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Breaking: Patriots Wide Receiver Announces Retirement

In a shocking turn of events, New England Patriots wide receiver Eric Decker has announced his retirement. The former Bronco and Jet made the announcement in a lengthy Instagram post thanking the fans. Decker was picked in the third round

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Revolution Frustrated Following Union Defeat

Saturday night’s matchup between the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union came down to one mistake and a VAR decision, and like most often this year, things didn’t go New England’s way. After a scoreless opening half, Philadelphia took

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Buffalo Bills: 2018 Season Preview

The Bills finally broke the 17-year playoff drought but can they return there with a new quarterback? Will the defense be as good? Can Shady McCoy defy Father Time once again?

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Detroit Lions: 2018 Season Preview

With the preseason well underway and the opening kickoff not far away, we continue to take a look at teams in the NFC, which is always competitive. But after a bizarre 2017 (see Case Keenum leading the Vikings almost to the Super Bowl), teams may return to playing more according to their mean, which might not be good news for the team in today’s column, the Detroit Lions.

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Leandre: Cora Shouldn’t Win Manager of the Year

The Red Sox have undergone a historic 2018 campaign in Alex Cora’s first year at the helm of the squad. However, even with his team sitting at 90 wins, and running away with the American League East, there are certainly

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2018 NBA Draft Steals Predictions

In recent NBA drafts, a select number of players dominated the media before and after draft night.  Whether it was the risky pick of Ben Simmons, or the birthday conspiracy of Thon Maker in 2016, the Lonzo/Lavar Ball tirade of 2017, or the hype surrounding which big man was better, Deandre Ayton or Marvin Bagley, and even the draft stock of Trae Young in 2018’s draft. In any of these situations, these specific players dominated the NBA media outlets before and after draft night.

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Pittsburgh Steelers: 2018 Season Preview

The Pittsburgh Steelers look to rebound after a disappointing end to an otherwise successful campaign in 2017 after being bounced in the AFC Divisional Round by the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Steelers offensive core remains in tact, but the problematic defensive woes may not be remedied just yet. The clock is ticking on franchise QB Ben Roethlisberger, and the Steelers need to utilize the time remaining in his deteriorating body before possibly falling back into the cellar of the league.

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Arizona Cardinals: 2018 Season Preview

The Arizona Cardinals had an up and down season last year. They had a rash of injuries including their star player David Johnson. Can they rebound this season from 8-8 last year and 7-8-1 in 2016 to reclaim a spot in the playoffs?

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Ranking the Killer B’s on the Red Sox

When a roster is loaded with star-power, there tend to be catchy nicknames that cluster in with the bunch. For example, when a lot of the star-power have a last name that starts with the same letter—like Andrew Benintendi, Mookie

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Bruins 2018-2019 National TV Schedule

The NHL released that Bruins 2018-2019 regular season schedule a while ago, but we now know when we’ll see the black and gold on national TV. Boston will feature in 14 of the 109 total NHL games that will take

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