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  • Talent vs. need now Heat's quandary in NBA Draft

    Talent vs. need now Heat's quandary in NBA Draft
    Perhaps the depths of 2014-15, the Miami Heat's first lottery finish in seven years, simplified the NBA Draft equation for Pat Riley. For the Heat, drafting for need and drafting for talent could be one and the same when it's time to make the No. 10...
  • Drew Sharp: Almost 30, Megatron is winding down with Lions

    Even football cyborgs are mortal. Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson will turn 30 this September, in the third week of the season. Certainly not ancient, by NFL standards, but 30 brings with it a difficult acceptance of declining production. The...
  • Ndamukong Suh expects Dolphins' defensive line to turn it around this season

    In case you somehow forgot, the Dolphins' run defense was awful late in the 2014 season. Miami allowed 165.3 rushing yards per game in the final six weeks, making it no surprise that the team limped to a 2-4 finish and in turn missed the playoffs for the...
  • Kyle Fuller juggles new scheme, leadership role

    Kyle Fuller juggles new scheme, leadership role
    The Chicago Bears haven’t gotten all the looks they would like at the cornerback position this offseason with newcomer Alan Ball still sidelined, but last year’s first-round draft pick Kyle Fuller has continued to impress. Fuller was the...
  • Dolphins' 7-on-7 tourney sees high school offenses evolve

    Dolphins' 7-on-7 tourney sees high school offenses evolve
    First play from scrimmage and ... interception. Hey, it's summer. Actually, it's summer and it's a 7-on-7 tournament. So it's OK to make a mistake. It isn't like anyone really cares if a quarterback throws a pick on his opening pass in the middle of...
  • Where the celebrities partied in Las Vegas this weekend

    Where the celebrities partied in Las Vegas this weekend
    The pool parties in Las Vegas were the place to find the celebrities over the weekend. At the Ditch Fridays party at the Palms Pool, singer Vassy performed some of her hits while electronic dance music deejay Dave Aude took over the turntables....
  • Ravens defensive end Chris Canty expects to retain starting job

    Ravens defensive end Chris Canty expects to retain starting job
    For the past two years, veteran defensive end Chris Canty has lined up with the Ravens' starting defense. Since being cut after last season and later re-signed to a two-year, $4.65 million contract, Canty doesn't envision his status being any...
  • Dolphins and Panthers to hold joint practices before Aug. 22 preseason game

    Dolphins and Panthers to hold joint practices before Aug. 22 preseason game
    The Dolphins have been searching for a dance partner to practice with in the exhibition season, and the Carolina Panthers have extended an invite. The Dolphins and Panthers will hold joint practices Aug. 19-20 at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South...
  • As minicamp begins, so does training camp countdown

    As minicamp begins, so does training camp countdown
    For most of the Ravens, this week's mandatory minicamp is simply a continuation of the organized team activities that have taken place over the past three weeks. For those Ravens who opted to stay away from the voluntary practices and work out on their...
  • Dolphins' Ndamukong Suh and C.J. Mosley 'have pride in stopping the run'

    Dolphins' Ndamukong Suh and C.J. Mosley 'have pride in stopping the run'
    To the two-man wrecking crew of Ndamukong Suh and C.J. Mosley, what happened to the Dolphins in the last six games of 2014 — allowing 992 yards rushing — should never happen. And now that the former Detroit Lions defensive tackles, the...
  • 3 Detroit businesses tell their stories of survival

    DETROIT Visit Detroit's Eastern Market district, about a mile northeast of downtown, any Saturday morning and you'll likely see a line of people waiting to eat breakfast at the popular Russell Street Deli, which not long ago celebrated its 25th year in...