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Daily Archives: 5th December 2017

NFL upholds Gronkowski's 1-game suspension

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Rangers attend official meeting with Ohtani

ARLINGTON — Rangers officials were in Los Angeles on Tuesday to meet with two-way Japanese star Shohei Ohtani and his representatives, sources told The club has not confirmed the meeting. The delegation was headed by co-owner Ray Davis, general manager Jon Daniels and manager Jeff Banister. … MLB News Index

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Peralta and Royals agreed to a 1-year deal for $1,525,000

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Right-hander Wily Peralta and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a one-year contract worth $ 1,525,000, a deal that includes a club option for 2019. The 28-year-old gets a $ 1.5 million salary next year and the chance to earn $ 1.25 million annually in performance bonuses. The option is for $ 3 million with ...

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Where it has gone wrong, what's next for NFL teams out of playoff race

3:01 PM ET With four games left to play in the 2017 season, some NFL teams already have turned their attention to the 2018 offseason and what they have to do to become playoff contenders. No doubt coaching changes will be part of the equation. But can teams turn it around in one season? You bet… – NFL

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Toronto Maple Leafs NHL's 2nd most valuable team: Forbes

NEW YORK — The New York Rangers are worth an NHL-high $ 1.5 billion as team values continue to rise, according to the latest estimate by Forbes. In its annual list of franchise valuations, Forbes says the average NHL team is now worth $ 594 million, up 15 per cent from a year ago. It comes on the heels of ...

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Eagles look for positives following rare loss

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Doug Pederson thinks the Philadelphia Eagles could derive some long-term benefits from the short-term pain of their humbling loss in Seattle. The head coach is also hoping that a week in sunny Southern California will allow the Eagles to regain their winning edge before they face another playoff contender. <… FOX Sports Digital

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