NFL

The Roller Coaster Career; A Look Into Adrian Peterson

   Known as one of the best running backs ever, Adrian Peterson has had quite the career. Lets look at his amazing seasons, injuries, legal troubles and everything else about the Vikings’ star. In 2004, Peterson started his attendance at the University of Oklahoma, where he played under coach Bob Stoops. In his true freshman […]

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Adrian Peterson Won’t Take Carries During Preseason

   Months and months of anticipation has gone on for fans around the nation, leaving one question; how productive can Adrian Peterson be for the Minnesota Vikings? With over 10,000 yards to his name, the running back has made it clear that he didn’t wish to continue to be on the Vikings’ roster any longer.  […]

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Dolphins Add Depth on Defensive Line

   The Miami Dolphins and C.J. Mosley have agreed to terms on a one year deal. Mosley will reunite with former Detroit Lions’ teammate and good friend Ndamukong Suh in Miami, and will likely back up Suh and starting DT Earl Mitchell. Last year, in fifteen games with the Lions, Mosley had 26 tackles and […]

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NHL

Stanley Cup Game 4 Recap

   Game four went underway on Wednesday night, as the Blackhawks’ trailed the Lightning 2-1 in the series. The Blackhawks’ needed this victory at home in order to tie the series at two a piece, but the Lightning would look to take the 3-1 advantage.  After a scoreless first period, it was fair to say […]

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MLB

Andrew Miller Joins Yankees Disabled List

   It seems like everyone is becoming inured lately. For the New York Yankees, closing pitcher Andrew Miller joins their disabled list with a forearm sprain. It’s quite a disappointment considering he’s been reliable in the later innings as their closer, with assistance by Dellin Betances.  It is said that Betances is his own prodigy, […]

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NFL: Wilkerson Attends Day One of Jets Minicamp

   The New York Jets kicked off mandatory minicamp on Tuesday with all 90 players attending, but all eyes were on star defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. Wilkerson is entering the final year of his rookie contract and is pushing for an extension. He is scheduled to make $6.97 million this year. If he had held […]

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NBA

NBA Finals Game 3 Recap

With the series tied 1-1, the Golden State Warriors walked into the Quicken Loans Arena well aware that in order to win the NBA Finals this year they are now going to have to steal a game on the road. However LeBron James and company had vey different plans. The Cavs got off to a […]

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MLB

Jake Odorizzi and Matt Holliday Land on the Disabled List

   Due to oblique tightness the Tampa Bay Rays Jake Odorizzi has made it on the 15 day DL with what’s being called a left oblique strain. Luckily for the Rays, it is known that nothing is wrong with his arm and should be able to bounce back into the rotation.  Odorizzi now joins Alex […]

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MLB

Chris Heston Throws No-Hitter

   Ladies and gentleman, the first no-hitter of the 2015 MLB season now goes to San Fransisco Giants’ RHP Chris Heston. Heston’s no hitter came off of the New York Mets on Tuesday night, as the Giants won the game by a score of 5-0.  Heston was about to fan 11 batters through his epic […]

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MLB

MLB; Who Will Win Each Award?

   AL Rookie of the Year: Carlos Rodon, P Chicago White Sox In 34.2 innings, Rodon has 35 strikeouts, 1.64 WHIP and a 3.12 ERA. If these numbers are similar at the end of the season, look for Rodon to win this award. Honorable Mention: Daniel Norris, P Toronto Blue Jays  NL Rookie of the […]

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