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  • Is Ray Rice’s Two-Game Suspension Too Lenient?

    A February incident between Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and his then-fiancé and now-wife, Janay Palmer, at an Atlantic City hotel sent shockwaves around the NFL. The alleged strike from Rice that knocked Palmer unconscious, and the video footage of Rice subsequently dragging ...

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  • Nationals Maintain Thin Lead over Braves in NL East

    The Washington Nationals lead the National League East division by 1.5 games after winning three of their last five games from July 21 to July 26. The Nats took two of three from the Colorado Rockies in Denver before splitting the first two games of a three-game series against the Reds in ...

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  • Orioles Win Four of Six, Still Lead AL East

    The Baltimore Orioles won four games and suffered two losses between July 21 and July 26, enough to hold on to a three-game lead in the American League East. Baltimore took two of three from the Los Angeles Angels in L.A., and then won two of the first three games of a four-game series against ...

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  • Ravens Open 2014 Training Camp Eager to Return to Success

    There was a “different feeling” looming around the Baltimore Ravens’ practice facility in Owings Mills, Md., as the team officially opened its 2014 training camp on July 23. It was the first time since Ravens head coach John Harbaugh took over in 2008 that the Ravens came off a season that did ...

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  • Dilemma May Loom for Wizards at Small Forward Position

    If the 2014 NBA Summer League taught fans anything about the Washington Wizards, it’s that 2013 second-round draft pick Glen Rice Jr. has just as much potential as one of the top three overall selections in that draft, Otto Porter. While both excelled in Las Vegas last week, and each was named ...

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  • Mavericks’ Felton Pleads Guilty in NYC Gun Case

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dallas Mavericks point guard Raymond Felton pleaded guilty Wednesday in a New York gun case, taking a plea deal that involved admitting a felony but spares him jail. Felton pleaded guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a firearm. He ...

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  • WNBA Coach Michael Cooper Diagnosed With Tongue Cancer

    Michael Cooper, coach of the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream recently announced that he has early-stage tongue cancer. According to the team, Cooper, 58, will undergo surgery soon at the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta. A full recovery is expected, although he will miss two weeks. ...

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  • Wizards Balance Summer League, Free Agency in Busy Week

    Otto Porter Jr. and Glen Rice Jr. certainly have the bloodlines for the National Basketball Association (NBA) hardwood. After a pair of uninspiring rookie campaigns, the duo has their sights set on their sophomore years and their renewe d focus has them tearing up the competition in the NBA ...

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  • Sam Lacy: He Made a Difference – Part XIV

    There are a few people wondering when I would stop keeping them in suspense waiting for the next chapter in the life of Sam Lacy.  Although the following is much to do about me, Sam emerges as the star of the show. It was Feb. 8, 1948, and I remember it well because it was […]

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