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What that means is that they have their 2017 starting quarterback, but have some flexibility in determining the starter beyond this season. Mitchell Trubisky (or any QB) probably isn't truly worth this pick. "We felt like we needed to add a lot of young talent to the roster so that really drove a lot of the decisions past year", Brown said. Sometimes the defense makes a good play.
  • Griezmann brilliance forced Leicester rethink, says Shakespeare

    Griezmann brilliance forced Leicester rethink, says Shakespeare

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    It's a good win for us but the second leg will be hard. We know what we are about at the King Power and know what we need to do. But the 30-year-old was still upset after referee Jonas Eriksson awarded a first-half penalty despite Marc Albrighton fouling Griezmann outside the box.
  • Saints, 32-year-old Adrian Peterson agree on 2-year contract

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    The 2018 compensation is $3.5 million, none of which is guaranteed. If Peterson is with the Saints, he will make $2.4 million in a roster bonus that includes $750,000 guaranteed on the third day of free agency plus $1.65 million per game, $1.05 million in salary and a $50,000 workout bonus.
  • Macron leads in polls as France prepares to vote in runoff elections

    Macron leads in polls as France prepares to vote in runoff elections

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    Le Pen will face off against Emmanuel Macron, a former banker and centrist independent, on May 7. The other candidates, including those from the traditional mainstream left and right parties, were eliminated. A televised debate between the two of them on May 3 will be vital in shaping opinions heading into the final election weekend that will define France's future and the EU's.
  • Leicester City duo Morgan, Islam Slimani to miss Arsenal trip

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    Shakespeare has injury problems to contend with, as Wes Morgan (hamstring) and Islam Slimani (groin) are still sidelined. Boss Craig Shakespeare had hoped it was cramp but he will now be without the centre-back for Wednesday's clash at the Emirates Stadium.
  • Bulls point guard Rondo racing for game five fitness

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    That awful, boring, cliched outlook certainly has served the Celtics well. Canaan provided a boost in Game 4, helping Chicago grab a brief lead in the third quarter. "Like I said, he's not about that life, so ... calm it down". "Wherever you play, you have to play well", Stevens said. But we love him. "So it's good for our team".
  • Klitschko looks beyond Joshua fight, has no plans to retire

    Klitschko looks beyond Joshua fight, has no plans to retire

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    Neither man is renowned for the insults or press-conference confrontations that can preface other fights, and Klitschko's attempts to get inside Joshua's head have instead centred on his muscular physique as well as his opponent's declaration he wants to be a billionaire.
  • Arsene Wenger to drop star midfielder

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    ARSENE WENGER IS "sure" that Arsenal will not sell Alexis Sanchez to a Premier League rival, as they did with Robin van Persie's switch to Manchester United in 2012. In your job you are always painting the most awful situation but I am confident he will sign a new contract this summer. When he was asked about when Oxlade-Chamberlain's future might be resolved, Wenger said: "It will be decided in the summer".
  • Sharapova to return from doping ban, but not everyone's happy

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    It hasn't been pretty, it has irked quite a few of her fellow players, but Maria Sharapova will make her comeback from a doping ban when the Russian takes court against Roberta Vinci at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart on Wednesday. Makarova showed signs of nerves as she went 0-40 down while serving for the match, but they were replaced by evidence of a steely resolve as she clawed her way back to deuce and another Radwanska miss put her through.