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Marshawn Lynch deal to Oakland is done, pending physical


The Raiders and Seahawks were just able to agree on a deal that will allow Lynch to play for Oakland, according to ESPN. When and if Lynch passes his physical, he'll officially be a member of the Raiders. Lynch was born and raised in Oakland and played college ball nearby at California. It looks like we finally know what's holding up Marshawn Lynch's potential deal with the Raiders, and surprise, surprise, it's the thing that holds up most deals in the National Football League: money. Read More »

Alexis Sanchez displays war wounds being struck with football

Their latest league success came on Wednesday night as they beat Leicester City 1-0 at the Emirates thanks to Robert Huth's late own goal , but they face a tough task to take all three points against their neighbours. Tottenham's adventurous attacking play has made them the most exciting team in the Premier League, and they could still snatch the title from Chelsea, former Spurs defender Erik Edman said. Read More »

Wenger vows never to sell Alexis Sanchez to Premier League rival


Arsenal can expect to pocket £40million for a player they paid Barcelona £33m for in 2014. Instead of forcing the Dutchman to see out the final year of his contract, Wenger sanctioned a £24 million sale and Arsenal fans watched on in horror as Van Persie's goals catapulted Sir Alex Ferguson's side to the Premier League title. Read More »

Blues head home looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead


Scoring chances in Game 1 between Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues. Play fast. Be the aggressors and make the Blues react to them. Zach Parise has been the leading scorer this post-season for the Wild, but that's not an impressive stat when you have two of the only three goals scored in the series. Read More »

"J'irais à Roland-Garros même pour jouer le tournoi junior..." — Sharapova


J'adore être dans ces situations où je dois trouver une solution pour m'en sortir et gagner. Cette sensation m'a manqué. Pour Julien Reboullet, journaliste de la rubrique tennis de L'Équipe, " Sharapova a purgé sa peine, elle a le droit de rejouer et de recommencer sa carrière ", mais il serait incohérent de voir la Fédération française de tennis , en première ligne dans la lutte antidopage, offrir à la Russe un sésame pour le tableau final de Roland-Garros. Read More »

Summing up the first 12 games for the Boston Red Sox season


A shaky-if not at times dominating-performance by Drew Pomeranz dug Boston into an early hole. New guy Mitch Moreland has shed his image as a glove-first defender by setting a franchise record for consecutive games with a double. Red Sox: They open a four-game series Friday against Tampa Bay with reigning AL Cy Young Award victor Rick Porcello (1-0, 4.38) facing Rays RHP Chris Archer (1-0, 2.45). Read More »

Blue Jays' Sanchez improving, in line to start Sunday


Sanchez, who was last season's American League earned-run average leader, earned a no-decision in his first start of the season in Tampa Bay. He isn't on the club's current seven-game road trip and Gibbons doesn't yet know when last season's 20-game victor will return. Read More »

Grades From 106-100 Loss To Toronto Raptors


Lowry, who went just 2-of-11 for 4 points in Game 1, finished with 22 points, five assists, four rebounds and three steals. By beating the Bucks in transition and by moving the ball to the open man, the Raptors were forcing pace and not allowing Milwaukee to determine tempo. Read More »

Arsenal constantly defy expectations so is FA cup coming home?

He had problems at the start and became stronger and stronger. He's an animal, constantly willing to kill the adversary. "Big games give you the confidence that you can win and that is the most important thing in our job". Again questions were also likely to be asked of Bravo, who made no attempt to come for the cross, but City's response was strong. "We'll improve next season". Read More »

Leonard, Mills lead Spurs by Grizzlies for 3-2 series lead

Get prep sports breaking news alerts from the Gwinnett Daily Post staff delivered to your email. The Spurs shot 14-28 (50%) from three-point range. "You know that he's got a huge heart, and he has a huge effect on our team when he's healthy", Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. Read More »

ICC votes in favour of governance and revenue changes


But at a meeting in Dubai, the ICC board voted to pass a new financial model and governance structure. Under the new remuneration model the Board of Control for Cricket in India will still receive the largest cut of global revenues - a projected £227million over the next eight years - but its negotiators had arrived at a week of meetings in Dubai seeking nearly double that figure. Read More »

French Rugby League player knocks out referee with punch


The player responded by angrily confronting the referee, before launching a right hook at his face that knocked him unconscious. Benjamin Casty, brother of former Sydney Roosters prop Rémi, was officiating in the semi-finals of the French junior cup between Saint-Estève and Toulouse when a Saint-Estève player was sent from the field. Read More »

5 reasons the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated by the Washington Capitals

The Leafs' fans, 19,740 strong at the Air Canada Centre on Sunday night along with about 5,000 more in Maple Leaf Square next door, knew what Trotz was talking about. The defending Stanley Cup champions are hoping the 37-year-old forward can return to action at some point during the playoffs. An unbeLeafable series (I'm sorry) between the Leafs and Caps ended like most expected - with the Capitals advancing, but it likely didn't happen how you expected. Read More »

Man detained by police in Whitehall


They said the man was arrested at 2:22pm following a "stop and search" procedure as part of an ongoing operation. Police said the man is being detained under the Terrorism Act and held at a London police station. The arrest was made at the corner of Whitehall where it meets Parliament Square, within sight of the spot where Khalid Masood, 52, ploughed his vehicle into crowds on Westminster Bridge before stabbing to death PC Keith Palmer. Read More »

Jim Brown calls Myles Garrett to welcome him to Browns

General manager John Lynch traded down one spot with Chicago to get extra picks in the second and third round this year and a third-rounder next year. Alabama tight end O.J. Howard was still available. The 6-foot-2, 222-pound Trubisky said had little contact with the Bears leading up to the draft. Read More »

Monte Carlo Masters wrap: Nadal destroys Zverev as Murray, Wawrinka crash out

Czech ninth seed Tomas Berdych put an end to the run of 39-year-old Tommy Haas 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. It was a tough first match , I started the match pretty slow, I obviously wasn't serving that well at the start. He then had to save a set point before reeling off four games in a row and, despite continuing to play some way below his best, battled through the second set to win 7-5, 7-5. Read More »

Ryan Pace Puts Job on the Line with Mitchell Trubisky Selection

Wearing a white draft cap emblazoned with a sparkling Bears logo, Trubisky told media at the NFL Draft at the Philadelphia Art Museum he "didn't have a lot of (pre-draft) discussions" with Chicago brass. Trubisky became the 24th UNC player to be selected in the first round, but its first quarterback to be drafted that highly. Pretty much no one in the Bears community likes this pick. Read More »

Hernandez 2-run homer lifts Phillies over Nats 4-2


Glover threw a sinker to Phillies second baseman Tommy Joseph , who singled and brought in the tying run home. "We made mistakes and it cost us and then Bryce erased them", Nats' skipper Dusty Baker told reporters after the Nationals blew a 3-1 lead late in Sunday's game. Read More »

Jose Mourinho: Sergio Aguero 'smart' for Marouane Fellaini's red


Jose Mourinho hailed Manchester United's "amazing character" despite suffering from fatigue in Thursday night's goalless draw at Manchester City. A red card was inevitable outcome, with Mourinho's angry exchange with Fellaini as he left the field summing up the mood of so many United fans looking on. Read More »

Mathieu, une blessure diplomatique — Barça


FOOTBALL Le Français est loin de faire l'unanimité dans le vestiaire catalan. Enrique a défini la première mi-temps au Juventus Stadium comme "la pire que j'ai vécue comme entraîneur dans ma carrière", en pointant du doigt plusieurs joueurs et notamment Mathieu. Read More »

Klitschko fight 'too soon' for Joshua

He added: "You only see mega-fights in boxing once in a while and in the heavyweight division, I think that would be the most exciting and the best in the history of heavyweight boxing for a long time". "I can't box the way Fury boxed and expect it to be as simple as that for me". "Sometimes I try things and it doesn't work and I've broken my ribs, my hand, dislocated shoulders in the gym but we get it right for the fight". Read More »

Why Browns fans should be excited about Myles Garrett


The top of the draft was predictable: Roger Goodell got booed, then Myles Garrett was picked first by the Cleveland Browns. The L.A. Rams did not have a first-round pick, having traded it previous year to Tennessee for the top pick, which L.A. Read More »