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Tony Siragusa’s personality made an enormous impact on the Ravens

The death of longtime NFL defensive lineman Tony Siragusa has elicited responses across the football world, including a remembrance from Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti. Siragusa played 73 regular season games over five seasons with the Ravens and also appeared in six postseason contests, including all four games the Ravens won en route to the team’s Super Bowl XXXV win over …

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Former Washington defensive back Brig Owens dies at 79

Former NFL defensive back Brig Owens died Tuesday, according to the Military Bowl Foundation. He was 79. The Cowboys drafted Owens in the seventh round in 1965 out of the University of Cincinnati, where he starred at quarterback. The Cowboys converted him to safety, though he didn’t play a down as a rookie. In 1966, Dallas traded Owens to Washington. …

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Former NBA star’s home burglarized on Father’s Day while family hid

Former Hawks star Vince Carter’s Atlanta home was burglarized over the weekend while his wife and children hid in a closet, according to police records.  Officers from the Atlanta Police Department responded to a burglary call at his residence on Sunday night, Father’s Day, according to an incident report obtained by USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday.  Carter’s wife, Sondi Carter, told …

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Penn State among top schools for four-star cornerback deciding soon

The recruiting news continues to be flowing through Happy Valley and the good vibes are continuing with a stellar Class of 2023. That trend continued on Wednesday with a four-star athlete including the Nittany Lions among his list of top schools as he approaches a decision. Jermaine Matthews, a four-star athlete projected to play cornerback in college, unveiled his list …

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Chicago Blackhawks’ promote Meghan Hunter, making her fourth woman assistant GM in NHL history

CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks have promoted Meghan Hunter to assistant general manger among several front office moves, making her the third woman to currently hold that position and fourth in NHL history. GM Brandon Davidson announced Hunter’s promotion and other front office moves Tuesday. Karilyn Pilch was also promoted to director of player personnel, while Mark Eaton will remain …

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Pharaoh Brown expects to be All-Pro in 2022

Pharaoh Brown set career highs last season with 23 catches for 171 yards. The Texans tight end had no touchdowns after catching his only two career scores in 2020. But that hasn’t stopped Brown from dreaming big. “The game has just slowed down understanding all the fine-line details,” Brown said, via Cole Thompson of SI.com. “That’s going to help me …

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In 1978 NBA draft, Pacers passed up Bird for Rick Robey

INDIANAPOLIS — Nancy Leonard is cautious. She doesn’t want to name names of those on the Indiana Pacers board back in 1978, many she said “had never held a basketball in their hands in their lives.” They were successful local businessmen, some were tennis players, but none of those eight board members knew basketball like her late husband Bobby “Slick” …

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Ohio State successfully trademarks the word ‘The’

Ohio State’s ownership of the trademark “The” has been legally formalized, a development that won’t be received warmly among non-Buckeyes college football fans. The school’s trademark application for the most commonly used word in the English language was officially approved on Tuesday, first reported by trademark attorney Josh Gerben. The Buckeyes football program more or less confirmed the news on …

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Carson Wentz vs. the NFC East: Where does QB rank?

Carson Wentz will lead the charge for the Washington Commanders in the upcoming season, putting him up against an NFC East division full of younger talent. Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys, Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles and Daniel Jones of the New York Giants are Wentz’s competition.  Where does he rank among the NFC East’s playcallers? Shannon Sharpe …

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4-star S Tyler Turner commits to Oregon Ducks over Oklahoma Sooners

The Oregon Ducks added another important piece to their 2023 recruiting class on Wednesday afternoon, picking up a commitment from 4-star safety Tyler Turner, from Brennan, Texas. Turner, who stands at 6-foot-0, 180 pounds, is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 33 S and No. 337 player in the 2023 class. Earlier this spring, Turner announced that he had trimmed …

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