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  • Western Melbourne to make offer to Celtic for captain Scott Brown

    EXCLUSIVE: Brand new Australian A-League outfit Western Melbourne have made their move to lure Celtic captain Scott Brown to Australia.

    Mail Online
  • Petty BS kept Antonio Brown off at least one voter’s All-Pro ballot. Here’s why that’s wrong

    Accolades are a big deal to athletes, and sportswriters who withhold postseason awards for personal vendettas are terrible people. Antonio Brown didn’t play in the last game of the season for the Steelers because he reportedly had a dispute with Ben Roethlisberger and skipped practice leading up to the final game. He was benched. In reaction to the report, Peter King of NBC Sports publicly stated that he had taken Brown off of his list of All-Pro receivers. He couldn’t, in good conscience, vote...

    SBNation.com
  • Trump Cancels His Trip to Davos on the Same Day He Cancels Pelosi’s Trip

    On the same day that President Donald Trump cancelled House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) seven-day trip to Brussels, Egypt and Afghanistan, he cancelled his upcoming trip to Davos, Switzerland to work on getting border security and ending the government shutdown.

    CNS News
  • Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

    Manchester City go top after Chelsea blow the title race wide open with victory over threadbare Arsenal Make no mistake, the title race is wide open now. Chelsea were scintillating at Arsenal and Emma Hayes should be lauded for getting her tactics spot-on. They pressed a makeshift Arsenal backline with real ferocity, defending tirelessly from the front and forcing the home side into a first half full of errors. The energy of Beth England, Karen Carney and Erin Cuthbert, who scored their two...

    the Guardian
  • Antonio Brown’s cryptic response to owner’s trade hint

    Antonio Brown has some words — and a picture — for Art Rooney II. After the Steelers’ owner told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette it would be “hard to envision” the Pro Bowl receiver being on the team when training camp starts, Brown responded with a brief message on Twitter Thursday night. The 30-year-old posted a picture of

    New York Post
  • Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s action

    Arsenal are back on top of the table but victory over West Ham papered over defensive issues while Chelsea are back in form Arsenal shot back to the top of the league with a 4-2 win over West Ham, but this was a far from perfect performance. The teams went into half-time at 2-2, and the leaders were then given what their usually mild-mannered manager, Joe Montemurro, described as their biggest telling-off of the season. He spent much of the last two weeks training against long balls and set...

    the Guardian
  • NBA’s Silver backs Kanter’s decision to skip London trip

    LONDON (AP) - NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says the safety and security of players will always be paramount for the league after New York Knicks center Enes Kanter did not travel to London for his team's game against the Washington Wizards. Kanter said he feared he could be attacked or

    The Washington Times