• Washington Nationals reportedly place Clint Robinson waivers...
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    Washington Nationals reportedly place Clint Robinson waivers...

    According to a report from MASNs Mark Zuckerman this afternoon, the Nationals have placed Clint Robinson on waivers. According to a report on Twitter by MASNSports.coms Mark Zuckerman this afternoon, the Washington Nationals have placed veteran first baseman/outfielder Clint Robinson on waivers, seemingly ending the battle for the job of backing up Ryan Zimmerman at first base in the nations capital this season. Robinson, 32, broke through in the majors with the Nationals in 2015, filling in for the injured Zimmerman and coming off the bench for Washington, hitting 15 doubles and 10 home runs in 126 games and 352 plate appearances over which he put up an impressive .272/.358/.424 line, finishing his first extended major league run at 0.4 fWAR.

  • All the Times NFL Star J.J. Watt and His Girlfriend Have Been Totally Adorable
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    All the Times NFL Star J.J. Watt and His Girlfriend Have Been Totally Adorable

    NFL star J.J. Watt had been quietly dating professional soccer player Kealia Ohai for about a year before going public with their love in January. The pair, who met through Watt’s Houston Texans teammate Brian Cushing (Cushing is married to Ohai’s older sister Megan), are “very happily dating” while balancing busy training and traveling schedules, a source tells PEOPLE. “We’re both very proud of each other and what we both do,” Watt, 28, told PEOPLE at a pre-Super Bowl event in February.

  • Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots' season opener
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    Roger Goodell will return to Gillette Stadium for Patriots' season opener

    NFL commish Roger Goodell will get to hear the Patriots fans even more than he did at the last Super Bowl. For the first time since the infamous deflate-gate game in early 2015,  NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will take in a New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium. Goodell told reporters at the