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Free Agent Midfielder Ricardo Clark Signs with Columbus Crew SC

After trading Justin Meram to Orlando City, Columbus Crew SC turned to free agent, MLS veteran Ricardo Clark to fill the void. The 34-year old two-time MLS All-Star last played for Houston Dynamo. https://twitter.com/ColumbusCrewSC/status/959487652352454656 "We are excited Ricardo chose to join our club as a free agent signing this winter," – said Crew coach Gregg Berhalter about their newest acquisition. "Ricardo brings...

Jarvis Landry and Miami Dolphins “Making Progress” On a New Deal

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is heading to his third straight Pro Bowl without having his future settled. Landry, who is set to become a free agent in March, is yet to strike a new deal with the Dolphins. That, however, could soon change, since he told ESPN that there is some progress in the negotiations. "We're making progress,"...

LeBron James and Stephen Curry Voted as NBA All-Star Game Captains

As expected, the Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and the Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry have been voted as the NBA All-Star Game captains. James received most votes from fans and the media and finished second in players voting, while Curry got the most votes from the players and fans but finished second in the media voting. This...

Jimmy Butler “Glad” Timberwolves lost to Orlando Magic

Minnesota Timberwolves suffered a surprising 102-108 defeat on Tuesday to Orlando Magic, who are one of the league's weakest teams. Despite the defeat, Timberwolves star, Jimmy Butler, said he is "glad" that they have lost and that the players need to "humble" themselves. "We need to humble our selves," – said Butler after the game. "I'm glad we lost. Came...

Coach Mike Mularkey and Tennessee Titans Part Ways

Tennessee Titans are joining the rest of NFL teams who are in search of a coach. After beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Titans' first postseason appearance since 2008, it looked like head coach Mike Mularkey is bond to stay. Still, the team announced on Monday that the two sides "couldn't come to an agreement over the future" and...

Monterrey Midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez Opts for Mexico Instead of United States

ESPN reports that Monterrey midfielder Jonathan Gonzalez chose Mexico over the United States when it comes to playing at international level. Gonzalez, who holds U.S.-Mexico dual citizenship, has previously represented the U.S. youth national teams from the under-14 to under-20 levels. "Everything is moving along well, but there are still some steps that need to be put in place and...

Jon Gruden to Sign a 10-year, $100M deal with Oakland Raiders

ESPN reports that Jon Gruden being a new head coach for the Oakland Raiders is a done deal. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Gruden will sign one of the longest coaching deals in NFL history, inking a 10-year contract, worth around $100 million. This means that Gruden will be one of the best-paid members of the Raiders since only...

Chicago Bears Fire Coach John Fox after Three Consecutive Last-Place Finishes

After three straight seasons in which Chicago Bears ended up on the last place of NFC North, the team has decided to fire head coach John Fox. The decision was announced on Monday. https://twitter.com/ChicagoBears/status/947873607459450882 "Thank you to all the players, coaches, the city of Chicago and Bears fans everywhere, your passion for the game and this team is unmatched in the...

Cleveland Browns Head Coach Hue Jackson Says He’ll Swim in Lake Erie and Keep His Promise

After the Cleveland Browns ended the 2016 NFL season with a 1-15 record, their head coach Hue Jackson made an interesting promise. He said if the Browns the 2017 season with the same record, he'll go swimming in Lake Erie. After a year, he didn't forget on his word. "So how many people are jumping in the lake with...

Former Steelers LB James Harrison Signs With New England Patriots

ESPN reports that after he cleared his waivers on Monday, former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison signed with the New England Patriots. The 39-year-old visited the Patriots facilities on Tuesday, where he signed a one year deal. The team released LB Trevor Reilly in order to create a roster spot on the team. Harrison previously posted a picture of...

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