Category: Tennessee Titans

Tennessee Titans

Apr 30

Giants’ Josh Mauro suspended 4 games for PED violation

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The Giants signed defensive end Josh Mauro earlier this week, but he won’t be able to play the first month of the regular season. The team announced Friday that the league has suspended Mauro for the first four games of the 2018 season for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances. He is eligible …

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Apr 27

Michael Bennett indicted for allegedly injuring paraplegic woman at Super Bowl 51

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Newly acquired Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett has been indicted by a grand jury in Harris County, Texas, for allegedly injuring a 66-year-old paraplegic woman after Super Bowl 51 in February 2017, according to the Harris County District Attorney’s office. The Eagles released a statement saying the team is aware of the situation and is …

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Apr 25

NFL trade news: Buccaneers acquire DE Jason Pierre-Paul from Giants

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The Buccaneers added to their defensive line Thursday, sending a third- and fourth-round pick in the 2018 draft to the Giants for Jason Pierre-Paul and a 2018 fourth-round pick. Tampa Bay needed help on the defensive edge, but at pick No. 7 in the draft the Bucs had virtually no shot at landing Chubb. Jason …

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Apr 17

Who had the best sneakers of Week 25 in the NBA?

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With his season-long #LeBronWatch campaign featuring two surprises this week, Cavaliers All-Star LeBron James once again continued his dominance both on the court and with his shoe game. Nike has made more than 10 special editions of his latest signature model, the LeBron 15, highlighting everything from classic Nike brand stories to colorways and themes …

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Apr 14

Hitter or pitcher? Why Shohei Ohtani’s fantasy value is best on the mound

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Hey hey, Shohei! You’re No. 1 on the Player Rater! Through one week — OK, 11 days (or the length of the ESPN first “week”) — no star in fantasy baseball has shined brighter than Shohei Ohtani’s, the Los Angeles Angels’ hitter/pitcher. And he’s worthy of that dual label, having already provided sizable contributions on …

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Apr 12

Towns helps T-wolves top Grizzlies 113-94, closer to clinch

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The Minnesota Timberwolves picked up another important win to keep pace in this relentless Western Conference race. Their quest to end the franchise’s 14-year absence from the playoffs still isn’t finished. Teague missed six of his first eight shots, but he helped the Wolves pull away with a four-point play in the early portion of …

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Mar 30

That’s how rare the sightings are of injury-free quarterbacks under the age of 30 who hit the market with no string attached a la a franchise tag.

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Mind you, Minnesota’s version of the Pequod spent a fortune in bait to net Cousins. Guaranteeing 100 percent of a player’s salary (or awfully close depending on the contract’s final wording) is unchartered waters for any NFL team since the current free-agency system began in 1993. Beyond the gamble on player performance, it’s especially risky …

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Mar 07

Brewers manager on Ryan Braun at first base: Still at start of process

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AJ Mass: In a points league, I don’t think there’s as much urgency to grab most of these starters at this proposed point of the draft. In a vacuum, at least from a pure value standpoint, relative to hitters, the entirety of this SP sextet probably can wait a minimum of five more rounds before …

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Mar 03

In 2018, McCaffrey will try to end the Panthers’ drought without a 1,000-yard rusher.

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Carolina hasn’t had one since 2009, when both Williams and Stewart broke 1,000 yards. That’s the longest active drought by a team in the NFL, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The additional cap space could help the Panthers re-sign All-Pro left guard Andrew Norwell and defensive tackle Star Lotulelei. While Hurney said it was …

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Feb 28

Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov will be looking to build on his lead in the race for the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer.

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He had two assists against the Senators and has 80 points, seven more than Calgary Flames forward Johnny Gaudreau. He was the 26th pick in the 2015 NHL draft and had played this season with the Laval Rocket of the AHL after sustaining a foot injury at the beginning of the season. “We probably would …

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