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Daily Archives: 12th May 2018

Cowboys' Smith ditches brace for drop foot

Jaylon Smith has taken a significant step toward a full recovery from the leg injury that ended his final year in college. Smith tore the ACL and MCL in his left knee in the Fiesta Bowl in the 2015 season. The injury led to nerve damage and a condition called drop foot, a weakness in the muscles used to lift ...

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Rozier: 'We play better when our back is against the wall'

The Boston Celtics are getting used to being counted out, and they’re hoping to continue proving people wrong. The team is getting set to face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference finals for the second year in a row. Although the Celtics enter as the higher seed after finishing second in the East, they’re considered <a data-i… NBA | ...

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Lions' Tate calls Matt Patricia coverage 'a bunch of B.S.'

Golden Tate has come to the defense of his new head coach Matt Patricia. It has recently come to light that Patricia was one of two men arrested and charged with aggravated sexual assault in 1996. The case was dismissed after the woman chose not to testify, and Tate wants to know why the story has resurfaced 22 years later… ...

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Zobrist calls out MLB after being warned about all-black cleats

Chicago Cubs utility man Ben Zobrist was one of a number of players who received warnings from the league recently for wearing cleats that were deemed to violate MLB’s uniform regulations, and he’s not happy with it. Zobrist posted on Instagram a photo of the cleats he wore that were said to h… MLB | theScore

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Sanchez, Hicks crack back-to-back jacks

NEW YORK — The Yankees have launched plenty of home runs this season, but until Saturday, none of them had come back-to-back. That changed in the second inning, as Gary Sanchez and Aaron Hicks cracked a pair of successive drives off Athletics starter Andrew Triggs</span… MLB News Index

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Gleyber in exalted company with The Mick

NEW YORK — Gleyber Torres‘ early success in the big leagues has placed him alongside a legend, as he is now listed as the youngest Yankee to tally a nine-game hitting streak since Mickey Mantle in 1952. But manager Aaron Boone has no plans to elevate the hot-hitting rookie in the batting order. <a class="article-item__gameday-link" href="https://www.mlb.com/gameday… MLB News Index

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