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WNBA players not happy about new G League contracts

The NBA’s G League announced the launch of a new venture Thursday that will offer elite high-school recruits $ 125,000 contracts as an alternative to the one-and-done college route. The news wasn’t well received in the WNBA, where the maximum veteran salary is $ 115,000. Las Vegas Aces forw… NBA | theScore

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Report: NFL concerned about Chargers' future in L.A.

NFL owners and executives are concerned about the figures coming from Los Angeles Chargers home games. At the owners meetings in New York this week, talks have centered around the Chargers’ lagging personal seat license sales at StubHub Center, ESPN’s Seth Wickersham reports. The Chargers moved from San Diego to Lo… NFL | theScore

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Kershaw hasn't made decision about opt-out clause

Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw is still in the midst of a World Series pursuit, but he has a decision looming regarding his future with the club. Kershaw can opt out of the remaining two seasons of his current seven-year contract after this campaign, but he remains undecided on how h… MLB | theScore

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NFL wants players playing, not thinking about roughing the passer penalties

NEW YORK — The NFL doesn’t want players worrying about getting flagged or fined. “You gotta play,” NFL football operations chief Troy Vincent said Tuesday at the league’s fall meetings. “You hope that no player is thinking about a rule. We want them to play (with a) free mind where you’re just free and you play.” Chiefs rookie linebacker Breeland ...

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NFL 'cautiously optimistic' about decreased preseason concussions

At the owners meeting in New York on Tuesday, the NFL’s chief medical officer, Dr. Allen Sills, said the league found seven teams that had an elevated number of concussions following the 2017 preseason and “a targeted intervention with those clubs” was launched, according to Dan Graziano of ESPN. The league held wide-ranging conversations … NFL | theScore

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Harvick: SHR's plan was “all about survive and advance”

In the case of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup race, all four SHR cars made an conscious to stick together on the track, deciding if all could finish well, all would be in a better position for next weekend’s cutoff race at Kansas. The plan was working to perfection until a late-race caution which sent the 188-lap race into overtime. Before taking ...

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