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Young England must grow up fast, says Dier

Young England must grow up fast, says Dier

Eric Dier has called on England fans to back the team in the "right way" following the offensive behaviour of some travelling supporters during Wednesday's friendly global loss in Germany. Manchester United's Smalling has an unspecified injury, and has been replaced by uncapped Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson. He believes having a younger man in charge with a wealth of worldwide playing experience at his disposal could be beneficial to a youthful England squad.


Shiffrin seals World Cup overall title as Stuhec skips slalom

Shiffrin seals World Cup overall title as Stuhec skips slalom

So, it feels a little unreal. Standing on US soil only a few hours from her hometown Sunday, Vail's Mikaela Shiffrin was handed the overall crystal globe to end the World Cup Finals week in Aspen . Sweden's Frida Hansdotter finished third. Shiffrin already held a almost insurmountable 198-point lead over Stuhec with two races left - Shiffrin's specialties at that.


Rich Cimini Explains McCown To The Jets [AUDIO]

Rich Cimini Explains McCown To The Jets [AUDIO]

The Jacksonville native visited NY over the weekend and left without a deal in place, but the two sides continued to talk before finally coming to an agreement. McCown went 0-3 as a starter last season for the Browns before an injury cancelled his season. Not exactly a pretty picture with five weeks remaining until the 2017 NFL Draft .


Canucks sign Brock Boeser to entry-level deal

Canucks sign Brock Boeser to entry-level deal

Boeser's goal in the second period put his team up 3-0, and the Canucks went on to defeat the slumping Wild 4-2. "This is really a dream come true, not just to play in my first National Hockey League game, but to play in Minnesota in front of family and friends", Boeser said in an interview with Fox Sports North.


Rangers re-sign 2B Odor for 6 years, $49.5 million

Rangers re-sign 2B Odor for 6 years, $49.5 million

Odor has reportedly been seeking a six-year deal in the neighborhood of $52.5 million, which is what fellow second baseman Jason Kipnis signed with Cleveland after 2014 when he had similar service to Odor. Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News was first to report the sides were nearing a deal. The lefty-swinging second baseman definitely has plenty of power (just ask Jose Bautista), though his plate skills - 135 strikeouts against only 19 walks a year ago - could use some work.