Gabbert was near perfect Thursday night while making his preseason debut for the Cardinals against the Cowboys in the Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Stadium in Canton, Ohio. He led the Cardinals on two touchdown drives in the first quarter, going 6 for 6 for 107 yards. He also snuck in a two-point…

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Luck hasn’t had a healthy season since 2014. He played through the shoulder pain last season, missing only the team’s Thanksgiving night loss to the Steelers. The year prior, he missed over half the season with injuries, which included a lacerated kidney. Given that reality, and that Luck was recovering from the January procedure on…

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There’s no Connor McDavid or Auston Matthews awaiting the winner of the 2017 NHL Draft lottery, but there is game-changing talent on which teams would love to get first dibs. In a post-signing conference call, Kulikov called his brutal single season in Buffalo a “setback,” though the Sabres gladly told the defenseman not to let…

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He didn’t express any disapproval of himself. Instead, amid a line of questioning he was likely growing more and more bothered with as it persisted, he puffed himself up at the expense of his wife and children. He’s not sorry he said something so offensive. He’s only sorry the fan who called him out on…

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John Kundla, the first coach in Lakers history, died Sunday at the age of 101. His son, Tom, confirmed his father’s death, saying the elder Kundla died at an assisted living facility in Northeast Minneapolis. The Boston Beaneaters — the team that would eventually become the Braves — had an epic 42-game sprint from May…

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