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Fantasy Football: Defense/Special Teams Preview – Have a strategy

Drafting a defense in fantasy is the single most overlooked aspect of constructing a winning team. Granted, there are sexier and more important decisions in your draft than what defense/special teams to take, but having a strategy for the position […]

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Fantasy Football: Defense/Special Teams Preview – Have a strategy

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Drafting a defense in fantasy is the single most overlooked aspect of constructing a winning team. Granted, there are sexier and more important decisions in your draft than what defense/special teams to take, but having a strategy for the position […]

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AFC North Fantasy outlook: Draft Johnny Football

If you’re a Ravens fan and a fantasy football player, drafting someone from the AFC North who doesn’t wear purple on Sundays probably feels sacrilegious.  Watching your division rivals

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Are you ready for some Fantasy Football?

Major League Baseball is in the midst of one of its most competitive, entertaining, and unpredictable seasons in recent memory, epitomized by last week’s wild trade deadline.  Despite this,

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Towson University dance student Rachel Petti helps Tigers win 16th national championship

Ever since she received her first pair of tap shoes from her grandfather as a toddler and started tap dancing around her house, it didn’t take long for Rachel

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NFL racism controversy hits NBA Finals

LeBron James and the Miami Heat succumbed to the greatest shooting performance in NBA Finals history Tuesday – but a football team fared even worse. Native Americans launched their own

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California Chrome could win Triple Crown in Belmont Stakes

Photo above: 2014 Kentucky Derby finish: #5 California Chrome, #17 Commanding Curve and #4 Danza. If that was your $2.00 trifecta bet you made $3,424.60. Photo by Bill Brines for

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Stanley Cup Finals are bi-coastal this year

Photo above: The Los Angeles Kings against the New York Rangers, November 17, 2013, in Madison Square Garden. Photo is screen shot from YouTube video. In the annals of NHL hockey

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Michael Phelps is back –  and so is swimming

Sports needed this. Swimming needed this. And of course, Baltimore needed this. Michael Phelps is back, which means swimming is back and even more importantly, it means one of the most underappreciated

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C.J. Mosley’s great, but Ravens’ draft class will be defined by who they take next

It’s a great start. But one player rarely makes for a great draft class. It’s not surprising the Ravens took C.J. Mosley, a 6-foot-2, 235-pound inside linebacker out of the

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Johnny Manziel’s running fuels his passing – making him a first-round pick

I really wanted to dismiss Johnny Manziel as the top pick. I wanted to justify knocking him down a few rungs on the board because he’s a “running quarterback,” and

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