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  • Maxwell, Gore about to join Eagles roster

    Now that the Eagles have well over $40 million of wiggle room under the NFL salary cap — a number that could grow to more than $50 million if they subtract linebacker DeMeco Ryans — they are poised to make a run at a number of free agents...
  • In NFL free agency, running backs might not hit paydirt

    In NFL free agency, running backs might not hit paydirt
    Not only did DeMarco Murray set a Dallas Cowboys record by running for 1,845 yards last season, but he won the NFL's rushing crown. That bolsters his resume, but not necessarily the likelihood he'll stay in Dallas. When free agency begins Tuesday,...
  • Brooks and Hall of Fame pals hold football camp in Buffalo

    Forget the friends Garth Brooks might have in low places. The country music star has some high-profile buddies he can count on as well. Like Jim Kelly and Thurman Thomas, for example. The Pro Football Hall of Famers were among numerous current and...
  • UMBC women edge Stony Brook in America East quarters

    UMBC women edge Stony Brook in America East quarters
    Taylor McCarley's jumper with four seconds left lifted visiting UMBC (12-18) to a 49-47 victory over Stony Brook (17-13) in an America East women's basketball quarterfinal Saturday night. The Seawolves, who trailed for most of the game, tied the score...
  • Sideline Chatter: Talk about skating on thin ice

    They scheduled a hockey game and a Yankees-Red Sox game broke out. Notre Dame beat UMass 4-3 in five overtimes Friday night to produce the longest hockey marathon in NCAA Division I history: 151 minutes, 42 seconds. Headlines At Fark.com: "Patriots...
  • Clubs and free agents begin mating dance before opening of bidding season

    Clubs and free agents begin mating dance before opening of bidding season
    The lead-up to free agency opened Saturday with NFL teams and agents doing a familiar dance of gauging interest while working to get a handle on the marketplace. One agent described it as a game of "peek-a-boo" while another who did high volume signings...
  • Brandon Marshall wasn't the man Bears coach John Fox needs

     Brandon Marshall wasn't the man Bears coach John Fox needs
    One day in December 2008 after several of his deserving players were left off the NFC Pro Bowl team, a reporter asked then-Panthers coach John Fox about the snubs. Fox's answer then helps explain his mindset now, after the Bears gave away wide...
  • Aaron Hernandez still flashes swagger, smile at murder trial

    Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez peers into a monitor as it displays evidence in his murder trial. One day there is a photograph of him smiling next to his fiancee on Father's Day, a few hours before the killing. Another shows Hernandez...
  • Hyde5: Free agents the Dolphins should call NOW

    Hyde5: Free agents the Dolphins should call NOW
    At noon Saturday, the phones officially can be dialed and conversations officially begin between teams and free agents. Of course, they've unofficially been going on for weeks, but play along with the NFL on this idea. So who should the Dolphins be...
  • Internet idiots give trolls a bad name

    Internet idiots give trolls a bad name
    My biggest problem with jerks who use the Twitter world to write crude and malicious comments about someone else is that they give "trolls" a bad name. According to my dictionary, an original troll "is a supernatural creature of Scandinavian folklore,...
  • Seahawks sign Marshawn Lynch to a two-year contract extension

    Seahawks sign Marshawn Lynch to a two-year contract extension
    Marshawn Lynch signed a two-year contract extension with Seattle on Friday, keeping him with the Seahawks through the 2017 season. The star running back, nicknamed “Beast Mode,” has played in 75 games since arriving in Seattle by way of a...