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  • to feel at home at Manchester United.The 21-year-o

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    outfielder was out, as expected, Friday against the Cardinals, as he continues to recover from a strained hamstring.

    He took part in sprints prior to the game, and continues to eye a Saturday return to the lineup. Pagan is also planning to take batting practice Friday, his first baseball activity since having a cortisone shot in the hamstring Wednesday. 

    More News 04/19/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 03/28/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 03/23/2017 • by RotoWire Staff 10/11/2016 ct made by Manchester City's new signings.The likes of Joao Cancelo and Rodri arrived in the summer to assist an already star studded squad in their quest for domestic and European dominance.Cancelo will provide competition to Kyle Walker for the rig • by RotoWire Staff 10/11/2016 • by RotoWire Staff gned permanently with Rangers.Steven Gerrard hailed Barker as "the type of player we've been looking for" after the winger joined Rangers from Manchester City.Barker, 22, has signed a three-year deal with the Scottish Premiership club, having been at 10/02/2016 d his players they must hold their Europa League qualifying place.The Hammers sit fifth in the Premier League after six games, having lost just once this season on the opening day, and travel to Bournemouth on Saturday.Pellegrini said: "At this momen • by RotoWire Staff
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  • r pursuit of Manchester City attacker Leroy Sane.C

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    relief pitcher threw a bullpen session Thursday at the team's spring training complex, .com reports. odric insists Gareth Bale is well liked inside the Real Madrid dressing room.Bale's future in Madrid is again in doubt this week.has just led Spain to glory in the European Under-21 Championships and his agent has raised Manchester United as a potential destination.Olmo, 21, has also been linked with a return to boyhood club Barcelona.But he has opened the door to a Premier LeBut Modric told Club del Deportista: he first-leg of their Champions League round 16 clash with RB Leipzig.Alli threw a wobbler upon being substituted during the 1-0 defeat.Ahead of the second-leg in Germany, he explained: "I was obviously disappointed to come off for many reasons. "If "Gareth and I are very similar. "We're shy and we don't talk a lot. Gareth speaks anHe has been dealing with elbow inflammation.

    It was Dotel's first session on the mound since being shut down after experiencing a setback last week. He hasn't pitched for the Tigers since April 19.

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  • June, the 35 year-old former England internationa

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    Manager Davey Johnson said he has not heard from the league os season.Despite Leicester's 2-1 Premier League win over Burnley at the weekend, Rodgers was critical of a certain aspect of their performance.He thinks the same few players are scoring most of the team's goals, such Jamie Vardy and Youri Tielemans.Bffice regarding any possible discipline for catcher 's actions Sunday. Suzuki was ejected from Sunday's series finale against the Cubs after arguing with home-plate umpire John Tumpane about balls and strikes. "I don't think there will be much to that," Johnson told .com. "[Tumpane] had a generous strike zone. Frustrations comes out with those."Suzuki entered Monday's series opener against the Dodgers hitting .243/.329/.419 with two home runs and nine RBI over 74 at-bats.

    More News 03/11/2020 • by RotoWire Staff orwich City midfielder Mario Vrancic is ready for Liverpool for the first game of the new season.Vrancic will fulfil a lifelong dream by playing in the Premier League and he cannot wait for the opening day clash with Liverpool which will see a reunio 02/19/2020 • by RotoWire Staff 10/30/2019 • by RotoWire Staff 10/30/2019 • by RotoWire Staff er the season will resume in Italy.Serie A is suspended due to the coronavirus crisis.“We'll see if we play again from this season or the next. To be honest, I think it'll be impossible to finish the season, as we need at least 20-30 days of traini 10/30/2019 • by RotoWire Staff 10/29/2019 • by RotoWire Staff
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  • rn to the Champions League after spending £152mil

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    Following a fay regarding a bad pitch that led to the injury of Ruben Loftus-Cheek.Loftus-Cheek suffered an achilles tendon injury in last Wednesday's Holocaust Memorial match in the USA.The English midfielder played against New England Revolution when he sufferedst start, shortstop prospect has cooled off for Class Adling their Europa League commitments.After a slow start to the season, Wolves picked up their third straight Premier League win just before the international break when they stunned Manchester City 2-0 at the Etihad."We don't have show anything to a Quad Cities largely in part to the cool weather. Correa is batting .221 with a .397 slugging percentage, three doubles, three home runs and 14 RBI in 18 games.

    "I've never experienced the cold," Correa said of his early struggles, per .com. "I'm trying to work as hard as I can and do the best I can for my team. It's been very challenging, but I know I have to fight through adversity."

    Correa was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 draft, but Quad Cities manager Omar Lopez said the team isn't putting any pressure on the burgeoning prospect to produce in his first full season in the minors.

    "It'sRB Leipzig have all but confirmed their interest in Erling Braut Haaland.The RB Salzburg striker is also being tracked by Manchester United."The boy is a very good player," he told Bild."Both in the league and in the Champions League, he does an exceptionally good job. "Of course, we are already looking around for the summer." not that he's chasing the ball or he's got a bad approach or that he's overmatched," Lopez said of Correa's numbers. "Sometimes he's too anxious. He's 18 and anxious. He needs to be more under control. I understand. He probably has high expectations and high goals for this season -- we don't."

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  • on of David Silva since he joined the club.Silva a

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    has signed with the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League, Zambrano went 7-10 with a 4.49 ERA in 35 appearances (20 starts) for the Marlins in 2012 ked Bournemouth to have their strongest Premier League season to date. The Cherries will open their campaign at home against newly-promoted Sheffield United.Asked whether he felt the top-flight would be stronger once again next seasoroder admits they're prepared to sell Jean-Philippe Gbamin this summer.Schroder says, however, everything will depend on the size of offers that arrive."It always depends on who wants him. It does not matter so much that he has not been able to show n, Howe told the but did not garner much interest from major-leahe Sun says the former Leicester City fullback has agreed a deal with Huddersfield until the end of the season.Cowley wanted experience in his squad to get the Terriers out of trouble and turned to 32-year-old to provide competition at right-back.Hudgue clubs this offseason.

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  • Graham Potter appreciates the foundations built b

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    starting pitcher , who left his previous start with a blister on his pitching thumb, bounced back with a dominant performance Tuesday night against the Twins.Verlander allowed a run-scoring double to Wilkin Ramirez in the 6-1 win. The left-hander allowed five hits in seven innings. He struck out eight and walked two in 114lo Ancelotti insists he's happy taking the job at Goodison Park.Ancelotti was speaking after their defeat of Brighton on Saturday."To be a manager is a challenge every week, every game is a challenge, nothing special," he said."I am really proud to b pitches, 73 for strikes. It was his second-longest outing of the season.Verlander, who has thrown 91-plus pitchespes the best for former manager Maurizio Sarri.Sarri left Chelsea for Juventus this month, leaving the Londoners as Europa League title winners.Asked about Sarri, whose reign was overshadowed by recriminations from fans and rumours of dressing-room u in each of his starts, was not bothered by his thumb but said said he experienced bleeding."It bled a little bit, but it was just kind of superficial," Verlander said. "I was able to kind of manage it, which is why I came out of the game after seven last time."Verlander is 9-0 in his last 10 starts against Minnesota. He has allowed five runs and has struck out 30 in his last 27 innings. The 30-year-old is scheduled to start Sunday at Houston. He is 2-1 with a 1.50 ERA in his first three starts away from Comerica Park.

    More News 15D ago • by RotoWire Staff 30D ago • by RotoWire Staff 03/30/2020 • by RotoWire Staff 03/17/2020 • by RotoWire Staff rd cannot be considered for the No7 shirt.The No7 has been worn by some of the greats over the years including George Best, Bryan Robson, David Beckham, Eric Cantona and Cristiano Ronaldo.And Saha believes Lingard can't just demand the shirt because 03/09/2020 • by RotoWire Staff 03/09/2020 • by RotoWire Staff
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  • Van de Beek spoke last week of interest from Manch

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    The activated starter from the 15-day disabled list on Saturday and optioned pitcher to Double-A Binghamton. Marcum will star for the Mets against Philadelphia at Citi Field Saturday. The 26-year-old Edgin appeared in 11 games and allowed 10 runs on 13 hits over 9 1/3 innings with 10 strikeouts.

    More News 05/24/2018 • by RotoWire Staff 05/16/2018 • by RotoWire Staff 03/25/2018 • by RotoWire Staff eves his old club will win the Champions League this week.While Liverpool missed out on domestic honours, they are favourites to beat their English rivals in the Spanish capital and round off their impressive season with some silverware. But Redknapp 03/12/2018 • by RotoWire Staff 02/04/2018 • by RotoWire Staff t Manchester United star Aaron Wan-Bissaka is working hard on his attacking output.Wan-Bissaka has been superb since arriving at the Red Devils this summer from Crystal Palace.His attacking input has received some criticism at times this season, but olding out regarding new contract talks.John Fleck, John Lundstram and Enda Stevens are among those yet to pen new deals, says the Daily Mail. Wilder said: "I understand the modern world of football agents, and their relationship with players. I've s 11/27/2017 • by RotoWire Staff
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  • The Inter Milan striker is currently on a season-l

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    DH has slowed down offensively after a strong start to the season.

    Morales hasn't managed a multi-hit game in his last seven starts, batting .182 (4 for 22) with one RBI, five walks and five strikeouts in that span. Morales opened the season with a .321 average (9 for 28) with one home run, three doubles and six RBI in his first seven games. He had a .536 slugging percentage in that span.

    More News 02/07/2020 • by RotoWire Staff 07/03/2019 • by RotoWire Staff 06/25/2019 • by RotoWire Staff 06/19/2019 Rob Holding has revealed how the players are voting on the captaincy.Holding says Gunners boss Unai Emery recently had the squad write down names on a piece of paper for him to consider before he made up his mind.He told Four Four Two: "He likes his • by RotoWire Staff 06/13/2019 some coaches' and players' quotes and our thoughts on the recently completed CONCACAF 2020 Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament. We also have the final results for Group B of the Asian Football Confederation Olympic Qualifying Tournament.CONCACAF 202 • by RotoWire Staff 06/13/2019 s talk he will reject the role of technical director and leave Roma.It's been suggested Totti is frustrated with the way the club is being run."At this moment many words are said and written, trying to hypothesis my thoughts and my choices," wrote To • by RotoWire Staff
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  • Philip Rivers considered retirement if he didn’t find right fit: ‘I don’t want to just try to hang on to play’

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    was able to find a starting quarterback job in the NFL, signing a one-year deal with the . Where Rivers fit into the quarterback carousel this free agent season was anyone's guess, with so many signal callers on the market and a limited amount of teams looking for a franchise signal caller. 

    Fortunately for Rivers, he was (and was with the before " to Tampa" became a reality). But what if Indianapolis decided to enter the Brady sweepstakes and Tampa Bay decided on another option for its next quarterback? Where would Rivers end up after the dust settled? 

    Rivers had a plan, which might have been his only option.

    "It was one of those deals where we said if there's nothing else out there, then that'll be our answer. I don't want to just try to hang on to play," Rivers said in a conference call last week after the Colts announced his deal, . "I think really where we settled in is I still love to play, certainly not coming off my best year, but I know I still can play at a high level."

    Typically when no teams want a player in the , that player is forced to "retire." Being a 16-year veteran, Rivers had the luxury of making a retirement "announcement," even if he didn't get the offer he was hoping for in free agency. Sure, Rivers could have spent his final few NFL seasons as a backup quarterback mentoring young players, but he wanted the opportunity to redeem himself as a starter with another team. 

    Having a good season with the Colts could convince Rivers to retire on his own terms. Rivers will cerghted that he has managed to score vital goals for Bournemouth on loan this season.Wilson has been a key figure for the Cherries in attack, popping up with six goals despite playing in midfield.And the youngster did not deny that he is happy when he tainly have the resources on his coaching staff to succeed in Indianapolis. He will be reunited with Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni, who spent five seasons as an offensive assistant with the Los Angeles Chargers, who Rivers played for from 2004 to 2019. Colts head coach Frank Reich was the offensive coordinator for two seasons with the , spending three total years with Rivers in San Diego. 

    Reich was the Chargers' quarterbacks coach in 2013, when Rivers led the NFL by completing 69.5% of his passes, the highest completion percentage of his career. Along with throwing for 4,478 yards and 32 touchdowns that season, Rivers also took care of the football, throwing just 11 interceptions while earning Pro Bowl honors. 

    "I know what those guys are trying to get out of a play and why they are calling this. They understand how I think and why I look for thingld move for Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt.The European champions have been linked with De Ligt.And Carragher said, "Well I think he possibly will [become the world's most expensive defender this summer].“Pierre van Hooijdonk is next door doing the s," Rivers said. "There's a good dynamic there in the way we think. I do think there's a trust factor that was built there in our time in San Diego. I think that'sco Madrid fullback Kieran Trippier has had a dig at Tottenham management.The full-back penned a three-year deal with Atletico in a deal worth around £22 million, adding his name to the list of players who have traded the Premier League for La Liga.H important to have that trust."

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  • Monday Night Football odds: Chargers vs. Chiefs picks, best predictions from expert who’s 36-19

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    The will try to bounce back from a loss last week at Tennessee when they take on the rival on Monday Night Football at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. With the 35-32 loss to the last week, the Chiefs (6-4) are now 1-3 against the AFC South this season and 5-1 against everyone else. But Kansas City is 3-0-1 against the spread in its last four Monday Night Football games. Meanwhile, the Chargers (4-6) are in danger of missing the playoffs after going 12-4 last season and reaching the AFC divisional round. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET. Kansas City is a six-point favorite in the latest Chargers vs. Chiefs odds, up two from the opener, and the over-under for total points scored is 53. Before you make any Chiefs vs. Chargers picks and Monday Night Football predictions, you should see what SportsLine's No. 1 expert, Larry Hartstein, has to say.

    A former lead writer for Covers and The Linemakers, Hartstein combinr the remainder of the year with a broken collarbone.Lanzini will be sidelined for the rest of 2019 after suffering a fractured collarbone in the 3-0 defeat at Burnley on Saturday.The Argentine schemer fell awkwardly after being fouled by Ashley Westes a vast network of Vegas sosts he's happy with the work of coach Maurizio Sarri.Agnelli is happy seeing former coach Antonio Conte's Inter Milan doing so well.“We wanted Maurizio Sarri and we took Sarri," Agnelli said. “Conte is a symbol of Juventus; he has won multiple Scurces with an analytical approach he honed while working for Pro Football Focus. Last year he went 61-47 in the NFL, and this year he's even hotter. Entering Week 11, Hartstein was a scorching 36-19 against the spread this season, a 65.4 percent cash rate that's returned nearly $1,500 to $100 bettors.

    In addioma winger Cengiz Under is on the radar of Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho.Gunes says he has impressed Mourinho enough to make him a key Spurs target.However any move for the 22-year-old would only come if Spurs can retain their place in the Champions Ltion, Hartstein is 4-1 in his last five against the spread picks involving the Chargers. Anyone who has followed him is way up. Now, Hartstein has locked in on Chiefs vs. Chargers on Monday Night Football. .

    Hartstein knows Kansas City has one of the most potent offenses in the league. The Chiefs lead the NFL in passing yards per game (313.9) and rank third in total offense (404.7) after 10 weeks. They also have the league's fifth-best scoring offense at 28.4 points per game.

    Hartstein also has factored in that Kansas City has dominated the series against the Chargers recently. In fact, the Chiefs have won nine of the last 10 meetings between the teams. The average score over that span has been Kansas City 28, Los Angeles 17. 

    Even so, Kansas City isn't guaranteed to cover the Chiefs vs. Chargers spread on Monday Night Football.

    Hartstein also knows that new offensive coordinator Shane Steichen has sparked Los Angeles' offense. In the last two games under Steichen, who replaced former coordinator Ken Whisenhunt, the Chargers have averaged 378.5 total yards and 25.0 points. In the eight previous games under Whisenhunt, the team averaged 350.6 yards and 19.6 points. 

    In addition, Hartstein has taken into account that Los Angeles will be facing one of the league's worst run defenses. The Chiefs are allowing 148.1 rushing yards per game, second-most in the NFL. That bodes well for running back , who has 188 rushing yards and is averaging 4.5 yards per carry over the last two games.

    Hartstein has analyzed this matchup and while we can tell you he's leaning over, he has discovered a crucial x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He's sharing it only at SportsLine. 

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  • Jon Gruden says he’ll give the Raiders their $100 million back if he can’t ‘get it done’

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    Earlier this offseason, the made Jon Gruden . Gruden got a 10-year deal to return to Oakland, 17 years after leaving the franchise for the first time and 10 years after he last coached in the league. 

    Gruden's offseason plan for the Raiders has come under some fire -- -- with his preference for signing older players (, , ), insistence on retu4-0 rout of Everton.'Lampard praised the Spaniard's attitude after his return from a spell being on the bench.He said, "The whole attitude and focus of the team felt really strong today after the Liverpool win and sometimes I have been searching for rning football to 1998 (singing two blocking tight ends and a fullback), and being the main focuses of the criticisms. Gruden has said he doesn't care about or listen to his critics, and that he's got a lot of coaches that he's friends with who are . 

    In other words, he's incredibly confident that things are going to work out for his new team, regardless of the general reception to the moves they've made throughout this offseason. Just how confident is he? Well, on Tuesday, he essentially offered the Raiders a money-back guarantee. 

    "If I can't get it done, ," Gruden told USA TODAY.

    Of course, Gruden didn't exactly define what "get it done" mea striker Michy Batshuayi.The Chelsea-transfer-news-Michy-Batshuayi-Crystal-Palace-45m" target="_blank">Daily Express says Palace are ready to offer Batshuayi a way out of Stamford Bridge in the summer. Belgium striker Batshuayi has started only fiveans. Does he mean winning a ? Being the best team in the AFC West? Improving on the team's record under Jack Del Rio? We don't really know. Sson is desperate to add trophy to his cabinet. The Reds can win the Community Shield by beating Manchester City on Sunday."I don't think I'll ever tire of playing at Wembley," said the England international in an interview for the official match progo, there's no easy way to judge whether or not Gruden has hit his target, or whether he "needs" to give the Raiders their money back. Nor is there is target date by which he needs to "get it done," whatever "it" is. 

    Gruden's got a 10-year deal, which would seem to provide him a lot of leeway, but he says he's not concentrating on the length of his contract. "Who guarantees I'm going to live 10 years?" he said. "So I don't think about that. You start thinking about a 10-year contract -- people don't know how it's structured and it doesn't matter. The only thing that matters is, 'Is going to be here? Is going to be ready to play?' I've got more important things to worry about than eight years of my contract."

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  • New Colts OC is giving players written tests and at least one player likes it

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    For most people, once high school or college is over, that's the end of their test-taking days. Not so for the . 

    d.Holders Manchester City have drawn Fulham at home, while Chelsea will play Championship side Hull City at the KCOM.FA Cup fourth-round draw:Watford/Tranmere vs Wolves/Man UtdHull vs ChelseaSouthampton vs Middlesbrough/TottenhamQPR vs Sheffield WednNew offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni is during minicamp. And according to ESPN.com, the players aren't just responsible for knowing their own assignments. 

    "It's about knowing the responsibility of the other 10 offensive players on the field in a system that will be up-tempo and uses a number of different formations to find and exploit mismatches," Sirianni said. "What I feel like it does, it forces them to study. [It] forces them to study even a little bit more than they would. They're prideful guys that want to be right. They want to look good in front of their peers. That's why they're in the positions that they're in. I've done that for a little [while] and always felt like it worked pretty well, so continued it here."

    Looking for a hot new podcast that's your home for all things ? Look no further. The Pick Six Josef Martinez's Major League Soccer record for goals scored in a single season.Ex-Arsenal forward Vela began the match level with Orlando City's Martinez, who registered 31 goals in 35 games to win the MLS Golden Boot last season.He broke the recorPodcast with Will Brinson has you covered every weekday morning with new episodes around 30 minutes each. Subscribe:  |  |  | .

    At least one player is a fan of the practice. Wide receiver , signed away from Washington on a one-year, $5 million deal this offseason, is on board with Sirianni testing the players. 

    "I'm buying into what these coaches are bringing to the table," receiver Ryan Grant said. "In college, I had a couple of football tests, but with the we didn't really do paper tests. It was totally different and I like it. I like change. Whatever they need to do to help learn the offense I'm willing to do."

    Fellow receiver revealed that he's doing well on the tests so far. "[I got a] 96 and the craziest thing is, I missed the easiest one on the test," he said. "They post [the scores]. Everything is competitive. Behind the scenes [we clown about the scores]. We don't do it in front of everybody."

    The Colts are certainly not the first team to test their players on their ability to recall information about their system. Bill Belichick famously would stop players in the hallway to ask them questions about responsibilities on different eived a boost over Harry Maguire's hip injury.The Daily Mail says Maguire's hip injury is not as bad as feared and United's £80million defender even has an outside chance of making a surprise comeback against Norwich on Saturday.Maguire tore the muskinds of plays, as well. But the Colts seem to be buying into this practice pretty early in the Frank Reich era. If they can just get back on the field, maybe they'll do was well in the games as Rogers did on the first test. 

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  • Rams inactives vs. 49ers

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    inactives: QB , WR , S , CB , OL , DE .

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    Get more Rams updates and analysis tic youngster Antonee Robinson.The Daily Mail says due to Financial Faiace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang admits he's proud representing Africa in the Premier League.The Arsenal star bagged 22 goals - the same number as Liverpool duo Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane - causing the Golden Boot to be shared between three players for Play concerns, the Rossoneri could be offloadinger Barcelona whizkid Jordi Mboula is back in Spain.The AS Monaco winger has been sent on-loan to Huesca for the remainder of the season.Mboula left Barca in 2017 for Monaco, but has struggled to break into the first team. He was sent to Club Brugge l left-back Ricardo Rodriguez to Fenerbahce and chasing a replacement.And Wigan's former Everton full-back Robinson, who was born from Larry Hartstein.

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  • Texans Antonio Smith: Te’o would be butt of every joke in locker room

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    's NFL Combine experience might have been "," but things are likely to get worse before they get better for the former Notre Dame linebacker. Because once he's drafted and able to put all the media scrutiny regarding his imaginary dead girlfriend behind him, he'll have to deal with exponentially more abuse from his new teammates.

    We know this because defensive lineman said as much during a recent appearance on Pro Football Talk.

    “Our locker room is full of clowns and, oh, man, people would kill him. I mean he would be the butt of every joke for at least two, three years,” Smith said, via 's Michael David Smith.

    “You just got to be a good sport, man," Smith continued. "It is what it is and you know it is out now. It’s out in the papers and on TV, so all you can do now, you can’t worry about it, you can’t change it, all you can do now is laugh -- laugh with us while we’re laughing at you.”

    Upside: If you make it through all the hazmanager Marco Silva.Brands revealed that he is negotiated a contract extension for star forward Richardson. And in the only direct reference to Silva's hugely pressured position, he said the manager had to perform."We know in sport, as always, you haing, .

    According to 's Rob Rang and Dane Brugler, Te'o isn't likely to end up in Houston. They both have the Texans taking a wide receiver with the 27th pick (Rse says Liverpool striker Sadio Mane should be a Ballon d'Or winner.Mane had a sensational season winning the Golden Boot in the Premier League and lifting the Champions League with Jurgen Klopp's side.Asked if it's the winger'sJames Garner and Brandon Williams in Thursday's 1-0 win over Partizan Belgrade.The teenagers were part of seven changes made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from the line-up that faced Liverpool on Sunday. And Jones thinks the pair more than held their own i time to receive the Bang likes West Virginia's , Brugler favors Cal's ). That said, neither has Te'o going in the first round so maybe Houston can grab him later in the draft.

    For more , rumors and analysis, follow , like us on , and subscribe to the . You can follow Ryan Wilson on Twitter here: .

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  • Brian Urlacher’s contract critical in solving Bears’ cap predicament

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    Just as Dick Butkus and Walter Payton spent the entirety of their Hall of Fame careers with the , it’s difficult to imagine Brian Urlacher wearing another jersey without the George S. Halas initials on his arm sleeve.

    On Thursday, Urlacher’s agents provided contract parameters for a new deal, league sources told the . The impending free agent, who is set to enter his 14th season in thsummer market.Guardiola fears the impact of Manchester City's proposed Champions League ban as well as the spiralling costs for players will hinder his summer transfer plans.Asked by Sky Sports News whether he expects this summer to be as busy on thee , has been realistic about his market value throughout the offseason. The eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker made $7.5 million in 2012, the final season of a five-year, $40.6 million contract he signed in 2008.

    Slowed by knee and hamstring injuries, Urlacher, 34, had 68 tackles in 2012. In Urlacher's previous two seasons, he recorded 227 tackles, four sacks and four interceptions combined. 

    "When you look at my age and everything, it’s going to ma was undeserved.Toro lost 3-2 after a red card to Bremer and a late Roberto Inglese finish for Parma on Monday night.“Playing more than an hour with 10 men undoubtedly affects you," Mazzarri said after the game.“We were playing well with 11 andbe hard to not give them a discount,” Urlacher told in late January. “I'm not going to make what I was making in the past, how about that? Does that make sense? That's fair."

    Urlacher’s potential return could be the first piece of the puzzle for a front office faced with the challenge of upgrading several positions in spite of limited cap space. The Bears enter free agency the $123 salary cap and have voids to fill at left tackle and tight end.

    It’s unlikely the Bears could ask veterans and to restructure their contracts considering both signed new deals in the past year. The Bears couldys the European champions must focus on winning the Premier League title next season.Rush insists it is game-on for Jurgen Klopp's side to end an agonising 30-year wait to land the title.He told the Mirror, “It's certainly game-on for Liverpool for free up a significant amount of cap space, though, by reworking ’ six-year, $84 million contract. The three-time All-Pro defensive end is set to earn a of at least $12.9 million in each of the next two seasons. The team could convert a large portion of the salary into a signing bonus to open up for 2013, according to ESPNChicago.

    Urlacher has the backing of his teammates.

    "Brian Urlacher is the quarterback of that defense, he is the linchpin in what drives us," defensive end in Chicago. “I think Brian is going to be back, he’s a Chicago guy. He’s really a big part of the team culture.”

    For more , rumors and analysis, follow , subscribe to our , watch  daily at 3 p.m. ET and . You can also follow Matt Rybaltowski .

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