Players like Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson and defensive tackle Aaron Donald seek more stability, but it can be hard to come by.
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Rob Ninkovich finishes his career with the fifth-most sacks of any player in Patriots history.
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Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Pudge Rodriguez evoked a different era in baseball at their Hall of Fame induction Sunday in Cooperstown, N.Y.
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Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Magic Johnson put the rest of the league on notice after he guaranteed a World Series victory.
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How does Hugh Freeze’s resignation after notices of allegations against Ole Miss change the in-state recruiting dynamic and impact Mississippi State?
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Even though Jerry Jones maintains team is 'ahead in that area'
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Known for on-court swagger and off-court issues in college, the ex-Orange star changed his priorities, putting family first and joining the SU staff.
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Those at top of IndyCar, NASCAR say they must prove themselves just like anyone else
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