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Philadelphia Union Trades Defender Keegan Rosenberry to Colorado Rapids

Colorado Rapids decided to reinforce their defense for the 2019 season with an All-Star addition. The team announced on Wednesday that they had acquired U.S. international defender Keegan Rosenberry from Philadelphia Union. In order to get Rosenberry, who is considered one of the most talented young defenders in the league, Rapids gave away up to $400,000 in allocation money. Philadelphia...

Goalkeeper Zack Steffen Voted USSF Male Player of the Year 2018

Manchester City-bound, US men’s goalkeeper Zack Steffen was voted the U.S. Soccer Federation’s Male Player of the Year for 2018 on Tuesday. With 44% of the votes, Steffen edged out midfielders Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams, who each received 16% and 38% respectively. Steffen has had a phenomenal year for both his former club Columbus Crew SC and the national...

St. Louis Blues’ Defenseman Robert Bortuzzo Inks a 3-Year Extension

St. Louis Blues announced on Saturday that they had signed veteran defenseman Robert Bortuzzo to a contract extension. According to Blues' general manager President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong, Bortuzzo received a three-year extension, worth $1.375 million per year. This new deal will keep Bortuzzo in St. Louis through the 2021-22 season. "I believe in what's going on...

Saints Release Veteran WR Brandon Marshall

It seems like veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall just can't keep a job this season. After being released by the Seattle Seahawks earlier in the season, Marshall now parted ways with his new team New Orleans Saints as well. The Saints announced on Thursday that they have decided to cut the 34-year-old due to several reasons including a need for...

Nets Sign Spencer Dinwiddie to a Three-Year Extension

Brooklyn Nets have signed their guard Spencer Dinwiddie to a three-year extension, the team announced on Thursday. The announcement came less than 24 hours after Dinwiddie scored 39 points to lead Nets to 127-124 win over Philadelphia 76ers. Although the organization failed to disclose the financial terms of the agreement, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Spencer Dinwiddie's extension is worth...

2020 NFL Draft to Take Place in Las Vegas

NFL is coming to Las Vegas in a big way in 2020. Not only the Oakland Raiders are relocating to Vegas that, but the league will also hold the 2020 NFL Draft there. This will be the first time for Vegas to host this event. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell confirmed the decision on Wednesday. "The NFL Draft is one of the...

Cavs’ Center Tristan Thompson Will Be Out Two to Four Weeks with Ankle Injury

Cleveland Cavaliers confirmed on Tuesday that center Tristan Thompson will be out for two to four weeks. Thompson was diagnosed with a sprained left ankle after undergoing an MRI and further evaluation at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health. According to the Cavs' official website, the 27-year-old will immediately be subjected to treatment and rehabilitation. Tristan Thompson was injured in the third...

Oakland Raiders Fire GM Reggie McKenzie

According to the multiple media outlets, including ESPN and NFL Network, Oakland Raiders have fired their general manager Reggie McKenzie. NFL Insider Ian Rapaport's sources told him that McKenzie had a meeting with his scouts on Monday, where told them about the Raiders' decision. McKenzie reportedly has a chance to stay with the organization until the end of the season...

Boston Celtics Make History with 133-77 Win over Chicago Bulls

The Boston Celtics handed the Chicago Bulls their worst defeat in history, beating them 133-77 Saturday night. Jaylen Brown came from the bench to score 23 points while Daniel Theis scored a career-high 22 points and 10 rebounds in his first game this season. “I was real excited,” - Theis said. “I’m just trying to help the team, however I can. It’s...

Nationals’ Owner Doesn’t Expect All-Star Bryce Harper to Resign With the Team

It looks like the Washington Nationals will not be able to keep their star outfielder Bryce Harper. Nationals' owner Mark Lerner recently spoke with the media and said that he doesn’t expect Harper, who became a free agent after the 2018 season ended, to return to Washington next year. "I really don't expect him to come back at this point,"...

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