• Minnesota Vikings: The Minneapolis Miracle And The Lesson With It
Minnesota Vikings: The Minneapolis Miracle And The Lesson With It

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is replacing the 2017 MVP-leading candidate Carson Wentz who went out late in the regular season with an ACL tear. "We've been practising all these situations". With one catch and run, the Vikings hope to have exorcised any playoff demons. Diggs jumped up to catch it and landed at the Saints' 34.

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  • Hugh Freeze Interviews for Alabama Offensive Coordinator Position
Hugh Freeze Interviews for Alabama Offensive Coordinator Position

Daboll comes to the Bills mere days after winning College Football's National Championship with the Alabama Crimson Tide and he's 11-months removed from a Super Bowl ring with the Patriots as the Tight Ends Coach. His Rebels also constantly gave Saban's Tide problems, so you now Saban would love to hire him. His replacement will the fourth OC to ca...

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  • Northeast Ohio holds several free events for Martin Luther King Day
Northeast Ohio holds several free events for Martin Luther King Day

While many events focused on remembering King's past, the present political climate and actions of President Donald Trump were also a big topic of discussion. Afterward Mr. Trump insisted in a tweet that he "never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country".

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  • Conte cools talks of Chelsea move for Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez
Conte cools talks of Chelsea move for Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez

He then spent two years on the coaching staff at United before Jose Mourinho's arrival as manager forced his exit, which took a psychological toll on the former winger. He's prepared to let him leave on a free if he doesn't get a deal that satisfies him and find a replacement. Gone are the days where you can think a Bosman signing is going to c...

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  • Will Ferrell interviews Roger Federer as Ron Burgundy
Will Ferrell interviews Roger Federer as Ron Burgundy

In an interview court-side afterwards, with John McEnroe , Federer said of his tournament expectations: "I'm hoping for it to go well again". "Don't they get eaten in the end?", Federer ventured before being asked whether he was a witch or a vampire and whether his age-defying performances were down to a diet of wombat meat.

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  • Leonard Fournette involved in minor vehicle accident ahead of AFC championship
Leonard Fournette involved in minor vehicle accident ahead of AFC championship

The crash occurred around 11:40 a.m. on I-295 southbound near Heckscher Drive and the Dames Point Bridge, according to FHP. The Jaguars also confirmed Fournette's involvement and that he was able to drive away from the accident without any injuries.

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  • Takeaways from Coach Sean Payton's end of season press conference
Takeaways from Coach Sean Payton's end of season press conference

In a conference call with Atlanta-area media Wednesday, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton opened up a bit when asked to revisit the choking... "It's something that you regret and you look back on 'what are you doing?' So, I think that's the thing that bugged me for the better part of the week".

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  • Yet another rumour? Arsenal close in on £44m Malcom signing
Yet another rumour? Arsenal close in on £44m Malcom signing

It's a matter of split seconds but I think I should have done better on that. Whether it's Samir Nasri joining Manchester City because they have "more passionate fans" or Robin van Persie "listening to the little boy" inside him by signing on the dotted line for Manchester United , there is always uncertainty engulfing the Emirates.

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  • Russia's Maria Sharapova beats German Tatjana Maria in Australian Open first round
Russia's Maria Sharapova beats German Tatjana Maria in Australian Open first round

That appeared to knock Sharapova off her stride, but only momentarily, surviving a wobble by reeling off four successive games to reach the next round, sealing her win with an ace. "I think the maximum of time that I would take off, apart from having shoulder surgery a few years back, was maybe just a couple of weeks at a time".

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  • Injured trio ready for Australian Open
Injured trio ready for Australian Open

They're in the same half of the draw-along with No. 4 Alexander Zverev, No. 5 Dominc Thiem, No. 7 David Goffin and No. 9 Stan Wawrinka, the 2014 Australian Open victor who is also returning from injury. "It's not entirely different, but at the beginning even those small tweaks and changes have made a lot of difference mentally", he said. With no ...

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  • Australian Open 2018: Roger Federer eases into second round
Australian Open 2018: Roger Federer eases into second round

Federer: "Yeah, exactly. I don't like those". "It (The match) was a tough one and I am happy that my knee stood the test". While Ferrell provided some unexpected comedy, Federer again proved that when it comes to tennis he is king of the jungle.

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  • Ben McAdoo Interviewing To Be Browns Offensive Coordinator
Ben McAdoo Interviewing To Be Browns Offensive Coordinator

Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot first reported the news. Jackson already has one member of McAdoo's former Giants staff as an assistant, as last week he hired Adam Henry to coach wide receivers. McAdoo, who was sacked by the Giants on December 4 along with general manager Jerry Reese following a 2-10 start to the season, was a tight ends coach...

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  • Federer breezes through opener in Melbourne
Federer breezes through opener in Melbourne

I did feel nerves and I did feel a bit skeptical whether I'm going to be able to continue playing well as I have the last couple weeks in practice sessions. "I'm a year older and guys are coming back". Sharapova could next play 14th-seeded Anastasija Sevastova of Latvia, who beat the Russian at last year's U.S.

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  • Big names make progress at the Australian Open
Big names make progress at the Australian Open

Roger Federer started the defence of his Australian Open title with 6-3 6-4 6-3 straight defeat of former Briton Aljaz Bedene in Rod Laver Arena on Tuesday. As Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek , Djokovic's coaching team, looked on, while the Serb flexed his elbow with a rope, over his head and side to side, time after time as he completed th...

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  • Chelsea enter race to sign Manchester United target
Chelsea enter race to sign Manchester United target

I think Mr Wenger and Mr Gazidis are the ones that know really what is going to happen. Sky Sports News reporter Solhekol revealed that Manchester United won't sign both Lucas and Sanchez in the January transfer window. The Armenian doesn't seem thrilled to sign with Arsenal , though, and would prefer to continue to fight for first team fo...

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  • NC native, Heisman runner-up Bryce Love returning for senior season at Stanford
NC native, Heisman runner-up Bryce Love returning for senior season at Stanford

Underclassmen players had until Monday night to declare for the NFL Draft . Love will likely be a pre-season pick for many to make it back to NY for the 2018 Heisman Trophy. Love also averaged more than seven yards per carry in his first two seasons and another year of outsize production will leave him as the leading rusher in school history.

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  • Chelsea make contact with West Ham to sign Andy Carroll
Chelsea make contact with West Ham to sign Andy Carroll

And, according to El Desmarque, Sevilla's hopes of landing Batshuayi rest upon Chelsea being able to snap up Carroll, which is growing increasingly likely. "We have to try to improve under this aspect". "Compare last season and we are conceding less and showing great solidity defensively, but we are not showing great quality in our finishing".

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  • Jacksonville Jaguars: Top three performers in Divisional Round win over Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacksonville Jaguars: Top three performers in Divisional Round win over Pittsburgh Steelers

Keelan Cole and Marqise Lee have combined for 1,450 receiving yards and six touchdowns while Allen Hurns has 39 receptions. Brown finished with 132 yards on seven receptions with two touchdowns. "So I think he's just happy and he understands that we have a giant in front of us and we've just got to pay all the attention to this team and we don't ...

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  • EPL: Ndidi outshines Kante as Chelsea and Leicester play 0-0
EPL: Ndidi outshines Kante as Chelsea and Leicester play 0-0

Very exhausted. I think we played with tiredness today. The Blues have a lot on their plate and need to produce results to gain the support of their fans. "The problem is for the team, not only for Morata", he said. We tried to create chances, to score, and we are not suffering defensively. At the same time we're showing not great quality in our fi...

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  • Maria Sharapova beats Tatjana Maria in straight sets
Maria Sharapova beats Tatjana Maria in straight sets

Open, in which she reached the fourth round. Flawless Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic stamped their mark on the Australian Open on Tuesday with focused former champion Maria Sharapova also successfully negotiating the first round after her drug ban.

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  • Sanchez transfer hinges on Mkhitaryan deal, says agent
Sanchez transfer hinges on Mkhitaryan deal, says agent

Sanchez has agreed terms with United - thought to be worth £300,000 a week - and "the transfer can happen quickly" if Mkhitarayan agrees to move in the opposite direction. My players know very well they can improve, also because if you compare to the past - every single player scored less than last season. "I understand that with so much talk and...

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  • After Ramsey's bold Super Bowl prediction, Jaguars remain confident
After Ramsey's bold Super Bowl prediction, Jaguars remain confident

Auburn alumni still playing in the NFL's postseason are running back Corey Grant of the Jaguars and cornerback Jonathan Jones and defensive back Brandon King of the Patriots . The New England Patriots defeated the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round of the playoffs 35-14. The Vikings however did put up a show and really showed us that Ke...

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  • Poland's Kubica chosen as reserve driver for Williams
Poland's Kubica chosen as reserve driver for Williams

The Russian will partner 19-year-old Canadian Lance Stroll, the billionaire's son who made his debut with the former world championship-winning team last year, in a lineup that will be the youngest on track this year. The 2018 season will be his debut F1 campaign. "We have taken our time to evaluate all the available options, and I'm confident Lanc...

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  • Nadal not satisfied in quick-fire Melbourne Park opener
Nadal not satisfied in quick-fire Melbourne Park opener

The 36-year-old Swiss turned the evening clash on packed Rod Laver Arena into an exhibition as he struck 41 winners to breeze past a willing but outclassed Bedene 6-3, 6-4, 6-3. "I'm happy I dodged some questions there". "I just think about trying to be ready for the next tournament, for the next practice". The Spaniard, 31, missed his schedu...

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  • Odds on Anthony Joshua next fight
Odds on Anthony Joshua next fight

Joshua had insisted before the face-to-face that he would not shake Parker's hand after the New Zealand accused him of taking steroids, labelling him the "steroid king". "Thank you, David. Look forward to hearing more from you later", Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn said, tongue-in-cheek. He made his British debut past year with a majority points w...

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