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NFL owners on Monday gave the Oakland Raiders the green light to move from their current home in the East Bay to Las Vegas.The relocation move was approved by 31 of the league's 32 owners during meet
The Oakland Raiders are moving to Las Vegas.  NFL owners voted to approve the move on Monday. The team plans to continue to play in Oakland in 2017 and 2018 while a $1.9 billion stadium is built
The Oakland Raiders finalized their long anticipated move to Las Vegas Monday, and it’s now possible the team and general manager Reggie McKenzie can once again focus on extending franchise cornersto
Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather are nowhere near to agreeing to a mega-fight, but their war of wards is still... Read More »
Formula One’s new cars are subjecting drivers to extreme cornering forces. Most have admitted coping with the physical demand is... Read More »
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Michigan's 2018 football recruiting class is expected to be much smaller than the ones in 2016 and 2017.        
A bar in Canada is driving home an important message in a way that’s as effective as it is creative. Beginning... Read More »
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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - National Football League team owners gave the green light to the Raiders to move to Las Vegas from Oakland, paving the way for the building of a new, $1.9 billion stadium in
Sir Alex Ferguson admits he still gets nervous watching Manchester United play against their old rivals Liverpool and Manchester City but insists he keeps calm in the Old Trafford stands these days.
PHILADELPHIA — Guy Boucher put the decision to select Craig Anderson as the Ottawa Senators’ nominee for the Bill Masterton Trophy best.
The vote was viewed as a foregone conclusion after the league and Raiders were not satisfied with Oakland's proposals for a new stadium, and Las Vegas stepped up with $750million in pubic funds.
Former Florida State cornerback and Super Bowl winner Bryant McFadden admits he might be a little biased. But what McFadden saw from current FSU standout safety Derwin James while visiting spring prac
Former Ajax and Inter boss Frank de Boer has no interest in being the next head coach of Holland, according to his agent. Danny Blind was sacked following Saturday's 2-0 defeat by Bulgaria.
The Detroit Lions will play the Raiders on the road in three seasons. But will it be in Oakland or Las Vegas?        
Just win, baby!        
Viva, Las Vegas! The Oakland Raiders are relocating to Sin City ... eventually.
The Oakland Raiders are moving to Las Vegas. Just not yet. Though an overwhelming majority of the NFL’s 32 owners... Read More »
Muguruza retired with a heat-related illness after one set at the Miami Open.        
Bruno Fernandes de Souza is free pending appeal after being found guilty of killing girlfriend        
Former Cheetahs and Stormers coach Rassie Erasmus could make a dramatic comeback to SA rugby even before the Boks’ first Test against France in June.
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Frederik Andersen is back - at least at Maple Leafs' practice.
Bears WR Deonte Thompson played football with Hernandez at the University of Florida.        
With nine rounds of the Varsity Cup now complete, the cream of the crop has risen to the top with no real surprises, writes Darryn Pollock.
The St. Louis Cardinals have been the gold standard of the National League Central for the better part of this century, having won nine division titles and reached the postseason 12 times in 16 season
All eyes will again be on Kylian Mbappe when France take on Spain in Paris on Tuesday. And the youngster has made a big impression on one opponent in particular.
A battle over control of the Los Angeles Lakers is over after an agreement was reached to have Jeanie Buss serve as controlling owner of the storied NBA franchise
"I don't know how we should feel."        
Seahawks backup quarterback Trevone Boykin in vehicle that hit 7 people on Dallas sidewalk        
Mark Davis willing to give money back to Oakland fans on day team's relocation to Las Vegas approved.        
A torn meniscus seriously limited Tony Conner's performance during his last two seasons at Ole Miss.              

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