Archive | July, 2010

Where’s Brett Favre retirement news?

What’s missing from the daily news cycle as the NFL training camps open? The yearly angst about whether Brett Favre will retire or return for another season.

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UFC 117 rundown, MMA KO of the week

The Countdown for UFC 117 is on as we’re just days away from the pay-per-view event at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

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Phillies get Oswalt while they close in on Braves

With their 5-3 loss to the Washington Nationals, the Atlanta Braves lost their second consecutive series, and both of them were to teams within the division narrowing the gap of their lead.

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Steelers sign veteran OT Flozell Adams

Pittsburgh Steelers added five-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Flozell Adams to their team when they signed him to a two-year deal yesterday.

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Witness in Pitino case calls rape allegation “craziness”

Ex-husband of Rick Pitino’s accuser is defending his honor against rape charges and calls rape allegation “craziness”.

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Blackhawks’ Niemi goes to arbitration, Ladd signs

There were expected to be two high-profile NHL arbitration cases on Thursday but one of those players signed a deal shortly before his meeting. While the Atlanta Thrashers were inking forward Andrew Ladd, the Chicago Blackhawks weren’t as fortunate and will be biting their nails to the bone while they await an answer that will come […]

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Orioles hire manager Buck Showalter

The Baltimore Orioles hired Buck Showalter as new manager on Thursday after meeting with numerous other candidates including interim manager Juan Samuel.

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T.O. misses flight, misspells Cincinnati

Appears T.O. won’t make that great of a first impression after all after the flamboyant WR missed his flight then misspells “Cincinnati”.

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ESPN yanks LeBron in Vegas story

This controversial LeBron James story detailing his trip to Las Vegas has been yanked by ESPN.com.

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Ben Eager signs one-year deal with Atlanta

Another NHL arbitration was avoided when the Atlanta Thrashers agreed to a contract with restricted free agent forward Ben Eager.

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