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Lynx PG Lindsay Whalen is Retiring at the End of the Season

Minnesota Lynx' point guard Lindsay Whalen decided to say goodbye to professional basketball. Whalen, who won four WNBA champions with the Lynx, announced on Monday that she would retire at the end of the season. The retirement, however, doesn't mean that the 36-year-old will move away from basketball entirely. Whalen already accepted a job at her alma mater, Minnesota University,...

QB Baker Mayfield Shows Promise in Cleveland Browns Debut

We finally got a chance to see Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield in action on Thursday night in the preseason opener against New York Giants. Mayfield, the first overall pick in 2018 NFL Draft, took the field towards the end of the first quarter and threw away the football. This certainly made the Browns front office and coaching staff...

Redskins’ Rookie RB Derrius Guice Set to Miss 2018 Season

NFL preseason didn’t start well for the Washington Redskins. One quarter into their Thursday's game against the New England Patriots, Redskins' rookie running back Derrius Guice suffered a knee injury and had to leave the field. Although initial diagnosis was an MCL sprain, MRI on his knee showed a torn ACL. Redskins confirmed the news on their official Twitter page,...

Knicks Determined to Move on From Center Joakim Noah

New York Knicks are looking to the future and building a team that will become a significant force in the NBA once again. It appears, however, that this future will not include their center Joakim Noah at every cost. According to ESPN's sources, if Knicks are unable to find a trade partner for Noah and his two years, $37.8 million, contract,...

LA Rams Coach Sean McVay Expects Aaron Donald’s Holdout to Continue

Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald will not be joining his team anytime soon according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Donald, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, is seeking a new contract and has been holding out through the better part of the offseason. Rams coach Sean McVay also confirmed that there are no indications when the...

Goalie John Gibson Gets 8-Year, $51.2 Million Extension from Ducks

Anaheim Ducks have secured their goal for years to come. Ducks announced on Saturday that they had signed their goalie John Gibson to eight-year, $51.2 million extension, which will keep him with the team for through the 2026-27 season. The 25-year-old was set to become a restricted agent next year. https://twitter.com/AnaheimDucks/status/1025787675788304384 "I believe in John Gibson, as does everyone in the...

Robert Griffin III on his First Game in 19 months: “An Emotional Day for Me”

Former second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, quarterback Robert Griffin III, returned to the NFL after missing out the 2017 and signed a deal with the Baltimore Ravens in April. Now, Griffin played his first NFL game in 19 months on Thursday against the Chicago Bears in the Hall of Fame game. After the game, the 28-year-old was...

Packers OT Bryan Bulaga Cleared to Practice after Recovering from ACL

Green Bay Packers' offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga is finally ready to play football again; at least at practice. Bulaga was out since Week 9 of 2017 season when he tore his ACL in the game against the Lions. Now, almost nine months later, the 29-year-old was activated off the physically unable to perform list by Packers. https://twitter.com/packers/status/1025412140168044544 "He just passed his...

Bayern Munich Won’t Sell Robert Lewandowski Even for $175 Million

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has sent a strong message on Tuesday to all clubs trying to lure away striker Robert Lewandowski. According to Rummenigge, Lewandowski isn't for sale, and Bayern won't part with the player even if a $175 million offer comes their way. "With Robert, we clearly want to send a signal to people within and outside the...

Jerry Colangelo Leaving Philadelphia 76ers after 2018

Philadelphia 76ers' special adviser Jerry Colangelo will leave the franchise once his contract expires after the 2018 season. Colangelo, who currently serves as a director of USA Basketball, told Washington Post that his tenure with the 76ers is "over at the end of the year." This move isn't all that surprising, given the fact that this son, Bryan Colangelo, resigned...

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