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Chicago Fire Re-Sign Manager Veljko Paunovic to Multi-Year Extension

The Chicago Fire are sticking with Serbian manager Veljko Paunovic for the future, deciding to re-sign the 41-year-old to a two-year deal. Paunovic's new contract also contains a club option for the third year. Paunovic's coaching staff, which includes assistant coaches Marko Mitrovic and Eric Gehrig, will also remain with the club.

LeBron James Leads the League in Fan Voting for 2019 NBA All-Star Game

The National Basketball Association announced on Thursday that Los Angeles Lakers' star LeBron James is leading all players in the fan voting for 2019 NBA All-Star Game which will take place at Spectrum Center in Charlotte on Sunday, February 17th. According to the league, the 34-year-old four-times MVP got a total of 1,083,363 votes.

Mike McCarthy to Interview for Jets and Browns’ Head Coaching Jobs

It's been a little over a month since Mike McCarthy was fired by Green Bay Packers, but the 55-year-old is already willing to get back into the game. According to NFL Insider Ian Rapaport, McCarthy plans to interview with the New York Jets and Cleveland Brown for their head coaching vacancies. Thanks to his accomplished CV, which...

Chelsea Sign United States International Christian Pulisic for $72.5 Million

The United States international Christian Pulisic is on the move. The 20-year-old USMNT and Borussia Dortmund star was just picked up by Premier League giants Chelsea, who paid around $72.5 million for his services. Pulisic won't head to London right away, however, and will remain with Dortmund until the end of 2018-19 Bundesliga season as part of the deal.

DaMarcus Beasley Resigns with the Houston Dynamo for 2019 Season

DaMarcus Beasley is staying in the MLS in 2019, and will play his 20th professional season with the Houston Dynamo. Beasley, who joined Dynamo in 2014, inked a one-year deal. "The Dynamo have to face a very challenging schedule and DaMarcus has been an outstanding pillar for our team, helping us create a mentality of competing to...

Rajon Rondo Undergoes another Surgery, Will Be Out for More Than a Month

It seems like Los Angeles Lakers' guard Rajon Rondo can't catch a break this season. After undergoing surgery in November and missing out 17 games, the 32-year-old now had to have another one after tearing finger ligaments. Both operations were on his shooting hand. According to the statement issued by the Lakers, Rondo suffered...

Mariners Acquire Outfielder Domingo Santana from the Brewers

The rebuilding Seattle Mariners continue to reshape their roster by acquiring outfielder Domingo Santana from the Milwaukee Brewers. The Mariners sent outfielder Ben Gamel and minor-league pitcher Noah Zavalos in exchange. This move makes sense for both teams, considering the fact that Seattle got a right-handed batter that will boost their lineup while Milwaukee will...

Steelers’ WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Takes the Blame for the 28-31 Loss to Saints

Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster has a hard time forgetting the mistake he made in Sunday's 28-31 loss to New Orleans Saints. With the 1:25 left in the game, Smith-Schuster made a costly fumble and denied his team a chance to tie or potentially win the game. Although he was critical of himself after the game, the 22-year-old...

Redskins’ Cut Safety D.J. Swearinger after He Criticized DC Greg Manusky

Washington Redskins decided to move away from their safety D.J. Swearinger after the 27-year-old publicly criticized the team's defensive coordinator Greg Manusky over the weekend. This was confirmed on 106.7's The Fan by Swearinger himself, who said that Washington's coach Jay Gruden invited him to the office to let him know about the team's decision. Redskins faced the Tennessee Titans...

Former Ajax Manager Frank de Boer Favorite to Land Atlanta United Job

Atlanta United is in the search for a new head coach, and former Ajax manager Frank de Boer is reportedly the leading candidate for the job. This was confirmed to ESPN by several sources close to the club. United has been without a coach since early December when Gerardo Tata Martino decided to step down after winning the MLS Cup...


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