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Ed Sheeran wore a Bradley Beal jersey during his concert in DC on Tuesday

Sep 20, 2017 | by Bulletsforever.com

Ed Sheeran performed at Capital One Arena on Tuesday night, and like many performers before him, he decided to rep the local team during his performance:

But interestingly, Sheeran didn’t go with John Wall’s jersey. Instead, he went with Bradley Beal, which seems like an interesting call until you examine some of his other recent concerts.

Ryan Jensen continues to impress after a stellar game in Week 2

Sep 20, 2017 | by Kyle P. Barber, baltimorebeatdown.com

Worry

That’s what Ravens fans felt before the 2017 training camp begun.

Jeremy Zuttah was out, and fans liked the change. They didn’t however, like the zero experience in the center position. John Urschel was average in the fans eyes, and Ryan Jensen was only expected to be slightly above Urschel.

Then, the first day of camp, John Harbaugh received a message from Urschel, informing him of his retirement from ...

DeMarre Carroll: team leader? Marks thinks so

Sep 19, 2017 | by Bryan Fonseca, netsdaily.com

Without leadership, there is no culture. And that leadership can’t be limited to the coaching staff or front office.

In fact, many of you have battled about who will step forward and lead the Nets, with options usually limited to two players, D’Angelo Russell and Jeremy Lin and 140 characters or less.

When asked about leadership among his players during Tuesday afternoon’s press conference, Sean Marks, sitting beside Kenny ...

Bucs WR Mike Evans continues to be Tampa Bay's most lethal weapon

Sep 18, 2017 | by Bonnie Mott,

Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans emerged as one of the best receivers in the game last season and his performance against the Bears in Sunday’s 29-7 victory in the Bucs’ season opener proved that he doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.

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Davon House gets a chance to make a difference

Sep 14, 2017 | by Mike Spofford, packers.com

GREEN BAY – During his two years in Jacksonville, Davon House never stopped rooting for the Packers.

As such, he didn’t enjoy watching last January’s NFC title game in Atlanta that the Falcons’ explosive offense dominated to end Green Bay’s remarkable stretch run.

“It was tough. A game away from the Super Bowl again,” said House, who was with the Packers when they came ...

Trevor Siemian Applying The Lessons He Learned from Peyton Manning

Sep 12, 2017 | by Robert Klemko, si.com

DENVER — This is how it was supposed to look, more or less. It wasn’t always pretty or high-flying, but Trevor Siemian got the job done. In his first start since winning the quarterback job for the second season over Paxton Lynch, Siemian was methodical, connecting with seven different receivers on 17 of 28 passes for 219 yards, three scores ...

Heat’s James Johnson cracks Sports Illustrated’s top 100 NBA players

Sep 11, 2017 | by Alex Makrides, palmbeachpost.com

It took James Johnson seven years to finally find his footing in the NBA. After a breakout season under the guidance of the Miami Heat organization, Johnson is considered one of the top 100 players in the NBA according to Sports Illustrated.

The Heat forward bounced around five teams before signing a one-year deal with Miami last season, a move that ...

With Stephon Tuitt out, Tyson Alualu and L.T. Walton step up on Steelers defensive line

Sep 11, 2017 | by Ray Fittipaldo, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The biceps injury Steelers defensive end Stephon Tuitt sustained in the first quarter of the season opener against the Browns Sunday is not a season-ending injury, according to his teammates.

Tuitt left the game early in the first quarter after tackling Browns running back Isaiah Crowell and did not return to the game. He made a brief appearance in the locker room Monday, ...

Brooklyn Nets Guard Joe Harris Discusses Time In Cleveland, Hopes For Future With Nets

Sep 11, 2017 | by Ryan Mayer. CBS Local Sports

Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Harris’ story of getting to the NBA is similar to that of many NBA players. When Harris was growing up, he set goals for himself at each level of basketball continuing to set the bar higher and higher as he reached each successive goal.

NFL star Ryan Jensen says sleep apnea diagnosis 'saved my career'

Sep 08, 2017 | by Catherine Thorbecke and Taylor Behrendt, ABC News

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Football star Ryan Jensen said that a sleep apnea diagnosis "saved my career," after he could not understand why he was losing his strength and never feeling rested even after being in bed for over 8 hours a night.

The Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman told ABC News that three years ago his football future was in doubt after he ...

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