Quarterback Trevor Siemian Makes Big Strides at Vikings Training Camp

Aug 01, 2018 | by Maria Santora,

EAGAN, Minn. — Former Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went down with an injury in 2016, Sam Bradford followed suit in October of 2017, which meant Case Keenum was their guy.

So, it’s safe to say in 2018 having quality backup quarterbacks is pretty important for the purple and gold. Luckily for the Vikings, a few practices into training camp and Trevor Siemian ...

Lee Found Himself Tested Early With New Role

Jul 31, 2018 | by

OXNARD, Calif. – When Jason Witten abruptly announced his retirement from the NFL, ending his illustrious 15-year career, there was no question who the new leader of this Dallas Cowboys would be.

The coaches knew it. The players knew it. The fans even knew it as well.

Most importantly, Sean Lee not only knew it was time for him to take on that ...

CU's Phillip Lindsay is doing it again — this time in Denver Broncos training camp

Jul 31, 2018 | by Paul Klee, The Gazette
CU's Phillip Lindsay is doing it again — this time in Denver Broncos training camp

ENGLEWOOD — He's doing it again. He's doing that thing where he hears what's supposed to happen, ignores it completely and writes the ending that he believes the world should read.

Phillip Lindsay is doing Phillip Lindsay things, in other words. Still ticked he didn't get drafted, Lindsay's scootin' and slashin' around the Broncos practice fields and has members of the Super Bowl ...

Calderon, Pachulia ideal fits to complete Pistons roster with veteran leaders

Jul 31, 2018 | by Keith Langlois,
Calderon, Pachulia ideal fits to complete Pistons roster with veteran leaders

AUBURN HILLS – It’s a 50-50 call whether either Jose Calderon or Zaza Pachulia will wind up in Dwane Casey’s everyday rotation, but both veterans are uniquely qualified to handle their role no matter what side of the coin comes up for them.


Jul 31, 2018 | by Gordon Hayward,

After I had to go in for surgery in May (don’t worry I’m fine now), I was kind of back to square one for a bit in terms of the rehab. Stuck in a boot, not very mobile. But that did give me a chance to do a little gaming.

Like everyone else, I’ve become a little obsessed with Fortnite.

Kevin Pangos: Τhe new brain of Barcelona

Jul 29, 2018 | by Stefanos Tatsios,

The Canadian guard will be playing in the colors of Barcelona for the next two years, “cashing in” his decisive performances in Sarunas Jasikevicius’s team, which he led to big successes.

Eurohoops presents Kevin Pangos’s course on the courts so far, and looks at how his career took off and how his stocks in Zalgiris got him to Barcelona.

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Ryan Broekhoff's long road from Frankston to the bright lights of Dallas

Jul 29, 2018 | by Steve Smith, ESPN

As a junior player, Ryan Broekhoff was so quiet his coach gave him one of the better reverse nicknames you can imagine: Rowdy.

But if the kid from Frankston, Victoria, didn't make much noise then, he's certainly making up for it on the court now.

In early July, the 6'7" [201-centimetre] sharpshooter signed a two-year, $2.4 million USD ($3.2 million AUD) deal with the Dallas ...

Mohamed Sanu is not a typical slot receiver, he’s ‘another cheat code’ for the Falcons

Jul 28, 2018 | by Matthew Tabeek, Atlanta Falcons

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Falcons coach Dan Quinn said that one of the best ways a player can help the team is to know their own style – and to not try to be something they’re not.

“When a player knows who they are, and when a player knows not only who they are, but how to work and develop that, ...

Haloti Ngata Loves The 'Fun' Side Of Training Camp

Jul 28, 2018 | by Dave Spadaro, Philadelphia Eagles

In his 13th NFL season, Ngata is healthy, happy, and excited to contribute to the Eagles' defense. He thinks special things are ahead.

The 12th overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is a five-time All-Pro, a five-time Pro Bowl selection, and he’s won a Super Bowl. He’s in his 13th NFL season and, get this, Ngata ...

As Sterling Brown fights for an NBA job, he’s embraced his role in a bigger struggle

Jul 28, 2018 | by Gary Washburn, Boston Globe

The standing ovation from the fans at Miller Park was a sobering irony, or maybe it was just a glaring example of the state of race relations in Milwaukee.

Brewers reliever Josh Hader received a raucous round of applause last week in his first home appearance since a stream of racist and homophobic tweets posted by him seven years ago as a 17-year-old became public. ...


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