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Archive for May 3rd, 2012

Doc Rivers Says Rajon Rondo Waited for His Teammates by the Bus to Thank Them for Winning Game Two

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

With their All-Star point guard sitting out because of a suspension, and Ray Allen still sitting on the sidelines with an ankle injury, the Boston Celtics turned to their captain and he delivered in a big, big way. After struggling mightily in the first game of the series, Paul Pierce ...

Scott Pioli on Rumors of Chiefs Trading Dwayne Bowe for a Draft Pick: “I will say unequivocally 100% untrue.”

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

The NFL draft may have occurred a week ago, but the Kansas City Chiefs are at work addressing more needs on the team. Dallas Clark and O.J. Atogwe made visits to Kansas City this week as Scott Pioli looks to fill the remaining holes left on the team after the ...

Friend Rodney Peete Says Junior Seau Was Full of Life: “Never at any point did I feel that he had lost that”

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Rodney Peete had known Junior Seau since Seau was only 19 years old, and the former USC teammates spoke every couple months until the very end. The two were also inducted into the USC Hall of Fame together in 2010. With Seau dying tragically Wednesday, Peete was forced to begin mourning ...

Stephen Hill on Being Drafted by the New York Jets: “I am ready to get things kicked off with Mark Sanchez.”

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

The New York Jets went out and addressed a major area of need on the team when they used their second-round draft pick (43rd overall) on Stephen Hill. The 6’4″, 215 lb wide receiver from Georgia Tech has been said to have the body frame of Terrell Owens while he ...

Ryan Tannehill Hopes Understanding of Dolphins’ Offense Leads To Easy Transition

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

It may not have been the only reason that the Miami Dolphins selected quarterback Ryan Tannehill with the No. 8 overall pick in last week's NFL Draft, but it certainly didn't hurt that his former coach at Texas A&M, Mike Sherman, is the Dolphins' offensive coordinator. And he's not alone ...

Bobby Valentine: Aaron Cook will Replace Josh Beckett Saturday, Which Could Lead to an Indefinite Six-Man Rotation

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

Despite a recent six-game winning streak, the Boston Red Sox are still buried at the bottom of the American League East. The rotation has always been the biggest concern, and things aren't getting any easier because Clay Buchholz continues to lack consistency while Josh Beckett has been sidelined temporarily. It ...