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Daily Archives: 2nd February 2018

Nick Foles wants to be a pastor after football career ends

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Nick Foles has a calling far greater than throwing touchdown passes. If Foles leads the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots, he’ll become a folk hero in a city that has desperately waited for a championship since 1960. But that won’t define Foles in the big picture. He has more ...

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Goaltender interference rule remains a mystery to NHL players

If fans are confused about what constitutes goaltender interference in the NHL, well so are the players. At least that was the feeling players expressed Friday as the Anaheim Ducks and Montreal both practised at the Canadiens’ training centre. The night before, controversial goals were allowed against the Jets in Winnipeg and the St. Louis Blues in Boston where goalies ...

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Sizing up a legend: Inside Ray Lewis' draft-day slide to the Ravens

11:15 AM ET Ray Lewis remembers sitting under the oak tree in front of his grandmother’s house at the age of 14, starving because there was no food in the house and yearning for a better life. Lewis laid out a plan to his hometown friend Kwame King that few would’ve believed at the time: “I told him: ‘Bro, I’m ...

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Oilers' Larsson out indefinitely following his father's death

Adam Larsson will take as long as he needs before returning to the Edmonton Oilers. The defenseman will be out indefinitely after the death of his father, Robert, according to <a target="_blank" href="https://www.nhl.com/news/oilers-defenseman-adam-larsson-out-indefinitely-afte… NHL | theScore

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Why the Eagles will win Super Bowl LII

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — The best formula for success against the New England Patriots is to keep Tom Brady on the sideline and harass him when he’s on the field. That’s not a news flash. But the good news for Eagles fans and everyone rooting against Brady, Bill Belichick and the Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl is that Philadelphia has ...

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