Coming off a down year offensively, the New England Patriots reached out to a familiar face. Bill O’Brien spent 5
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Eagles Release Josh Huff
Huff was pulled over for speeding on Tuesday. During the citation, police also noticed a 9mm handgun which was being carried without a permit. In addition to the weapons charge, Huff was charged with a disorderly persons offense for having less than 50 grams of marijuana, police said.
Cubs Win the 2016 World Series
It only took 108 years, but the Cubs are back on top as champions of Major League Baseball. Powered by a trio of solo home runs, aggressive base-running and clutch hitting, Chicago outlasted the Indians to take home their first World Series title since 1908.
Vikings OC Norv Turner has Resigned
League Sources have told ESPN that Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner has resigned. Minnesota was 31st in the league in total offense and 23rd in the league in points per game
Junior to Grace Cover of MLB The Show 17
Fresh off his Hall of Fame induction, Ken Griffey Jr. was given another honor this week, as Sony announced that he would be given the cover of MLB The Show 17.
Arrieta Dominant as Cubs Tie Series
Teams that score first had been 12-0 through the LCS and game 1 of the World Series, so Chicago had to be feeling great when Rizzo doubled home Kris Bryant to open the scoring in the top of the first.
All Sports Talk Podcast 10.26.2016
Aaron discusses the first two games of the 2016 World Series and gives his predictions for some of the top matchups in the NFL this weekend.
Broncos C.J. Anderson to Miss Time with Knee Injury
Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson suffered a knee injury during Monday’s game and will likely be sidelined for at least a few weeks while it heals.
Patriots Dion Lewis Expected Back at Practice this Week
Lewis injured his knee at the end of the 2015 season, and has been working his way back for the past few months.
Indians Take Game 1 in Dominating Fashion
Corey Kluber tossed a dominant six innings, striking out nine and Roberto Perez drove in four as Cleveland took game one convincingly.