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Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis holds up despite wardrobe malfunction ‘nightmare’ – Chicago Tribune

French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis held up as best she could. If the world saw Papadakis giving her all with partner Guillaume Cizeron at Pyeongchang Winter Games, skating live on NBC Sunday night, it also saw more than she ever wanted to show. Alas, Papadakis’ costume proved not nearly as strong as she was, coming apart behind her neck just seconds into her routine,...

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Ten quarterbacks worth pursuing in free agency/2018 NFL Draft – NFL.com

Over the next several months, the rosters of all 32 teams will begin to take shape for the 2018 season. In this series, NFL.com writers and analysts look at the best players available via free agency or the NFL Draft at the following positions: quarterback, running back, wide reciever, defensive back, pass rusher. Today, David Carr looks at the top 10 quarterbacks worth pursuing....

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‘We all knew’: Devin McCourty speaks, but Malcolm Butler’s benching remains mysterious – Washington Post

Malcolm Butler, who saved Super Bowl XLIX for the Patriots, barely played in Super Bowl LII. (Kathy Willens/AP) What is it with the New England Patriots? Why must there always be an unsolved mystery after they appear in a Super Bowl? (Well, any time, really, but especially after a Super Bowl.) A year ago, everyone was wondering who had stolen Tom Brady’s jersey from the...

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FOX Sports Wisconsin to televise 12 Brewers spring training games – FOXSports.com

FOX Sports Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Brewers announced the 2018 spring training telecast schedule on Monday. The regional sports network will televise 12 games, including 10 from Maryvale Baseball Park. Bill Schroeder will serve as the primary analyst from the broadcast booth and will be joined by Brian Anderson and Matt Lepay. Fans will have the first opportunity to see the Brewers in action Feb....

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All the places LeBron could take his talents in July

Cavaliers Why LeBron would pick Cleveland I’m not sure if you’re aware of this — it hasn’t been covered much during his 15 years in the NBA — but LeBron James is from Northeast Ohio, which is where Cleveland happens to be located. While James has left Cleveland behind before, he came back and brought the city its first title in more than 52...

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All the places LeBron James could take his talents in July

Cavaliers Why LeBron would pick Cleveland I’m not sure if you’re aware of this — it hasn’t been covered much during his 15 years in the NBA — but LeBron James is from Northeast Ohio, which is where Cleveland happens to be located. While James has left Cleveland behind before, he came back and brought the city its first title in more than 52...

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Destination LeBron: Where could King James land this summer?

Cavaliers Why LeBron would pick Cleveland I’m not sure if you’re aware of this — it hasn’t been covered much during his 15 years in the NBA — but LeBron James is from Northeast Ohio, which is where Cleveland happens to be located. While James has left Cleveland behind before, he came back and brought the city its first title in more than 52...

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Cleveland or La La Land? NBA players weigh in on LeBron’s future

7:57 AM ET ESPN staff Where will King James take his talents to this fall? We asked 48 NBA pros to look into the crystal basketball for their free-agency predictions on LeBron, DeMarcus Cousins and more. (Editor’s note: Not all athletes answered every question.) Where will LeBron sign in the offseason? Cavaliers: 59 percentLakers: 22 percentHeat: 7 percentOther: 12 percentOthers gaining votes: Grizzlies, Rockets,...

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This US women’s hockey team has a different energy around it. Here’s why – Boston.com

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — With about 7 minutes remaining in the US women’s hockey victory over Finland on Friday, the video board above the ice showed a brief clip of the 1998 American women winning gold at the Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. “I mean, I was probably in the crib watching that game,’’ said goalie Maddie Rooney, 20, after the Americans defeated the...

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Could Gruden clean house? Offseason moves to improve AFC West teams

7:40 AM ET Last week I previewed the beginning of each NFC team’s offseason by identifying the first five things it should do during this downtime. Now it’s time for the AFC over the next few days. Here’s the schedule for the week ahead: Monday, Feb. 19: AFC West Tuesday, Feb. 20: AFC South Wednesday, Feb. 21: AFC North Thursday, Feb. 22: AFC East...

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Devin McCourty: No truth to Malcolm Butler reports behind mysterious Super Bowl benching – NJ.com

Devin McCourty played defense without Malcolm Butler in the Super Bowl, and now he is coming to the defense of his much-scrutinized teammate as the NFL offseason gets underway. After playing 97.8 percent of the Patriots’ defensive snaps during the regular season, Butler did not play any in the loss to the Eagles. The mysterious decision combined with coach Bill Belichick’s tight-lipped approach led to...

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Taking stock of the winners and losers from NBA All-Star Weekend – Washington Post

LeBron James holds the MVP trophy after his team won the NBA All-Star Game Sunday night. (Chris Pizzello/AP) This first appeared in the Feb. 19 edition of The Washington Post’s NBA newsletter, the Monday Morning Post Up. You can subscribe by clicking here. LOS ANGELES — This year’s NBA All-Star Weekend was capped off by the league holding it’s 67th All-Star Game here at Staples Center...

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US women’s hockey team thumps Finland, moves into gold medal game – Washington Post

Gigi Marvin (19) celebrates her first-period goal with her U.S. teammates in their 5-0 rout of Finland in the semifinals of the women’s Olympic hockey tournament. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Long before any hockey teams touched down at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport or the puck dropped on a single game in PyeongChang, there was always a sense of inevitability surrounding the Olympic...

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Fergie’s national anthem confuses, amuses

3:08 AM ET Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Fergie tried something different with her national anthem at the NBA All-Star Game, and not everybody was cheering. The Black Eyed Peas singer’s slow, bluesy rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” on Sunday before the 67th edition of the NBA’s annual showcase wasn’t particularly well received at Staples Center or on social media. A low chuckle rumbled...

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Despite slip, French couple is in second after short dance – Los Angeles Times

Virtue and Moir, who also won a team silver medal at Sochi and a team gold medal here last week, surpassed their effort in the team event by more than four points with a sizzling routine. “It’s as if you were watching a ballroom team compete, and the rumba is a very sensual, sexual dance,” Virtue said. “The samba and cha-cha rhythms are fun....

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