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Stafford active Abdullah to miss second game for Lions

Tampa Bay — Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, who entered the day questionable with a hand injury, will make his 109th consecutive start on Sunday against the Buccaneers. Stafford practiced on a limited basis throughout the week after having his hand accidentally stepped on by Baltimore Ravens

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Daniel Faalele at 6-8 395 pounds to play football for Gophers

If Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck is looking for someone to row the boat, he might hand his latest recruit the oar. Offensive lineman Daniel Faalele, a 6-foot-8, 395-pound lineman, committed to the Golden Gophers on Saturday night. The giant prospect is originally from Melbourne, Australia, and had no football experience before transferring to the IMG Academy. He was found by a Hawaii recruiter in a Melbourne gym and eventually attended one of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh's satellite camps in Australia. Word spread quickly of Faalele's size and raw ability, and he received scholarship offers from Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU and Michigan, among others, based on potential alone. This season

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Fantasy Baseball Giancarlo Stanton trade fantasy outlook

RotoExperts will be ramping up the Fantasy Baseball coverage as the Hot Stove season gets going with the upcoming Winter Meetings. Be sure to check in and get the Fantasy spin for all of the major trades and free agent signings. We should have known all along that Giancarlo Stanton would end up in a

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Moneyball Bronx Style Yankees return to vintage big business ways with Giancarlo Stanton trade

So the Yankees are back in the big business of being the Yankees again, bigger than ever, now that they are making this kind of big deal for Giancarlo Stanton. Once, almost a hundred years ago, they got Babe Ruth here from Boston, and Ruth would eventually hit 60 home runs in a season, and first make

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