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Former Florida State All-American defensive end DeMarcus Walker was selected 51st overall on Friday night by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Walker almost doubled Garrett's tackle and sack totals last season, and he was more productive in games against Southeastern Conference competition, despite playing just two games against SEC teams.
  • Clippers' Griffin to miss rest of playoffs with toe injury

    Clippers' Griffin to miss rest of playoffs with toe injury

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    He joined a Jazz team that lacked the thing he does best, and silently - as he is wont to do - became their secret weapon off the bench. His other four buckets were vintage JJ-working down on the block, bullying his defender into turnaround jumpers and push shots in the lane.
  • Former Hamilton, Current Dodger Cody Bellinger Prepped For Call-Up

    Former Hamilton, Current Dodger Cody Bellinger Prepped For Call-Up

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    It's not yet known the severity of Pederson's injury, but Bellinger's presence in the lineup should help fill the void in the outfield. While inexperienced at those positions , Bellinger is a good enough athlete to perform adequately in the outfield, although first base projects to be his best position long-term.
  • Adrian Peterson, New Orleans Saints closing in on deal

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    Of course, Butler's status is still far from certain. The Saints are now loaded with two first-round draft picks. They could just sign him as a free agent next offseason and given the fact they've already discussed a long-term deal with Butler gives them familiarity with him on the market in 2018.
  • It's Over - Bruins drop Game 6 to Senators

    It's Over - Bruins drop Game 6 to Senators

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    All six games of the series were decided by one goal, four in overtime, and Sunday marked the Senators' sixth straight win at TD Garden. Bobby Ryan and Kyle Turris scored for Ottawa five minutes apart in the second to give the Senators a 2-1 lead.
  • N'Golo Kante and Dele Alli win big at the PFA Awards

    N'Golo Kante and Dele Alli win big at the PFA Awards

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    Premier League wins for Kante this season in 31 appearances - the same number he managed in 37 games for Leicester last term. And, the France global has played a key role to Chelsea's success this season. Earning another three points in a crunch week is his focus and the joy of reaching the FA Cup final will be erased from the memory as will the endorsement from his fellow players.
  • Tottenham fans should be pleased with Arsenal's FA Cup semi-final win

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    Hours before Arsenal ended Pep Guardiola's chances of winning a trophy in his first season in England, United's win at Burnley moved them to within a point of City in the Premier League table, meaning a win this week would see them overtake their neighbours as both look to secure a top four finish.
  • Joel Matip Starts - Liverpool Team vs Crystal Palace Confirmed

    Joel Matip Starts - Liverpool Team vs Crystal Palace Confirmed

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    In the 74th minute the Belgian stooped to head in a corner and win the game. That result condemned West Brom to a fifth loss in seven (six of which have seen them failed to score ), but it's onwards and upwards for Liverpool , who are third with five games left in their season.
  • Masterful Nadal makes it ten in Monte Carlo

    Masterful Nadal makes it ten in Monte Carlo

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    Rafael Nadal said he could not have imagined he would enjoy such sustained success in the Monte-Carlo Masters, after winning the tournament for a remarkable 10th time. Nadal was flawless in the first set, only giving his opponent one game as he was ruthless with his service. "The next step is not Roland Garros, the next step is Barcelona", said Nadal.
  • Mumbai Indians wins a low-scoring contest

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    Mitchell McClenaghan (3/24) led the way as Jasprit Bumrah (2/21) and Hardik Pandya (1/23 in 3 overs) also relished in helpful conditions. Hardik Pandya hit two sixes, off what were probably the only two balls that were really in his hitting zone in his 23-ball innings.
  • Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus in line for return for Man City

    Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus in line for return for Man City

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    According to a report of the Daily Star , Jesus visited Dr. Cugat in Barcelona at his "Quironsalud Hospital". Wenger's decision to field three at the back caught everyone by surprise against Middlesbrough and he could choose to do the same again, although the likes of Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling on the flanks could pose huge problems for the Arsenal defence.
  • Dwyane Wade Not Returning to the Chicago Bulls Next Season?

    Dwyane Wade Not Returning to the Chicago Bulls Next Season?

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    The Bulls announced Friday morning that Rajon Rondo is out indefinitely with a broken thumb. Down 0-2 to the Chicago Bulls in the first round, the Celtics need to make something happen quickly. This edition will take a look at every series thus far in the first round. Brad Stevens' adjustment to Rondo's playmaking will dictate how the series goes.