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Breaking down Seattle Seahawks punter Michael Dickson’s play of a lifetime

In this week's Football Morning in America column, Peter King takes a deep dive into Michael Dickson's wild double-punt in the Week 5 Rams-Seahawks game.

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Yankees turn a triple play you've never seen before

The Yankees turned their second triple play of the season, and you have to see just how odd it was.

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The NFC East Is Officially a Masterclass in Football Ineptitude - The Ringer

Dak Prescott’s pursuit of the passing record at least made the Cowboys interesting. Prescott’s injury means Dallas is finished—as is any reason to watch any of these teams again.

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B/R Staff Roundtable: Predicting Lakers vs. Heat Winner and NBA Finals MVP | Bleacher Report

Six months after the COVID-19 pandemic put the NBA 's regular season and postseason in jeopardy, we've finally made it to the 2020 NBA Finals ...

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Will Empty Bleachers Change the Psychology of Sports? | WIRED

When German and US soccer kick off this summer, there will be no crowds. That might squelch the home-field advantage—and the emotion that drives players.

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How can Patriots get Tom Brady, offense on track?

Sunday's win marks the first time in the QB's 20-year career that he played the entire contest and didn't lead the team in touchdown passes in a game.

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MLB Awards: A look at the top candidates to beat out Angels star Mike Trout for AL MVP

Trout is the best player in baseball, but is he the most valuable player in baseball?

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The 2018 Free-Agent Class No Longer Looks Poised to Change Baseball - The Ringer

If Bryce Harper, Clayton Kershaw, Josh Donaldson and others don’t rebound, and teams fail to spend big for another year, it could spell trouble for free agency as we know it

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Red Sox-Yankees: Why MLB players say Boston is 'the roughest'

It’s easy to group the Red Sox and Yankees, but no place in baseball is tougher on its own than Boston, according to players who experienced both.