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Month: May 2018


Sam Hinkie Reportedly Works with Broncos as Analytics Consultant

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Former Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie is back in a front office, but this time it’s in a behind-the-scenes role for an NFL team. Per The Athletic’s Nicki Jhabvala, Hinkie is working with the Denver Broncos as an analytics consultant. The phrase trust the process came to describe the 40-year-old Hinkie’s tenure as 76ers…


Dikembe Mutombo to receive Sager Strong Award for humanitarian work

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Hall of Fame basketball player Dikembe Mutombo will receive the Sager Strong Award at this year’s NBA Awards show. The award is named for longtime Turner Sports sideline reporter Craig Sager and presented annually to an individual who has been a trailblazer while exemplifying courage, faith, compassion and grace. For the second game in a…


Former NFL fullback Don Testerman dies at 65

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Don Testerman, the first fullback in the Seahawks’ history, died on May 8 in Greenville, South Carolina, from complications of dementia, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports. Testerman was 65. Testerman played for four college teams, four NFL teams and even gave the USFL a shot. I’m sure we’ll look at the film and…


Eagles insist White House invitation won’t divide locker room

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Elite Kids Tommy Bohanon Jersey The Eagles organization accepted an invitation to the White House, but how many players will go? Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins already said they wouldn’t attend. Carson Wentz, though, said he tentatively plans on taking the trip. Wilmer Difo (B), 5.6 percent, Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres (RHP Tyson…


How did Lions miss Matt Patricia’s arrest? Former NFL executive admits it wouldn’t be hard

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Joe Banner ran two coaching searches as president of the Philadelphia Eagles, and two more as CEO of the Cleveland Browns. Limited Kids Tedric Thompson Jersey And while most people can’t fathom how the Detroit Lions failed Nico Siragusa Jersey to uncover Matt Patricia’s 1996 arrest during their month long coaching search, Banner had an…


Peter King reveals he once offered to resign from Sports Illustrated over Deflategate reporting error

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On Wednesday, Peter King appeared on a podcast with Richard Deitsch of The Athletic to discuss his jump to NBC after 29 years at Sports Illustrated, as well as other subjects. And although King’s explanation for his departure mostly mirrored what he had previously offered (he was tired of the NFL grind and wanted to…


The executive wasn’t agreeing with this view. Just stating the obvious.

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In fact, the conspiracy lawsuit alleged that team mascots make between $25,000 and $60,000 per year and earn benefits, while cheerleaders earn about $125 per game. Vogue’s Michelle Ruiz聽compiled a list of other examples of mistreatment reported聽by聽the聽New York Times, which include the Saints and other teams forcing a cheerleader to leave a restaurant if a…


Texans perceived chances at making it to the Super Bowl climb

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Authentic Kids Danilo Gallinari Jersey As the pieces begin to fall together in advance of the 2018 season, the fine folks at Bovada (I don’t know them personally, but they seem nice) have put together odds for the various AFC and NFC teams to make it to the Super Bowl. And there’s a surprise lurking…


Seahawks sign five after minicamp tryouts

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The Seahawks had a number of players trying out for the team during their three-day rookie minicamp and found five who they thought earned a longer look this offseason. Seattle announced on Monday that they have signed wide receiver Damore鈥檈a Stringfellow, free safety Tevon Mutcherson, center Marcus Henry, tackle Nick Callender and tackle Avery Young….


Jon Gruden excited for a wide receiver competition in Oakland

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New Raiders coach Jon Gruden has dramatically changed the wide receiver position in Oakland, and he likes what he expects to see in training camp. Switzer can help the offense and the special teams, and Gruden joked about the way his brother’s team got burned by Switzer. “I liked Switzer a lot at North Carolina,”…


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