AP source: LB Zach Brown to visit Raiders (Yahoo Sports)

Buffalo Bills inside linebacker Zach Brown (53) tackles Miami Dolphins' Jarvis Landry (14) during the first half of an NFL football game Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

Free agent linebacker Zach Brown is visiting the Oakland Raiders as the team looks for an upgrade at the position, a person familiar with the visit told The Associated Press. Brown will meet with the Raiders on Wednesday, said the person, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the team is not publicly discussing free agent visits. NFL Network first reported the visit.


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What Will Trumpcare Mean For My Disabled Brother?

My older brother Sean has cerebral palsy. He also listens to bebop and enjoys teaching our nephew Oliver about the virtues of counting from one to ten in the voice of The Count and was angered when the Bruins fired Claude Julien. He makes a pot of coffee each morning when he wakes up, reads his news feed, and gets to…

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Satan Scourges Us With It: A Brief History Of Carpeted Mormon Basketball

American Mormons have a longstanding and well-documented relationship with basketball. Aside from a few outliers like Steve Young and Bryce Harper, our most famous athletes are all basketball players—Jabari Parker, Jimmer Fredette, Shawn Bradley, Danny Ainge, and those two missionaries who went viral for balling out…

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Catch March Madness Live With an Affordable HDTV Antenna

Sure, you could borrow someone’s cable login and stream the NCAA tournament, but then you’ll be like 90 seconds behind Twitter and excited texts from your friends, which is the worst. But with this $15 amplified antenna, you’ll be able to pull in CBS (plus the other broadcast networks) live, for free, and with better…

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Christian Pulisic's Swag Is Crazy High Right Now And It's Beautiful To See

Highly coveted wonderteen and future Ballon d’Or winner Christian Pulisic scored the first goal in Borussia Dortmund’s 3-0 win over Lotte in the German Cup yesterday. The goal itself was fine, the product of Pulisic’s smart movement but mostly Ousmane Dembélé’s unreal skills. But check out Pulisic’s reaction after he…

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io9 You Might Be Waiting a While to Hear More News About The Batman | Kotaku Twitter Users Troll The

io9 You Might Be Waiting a While to Hear More News About The Batman | Kotaku Twitter Users Troll The Ghost In The Shell Hollywood Movie | Two Cents What the “Alternative Minimum Tax” Is and Why It Matters for the Rest of Us | Jalopnik This Insane Price Quote Is Why You Always Look For Hidden Dealer Fees |

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The Quarter Of Death Is Shaping Up At Indian Wells

INDIAN WELLS, Calif.—Juan Martin del Potro is a teddy bear with a heavy brow and a shotgun forehand, and when he gets mad in public, apparently, he hugs whoever happens to be around. Because he is a professional tennis player that person is usually a line judge. That’s what he did in a fit of rage three years ago, and…

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Get a Fan That Can Do Both With This Discounted Dyson Fan Heater

Whenever I see any of Dyson’s fans or heaters, I just feel like they’ll end up opening a portal to something in my home. Amazon is marking down a certified refurb of Dyson’s gateway to the unknown (that will also heat and cool your room) to $150, the best price we’ve seen on one of these. As with any Gold Box,…

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Seahawks reach agreement with RB Eddie Lacy on 1-year deal (Yahoo Sports)

FILE - In this Aug. 18, 2016, file photo, Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy (27) rushes against the Oakland Raiders during the first half of an NFL preseason football game in Green Bay, Wis. Lacy's agent says the former Green Bay running back is joining the Seattle Seahawks. Lacy's management group, Sports Trust Advisors, said Tuesday, March 14, 2017, on Twitter that the four-year veteran has agreed to terms with the Seahawks. (AP Photo/Mike Roemer, File)

The Seattle Seahawks are hoping Eddie Lacy can be motivated by a one-year contract to rediscover the form that made him the 2013 Offensive Rookie of the Year. The Seahawks and Lacy agreed to terms on a one-year deal Tuesday, providing Seattle a big body for a run game that was once the best in football but lagged last season following the retirement of Marshawn Lynch. ”I like that we’re bringing in a big, tough guy that’s going to send a message the way he plays the game,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said in an interview with KIRO-AM, the Seahawks flagship station, on Tuesday.


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Javier Baez Started Celebrating This Tag Before He Even Caught The Ball

Puerto Rico beat the Dominican Republic 3-1 this evening in both teams’ first second-round game. Yadier Molina drove in two runs and five Puerto Rican pitchers kept the WBC’s best offense very quiet. Puerto Rico’s defense came up big all game, starting with Eddie Rosario’s rocket of a throw in the first inning.

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Indiana's Season Ends Quietly After Dumb NIT Stadium Controversy

The Indiana Hoosiers began the year ranked No. 11 in the country, and at one point, got as high as ninth. They beat both Kansas and UNC in the first month of the season, two huge signature wins for when the Hoosiers inevitably submitted their resume to the NCAA Tournament. All was well in Bloomington as they entered…

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