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Donald Trump passed on chance to buy the Patriots in 1988

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump released financial documents last week to show that he’s worth more than $10 billion, but the 69-year-old business magnate once may have had an opportunity to be the owner of the New England Patriots as well. According to the Boston Globe, Trump was approached by the Sullivan family about buying Continue Reading

Moving Porzingis to center would be the second significant lineup change for New York

When the Seahawks signed Graham, they were hoping that he’d be a dominant red-zone target, but that hasn’t happened in two seasons with the team. Graham had six red-zone receptions in 2016, tied for 66th in the NFL. The Seahawks averaged 4.54 points per red-zone trip, which ranked 23rd. There’s certainly an argument to be Continue Reading

Epstein is taking a similar approach after winning a World Series with the Cubs

The National Basketball Coaches Association announced Sunday that it will introduce its own Michael H. Goldberg Coach of the Year Award this season, which will be voted on at the conclusion of the season exclusively by the NBA’s 30 head coaches. The award has been conceived to honor Goldberg, longtime executive director of the NBCA, Continue Reading

The Buffalo Bills have a three-way quarterback battle going on between Matt Cassel, Tyrod Taylor and EJ Manuel

The Buffalo Bills have a three-way quarterback battle going on between Matt Cassel, Tyrod Taylor and EJ Manuel. However, Taylor may have given himself an edge in the competition last night. Taylor threw some nice passes, but did have some misses. He ultimately completed 5 of 8 passes for 49 yards, with no touchdowns or Continue Reading

the defending AFC North champions enter a road game in New England as a touchdown underdog

They will look to find room against a Patriots defense that no longer features Vince Wilfork as a stalwart in the middle of the defensive line or cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner. New England will depend on Sealver Siliga and Alan Branch to handle defensive tackle duties and turn over the cornerback jobs to Continue Reading