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Rangers' Star Jacob Trouba Nets Tribeca Condo for $6.7M
He shoots, he scores!
New York Ranger defenseman Jacob Trouba has shelled out $6.7 million for a Tribeca condo, the Wall Street Journal is reporting.
Appling among NC Sports Hall selections
Jan. 20-HIGH POINT - Luke Appling, a High Point native and member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, is finally going into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
Patriots' alternate history if the Tuck Rule never happened
The 20th anniversary of the "Tuck Rule" Game arrived this past Wednesday - or, as New England Patriots fans call it, "The Snow Game," "The Vinatieri Game" or "The Extremely Normal Game."
White Sox' Luke Appling elected to another Hall of Fame
RALEIGH, N.C. - White Sox Hall of Famer Luke Appling is among the latest class of inductees for the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
Berkshire Bank Hockey Night In New England: Projected Bruins-Hurricanes Lines, Pairings
The resurgent Boston Bruins face a stiff test in the Carolina Panthers.
The teams will face off Tuesday at TD Garden in a matchup between two of the NHL's hottest teams.
Giants complete interviews with Titans executives Monti Ossenfort, Ryan Cowden - ProFootballTalk
The Giants announced they have completed interviews with Monti Ossenfort and Ryan Cowden for their vacant General Manager position.
The team is conducting all the initial interviews remotely.
Alabama OT Evan Neal, projected No. 1 pick, declares for 2022 NFL Draft
After losing the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in heart-breaking fashion, Alabama offensive lineman Evan Neal wisely decided to enter the 2022 NFL Draft.
Why Washington should draft Carson Strong
We are finally at one of football's greatest times, the NFL Draft season.
Why is Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy so confident in Greg Zuerlein?
It's no surprise that Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein is among the game's most inconsistent options.
Terry McLaurin, a constant amid the WFT chaos, keeps finding ways to improve
Standing behind a podium inside FedEx Field after yet another loss, quarterback Taylor Heinicke smiled as he waited for the reporter to finish his question.