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Pick Six: Titans draft picks

Following on from our piece on the bright future of the Tennessee Titans, our Pick Six for this week is Titans draft picks.

Since 1999, when they shed the Oilers moniker and became the Titans, there have been some mediocre-at-best draft choices. 506 more words

Mariota

It may not be a bad thing if the Orioles don't lead the world in home runs again

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Orioles are destined to hit a ton of home runs, yet again. Guys like last year’s home run champion, Mark Trumbo, Chris Davis, Adam Jones, Manny Machado, Jonathan Schoop, Welington Castillo, and eventually Trey Mancini, are ready to begin teeing off at Camden Yards and ballparks around the American League. 529 more words

Orioles

Joey Rickard's situation is one of those rare, "good" problems to have

If you’re amidst an 0-20 slump, and can’t seem to buy a hit, you may have a problem. If you get picked off first base, and haven’t been able to read the movement on a fastball, you may have a problem. 677 more words

Orioles

PIGGY BACKING ON THE NFL COMBINE

With news that the Nike Breaking2 Project has conducted its first test run, a half-marathon, at a Formula 1 race track in Monza, Italy, the off-beat side of the sport is high on the news cycle. 307 more words

Opinion

Arizona Cardinals Free Agents: To Re-Sign Or Not?

NFL Free Agency is just days away – two in fact – and we’re now in the ‘tampering period’ where prospective free agents can begin negotiations with each NFL franchise. 1,398 more words

NFL Free Agency

Minnesota CB Jalen Myrick ran an overlooked 4.28 at the Combine

Washington receiver John Ross generated a great deal of attention for setting a new Scouting Combine record with a 4.22-second 40-yard dash. But he wasn’t the only player to break 4.3. 181 more words

Rumor Mill

3/6/2017-John Ross, SF-AF1, Mask Off

SPORTS

The NFL Draft Combine happened this last weekend. If you think you are a decent athlete, five minutes of watching the combine will bring you back down to earth. 359 more words