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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Goodell: Snyder won't change Redskins name

11:48 AM ET One day after the Cleveland Indians announced they would no longer use Chief Wahoo as a logo after this season, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he did not see the Washington Redskins‘ nickname changing.

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Jeffrey Earnhardt joins StarCom Racing for 2018

New NASCAR Cup team StarCom Racing has signed Jeffrey Earnhardt for its first full season in 2018.  StarCom recently leased a charter from Richard Childress Racing after Paul Menard moved to Wood Brothers at the end of the 2017 season, meaning it will run one less car this year. Former Daytona 500 winner Derrike Cope had driven its Chevrolet Camaro ...

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Who is new Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain?

The Milwaukee Brewers made a big splash in free agency, signing outfielder Lorenzo Cain to a five-year, $ 80 million contract. Just who is this now high-priced outfielder? Here’s a few notes on the newest member of the Brewers’ lineup. More Brewers coverage — As many know, Cain’s original team was Milwaukee. The Brewers selected him in the 17th round ...

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Vancouver Tenants Union Expands Citywide To Fight 'Out Of Control' Crisis

VANCOUVER — Rising rental costs, evictions and a scarcity of units in Vancouver’s densely populated West End were among the reasons for Gail Harmer’s decision to join a group that is taking a new approach to advocating for the rights and protection of tenants. The Vancouver Tenants Union formed last spring in response to a growing number of renters who ...

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NFL to scrap bidding process for Super Bowl host site

The NFL plans to do away with its process of accepting bids to host a Super Bowl. The next available Super Bowl is No. 57 in 2023, and the league intends to choose one optimal site and enter into negotiations with that city, Daniel Kaplan of the Sports Business Journal reports. In the past, the league has allow… NFL | ...

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Former D-Backs, Padres GM Kevin Towers dies of cancer

Former San Diego Padres and Arizona Diamondbacks general manager and scout Kevin Towers has died of cancer at age 56, MLB announced Tuesday. A year after accepting a position with the <a data-in-app-uri="thescore:///mlb/te… MLB | theScore

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