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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

With tensions rising, 2014 could be make-or-break for Jim Harbaugh

With tensions rising, 2014 could be make-or-break for Jim Harbaugh


With tensions rising, 2014 could be make-or-break for Jim Harbaugh

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 12:11 PM PST

Tensions are rising in San Francisco, and it could lead to a make-or-break year for coach Jim Harbaugh.

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Jameis Winston relishing his time in baseball

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 04:17 PM PST

Best known for his gridiron exploits, Jameis Winston wants to keep playing baseball as long as he can.

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MLB's trend of extending young players

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 10:30 AM PST

Baseball is slowly turning into a young man's game, as teams rush to lock up their budding stars.

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Pro Day pressure abounds for Manziel, Bridgewater

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 01:27 PM PST

Teddy Bridgewater didn't throw at the combine, which will result in intense scrutiny on his pro day, says Doug Farrar.

Top-ranked Florida hangs on against Vanderbilt

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 08:09 PM PST

Jail may not be likely for Felton after gun charge

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 05:43 PM PST

In what was an otherwise terrible day for Raymond Felton, Manhattan prosecutors reportedly charged the New York Knicks point guard on Tuesday with "only" Class D and Class E felonies for unlawful possession of a firearm. Adam Zagoria of SNY.tv was the first to break news of the charges, which stem from events earlier in the day. Felton's estranged wife, Ariane Raymondo-Felton, reportedly provided a Belgian-made pistol to New York police and said it belonged to the nine-year NBA veteran. Raymondo-Felton's decision may have followed an argument between the player and an unnamed woman described in some published reports as a girlfriend. Felton could have faced charges for a Class C felony, which would have carried a minimum prison sentence of three-and-a-half years under New York law. Class D and E felonies, in contrast, each carry a minimum of one year behind bars, but a judge has discretion to impose a lesser sentence. The net result is that Felton may be able to avoid jail time, especially if his attorneys can work out a plea deal.

No. 2 Wichita State wins, hits historic 30-0 mark

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 06:06 PM PST

Dolphins owner says he'll meet with Martin soon

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 05:16 PM PST

Source: Hernandez attacks fellow inmate in jail

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 03:08 PM PST

Boomer: Who stood out at the NFL combine?

Posted: 25 Feb 2014 11:14 AM PST

Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason discusses why Texas A&M WR, Mike Evans stood out at the NFL combine.

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