• Report: Cousins won't sign with Redskins before getting tagged
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    Report: Cousins won't sign with Redskins before getting tagged

    The good news for the 2016 Redskins was that they didn’t collapse after winning the division the previous season as has been their pattern in the past. The bad news was that they didn’t take the next step and improve from a franchise that can compete to make the playoffs into one that is playing multiple postseason games year in and year out. That work begins right now for Jay Gruden, Scot McCloughan and the players. In the coming weeks, Redskins reporters Rich Tandler and JP Finlay will examine the biggest questions facing the Redskins as another offseason gets rolling. Will the Redskins go with a defensive player in the first round of the 2017 Draft? Finlay: The Redskins haven't drafted a defensive

  • Always looking for value, Dan Duquette adds two veterans to Orioles roster
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    Always looking for value, Dan Duquette adds two veterans to Orioles roster

    Baltimore Orioles general manager Dan Duquette has a reputation -- for being hard to work with, sure, but also for finding value late in unexpected forms. Hence the Nelson Cruz signing from a few years ago; hence trading for Mark Trumbo last winter; hence unearthing Brad Brach; and so on. It makes sense, then, that Duquette has opted to take a few more hacks at excavating his latest gem before spring training gets underway. On Sunday, Duquette traded a minor-league reliever to the Los Angeles Dodgers for left-handed pitcher Vidal Nuno. Duquette followed up that trade Monday by signing veteran outfielder Michael Bourn to a minor-league contract. Neither move is going to change the outlook of the

  • Kings play-by-play man Grant Napear cheers the removal of 'dark cloud' DeMarcus Cousins
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    Kings play-by-play man Grant Napear cheers the removal of 'dark cloud' DeMarcus Cousins

    If anyone has a damaged hand on the pulse on what makes the Sacramento Kings click, or cluck, it’s longtime play by play broadcaster and sports talk radio host Grant Napear. The Kings went through two ownership groups, three sets of general managers and six coaches and an ungodly amount of teammates