded. Peterson released a statement through ESPN’s Josina Anderson. “The reason I’m not attending OTAs has nothing to do with wanting to be traded,” said Peterson. “It’s about securing my future with the...
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Chicago Bulls have told players Tom Thibodeau won’t be back

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports The Chicago Bulls were able to knock off the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, but fell at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round. Tom Thibodeau was practically coaching for his job this season, but it appears that his tenure with the Bulls has come to a close. According to a report from Sporting News, the...
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