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Carson Wentz Ready for Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Carson Wentz is excited to be back in practice with his team. After missing 8 games in the last 2 seasons, he is optimistic about his rehab process and is ready to start this season. https://twitter.com/cj_wentz/status/1130933800274415616 His career Wentz joined the Eagles in 2016 when they …

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NFL Competition Committee Simplifies Catch Rule

For decades, defining what is and isn’t a catch in the NFL has caused frustration for players, coaches and fans. The Competition Committee proposed several recommendations Wednesday to clarify the catch rule. After much deliberation & input from coaches, players, @NFLLegends, & club executives, the @NFL Competition Committee will recommend …

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Colts Amidst Coaching Turmoil, Questions About Luck’s Recovery

The Indianapolis Colts are facing a lot of chaos in the midst of Josh McDaniels’  turnaround and Andrew Luck‘s injury. Josh McDaniels fiasco Colts General Manager Christ Ballard announced Tuesday that Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels would become Indy’s head coach. Little did he know that the Patriots were convincing …

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Cardinals New Hire Steve Wilks Confident for 2018

After six seasons on the coaching staff with the Carolina Panthers’ Steve Wilks will be the Arizona Cardinals’ new head coach. Former Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians retired at the close of the 2017 regular season after five years as head coach. Wilks’ coaching history Wilks first and only other …

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Eddy Piñeiro Considering NFL Now That McElwain is Gone

An exciting first few home games turned into a disappointing season for the Florida Gator football team. Following the loss of Head Coach Jim McElwain and another disappointing defeat at Mizzou, the Gators are gearing up for Saturday’s matchup against South Carolina. Junior Kicker Eddy Piñeiro says the Gators are …

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NLDS Game 3 Preview: Cubs vs. Nationals

The NLDS is tied at one game apiece. With the series split, the Cubs will bring the series to Wrigley to face off against the Nationals. Series So Far The Cubs shut out the Nationals in Game 1 after a strong pitching matchup. Kyle Hendricks and Stephen Strasburg each went …

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Exciting Finishes Around the NFL in Week 3

Week 3 in the NFL brought some exciting finishes and big upsets around the league. Bears 23, Steelers 17 The Chicago Bears upset the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime Sunday at Soldier Field. The Bears forced some turnovers in the first half and had the potential to keep the momentum going …

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Dressel Named USA Swimming Athlete of the Year

Two-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Caeleb Dressel was named USA Swimming Athlete of the Year this past weekend. 2017 Athlete of the Year Caeleb Dressel highlights this weekend's #USAS2017 award winners! Full list ➡️ https://t.co/rrN3j8tV6I pic.twitter.com/Uj2gT9lkx2 — USA Swimming (@USASwimming) September 17, 2017 Olympic Gold Medalist Dressel made a name …

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Jay Cutler Adjusting in Miami

The Miami Dolphins have been adjusting to their new starting quarterback, Jay Cutler. Cutler signed with the Dolphins on August 6, in the wake of Ryan Tannehill’s season-ending knee injury. Cutler’s previous relationship with Dolphins head coach Adam Gase made Miami appealing enough for him to end his brief retirement. …

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Three Gators Honored For Collegiate Women’s Sports Award

Every season, the Collegiate Women’s Sports Award program recognizes the top collegiate female student-athlete in 12 sports. This year, Florida athletes top three NCAA rosters. Kelly Barnhill, Alex McMurtry, and Belinda Woolcock all received invites to the 2017 Honda Sports Awards. Tonight, they will find out if they made the Top …

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