Why he’s here: Trout hasn’t played since injuring his thumb on May 28, and he STILL ranks in the top three in WAR — a cumulative stat, mind you — among all MLB outfielders (he’s second in B-R at 3.4 and second in FG at 3.3). So, yeah, he makes our squad, ahead of healthy
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Kaepernick, given his history, should be looking for a contract at the high end of this group. Nick Foles, who signed for over $5 million with the Eagles, is the high water mark, but Philadelphia has done some odd contracts for backups, and most teams will probably toss that one out. Schaub would be next
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Deshaun Watson didn’t do much at Clemson’s Pro Day on Thursday to help or hurt his stock as the potential top quarterback prospect in the 2017 NFL Draft. But running around and throwing lasers again to his college go-to guys at wide receiver and tight end provided a reminder of his greatest, most immeasurable asset
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First, the goal was ruled good on the ice. Then an official’s review deemed the puck in before the net came off. THEN the Capitals challenged for goaltender interference and won the call on Kunitz running into Holtby’s glove unassisted. Here’s the reasoning given by the NHL on the disallowed goal: At 1:05 of the
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If you’re on Twitter during the NFL draft, you’re familiar with the debate of whether draft spoilers are good. As reporters simply doing their jobs, some NFL beat writers take to Twitter and break news on draft picks as they learn which team will take which player. The league says it annually combs through approximately
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