Month: February 2018

Hampton University, which is leaving the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference for the Big South in July 2018, accused the MEAC of making “unreasonable” and “vindictive” demands of Hampton in the transition. Hampton said Tuesday in a release that the MEAC has refused to sit down to discuss the transition and will not allow Hampton to play
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PITTSBURGH — In his first interview since suffering a severe spinal injury in early December, Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier said he plans to play football again. “I’ve gotta get back, bro,” Shazier said on teammate Roosevelt Nix‘s podcast, which was posted to social media Tuesday night. Shazier touched on several topics in the podcast, including
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INDIANAPOLIS — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck says the thought of having a second surgery on his right shoulder has “sailed.” Luck, who is continuing his rehabilitation on his surgically repaired right shoulder, did not attend a Town Hall event held by the Colts on Tuesday. However, he did a pre-recorded video interview with Sports Illustrated’s
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The Miami Dolphins have decided to use their franchise tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry. The team tweeted the announcement Tuesday, the first day teams can use their franchise or transition tags. The salary for wide receivers getting the franchise tag this offseason is expected to be around $16.2 million. How much will it cost
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The New York Yankees have added another starting infield candidate, acquiring Brandon Drury in a three-way trade that also saw the Tampa Bay Rays send outfielder Steven Souza Jr. to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Rays receive second baseman prospect Nick Solak from the Yankees and pitcher Anthony Banda and two players to be named from
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Ireland’s Andy Lee, who won a middleweight world title after a stellar amateur career, announced his retirement from boxing on Tuesday. Lee, 33, appearing on the Irish radio broadcaster Newstalk’s “Off The Ball” sports show, said he was done boxing and decided to end his career because “now is the right time.” In December 2014,
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