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Free agent Dont'a Hightower picks Patriots over Jets


Dont'a Hightower, a key part of that squad, has chose to remain with the Patriors on a four-year, $43.5 million deal as reported by ESPN on Wednesday. The Pittsburgh Steelers offseason, and more importantly free agency period, has been tumultuous. But were the Jets really offering that much more money to lure him away from the Patriots? The Patriots' first-round pick in 2012, 25th overall, Hightower's best asset is his versatility. Read More »

Revis: Playing for Steelers 'would be a dream come true'


The Steelers need help at the position and lost out on some bids to other teams on cornerbacks they were pursuing this offseason. The cellphone video above was recorded on East Carson Street and introduced as evidence at Revis' preliminary hearing Wednesday in Municipal Court. Read More »

Blackhawks vs. Stars preview 2017: Start time and schedule


ABOUT THE BLACKHAWKS (47-20-6): While Quenneville is taking a more cautious approach with the upcoming journey, Ryan Hartman plans to go full steam ahead as Chicago eyes a division title and perhaps the Presidents' Trophy to boot. Just the way we played the whole 60 minutes. Kane's wrist shot from the left faceoff circle beat Lehtonen between the blocker and right pad. "They were making simple plays, not turning the puck over like we've had in the past, so that was nice". Read More »

More speed, but will Formula One be more of the same?


Faster cars and fiercer competition are the great expectations of the new regulations in Formula One, yet the championship outlook hasn't altered much ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. "The fans will see through an artificial solution", he said. Hamilton received widespread criticism last season, in particular, with many perceiving him as being a poor sportsman when the season started to go Rosberg's way. Read More »

Another No. 2 goes down as Xavier pulls the upset


I still remember waiting at Lunken Airport for Miller to return from his meeting with Arizona officials, and then hearing his emotional farewell speech days later at Cintas Center. Bluiett will get 20-plus points, but it will be an inefficient shooting night for him. The Finnish forward is expected to leave for the National Basketball Association, but said after the game that he has yet to make a decision. Read More »

Uefa hands fine to Gunners


Granit Xhaka has made a bold claim about Arsenal and Bayern Munich, a topic you'd imagine he try avoid speaking about for a while. Xhaka told Blick: 'I have read that too. "I feel so [Arsenal are as good as Bayern]". 'I am in an outstanding city, an outstanding club. "We were able to beat them three times with Borussia Moenchangladbach". Read More »

Jason Quigley wins NABF Title: Sheer Sports proud of their champion


The Donegal man was in command from early on and never really looked like losing the contest. However, that initial pressure from the Irishman was sucked up by his opponent and with Quigley suffering an injury to his right paw - his main weapon of choice - this one gradually developed into a real slug out. Read More »

Show respect for terror victims, Dier tells England fans


I can do that job, but it's up to the manager. "You never want to see things like that, especially where you live". It would be a real honour for me and it's something I'd like to work towards, but it's something the manger will decide and he will pick who's best. Read More »

Dean Foods Company (NYSE:DF) Broker Price Targets For The Coming Week

DF has been the subject of several other research reports. The former chairman of Dean Foods told jurors at a criminal trial Tuesday that he fed secrets about the company to a professional gambler for over seven years, sometimes speaking in coded language over a prepaid cellular phone called the "bat phone". Read More »

Charles Barkley's Bucket List Includes Killing Skip Bayless on Live TV


During Charles Barkley's interview with Dan Patrick yesterday afternoon, Barkley got to talking about Skip Bayless and how his dying wish would be to kill Skip Bayless on live television. While this is the first time Barkley has said he'd want to kill Bayless, it's not the first time he's expressed his hatred of the " Undisputed " host. Read More »

Jung Ho Kang Denied Visa, In Doubt To Make 2017 Season


While it doesn't appear that there's an official reason Kang's visa was rejected, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting that Kang's December 2 DUI arrest had something to do with it. "Now the challenge is if we don't, if it takes some time, we've built this club and feel good about the guys we have here". David Freese is likely to be Pittsburgh's starting third baseman in Kang's absence. Read More »

Gianluigi Buffon: 'I Might Do a Zidane and Headbutt Someone'


The goalkeeper has played for Italy for more than 19 years, having made his debut at 19 on October 29, 1997. The Juventus No.1 has stated that he will call it quits after the World Cup in 2018, after what would be an unprecedented sixth appearance at the tournament should the Azzurri qualify. Read More »

Redskins sign former Rams WR Brian Quick


The Redskins lost their two starting WRs this month, with DeSean Jackson signing with the Buccaneers, and Pierre Garcon following Sean McVay to the San Francisco 49ers. Only six receivers had a lower rate during that time. Pryor is guaranteed a primary role with the Redskins, and Crowder fits in as a primary slot receiver with a significant role. Read More »

Xavier Musketeers next up for Gonzaga after knocking off Arizona

The Muskateers fell behind again and continued to fight off Arizona standout Allonzo Trier, who kept the Wildcats on top of Xavier for a majority of the second half. It allowed 20 offensive rebounds to West Virginia, which just won't cut it. Like a goofy, junior backup center sealing off a likely top-10 pick in the 2017 National Basketball Association draft to win a game on a high-low bucket, or a No. Read More »

NIT Predictions: Will Illinois cover at home vs. Valparaiso? 3/14/17


On Tuesday night, in the first game since Groce was sacked, his Fighting Illini showed that those qualities are still evident in the program. The game will tip off at the State Farm Center at 6:15 PM. They've been through a lot. Valparaiso still tied for the top spot in the regular-season Horizon League standings, but taking away the senior Peters - the conference Player of the Year - and his 23 points and 10.1 rebounds per game was a tough blow for coach Matt Lottich's squad. Read More »

Hamilton dominates practice in Australia as F1 2017 begins


Depriving Alonso of second place on the entry to his first Grand Prix racing corner was rather more spectacular than that, and the Englishman has continued in that same aggressive vein ever since. "There is a question mark over exactly where we are after all our troubles in testing recently, when we were not able to push the vehicle on any lap due to different problems". Read More »

Boult ruled out of third ANZ Test


Boult's new ball partner Tim Southee is already out of the Test in Hamilton with a torn hamstring and New Zealand is also missing batting stalwart Ross Taylor. However Ferguson picked up an injury during Auckland's Plunket Shield win over Otago this week, in which the fast bowler took five for 53 and three for 45. Read More »

The Senators are heading for Sweden next season


Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Mar. 29. The games will be staged November 10th and 11th at the Globe (Globen) in Stockholm, marking the sixth time, and first since 2011 that teams from the elite North American league have visited Europe to play regular-season contests. Read More »

USA Gymnastics CEO Steve Penny resigns in wake of sex abuse scandal


USA Today reports that Penny "had been facing increased criticism since August for not doing enough to protect gymnasts from sexual abuse or responding to allegations against coaches appropriately or quickly enough". 'We have accepted Steve's resignation and want to thank him for his contributions and dedication to USA Gymnastics over the years. Team USA has produced the last four all-around female gymnastic champions, and won team golds at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. Read More »

Bottas out to make the most of dream chance at Mercedes


Just five days after Rosberg won the title in Abu Dhabi, he stunned the sporting world with his decision to retire from the sport as champion. The arrival of Valtteri Bottas at Mercedes will push Lewis Hamilton to excel in 2017, says two-time world champion Emerson Fittipaldi. Read More »

Marc Wilmots wants Yaya Toure to play for Ivory Coast again


The BBC quoted him as saying : "We've got to get him back". Dussuyer resigned after his side were knocked out in the group stage in this year's Cup of Nations in Gabon. Wilmots led Belgium for four years, reaching the quarterfinals at both the 2014 World Cup and last year's European Championship. Toure, 33, said on his retirement: "I no longer feel able to set myself new goals as a player with the Elephants of Ivory Coast". Read More »

Uncapped Gibson called up by England after Smalling injury


Chris Smalling has been forced out of the England squad through injury, leading Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson to receive his first call-up. Smalling's exit however compounds England manager Gareth Southgate's defensive worries, with Chelsea's Gary Cahill, the captain in Wednesday's 1-0 friendly worldwide defeat by Germany in Dortmund, suspended. Read More »

Pires: Wenger more important to Arsenal than Sanchez and Ozil


Wenger said: "He was very close (to signing for Arsenal )". Alex Iwobi has spoken about Alexis Sanchez , insisting there is no rift at the club and the team love to have a player like Sanchez in the team who is a player that always wants to win even if the Chilean does show it more than anyone. Read More »

FA chairman lambasts behaviour of some England fans in Germany

Harry Kane celebrates scoring England's first goal in their friendly against Turkey. A police officer who was stabbed at the Houses of Parliament and his attacker are among the dead, according to Metropolitan Police Acting Deputy Commissioner and Head of Counter Terrorism Mark Rowley. Read More »