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Sullivan Mum on Goalie Decision, Letang Off Top Power Play? – Pittsburgh Hockey Now

Loose lips sink ships. Or so the Pittsburgh Penguins believe. As coaches across the league pledged to reveal their practice and gameday line rushes and discussed other decisions related to their preparation for the 24-team NHL Stanley Cup tournament, Penguins…

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Dak Prescott, Cowboys insist all is well without new deal – ESPN

Dak Prescott says nothing is going to change because he couldn’t get a long-term deal done with the Cowboys this offseason. “I’ve got dreams of being a Dallas Cowboy until I’m done throwing the football,” he said.

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The Dallas Cowboys believe Dak Prescott is their quarterback of the future, and the quarterback wants to be with the organization for the rest of his playing days.
Little has changed in a year.
Despite the desire, the Cowboys and Prescott were unable to reach an agreement on a long-term deal by the July 15 franchise-tag deadline and they cannot resume talks until after this season. In the meantime, Prescott will make $31.4 million in 2020 — more than seven times what he earned on the field fr…

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George Kittle to Sign Six-Year Extension with 49ers on Friday – Sports Illustrated

A well-placed source who has been correct in the past just texted me this.

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A well-placed source who has been correct in the past just texted me this: The 49ers will announce George Kittles contract extension this Friday.
According to the source, it will be a six-year extension worth $94.8 million — or $15.8 million per season. Of that money, the 49ers guaranteed 50 percent of it, or $47.4 million. Kittle also will receive a $25 million signing bonus, and the 49ers will structure his deal in such a way that he will cost them only $10 m…

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Inside look at how Deion Sanders ended up at Barstool Sports – New York Post

Deion Sanders’ deal with Barstool came together quickly over the past three weeks as Sanders decided to turn down an NFL Network extension offer that would have cut his seven-figure salary in half.…

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Deion Sanders deal with Barstool came together quickly over the past three weeks as Sanders decided to turn down an NFL Network extension offer that would have cut his seven-figure salary in half.
The Barstool Sports agreement comes with the promise that it will be fully supportive of Sanders ongoing pursuit of a college football coaching job.
It is a fascinating marriage on many levels as the dynamic Hall of Famer is joining a nemesis of the NFL and a platform that is always in controversy, i…

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