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Adrian Peterson becomes a free agent

Adrian Peterson becomes a free agent

The Minnesota Vikings have declined to pick up the $18 million option on running back  Adrian Peterson and he is now a free agent. The former league MVP  has spent his entire ten year career with the Vikings and ranks #16 ...

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James Harden Verses Russell Westbrook- A Race To The Top

James Harden Verses Russell Westbrook- A Race To The Top

Two dynamic scorers. Two of the leagues best players. Two of the best guards in today’s game. Two Most Valuable Player candidates. Two former teammates. Russell Westbrook and James Harden rarely disappoint the fans when they have the ball in their hands. ...

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System Of Success

System Of Success

What’s in a resume? It’s most likely your name, address, personal information, references and a small run down of your skills. There’s also another part that says “work history” which is where everything you’ve ever done is jotted down to show your potential ...

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Give It A Rest

Give It A Rest

Professional athletes are humans. Eat, sleep, work go home humans. Go out have fun spend time with their family humans. So it’s understandable that when performing at the highest level that an athlete might need some time off to rest. ...

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High Flying Miles

High Flying Miles

      The road to the Superbowl has reached its penultimate game. The match-up in the NFC has shootout written all over it. The final NFL game in the Georgia Dome will decide one of the participants in Superbowl ...

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The Windup- Strikeout City

The Windup- Strikeout City

    Not familiar with the city? No problem. New York has many sites and attractions to choose from. Visit the Empire State building or go for a walk in Central Park. Actually, there are many smaller cities inside of ...

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The Windup – Dream Weaver

The Windup – Dream Weaver

      With the 2002 MLB season coming to an end, the Boston Red Sox seemed to have more questions about their roster than answers. By any other team standards, it would be a great season. They sent six ...

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The Windup- Brought the Farm

The Windup- Brought the Farm

    The one thing MLB has gotten right throughout its entire existence is its minor league system. Players can continue to develop at a certain pace versus their contemporaries. Obviously the cream rises to the top and eventually make ...

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