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Flyers Trade Captain Claude Giroux to Florida Panthers

The Philadelphia Flyers' Claude Giroux in 2013
The Philadelphia Flyers are officially punting on the 2021-22 NHL season. The team just traded away All-Star center Claude Giroux, sending their longtime captain to the Florida Panthers. According to the official terms of the deal, the Flyers will receive a third-rounder in next year's draft and a first-round pick in 2024. They also get talented winger Owen Tippett, but...

Bills Ink LB Von Miller on 6-Year, $120 Million Deal

Denver Broncos' linebacker Von Miller in 2017
It turns out that the Buffalo Bills' slow start to free agency turned out to be a decoy. The team just landed free-agent linebacker Von Miller, who will join the organization on a reported six-year, $120 million deal. Miller hit the free agency for the first time in his storied career and had multiple suitors after a Super Bowl run...

Grand Slams Adopt New Tiebreak Rule for Final Sets

Serena Williams at the 2018 US Open.
The ultra-long tennis matches at Grand Slam tournaments are becoming a thing of the past. Instead, the four Grand Slams— Australian Open, Wimbledon, French Open, and US Open—they adopted a new final set rule that will help determine a winner in tie situations much faster. According to the Grand Slam Board, in the situation that the tennis match is tied...

Tom Brady Unretires, Will Play for the Bucs in 2022

Buccaneers Quarterback Tom Brady in 2020
The most accomplished quarterback in NFL history will make a dramatic return to the sport. After spending just over a month as a retired football player, Tom Brady announced a shocking decision to unretire and play in the 2022 NFL season. Brady revealed his decision via social media, writing on Twitter that he'll return for his 23rd season as a...

Bears Trading All-Pro DE Khalil Mack to Chargers

Khalil Mack with the Bears in 2018.
The Chicago Bears are wrapping up their first significant piece of business under new general manager Ryan Poles. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Bears have agreed to trade All-Pro defensive end Khalil Mack to the Los Angeles Chargers. Reportedly, the deal will see the Bears getting a draft package that includes a second-round draft pick in 2022 and...

Kayla Harrison Commits to Professional Fighters League with a Multi-Year Deal

Kayla Harrison during a Professional Fighters League in 2021.
Kayla Harrison, Olympic gold medalist and two-time MMA champion, confirmed her loyalty to the Professional Fighters League by inking a new multi-year deal with the promotion. PFL made the news official on their social media on Tuesday. https://twitter.com/PFLMMA/status/1501202400698327048 Harrison was one of the hottest free agents in MMA in recent memory, attracting interest from PFL, Bellator, and UFC. Reportedly, Bellator had...

Nikola Jokic Puts up a Historic Stat Line to Help Nuggets Overcome the Pelicans in OT

Nuggets' star Nikola Jokic in 2019
Denver Nuggets superstar Nikola Jokic continues to show why he should be in consideration to win the NBA MVP award for the second straight season. The reigning MVP delivered a historic stat line on Sunday night that helped his team the Nuggets get a 138-130 win in overtime against the New Orleans Pelicans. Jokic finished the night with 46 points,...

Pete Carroll: Seahawks “Have No Intention” to Trade QB Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks' QB Russell Wilson
It appears that Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson won't be on the move this offseason after all. Addressing rumors about Wilson's future with the franchise at the NFL scouting combine on Wednesday, the team's head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that the Seahawks "have no intention" to trade their star signal-caller. According to Carroll, the rival NFL teams did reach...

Italy Legend Gianluigi Buffon Sings New Deal with Parma

Gianluigi Buffon in the 2018 world cup
Gianluigi Buffon turned 44 in January, but he still isn't thinking about retirement. As a matter of fact, the legendary Italian goalkeeper just signed a new deal with Parma that will see him playing soccer as a 46-year-old. Seria B club confirmed the news on Monday, announcing that Buffon inked a contract through the 2023-24 season. https://twitter.com/ParmaCalcio_en/status/1498278986077593604 Buffon joined Parma's youth academy...

Veteran Guard Goran Dragic Signs with the Nets

Goran Dragic
According to multiple reports, veteran point guard Goran Dragic is joining the Brooklyn Nets. Dragic, who recently agreed to a contract buyout with the San Antonio Spurs, is expected to sign a deal for the rest of the 2021-22 season. Dragic was a highly sought-after player recently, with multiple teams pushing for his signature, including the Golden State Warriors and...

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