The Baltimore Ravens may be as healthy as we have seen them in the first week of December in quite some time, as only two players missed practice on Wednesday. Elvis Dumervil and Brynden Trawick did not practice, while five others were limited.
In what was a tough game on the field and on the body Thanksgiving Night where several players came out with bumps and bruises, and the most notable is that of Dumervil and Jimmy... Read at Ravens 101
As the new manager of the Cincinnati Reds, Bryan Price finally made the first big announcement of his tenure. Today he announced the club's Major League staff for the upcoming 2014 season.
Earlier this offseason, Price announced the hiring of bench coach Jay Bell, hitting coach Don Long, and pitching coach Jeff Pico. Today Price announced Mack Jenkins has been named as the bullpen coach, Steve Smith will serve as the first base coach and Freddie Benavides will join the coaching... Read at Reds 101
There's a time for profession sports organizations to sit back and see how things develop. There's also times for them to be pro-active. Everyone knew Carmelo Anthony would be opting out of his contract with the New York Knicks next off-season even before he dropped that nugget of knowledge on everyone before the season began. However, most expected him to re-sign with New York and take the most money available to him. Now there are signs that he may be looking to move on to another... Read at Knicks 101
Since 1990, the Philadelphia Flyers had won just one game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, the home of the Red Wings. This includes two forgettable losses in the 1997 Stanley Cup Final in which they were swept by the Red Wings. But tonight, the Flyers bucked the trend and pulled out a rare win in Detroit, made possible by complete domination of the third period. When all was said and done, Sean Couturier had a four-point night, Scott Hartnell and Matt Read each tallied a goal and two assists... Read at Flyers 101
There were several drivers who couldn't wait to see the flag drop at Homestead-Miami Speedway ending the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. For some drivers it was a long season and they were ready for a fresh start in the 2014 season.
Among those drivers was Australian Marcos Ambrose whose 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season was one he and his team would like to forget.
Ambrose only recorded six top ten finishes in the 2013 season and had a best finish of sixth which... Read at Motorsports 101