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ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the 49ers' offer is a one-year, $2.2 million deal. The Seahawks have the right of first refusal, but they won't receive any compensation if they let Gilliam walk. It seems like the Seahawks don't care about the offensive line. It's only a one-year deal, but $1.4 million in guaranteed money suggests a guy who probably will have a roster spot this fall.
  • IPL 2017: After Sourav Ganguly's criticism, Shane Warne backs MS Dhoni

    IPL 2017: After Sourav Ganguly's criticism, Shane Warne backs MS Dhoni

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    The England all-rounder had earlier praised Dhoni when receiving the Man of the Match award in the post-match presentation ceremony. Having set high standards in his illustrious career, people are expecting him to maintain them. "He's class and a wonderful player in all formats". Dhoni's future in India's limited-overs teams has been the subject of speculation for more than a year but the issue has been heightened by a relatively lean run from the right-hander with Rising Pune Supergiants.
  • Will the Miami Heat clinch a playoff berth?

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    Should either the Bulls or Pacers lose, Miami can lock up a playoff spot with a win over the Washington Wizards. After losing 30 of its first 41 games, the Heat turned into a juggernaut going 30-11 in the second half of the season. Waiters was often spectacular in clutch situations until a sprained ankle stopped him short with a month to play in the season's crucial home stretch.
  • Premier League match report: Arsenal 3-0 West Ham

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    Arsenal came from behind twice thanks to goals from Theo Walcott and Shkodran Mustafi in front of the Gunners fans in north London . And make no mistake, I am not expecting the attractive game on Saturday. Even when you are struggling for results , or things aren't going as good as they could be, it's important to take as small step back and think about what is important.
  • Sensational Isco spares Real Madrid's blushes against Sporting

    Sensational Isco spares Real Madrid's blushes against Sporting

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    Isco's prolonged form has finally seen him cement himself into the Madrid set-up on a permanent basis, following an uncertain start to his life in the Spanish capital. The game's opener came from Croatian frontman Duje Cop, before Isco equalised three minutes later with an excellent solo effort. Sporting's joy was short-lived as Isco was allowed a touch too much room inside the area, shuffled away from Carlos Carmona, skipped past Vesga and Fernando Amorebieta, and lashed a shot into ...
  • Button to take part in Monaco Grand Prix

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    The McLaren F1 team has announced that Jenson Button will be participating in the Monaco GP as a stand-in driver for Fernando Alonso. Though blocking Alonso's entry in the IndyCar race arguably would have been the biggest one yet. "It was incredible, the deficit we had on the straight", he said. Button was suggested as the replacement driver for Alonso by the team's race director, Eric Boullier.
  • AB de Villiers to Miss RCB Clash Against Gujarat Lions

    AB de Villiers to Miss RCB Clash Against Gujarat Lions

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    Finch had missed out GL's last match against Mumbai Indians after his kit bag did not arrive on time. His absence though opens up an overseas play quota for the Royal Challengers and it will be interesting to see whom Kohli opts for, Chris Gayle or Travis Head.
  • Arsenal keeps Champions League hopes alive with Middlesbrough win

    Arsenal keeps Champions League hopes alive with Middlesbrough win

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    Arsenal ended a run of four straight away defeats in the Premier League by winning 2-1 at Middlesbrough on Monday night. Middlesbrough made five changes while Arsenal made six. Arsenal secured their first away victory since January against Middlesbrough in a nervy game for both sides . "We all realise the task ahead now, we are six points off safety but we have a game in hand and a terrific goal difference".
  • Man U beat Chelsea, blow title race open

    Man U beat Chelsea, blow title race open

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    Chelsea had the chance to re-open a seven-point lead over Tottenham at the top of the Premier League by beating United at Old Trafford, but goals from Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera in either half meant the gap stayed at four with six games to play.
  • Memphis coach Fizdale blasts 'unprofessional' officiating

    Memphis coach Fizdale blasts 'unprofessional' officiating

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    Memphis Grizzlies head coach David Fizdale was furious with the officiating following his team's 96-82 Monday loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 of the teams' playoff series. "That's the way they like to play, and we always know that it's going to come". His team did get beat up in the paint and there were more than a few instances where a headband or two were knocked off without a call.
  • Predators hope for second win against Blackhawks

    Predators hope for second win against Blackhawks

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    WASHINGTON 3, TORONTO 2: Toronto native Tom Wilson scored his first National Hockey League playoff goal 5:15 into overtime and the Washington Capitals survived a scare to beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Thursday night in Game 1 of their first-round series.