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Source: Donald Penn agrees to restructure his Raider contract

NAPA – Jon Gruden made Connor Cook's life difficult on Monday morning. Raiders main coach likes to do it with their quarterback, to test and print and produce. This was the case in the first training session after Cook's solid show appeared in a 16-10 Preseason victory over the Lions. Cook may have played his best football as a professional …

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Indians score 7th in 7th to best Reds

CLEVELAND – Facts have brought Greg Allen and Yandy Diaz back from the smaller leagues and hit them into the thick after-season of the Indians. Expected or not, Cleveland has asked them to focus on helping to win, not just on development. On Monday evening, Allen and Diaz played a key role in highlighting the spark of a seven-run outbreak …

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Does Jacob deGrom need to win the Cy Young Award?

In most cases, a crutch's record will be settled where it belongs with time. In the small test of a season it can of course be quite misleading. Eight years ago, Seattles Felix Hernandez led the American League in E.R.A. and won and won the Cy Young Award despite a 13-12 record. There was a watercourse in the vote. "I …

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Washington citizens approach the point without return

Dave Martinez and the citizens have their work cut out for them. (Alex Brandon / Associated Press) by Neil Greenberg August 13 at 10:05 Email Author Washington Citizens have not been a serious playoffhot for much of the season but stir signing at the trade-off period, including holding off-agent-to-be Bryce Harper on the roster, showed the organization still felt optimistic …

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Alshon Jeffery is still not practicing; what about week 1?

Where does he fit? Does he have the chance to do roster? How can he show coach what type of player he is with final cuts just 2½ weeks away? All valid questions. And Christian Hackenberg has no answers. And he does not care. Right now she is focusing on getting better every day. Everything else? Not his concern. "Everyone …

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