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Rangers GM Jon Daniels not blaming coaching staff for struggles

As the Texas Rangers continue to fall off the pace in the American League West, president and general manager Jon Daniels isn’t looking to place the blame on his coaching staff. With the MLB draft (June 4) and the trade deadline (July 31) looming, Daniels is looking at rebuilding the team’s depth at the minor... Read More »

Joe Flacco Reportedly Hasn’t Returned Any of Lamar Jackson’s Calls or Texts

​Quarterbacks are supposed to be the leader of their rosters, but apparently that rule doesn’t abide for AFC North signal callers. After ​Big Ben publicly displayed his negative thoughts toward Pittsburgh drafting Mason Rudolph, many bashed him for not wanting to mentor the third-round selection. Well, that same group should have a fun time discussing... Read More »

Hamels has already yielded seven homers to right-handed sticks in only 88 plate appearances. Yikes.

As the series shifts back to Toronto, Wall said that Drake said the Raptors would sweep the Wizards and that he was supposed to come to D.C. to attend Game 3 but never showed. Game 5 is Wednesday, and we can’t wait. Dwyane Wade turned back the clock in the Miami Heat’s Game 2 win... Read More »

Clippers coach Doc Rivers and assistant Mike Woodson were ejected with seven seconds left, two of four technicals the team received in the final 4:50.

The founder of Papa John’s International will step down as CEO next month, handing over his company just weeks after making controversial remarks about national anthem protests by NFL players, for which the company later apologized. John Schnatter, who is featured on Papa John’s pizza boxes and in the chain’s commercials, will be replaced by... Read More »

So why did they drop a spot in this week’s rankings?

The Houston Texans’ handling of an injury to quarterback Tom Savage was called into question after video showed him striking his head against the ground and shaking as he lay disoriented on the field. Savage, who also appeared to spit up blood, came out of the game and entered concussion protocol but initially returned to... Read More »

The poll also indicated a small but significant shift in public opinion on the mandatory nature of the anthem.

“I saw a big guy who was athletic, but a guy who didn’t play very hard. And I was concerned about that,” said Stiegelmeier, who wasn’t ready to make a full commitment to Goedert. “We asked him to walk on, and he took the bait. The way he’s grown since then is just amazing. He... Read More »