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MLB Parity Alive And Well

The Royals are another example of the turnover that should now be expected in baseball on a year to year basis.

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Experience Has Taught Bucs Head Coach Lovie Smith Not to Panic

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith talks about struggles he faced early on as a Bucs assistant, in St. Louis and in Chicago

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Cleaning House: Five Jaguars With Expiring Contracts Who Who Won’t Be Back in 2015

As we find ourselves with the first quarter of the 2014 season in the books, it’s time to start looking ahead to the offseason fun. More specifically, looking at who won’t be wearing teal come 2015. Since taking over

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BREAKING: Bucs FB Jorvorskie Lane Suspended for PEDs, Says He Used Weight Loss Drug

The NFL has suspended Bucs' Jorvorskie Lane for violating the league's policies on performance enhancing substances.

Lightning

Evgeni Nabokov Impressive But Lightning Fall To Devils

Evgeni Nabokov showed that at 39 years old he still has what it takes stopping 23 of 25 shots but it wasn't enough as the Lightning fall 2-1 to New Jersey.

Matt Silverman

Sternberg: Matt Silverman Is “Absolutely The Right Person” To Take Over

With Andrew Friedman leaving the Rays Tuesday to work for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Matt Silverman is going to fill his shoes within the Rays organization.

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Bucs Head Coach Love Smith Staying Busy During Bye Week

Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith reveals his outlook on the bye week and what he hopes the Bucs get accomplished during the time off

Joe Maddon

Is Joe Maddon Headed To The Dodgers As Well?

Now that Andrew Friedman is a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers front office, Joe Maddon could be the next member of the Rays staff to go to LA.

Joe Philbin

The Dolphins Are Running Out Of Time

Joe Philbin is running out of time to recognize the Dolphins need to be a run-first football team to succeed.

Andrew Friedman

BREAKING: Andrew Friedman Leaves Rays To Work For Dodgers

Though Andrew Friedman has worked for the Tampa Bay Rays since 2005, he is leaving the team to go work for the Los Angeles Dodgers.