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LAS VEGAS -- Sports fans bet a record $119. Anthony Sherman Chiefs Jersey .4 million at Nevada casinos on the Super Bowl. The Gaming Control Board says unaudited tallies show sports books made $19.7 million on the action. The Denver Broncos started out as a 2.5-point favourite but the Seattle Seahawks won 43-8. Odds makers say Peyton Manning fans drove the unprecedented handle, flooding Las Vegas and northern Nevada with wagers on the favoured team and its veteran quarterback. Many believed Manning wanted the win more than any other player, and might retire after the game. The previous Nevada record was set last year, when gamblers wagered $98.9 million. Some casinos say they lost out on proposition bets, including whether a safety would be the first score of the game. Derrick Johnson Chiefs Jersey . The NBA posted a picture on its Twitter account Saturday of Silver holding a basketball and shaking hands with outgoing commissioner David Stern. Larry Johnson Jersey . Pagenaud won the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday, the first IndyCar Series race on IMS road course, by stretching his fuel the final 29 laps. The Frenchman was one of several drivers to gamble on gas, and he took the lead when Oriol Servia had to stop with four laps remaining.The Montreal Canadiens finally know when the bell will ring for their second round series with the Boston Bruins. The NHL has announced that the best-of-seven series will begin on Thursday night in Boston. Game time will be 7:30pm et. The league said it will release the rest of the second round schedule on Wednesday. The Canadiens have been idle since sweeping the Tampa Bay Lightning on April 22. The team will shaking off rust from an eight-day layoff between series. Boston last played on Saturrday when they finished off the Detroit Red Wings in five games, and will play after a four-day break. Aaron Murray Jersey. Alex Galchenyuk skated alone on Wednesday morning, his first time on the ice since injuring his right knee in Chicago on April 9. Canadiens Practice Lines Pacioretty - Desharnais - VanekPrust - Plekanec - GallagherBourque - Eller - GiontaMoen - Brière - WeiseBournival - White - Parros Markov - EmelinGorges - SubbanBouillon - WeaverMurray - Tinordi PriceBudaj cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Nationals are just where they want to be at the All-Star break: atop the NL East. Cheap Jerseys . Jayson Werth homered and drove in four runs, and Tanner Roark pitched seven strong innings to lead Washington to a 10-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday. Ryan Zimmerman also went deep and had two RBIs, Ian Desmond knocked in two runs, and Anthony Rendon had three hits and an RBI for Washington. "If you told us earlier wed be in this spot at this time, everybody would feel good," Werth said. "Were healthy now and we kept our heads above water. I like where we are." The Nationals (51-42) won the last two games of the series and entered the break in a virtual tie with Atlanta (52-43) for the NL East lead. "Were right in the thick of the division," Nationals manager Matt Williams said. "This is a great way to finish up the first half. Its momentum for us." The Phillies finished a forgettable first half in familiar fashion, producing little offence against Roark and Ross Detwiler. Philadelphia scored two unearned runs off Aaron Barrett in the ninth to end with three runs or fewer for the 49th time this season. "We didnt get anything going on the offensive side of things," manager Ryne Sandberg said. The Phillies dropped to 8-41 overall and 2-29 in their last 31 games when failing to score four runs. Cody Asche had two doubles and an RBI for Philadelphia, which fell 10 games behind Washington. It was the second straight defeat for Philadelphia after a five-game winning streak in which the Phillies averaged 6.2 runs. They had no answers for Roark (8-6), who allowed a run and four hits. He struck out six and walked none. "I pitched with confidence," Roark said. "I didnt nibble." Kyle Kendrick (4-9) continued his pattern of struggling badly in the first inning and then pitching well. Werth followed consecutive singles by Denard Span and Rendon to lead off the game with an opposite-field shot that quickly made it 3-0. But Kendrick settled down and retired 14 straight batters until Roarks two-out single in the fifth. The Phillies couldnt recover. "It was a tough tone set for us early on in the game, and we didnt bounce back from that," Sandberg said. Kendrick ran into trouble in the sixth when the Nationals scored four runs off him and left-handed reliever Mario Hollands. Kendrick allowed Rendons single to start the frame and then hit Werth to put runners on first and second before getting Adam LaRoche to fly out. Zimmermans one-out sacrifice fly scored Rendon and chased Kendrick. Hollands then surrendered three straight hits, including Desmonds two-run double and Jose Lobatons RBI single, that broke open the game. Kendrick left after allowing five runs on five hits with five strikeouts and no walks in 5 2/3 innings. The focus was on his first-inning struggles. "Its just quality pitches," Kendrick said. "I just have to make pitches in that first inning. Thats what it comes down to." The Phillies got a run back on Ryan Howards groundout in the sixth. Werth remained hot in July, upping his average this month to .375 (15-for-40) with six homers and 19 RBIs. LaRoche went 0-for-5 with a strikeout to drop his average in July to .122 (5-for-41). He was the only Washington starter not to get a hit on Sunday. NOTES: Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard was selected to the All-Star game by NL manager Mike Matheny, replacing Braves starter Julio Teheran. Clippard will be the only Washington representative after starter Jordan Zimmermann had to bow out on Saturday because of a right biceps strain. Clippard, who earned the win for the NL in his only other All-Star appearance in 2011, is 6-2 with a 2.03 ERA in 40 innings. ... Desmond, who led major league shortstops in RBIs entering Sunday, raised his total to 57. ... Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee, on the DL since May 19 with a left elbow strain, will return to the mound on July 21 against San Francisco. ... Chase Utley will represent the Phillies at the All-Star game, making his sixth appearance. The only NL second basemen to make more All-Star starts than Utley are Hall of Famers Joe Morgan (seven) and Sandberg (nine). Wholesale NFL Jerseys . There were few surprises when Italy named its preliminary 30-man squad Tuesday but there will surely be more debate when seven players are cut. "Yes (Ive decided), but I want confirmation from them" Prandelli said in an interview published in Fridays Gazzetta dello Sport. Cheap NHL Jerseys . The agreement comes a little more than one week after the video game manufacturer agreed to a $40 million settlement in a similar but separate case, bringing the total payout planned for athletes to $60 million, said Steve Berman, an attorney for the plaintiffs, and the NCAA.ALAMEDA, Calif. -- One of the byproducts of quarterback Matt McGloins rise to the top of Oaklands depth chart last week was the production of rookie tight end Mychal Rivera. One of the teams four picks in the sixth round of this years draft, Rivera had gone mostly unnoticed through the Raiders first nine games before catching a season-high five passes, including a go-ahead 26-yard touchdown, in a 28-23 win over the Houston Texans. Rivera called it his moment of arrival in the NFL, though the 6-foot-3, 245-pound former Tennessee star is quick to acknowledge hes still in the infancy of his development. "You always want to make plays, thats what you come into the game to do," Rivera said Friday. "But you also have to realize those plays come in many ways. Those plays can come in a backside block, a touchdown pass. Those plays can also be just helping out the guy next to you and doing what you need to do. Thats what a real playmaker needs to do." Until last week, the Raiders hadnt gotten many plays at all out of their tight ends. A combination of things has played into it. Oaklands offensive line has been battered all season and has needed the extra blocking support from the tight ends. Oakland has also used three different starting quarterbacks this year. At his current pace, Rivera will finish with just 37 receptions -- fewer than half the total made in 2012 by then-Raiders tight end Brandon Myers. "I think Mychal Riveras done a nice job," Oakland coach Dennis Allen said. "He understands the passing game. Obviously, hes a rookie so he still makes mistake but every week Ive seen him continue to get better, so Im pleased with where hes at." Still, the drop-off in tight end production is a huge departure from what Oakland is used to getting from that position. Since 2006, tight ends have led the Raiders in receptions four times, including Myerrs who caught 79 passes last season before signing with the New York Giants as a free agent in the off-season. Cheap NHL Jerseys China. When Myers left, it created a void Oakland tried to fill by drafting Rivera and signing veteran Jeron Mastrud. Mastrud has started seven games this season but has been used primarily as a blocker while Rivera has caught 23 of the 32 passes thrown his way this season. "I just want to build every week," said Rivera, who has two touchdowns receptions. "Last game I had five catches. Im going to try to get seven catches this game. You always want to build on what you did last week, and I know I can do better than what I did last week. And next week Im going to be saying the same thing." Rivera might be needed a little bit more this week. Oakland will be without leading wide receiver Denarius Moore, who sat out his third straight practice with a shoulder injury. That leaves the Raiders with just one receiver who has caught more than 10 passes -- Rod Streater, who has 35 receptions. Without a full complement of receivers, facing a Tennessee team that is 10th in pass defence could be more of a challenge for McGloin. Thats where the tight ends may come into play, as a safety outlet for McGloin if plays break down. "Really it all depends on the scheme, the play call, who were playing," Rivera said. "Just like with anything, if coach wants to be pass heavy (with) a lot of routes, wed be able to do that. Whatever the scheme is I go with and do the best that I can." Notes: Quarterback Terrelle Pryor (knee) remains limited and is questionable. ... Injured running back Darren McFadden, defensive end Jason Hunter and safety Tyvon Branch have all been declared out. ... 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*** WAYNE GRETZKY: In your memoir you write about participating in the puck-drop ceremony for the 2014 Winter Classic alumni game at Comerica Park. Wholesale NFL Jerseys . Could you tell me a little bit about playing outdoors as a child? What was your local rink like? Whats your fondest memory of playing outside?GORDIE HOWE: I loved playing hockey and looked forward to getting on the ice. If I wasnt home eating I was on the ice skating all winter. The rink was just boards and ice. In the Depression there was no money to do much -- I think we were lucky there was man-made ice to skate on. I dont know that any memory stands out as the fondest, but I always liked to score and loved to win. That was what I lived for.WG: Having mentored countless younger players, you are one of the most iconic father figures in the hockey world. Youre also known for a mischievous streak and the chip on your shoulder. Whats the piece of advice youve imparted that kids arent likely to have heard from their teachers or other authorities?GH: One of my rules was to do unto others before they do unto you, but that was never my first advice to youngsters. What I always started with was making sure they held their stick in the proper position. You should hold the top hand on the stick like you would hold a hammer when youre driving a nail. You have the most leverage and you wont get your wrist broken. The chip on my shoulder was earned over many years of hard knocks and each player has to earn that chip on their shoulder their own way.WG: Gordie, your book discusses the evolution of the game. Obviously, a lot has changed since you played your last shift in the 1980s, never mind your first shift in the 40s. What are the best and worst changes?GH: The best change was when they got rid of the curved steel at the bottom of the back of the net and replaced it with padding. The curves met in a point, and many players were injured over the years by sliding or crashing into the net. Mark (Gordies son) was pretty much impaled by this portion of the net. His injury was so serious the nets were changed shortly after.WG: Your wife, Colleen, is probably the most famous hockey wife (and mother) in history, and you refer to your mother as the strongest person youve ever known. They both lived amazing lives. What do you admire most about each of these incredible women?GH: Colleen and my mother were both hard-working, both very determined, giving of their time to help others and above all dedicated to their family. That meant they could be incredibly generous. It also meant that they could be pretty formidable when they were looking after their familys best interests. You didnt mess with either one of them. If everyone were as tough, as honest, and as warm as those two, the world would be a better place.WG: These days, talented kids are encouraged to specialize, playing hockey and training year round. Both you and Bobby Orr talk about the importance of playing a variety of sports and having fun doing it. Do you think this advice is lost on todays kids? Is the game suffering for it?GH: I still believe it is important that children have a chance to play other sports, because they all offer learning experiences. Soccer is a growing sport and would a good compliment to hockey. I played a lot of baseball and golf over the years. They both need good eye-hand co-ordination, not a bad thing for a hockey player. But more importantly, Id hate to have missed out on all those friendships and victories. In fact, one of my regrets is giving up baseball in the off-season. With both parents working in most families now there seems to not be enough time to get involved in several sports. I dont think the game of hockey suffers from this but the children do miss out on some great life experiences.WG: You did a lot of things that other people cant do -- one thing Ive never seen is a hockey player who could score right- and left-handed. Are you ambidextrous?GH: I have always been able to do most things left- or right-handed so I guess I am ambidextrous. I dont really think about doing things right- or left-handed, it just happens. If I was going around a player I would automatically move my stick to the side away from the defender to protect the puck better. There is no time to think about something like that in the middle of a hockey game. You just do it.WG: You got your start in the Original Six, then played through the expansion years and a merger with the WHA, where the league grew to 21 teams. Did you notice a change in the quality of the game over the course of your career? Talk of expanding the league to Seattle, Quebec City and Las Vegas has been big news in recent months. Do you think todays talent pool is deep enough to support three or four new teams?GH: The Original Six had more depth in the talent pool, no doubt about it. There was more than enough talent to go around. There were eight players with NHL talent that could take your place if given the chance. So no one wanted to be out of the lineup, even if they were hurt, because the guy who stepped into your roster spot was likely good enough to keep it. Knowing that really pushed players. No one took a shift off, thats for sure, and it made for a pretty intense game. At the same time, I think there are still plenty of players out there with a new crop developing each year. The talent pool has also expanded to Europe in a big way. There is definitely enough talent for expansion. I did notice a change in the game after expansion. The game became more offensive-minded, increasing scoring, which probably means that elite defencemen are hard to come by. But fans dont mind seeing goals.WG: We both made the jump to professional hockey at a young age, and you mention in your book that junior hockey didnt go exactly as you had expected it to. Theres been a lot of debate lately about the relative benefits of the CHL versus the NCAA, largely centred on a junior teams responsibility to prepare players for a life and career beyond the rink. If you were making the choice now, which route would you go?GH: I would go where the most talent is. Where I could play the most games. I never thought of doing anything but play hockey and this will never change for me. If I had to do it again I would I would still go the junior hockey route but that is me. It is different for everyone and each of us has to decide what is best for themselves. I would say it is important to have a good education as hockey is a career that does not last many years and you need to be prepared for this. It is also important to network with people you meet in life. There is the old saying its not what you know it is who you know.WG: One difference between the game today and the way it was played when you were an annual all-star was that you played in an era ruled by a more straightforward "code." You and other superstars mixed it up and watched your own backs. What do you think of the modern NHLs pests, who slow the game down and try to draw penalties?GH: There were not many pests in the old days because you had to back up the words that came out of your mouth. If you couldnt back up your words you wouldnt last very long. I never said a lot on the ice but when I did I meant it.WG: Wearing No. 9 in the NHL is considered an honour. (Thats the number I wanted when I went to junior. They didnt give it to me, though.) What has No. 9 meant to you?GH: Its a pretty classic number, and a lot of great players have worn it, but what it meant to me was that I got a better nights sleep. Many people may not know that my first number with the Red Wings was No. 17 until early into my first season. The No. 9 became available and it was offered to me. We travelled by train back then, and guys with higher numbers got the top bunk on the sleeper car. No. 9 meant I got a lower berth on the train, which was much nicer than crawling into the top bunk.WG: Youve notched two "Gordie Howe Hat Tricks," scored 975 goals, 1,383 assists and spent more than 2,000 minutes in the penalty box. Could you tell me about your most memorable goal, assist and fight?GH: The goal to pass Rocket Richards record was a milestone goal. At the time the pressure was on me and my teammates until I finally scored. It is funny how you can put so much pressure on yourself when it is really just another goal. The Lou Fontinato fight was the one that most will always remember including myself. Lou and I didnt like each other much back then, and that wasnt the first time our paths crossed. We did respect each other, though, and I am proud to say that Lou and I became friends years later.WG: In head-to-head action, WHA teams did great against NHL teams. In your view, did players from the younger league have something to prove, or did they play a different style?GH: You probably saw things the same way, but to me the WHA was more offensive-minded than the NHL. Some might say it was wide open at times. The WHA also had quality veterans for leadership and a great group of young talent just coming into their own when the leagues merged -- but you would know that. Traditionalists may have been surprised that those teams did so well against NHL squads, but the guys in the dressing rooms werent.WG: A lot of WHA teams played in non-traditional markets, where fans knew little about the game and teams tried all sorts of unusual gimmicks to fill their rinks. We saw some pretty interesting things back then. What was the strangest thing you saw in the league?GH: There were blue pucks, white skates and unlimited curves on sticks but the one thing I remember most was the first nickel beer night at one of our home games in Houston. There were more fights in the stands than there were on the ice. The fans even jumped out of the stands to fight the referees as they left the ice between periods. I had to go across to the referees locker-room and ask them to finish the game, promising it would not happen again. Funny we didnt get any penalties in the third period.WG: You are unique in that you played hockey at the highest level with your sons. As you make clear in your book, hockey is a tough game. Did you ever have to step in to back up Mark or Marty or both?GH: The boys could take care of themselves but if I thought there was a dirty play or hit I would always deliver some of my own pain and make sure people would think twice about doing that again. What father wouldnt?WG: I am on record as saying that youre the greatest hockey player of all time, and some other pretty good players, including Bobby Orr, have said the same thing. Over the years, people have always said that if you hadnt played hockey, you could have played major league baseball. In your opinion, who was the greatest baseball player ever?GH: There are so many but Al Kaline was a close friend of mine and I will put him in my best group. Over 3,000 hits, 18 all-star games, and an all-round great guy.WG: When you came into the league, even star hockey players were regular guys -- usually small-town Canadians who knew a thing or two about manual labour. Now, thanks to media exposure and much larger salaries, they are celebrities. Do you think something has been lost?GH: Hockey players as a group are still small-town boys. They are the most approachable group of athletes you will have the pleasure of meeting, as you know. But yes, things are different today, though I dont think its the players. The difference today is the travel, the way the buildings are designed. The players are so tightly scheduled that their lives are totally focused on hockey. They charter out to the next city right after the game and may not get there until 1 or 2 a.m. They have a 1 p.m. pre-game skate, eat and take a short nap and get to the rink for the game. Not a lot of time to spend doing anything else. The arenas are built now with no access to the players unless you are with the press. The old rinks used to have you walking through the fans to the ice. It was interesting at times, though fans are generally respectful and decent, every once in a while someone would want to get into it with a player. Still, I do think something is lost when the players are cut off from the fans. In the end, players and fans all love the same thing about the game.WG: Reading your book, its clear that you got away with a few things behind the play that guys today would get called for. Do you think your relationship with the referees would be different if you were playing today?GH: The biggest difference is today there are two referees instead of one. A lot of things would happen behind the play because the referee is following the play up ice and it is hard for him to see what is going on behind him. If you wanted to send a guy a message, you just had to be smart enough to wait until the ref was focused on something else. You just had to wait for the right moment. And you might have to wait a long time. Anyway, that is why things would happen behind the play. Today you could never get away with the things we did.WG: You played the game for decades without a helmet. Though you did have a couple of serious injuries, that is still a remarkable streak. Today, a player without a helmet might not make it through a single game without a head injury. Do you think that says something about respect between players in the NHL today?GH: It seems there could be a lack of respect amongst players but I think the game is just very competitive. The obstruction rule changes, stopping the hooking and holding has made the game much faster, and probably more dangerous. The equipment is much more protective with more hard plastic that can be used as an offensive weapon when checking someone. Players nowadays turn their backs to you when you approach to check them. This is something we would never have done. You were taught never to turn your back on a checker, as you end up going face-first into the boards. You can end up with stitches, lost teeth, separated shoulders or much worse like neck or back injuries. With the cycling of the puck and trying to draw penalties turning your back to the play is the norm now. The other thing is in the middle of the ice guys skate with their heads down or looking behind them as they cross the ice waiting for a pass. This is a good way to wake up on the ice with the trainer staring down at you. With the new rules players are not expecting to get hit in the centre-ice areas, which makes them more vulnerable. Still, I see that a lot of the time, the defensive team passes up these hits, maybe even the majority of them. That tells me there is still respect between players.WG: For me, it was always an honour to be asked to help out Team Canada any way I could, something I was able to do a number of times. For various reasons, you had that opportunity only once (though you were missed in 1972). What did it mean for you to play for Team Canada in 1974?GH: It was great to play for Team Canada in 74. It gives you a sense of pride to compete for your country, and I would have loved to be there in 72, but I was retired. I wish I had more opportunities to play for Canada when I was younger, but pros just never had the chance in those days. It was just set up that way. It was the amateur players who went to the Olympics and world championships back then. I cant complain though. I finally got my chance, and we gave the Russians a good fight.WG: Youre quick to acknowledge the selfless generosity of the many friends and neighbours who helped you on your way to a legendary hockey career. Who gave you the biggest push?GH: It was not just one person that made the difference. I have to start with my mother, my coach in school hockey, my friend Frank Sheddens father, who gave me Franks hockey equipment when Frank got too sick to play. There were even NHL players who lived in Saskatoon that would talk to you with encouraging advice, made me think I had a real chance. I wanted to play hockey in the big league so bad and I pushed myself to be as good as I could be. I just wanted to be on the ice all the time. Looking back, I was obsessed at times. I got exactly what I dreamed of, which makes me a very lucky guy. I am incredibly grateful to everyone who helped me along the way. You dont get to fulfil that dream without a lot of support.(TSN via The Canadian Press) Cheap NFL Jerseys China . That will give them plenty of time to savour Robyn Regehrs first career overtime goal and try to figure out how to score more often. Wholesale Jerseys . Its ironic that two of the oldest and most iconic teams have been taken to the Fall Classic by two men who are there for the first time in their careers and both of whom are relatively light in Major League managerial experience.Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel announced Wednesday that guard Rodney Stuckey would miss the next three games with a sore left foot. Stuckey re-aggravated the injury Saturday in Atlanta and was jjust 3-of-11 from the field against Milwaukee Tuesday. Cheap Jerseys From China. The 28-year-old is averaging 8.8 points and 2.5 assists per game so far this season after posting a 13.9 points per game average last season with Detroit. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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TORONTO -- The Rochester Knighthawks went on an 11-goal run that began late in the second quarter and went into the third, in a 17-9 victory over the Toronto Rock in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday. Dri Archer Jersey . Cody Jamieson had five goals and five assists for Rochester (5-2), while Dan Dawson was all over the scoresheet with 10 assists. Stephen Keough had four goals, and Joe Walters three for the Knighthawks. Cory Vitarelli had two goals, and Rochester got singles from Scott Campbell, Mike Accursi and Johnny Powless. Colin Doyle scored three of his four goals for the Rock (3-4) in the opening quarter. Stephen Leblac scored twice, while Patrick Merrill, Rob Hellyer, Garrett Billings completed the scoring for Toronto. Rochester goalie Matt Vinc made 54 saves. Toronto goalie Zac Boychuk stopped 10 of 13 shots in relief of Nick Rose, who allowed 14 goals on 33 shots before being pulled in the third quarter. Rocky Bleier Jersey . The result was a lopsided 7-1 victory for the Baltimore Orioles, who got their offence back on track Monday night at Archers expense. Cameron Heyward Jersey . Down by three runs in the early going and in danger of dropping into a huge hole, the Giants and their fans rallied. The win ensured the Series will go back to Kansas City to decide the championship. In the meantime, theres Game 5 on Sunday when post-season ace Madison Bumgarner starts for the Giants against struggling James Shields.Each week, well take a look at some top performers from the CFL, with an eye to looking ahead to some matchups that could be favourable for TSN Fantasy Football, CFL Edition, presented by Joseph Abboud. Here are some of the best from Week Seven and players to watch for Week Eight: TOP PERFORMERS Bo Levi Mitchell, QB, Calgary (26-for-36, 289 YDS, 3 TD, 1 INT vs. Ottawa) - Mitchell ranks fourth in the league in passing yards this season, but is tied for the lead with 11 touchdowns and has thrown only two interceptions, giving him the highest QB Rating among CFL starters. He took advantage against the expansion Redblacks in Week Seven, completing a season-high 72.2% of his passes in a 38-17 Stampeders rout. Kendial Lawrence, RB, Edmonton (123 YDS, 1 TD, 13 touches at Montreal) - A smaller, speedy back out of Missouri, Lawrence is trying to break into the Eskimos lineup and took advantage of the opportunity presented against the Alouettes when John White (who rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown on seven carries) suffered a finger injury. Lawrence was effective both on the ground and in the passing game, hauling in a 35-yard touchdown pass to get the Esks rolling early in the first quarter against Montreal. Marquay McDaniel, WR, Calgary (9 REC, 117 YDS, 1 TD vs. Ottawa) - Someone has to benefit from Mitchells passing productivity and it might as well be McDaniel, who had his first 100-yard receiving game since Week 14 last season. The veteran CFLer had a career-high 1047 yards and eight touchdowns last season, and hes not quite on pace for that yardage this year, but McDaniel is ninth in the league with 308 yards receiving, one yard ahead of teammate Jeff Fuller. Carnell Lake Steelers Jersey. PLAYERS TO WATCH IN WEEK EIGHT Since the Toronto Argonauts play twice in Week Eight, Tuesday against Winnipeg and Sunday against B.C., the logical choices to focus on for this week wear the Double Blue. Ricky Ray, QB, Toronto - Hes dealing with a depleted receiving corps, but Ray still ranks third in the league with 1687 passing yards and has the leagues second-best QB Rating (96.0) behind Mitchell. Rays productivity has dipped in the past couple games, at least in part because top receiver Chad Owens is out of the lineup, but two home games for Ray ought to provide more than enough production this week. Maurice Mann, WR, Toronto - Injuries open up opportunities. Thats standard football procedure, and its given Mann -- who didnt play last season -- another chance. As much as his game had declined, putting up a total of 57 catches for 624 yards in 2011 and 2012, Mann has adjusted quickly to rejoining the Argonauts, catching 11 passes for 137 yards in two games. Jerome Messam, RB, Saskatchewan - The latest in the line of ever-changing Roughriders runners, Messam rumbled for 126 yards on 19 carries at Winnipeg last week and should find an appealing matchup with the opportunity to face a Montreal team that has the leagues worst run defence, allowing 115.8 yards per game on the ground. That Messam played for the Alouettes last season should only enhance his motivation for another big game. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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ST. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale . LOUIS -- Gio Gonzalez showed the Washington Nationals hes ready to return to the rotation. Manager Matt Williams said Friday that, barring a setback, the left-hander will come off the 15-day disabled list from shoulder soreness early next week. He struck out seven and walked four in a four-inning minor league rehab stint Thursday and is eligible to come off the DL on Tuesday. Gonzalez has lost his last three starts and is 3-4 with a 4.62 ERA in nine starts overall. He was a 21-game winner in 2012 and would replace Blake Treinen, who is 0-3 but with a 2.08 ERA. The Nationals optioned Treinen to Triple-A Syracuse and recalled lefty Xavier Cedeno from Syracuse. The 27-year-old Cedeno has appeared in one major league game, working 1 1-3 innings of scoreless relief against the Angels on April 21. Cheap NFL Jerseys China Free Shipping . What was the first big story that you broke?Every breaking story has meaning which is why trade deadline day and free agent frenzy have maintained both news and entertainment value. Cheap NFL Jerseys China .By Firas Momani By Alfredo Galvan By Satwant GillBy Conor Stinson"I made this a couple months ago using Photoshop to use as my iPhone background.NEW YORK -- The NBA charged Donald Sterling on Monday with damaging the league and its teams with his racist comments, setting up a June 3 hearing after which owners could vote to terminate his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers. The league also said the banned owner has engaged in other conduct that has impaired its relationship with fans and merchandising partners. "All of these acts provide grounds for termination under several provisions of the NBA constitution and related agreements," the league said in a statement. Sterling was banned for life and fined $2.5 million by Commissioner Adam Silver after the release of a recording in which he made racist remarks. He has until May 27 to respond to the charge, and the right to appear at the hearing and make a presentation before the board of governors. He has the right to a lawyer at the hearing, but strict courtroom rules of evidence would not apply. Sterlings attorney, Maxwell Blecher, asked for a three-month delay in response to the charge, a person with knowledge of the situation said, confirming a report by SI.com. The league will not grant it, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no official comments were authorized. Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor, the board chairman, will preside over the hearing in New York, which is planned for two days before the start of the NBA Finals. If three-fourths of the other 29 owners vote to sustain the charge, Sterling will be forced to sell the team he has owned since 1981. Silver has said he is confident he has the 23 votes that are necessary. Sterling told a female friend, V. Stiviano, not to bring blacks to Clippers games during their conversation that was recorded. Sterling specifically mentioned Magic Johnson, then criticized the NBA Hall of Famer again as a poor role model during a recent interview with CNN. "Among other things, Mr. Sterling disparaged African-Americans and minorities; directed a female acquaintance not to associate publicly with African-Americans or to bring African-Americans to Clippers games; and criticized African-Americans for not supporting their communities," the NBA said. The league also charged Sterling with destroying evidence and providing false and misleading evidence to the NBA investigator, and said the Clippers issued a false and misleading mediia statement about the matter. Cheap NFL Jerseys. It also cited "a failure to use best efforts to see to it that the sport of professional basketball is conducted according to the highest moral and ethical standards." Article 13 of the NBAs constitution, which deals with termination of ownership, states that one condition is if an owner fails or refuses "to fulfil its contractual obligations to the Association, its members, players, or any other third party in such a way as to affect the Association or its members adversely." A number of sponsors suspended their deals with the Clippers in the wake of Sterlings remarks, potentially hurting league revenues, and players have said they would consider refusing to play next season if he still owned the team. "Mr. Sterlings actions and positions significantly undermine the NBAs efforts to promote diversity and inclusion; damage the NBAs relationship with its fans; harm NBA owners, players and Clippers team personnel; and impair the NBAs relationship with marketing and merchandising partners, as well as with government and community leaders," the league said. If Sterling did not respond to the charge within five business days, or does not appear at the hearing, it would be deemed an admission of the "total validity of the charges as presented," according to the constitution. But even the players who want him out believe Sterling will fight, and his attorney sent a letter to the league last week informing it that Sterling wouldnt be paying the fine. A message on the office voicemail of Blecher said he would have no comment now. Sterlings estranged wife, Shelly, has said she will fight to keep her 50 per cent share of the team even if Donald Sterling is forced to sell, but the league said in its statement that "all ownership interests in the Clippers will be terminated" if the charge is upheld. Shelly Sterlings attorney, Pierce ODonnell, said he was reviewing the charges. "Based on our initial assessment, we continue to believe there is no lawful basis for stripping Shelly Sterling of her 50 per cent ownership interest in the Clippers," ODonnell said in a statement Monday. "She is the innocent estranged spouse. We also continue to hope that we can resolve this dispute with the NBA for the good of all constituencies." cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' ' 
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