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Rangers interested in Bradley

The Rangers refuse to rule out the possibility of Milton Bradley coming back to Texas. Club officials aren't expecting it to happen but it's something club officials are definitely talking about as they try to figure out a way to repair an offense that scored 115 less runs in 2009 than in 2008. A month ago, it seemed impossible that the Rangers would bring back Bradley. Now there seems some hemming and hawing. (MLB.com) Comment

Holmgren rips Redskins, defends Zorn

Perhaps Mike Holmgren might not want to coach the Redskins after all. He sure didn't sound like a guy trying to impress owner Daniel Snyder when he blasted Washington management for its treatment of Coach Jim Zorn, one of Holmgren's former assistants, during an interview with a Chicago radio station. Asked what he thought about the Redskins' decision to strip Zorn, Holmgren's quarterbacks coach with the Seattle Seahawks, of play-calling duties, the longtime head coach "thought it was very unfair to put him in the position." (Washington Post) Comment

Thomas at odds with Bulls coach

As Bulls practice ended Monday, veteran Lindsey Hunter stepped up and directed some pointed advice toward Tyrus Thomas in front of all his teammates and coaches. It came on the heels of Thomas, according to team sources, taking exception to coach Vinny Del Negro harping on him for failing to rotate defensively. And it followed Thomas again falling out of the fourth-quarter rotation. (Chicago Tribune) Comment

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One Philly fan expresses his true feelings at Game 5 of the World Series. (AP)

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The Saints are 7-0 ... but not because of this.

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SI Vault: Greg Maddux
  • 1996 -- Jerry Rice becomes the first player with 1,000 career NFL receptions in San Francisco's 24-17 victory over New Orleans.
  • 2006 -- Greg Maddux wins his 16th Gold Glove, tying the record shared by pitcher Jim Kaat and third baseman Brooks Robinson.
  • 2007 -- Navy snaps an NCAA-record 43-game losing streak to Notre Dame with a 46-44 victory in triple overtime.

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