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The Ray Rice suspension — Here are the facts and some opinions

The Ray Rice suspension — Here are the facts and some opinions

July 25, 2014 | Drew Forrester

This is the best way for me to handle discussing Ray Rice. I’ll list the facts and my opinions. You can read it and get mad.

11 Questions is “Worthy” of your time today

11 Questions is “Worthy” of your time today

July 24, 2014 | Drew Forrester

You asked ‘em, I answered ‘em.

Rob Gronkowski: The most valuable non-QB in the NFL

Rob Gronkowski: The most valuable non-QB in the NFL

July 24, 2014 | Giovanni Insignares

With the news on early Wednesday morning that New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was cleared for training camp, a sigh of collective relief poured over Foxboro as fans wondered if the player affectionately known as “Gronk” can stay healthy and finally return to his dominating ways. Since his debut in 2010, Gronkowski has [...]

Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Top 10 Baseball Distractions

July 21, 2014 | Glenn Clark

Glenn offers his weekly preview, touching on events both inside and outside sports world…

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Starting Stable is Sturdy Enough.

July 20, 2014 | James Revere

The trading deadline is a mere few days away. It’s certainly reminiscent of a yard sale except trading of goods is done instead of cash transactions. The Orioles have certainly been active shoppers these past few years, and 2014 seems to be no exception. What we saw with the trade for Scott Feldman last year [...]

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Time Capsule 45 Years Ago

July 19, 2014 | Marty Mossa

On July 12, 1969 my parents took my three siblings and myself to Ocean City, MD for the first. That was 45 years ago. That week stands out, not only because I’ll always remember that incredible week in OC; but also that was the week the Apollo 11 rocket was launched into space. 11′s destination [...]

The Baltimore Orioles: A Second Half Preview

The Baltimore Orioles: A Second Half Preview

July 18, 2014 | Brandon Sacks

While the season is technically more than halfway completed, the All Star Break is generally considered to be the midpoint of the season.  Therefore, it is time to look at how the birds have performed during the first half of the season and preview what to expect for the upcoming second half. The birds currently [...]

Grunfeld Building a Contender with Stellar Off-Season

Grunfeld Building a Contender with Stellar Off-Season

July 18, 2014 | Nick Dorsey

  The Washington Wizards 2013-14 season was among the most successful the franchise has had in quite sometime. There is a lot of momentum from last season to build off of and general manager Ernie Grunfeld had a task ahead of him going into the off-season. Continuity was the main goal and for the most [...]

Dorsey’s Dugout – NBA Free Agency Frenzy

Dorsey’s Dugout – NBA Free Agency Frenzy

July 18, 2014 | Nick Dorsey

  LeBron James In one of the better sports stories in years, LeBron James returned back to his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers where it all began. The King left Miami after four seasons, winning two out of four NBA Final appearances during that stretch. The return of the King to Cleveland shocked many because there are [...]

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Will New Talent Force Ravens to Change Defensive Scheme?

July 17, 2014 | Scott Fink

Ozzie Newsome welcomes the chaos that accompanies advancement; he controls it, bending it in his favor. “Organized chaos”, as Deion Sanders once put it. And in no time in the history of the franchise has Ozzie’s commitment to advancement been tested as much as the last two offseasons.  Only two players remain from the starting [...]