February 03, 2010
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Barber: Peterson becoming a liability

Tiki Barber knows Adrian Peterson's pain. After Peterson fumbled twice in the Vikings' loss in the NFC title game and played a role in a botched handoff, there's plenty of angst regarding his fumbling. "He's becoming a liability for his team," Barber told WFAN in New York on Monday, according to sportsradiointerviews.com. (St. Paul Pioneer Press) Comment

Walsh: Knicks won't make deals

With the NBA trade deadline approaching Feb. 18, and reports swirling that the Knicks are actively shopping guard Nate Robinson and defensive-minded big man Jared Jeffries, president Donnie Walsh reiterated that he won't make any deals. (New York Post) Comment

Kovalchuk trade talks heat up

Trade talks between the Thrashers and several teams involving star Ilya KovalchukDon Waddell had no comment other than to say that the franchise and Kovalchuk's agent have not had any new talks in more than a week. Waddell was in Philadelphia last week scouting the Flyers and Islanders. It also has been reported recently that the Kings and Bruins are interested in obtaining Kovalchuk. Several NHL teams, including the Flames and the Rangers, have cleared salary cap space recently. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Comment

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Saints players enjoy Media Day in Miami.

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No. 1-unsigned recruit Seantrel Henderson

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  • 1990 -- Jockey Bill Shoemaker, who won 11 Triple Crown races, retires.
  • 1998 -- The New York Yankees hire Brian Cashman as general manager.
  • 2002 -- New England Patriots upset the St. Louis Rams to win Super Bowl XXXVI.

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