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Manning has decided that if he becomes an NFL TV analyst, it will be on Fox's new Thursday night package and not on ESPN's " Monday Night Football ", sources told The Post. Stephanie Druley, an ESPN senior vice president, called McDonough "a highly-skilled broadcaster who brings great passion, energy and work ethic to every game he calls".
  • McLaren suffer another F1 testing setback with fresh breakdown

    McLaren suffer another F1 testing setback with fresh breakdown

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    McLaren's Fernando Alonso had a rollercoaster day, sidelined for almost five hours by an oil leak and engine change before charging back out to set the second quickest time on the same hypersoft tyres. "So far we had minor issues but I think that was because we didn't do a good enough job to prepare the auto". When asked if McLaren should have been more conservative, he replied: "Again, if you want to be competitive you have to be a bit aggressive and ambitious".
  • Amanda Nunes to fight Raquel Pennington in UFC 224

    Amanda Nunes to fight Raquel Pennington in UFC 224

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    Nunes had another successful championship defense on September 9, 2017, winning a split decision against Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 215 . That was her most recent victory and it occurred in November 2016, but due to a lack of viable contenders in the 135-pound division, the 29-year-old moved to the top of the list.
  • Six Nations 2018: England desperate to make up for Scotland defeat

    Six Nations 2018: England desperate to make up for Scotland defeat

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    And if Ireland beat Scotland and score at least four tries, they will earn five points - four for the win and one for the try-scoring bonus point - to leave England trailing by 10 points. Responding to O'Driscoll's comments, he said: "I think that is fair comment based on our record going into this game". Last year's fixture between the two sides at Broadwood saw Ireland snatch a dramatic 22-15 victory with an 82nd-minute try.
  • Dispute between players overshadows Australia defeat of South Africa

    Dispute between players overshadows Australia defeat of South Africa

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    Meanwhile, Lyon has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee and had one demerit point added to his record for dropping the ball on to De Villiers as the South African batsman was on the ground after being run out by Warner. "What he (de Kock) said got a little bit personal towards Davey and as we saw it certainly provoked an emotional response". "Everyone wants to be competitive, people love watching that".
  • Man City reach last eight despite Basel defeat

    Man City reach last eight despite Basel defeat

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    Pep Guardiola chose to dwell on the positives of Manchester City reaching the Champions League quarter-finals for only the second time in the club's history, after he was given a reminder of what it feels like to lose at the Etihad Stadium.
  • £410 million from DUP Deal to come to Northern Ireland

    £410 million from DUP Deal to come to Northern Ireland

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    In the absence of devolved ministers, Secretary of State Karen Bradley unveiled the Government's £12bn spending plan for Northern Ireland in a written statement to Parliament yesterday. Mrs Bradley said that it would "not be appropriate for the UK Government to seek to take fundamental decisions about service delivery and transformation at this time".
  • Rory McIlroy fails to keep pace with Tiger Woods at Valspar Championship

    Rory McIlroy fails to keep pace with Tiger Woods at Valspar Championship

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    He has only one stroke-play tournament scheduled after this - next week's Arnold Palmer Invitational - before Augusta and will not want to head to Orlando on the back of his second missed cut in four events. It was an up-and-down day to be sure, with Woods mixing five birdies with four bogeys, but considering how tough Innisbrook was playing, it's fair to say this was the former World No 1's toughest test to date since his return, and that he passed it with flying colours.
  • Mike Evans agrees to five-year, $82.5M deal with Bucs

    Mike Evans agrees to five-year, $82.5M deal with Bucs

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    Under the new contract, Evans will average $16.5 million per season. Evans had been set to make $13.2 million this season on his fifth-year option, per Pro Football Talk . Evans, 24, was the second receiver taken in the 2014 National Football League draft, sandwiched between Sammy Watkins and Odell Beckham. The Jameis Winston-led aerial attack ranked fourth in yards per game (272.9) in 2017.
  • 49ers agree to 3-year extension with receiver Marquise Goodwin

    49ers agree to 3-year extension with receiver Marquise Goodwin

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    Now he's looking at $10 million guaranteed, which is very impressive for a guy who's only just now starting to show what he can do at the National Football League level. "It gives me an opportunity to get out there and to make plays, and that's what you always want in a scheme and in a system". Everybody gets to shine.
  • Pack your bags: Miami reportedly trades Jarvis Landry to Cleveland

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    Landry's contract makes him the highest-paid receiver in the National Football League when it comes to base salary in 2018 and puts the Dolphins $19 million over the projected salary cap of $177 million, according to the Sun-Sentinel. Landry posted just 8.8 yards per catch past year, by far the lowest of any receiver who has ever topped 100 receptions. However, the Browns are coming off a perfectly imperfect season, finishing the year without a win at 0-16.
  • Missouri's Michael Porter Jr. Will Reportedly Return For Tomorrow's SEC Tournament Game

    Missouri's Michael Porter Jr. Will Reportedly Return For Tomorrow's SEC Tournament Game

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    Texas A&M led by as many as seven points early in the first half, but Alabama surged ahead in to take a 35-28 halftime lead - only to need Sexton's last-second shot to hold on for the win. While Porter shot a low percentage, Mizzou outscored Georgia while he was on the floor and got outscored when he was off it. The tournament begins on Wednesday, but the Tigers don't play until Thursday where they'll take on the victor of the Georgia-Vanderbilt game.
  • Lightning-quick trio will hound France, says Jones

    Lightning-quick trio will hound France, says Jones

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    Jones had no hesitation in appointing Farrell as interim captain despite his role in the pre-match fracas in the tunnel ahead of the Scotland match. We'll have a job on our hands to stop him. Any stirring words planned for the changing-rooms before running out to face the French on their own patch? "He is an aggressive, in-your-face type player".
  • Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to Panthers for CB Daryl Worley

    Eagles trade WR Torrey Smith to Panthers for CB Daryl Worley

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    It's the second notable move made by the Eagles in the last three days after acquiring defensive end Michael Bennett from the Seattle Seahawks . So the Eagles, who entered the week more than $10 million over the salary cap, create more than $4.3 million worth of wiggle room by dealing Smith to Carolina.
  • Hearn: If We Can't Do Joshua-Wilder, Then Joshua Debuts in US

    Hearn: If We Can't Do Joshua-Wilder, Then Joshua Debuts in US

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    In a TV interview that will be aired in the United Kingdom this weekend, WBO title holder Parker shows plenty of poise in what is a close quarters face-off with WBA and IBF champion Joshua. Joshua is facing no slouch in Parker: The 26-year-old is unbeaten in 24 fights, though he last knocked out an opponent in 2016, dispatching the noteably chinny veteran Alexander Dimitrenko.
  • Anthony Borges first to file lawsuit over Parkland school shooting

    Anthony Borges first to file lawsuit over Parkland school shooting

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    The gunman reportedly dropped his firearm minutes later and left the building, but Peterson and other officers had still not entered. Israel says, "Medical people wouldn't go inside until you're sure that they're not going to get killed inside", but he also denied that the Sheriff's Office denied people from going inside.
  • Haverford Financial Services Inc. Acquires 80191 Shares of Microsoft Co. (MSFT)

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    Brouwer & Janachowski Llc who had been investing in Facebook Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $538.70 billion market cap company. Therefore 100% are positive. As per Wednesday, July 20, the company rating was maintained by BMO Capital Markets. The firm earned "Hold" rating on Thursday, May 12 by Deutsche Bank.
  • Chelsea boss Antonio Conte allays N'Golo Kante health fears

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte allays N'Golo Kante health fears

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    The France worldwide collapsed after a training session last Friday and was ruled out for the meeting with Manchester City 48 hours later. However, Conte has revealed that the Chelsea star has been training with the rest of his teammates all week after tests carried out by club doctors came back clear.
  • Muhammad Wilkerson scheduled to visit Chiefs

    Muhammad Wilkerson scheduled to visit Chiefs

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    NY sports radio hosts likely figured their days of talking about Muhammad Wilkerson were over after the Jets released the defensive end Monday. The veteran tallied 46 combined tackles, 3.5 sacks and an interception last season for NY and has 44 sacks in his career.
  • Rangers handed injury boost ahead of Celtic clash

    Rangers handed injury boost ahead of Celtic clash

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    Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has insisted that the pressure is on Rangers ahead of this weekend's Old Firm derby clash at Ibrox Stadium. "Whoever we got, we'd have cheered anyway". "But in the dressing room we all thought we could be as close". Speaking to the media ahead of Sunday's game he said: "I am desperate to experience the atmosphere, I have been to their ground and I enjoyed the atmosphere but this is ours and this will be special".
  • MANCHESTER UNITED offer UMTITI

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    Yet, at the same time the report says that his brother and agent Yannick Umtiti is also in regular contact with United officials to sound out a potential summer move to Old Trafford. The Premier League club are said to have offered a wage package worth €9 million (£8 million) per year, which is more than double his current €4 million (£3.5 million) per-year earnings.