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GM: Brady, Arians 'perfect marriage' for Bucs

Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht isn't concerned that the arrival of quarterback Tom Brady will put too much pressure on his young roster...

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Bruce Irvin will never forget those that doubted Seattle's 2012 draft

Looking back, the 2012 NFL Draft was a home run for the Seattle Seahawks. This is also the draft...

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What If: Doing a Redo of the 2010 MLB Draft Could Have Netted the Indians a Massive Game Changer

When it comes to the Major League Baseball draft, like all sports drafts there is no exact science,...

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Report: Nets Internally Discussing Bradley Beal Trade

The Nets have "internally discussed avenues," to acquire Wizards guard Bradley Beal, according to...

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Cards have found gems later in draft

Diego, would be the center fielder. Pham had a monster 2017 season for the Cardinals, hitting 23 homers, stealing 25 bases and hitting .306. Allen Craig,...

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5 clubs that have had the most 1st-round success

To say the Draft is an inexact science for Major League teams would be an understatement. While the opening round can include extra compensation picks,...

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Rewriting Dolphins history: What if Peyton Manning had made a different decision when he was a free...

It's Peyton Manning week at Sports Illustrated, and the retrospective of his illustrious career...

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Who Are the Seahawks' 'Jordan and Pippen?'

With the wild popularity of the 10-part ESPN documentary on the Chicago Bulls' dynasty in the 1990s, "The Last Dance" highlighted the truly special...

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