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  • Back-to-back seventh-round running backs give Miami Dolphins options

    First came the running back with size and no stats, immediately followed by the back with no size and perhaps too many stats, if such a thing is possible.When the Dolphins were on the clock in the seventh round of the NFL Draft, there wasn’t much, it seemed, to surprise.Then they took Chandler Cox, an Auburn running back with the No. 233 pick.Then they took Myles Gaskin, a Washington running back with the [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • The 76ers owe it to themselves to run it back

    Philly gave up so much to put this team together. Why pull the plug before they reach their potential? When Kawhi Leonard’s game-winning, buzzer-beating, fading corner shot bounced off the rim four times and fell through the net, scratching every hope the Sixers had of overtime and potentially advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals, the faces told the entire story. One one side, Leonard’s shriek of success was the most emotion we’ve ever seen the robotic All-Star show on the court. His...
  • Papemelroti co-founder dies at 92

    One of the co-founders of Papemelroti, Bienvenido “Benny” Alejandro passed away on Wednesday.
  • How Exactly Are The 49ers Going To Use Their Running Backs?

    The San Francisco 49ers might have the NFL’s most-talented and deepest backfield. Here, we look at how Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon, Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert might be used in 2019.

  • The Patriots’ newest trick is to kill you with their running backs

    Sony Michel, Damien Harris, and James White give Tom Brady one hell of a panic switch. The NFL is leaning harder and harder into high-impact passing offenses. The Arizona Cardinals are so dedicated to throwing the ball they hired Kliff Kingsbury and selected two quarterbacks in the last two drafts. The Baltimore Ravens are currently searching for an assistant who can figure out if running backs even matter anymore. The New England Patriots, however, took one look at a depth chart devoid of...
  • Dolphins sign running back Mark Walton

    The Miami Dolphins liked what they saw from running back Mark Walton during rookie camp. The team announced Sunday that three players have been signed, including Walton. Walton joins center Kirk Barron and Cornerback Jamar Summers on the roster. Walton played at the University of Miami in college. He played for Cincinnati in 2018.  Walton played 14 games with 14 carries for 34 yards and 5 catches for 41 yards. Walton had his share of problems off-the-field.  He was arrested 3 times in the...

  • Blaze Spikers charge back, force do-or-die

    Stung by F2 Logistics Tuesday, Petron showed its true might last night, overcoming an early slip with a scrambling and imposing victories in the next two sets then sustained its charge in the fourth to fashion out a 23-25, 25-23, 25-14, 25-19 victory and force a winner-take-all for the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix crown at the packed Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. by Dante Navarro