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Browns to sign running back Carlos Hyde

Browns to sign running back Carlos Hyde

During his four years in San Francisco, Hyde rushed for a total of 2,729 yards and 21 touchdowns. However, the Browns have filled so many needs in free agency and through trades they also may be positioning themselves to take the best player available in the draft.


Karachi Kings eye PSL play-off in clash against Qalandars

Karachi Kings eye PSL play-off in clash against Qalandars

These will be the first worldwide matches in Karachi since the 2009 attacks on the Sri Lanka team bus in Lahore brought global cricket in Pakistan to a virtual halt. The PSL final, and now three more games for Karachi as per routine. Sethi also announced that the final of the ongoing Pakistan Super League , which features several West Indies stars like Kieron Pollard, Sunil Narine and Darren Sammy, will be staged in Karachi.


Harry Kane: Tottenham and England striker out until April with ligament damage

Harry Kane: Tottenham and England striker out until April with ligament damage

He was due to have a scan yesterday but his ankle was too swollen for it to be done. This is the last news fans of Tottenham or England wanted to hear, for it not only damages Spurs' chances of silverware but leaves the 24-year-old fighting a battle to be fully fit for England's summer of World Cup action.


Man Utd's midfielder to retire at end of the season

Man Utd's midfielder to retire at end of the season

Michael Carrick admits he wants Manchester United to establish themselves as a Champions League force once more as the player prepares to hang up his boots. "I wanted to finish on my own terms". It has been an illustrious career in the middle of the Old Trafford turf for Carrick since arriving from Tottenham Hotspur in 2006, playing a whopping 436 matches in that time which has included 19 major trophies which has included five Premier League titles and two European trophies.


Džeko strike edges Roma past Shakhtar Donetsk

Džeko strike edges Roma past Shakhtar Donetsk

The decisive moment came early in the second half when Kevin Strootman's through ball caught the Shakhtar defence high up the pitch and Džeko burst through before calmly sliding his finish through the legs of Andriy Pyatov . "Everyone deserves a standing ovation because we all gave absolutely everything tonight and we fully deserve to be in the quarter-finals", Dzeko was quoted as saying by Sky Sports Italia.