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  • Pittsburgh hires Mark Whipple as offensive coordinator

    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh is turning to former Massachusetts head coach Mark Whipple to rejuvenate its offense. The Panthers hired Whipple as offensive coordinator on Monday. Whipple replaces Shawn Watson, who was fired earlier this month after the Panthers finished near the bottom of the Atlantic Coast Conference in nearly

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  • Pittsburgh hires Mark Whipple as offensive coordinator

    Pittsburgh is turning to former Massachusetts head coach Mark Whipple to rejuvenate its offense. The Panthers hired Whipple as offensive coordinator on Monday. Whipple replaces Shawn Watson, who was fired

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  • Jets hand Ducks 11th straight loss

    Bryan Little scored at 4:49 of overtime to give the Winnipeg Jets a 4-3 victory over Anaheim on Sunday night, extending the Ducks' losing streak to a franchise-record 11 games. Blake Wheeler, Patrik Laine and Ben Chiarot also scored and Connor Hellebuyck made 28 saves to help the Jets improve to

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  • Bill Belichick has Jets jokes over Adam Gase era

    Bill Belichick hasn’t forgotten a short chapter of his past. During a radio appearance Monday on WEEI, Belichick joked about his brief tenure as coach of the New York Jets, which came to an abrupt end in January 2000, the day after his introductory press conference. “Adam Gase has already outlasted me,” Belichick said before

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  • Giants backup QB pleads to charges from traffic offense

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) - New York Giants backup quarterback Kyle Lauletta has pleaded guilty to a disorderly person offense and two traffic offenses after failing to obey an officer's orders while driving near a construction site in October. Lauletta pleaded guilty Tuesday. The plea deal calls for dropping charges

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  • Giants backup QB pleads to charges from traffic offense

    New York Giants backup quarterback Kyle Lauletta has pleaded guilty to a disorderly person offense and two traffic offenses after failing to obey an officer's orders while driving near a construction site in October.

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  • Devils blitzed in second period in ugly loss to Sabres

    BUFFALO — Jeff Skinner got his 29th goal of the season and the Buffalo Sabres scored five times in the second period on their way to a 5-1 win over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. C.J. Smith, Casey Mittelstadt, Jake McCabe and Lawrence Pilut also scored for Buffalo, which improved to 23-14-6. Carter

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