Trent Williams: The Good That Came From Drama Filled Weekend

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If you like drama mixed into your football experience, keeping tabs on the Washington Redskins is a must. Although he is a player of a former rival, Troy Aikman alluded to the Redskins being more dysfunctional than the Kardashians. “Sombody compared the Redskins to the Kardashians. Saying they’re the Kardashians of the NFL. I don’t […] READ MORE


Opportunities Presents Itself For Sammie Coates, Others

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At this point, when the Pittsburgh Steelers draft a wide receiver in the middle-to-late rounds of the NFL draft, you almost have to believe that he is going to eventually be a player that contributes at a high level. Mike Wallace was a third round pick that scored 32 touchdowns in 63 games with the […] READ MORE


For Redskins, Tight End Position To Watch in Third Preseason Game

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When he is able to step onto the field, there is no doubting that Washington Redskins’ tight end is one of the most talented at his position. But the problem for the former Florida Gator, now entering his third season has been his ability to stay on the field to flash his skills. In just […] READ MORE



Ian Cole Will Serve As Bridge On Pens Blue Line

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There is no doubting that the combination of Ollia Maatta and Kris Letang – if both remain healthy – could easily become one of the best pairings in all of hockey, but if the Pittsburgh Penguins are going to find success this year it is going to come by the hands of another defender. Question […] READ MORE


Teddy Bridgewater: Great Start To Preseason Continues

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Despite being the home team, the Minnesota Vikings had to take a back seat to the pre-game media monster that was the coverage of first overall pick, and former Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston’s NFL debut. Not a stranger to being overlooked by other quarterbacks, Teddy Bridgewater continued to roll and now through two preseason […] READ MORE




Matt Cullen A Perfect Fit For Penguins Fourth Line

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All though this offseason will be remembered mostly for the Phil Kessel trade, Pittsburgh Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford has succeeded adding talent to the team even if that move hadn’t been made. Now in his second year as the GM, Rutherford set out not only to add another skilled winger for the top six, […] READ MORE


Jason Zucker And The Most Efficient Scoring Bargains

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In today’s NHL, with the Salary Cap in place, teams are looking to find every bargain they can find. Whether it be turning over every rock during free agency, or getting big production from a young player on an entry-level contract, getting more from less is almost a necessity to compete when it matters most. […] READ MORE