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Jason Pierre-Paul on Josh Brown: Why should he be cut?

Jason Pierre-Paul on Josh Brown: Why should he be cut?

That was before his ex-wife's allegations of over 20 physical violent incidents emerged publically. Those claims are included in a case file obtained by Newsday from the King County sheriff's office. The salaries of vested veterans - those with four or more seasons - are guaranteed if they are on an opening day roster. Ultimately, however, the Giants will likely make a football decision, and Bullock will likely need to show he's a better kicker than Brown to stay in NY beyond Week One.


Allardyce plans Guardiola talks over Hart

Allardyce plans Guardiola talks over Hart

The Manchester City goalkeeper is now subject to intense transfer speculation after being dropped and replaced by Willy Caballero for all three of his club's opening competitive fixtures of the season under Pep Guardiola . Allardyce, however, does concede that it is a concern for him that Hart has not made a first-team appearance this season. This post was syndicated from 360Nobs.com.



'Disappointing' Arsenal Lacks Physical Presence, Feels Vieira

But I just have a feeling they are missing something - the physical presence, the personality. Koscielny's injury was just about the last thing Wenger needed and prompted the Arsenal manager to travel to Leicester with an extra player - Krystian Bielik, an 18-year-old Polish centre-back - in case the France global failed to make it and another place needed to be filled on the substitutes' bench.



Danny Valencia, Billy Butler fined for A's clubhouse fight over cleats

Of note, teammates from both squads - Kansas City's Eric Hosmer and Oakland's Coco Crisp and Yonder Alonso - wrote messages of support for Valencia on Twitter. Butler did not play in the weekend series against the White Sox, and Valencia sat out Sunday's finale after playing in the first two games. Butler's locker, which used to be near Valencia's, has been moved to another part of the A's clubhouse.



Japanese Prime Minister Abe wows Rio finale as Super Mario

It's not every day you see a world leader dressed up as a famous video game character, but that's exactly what happened during the Rio Olympics' closing ceremony on Sunday night. Tokyo's no stranger to Olympic Games. Shinzo Abe just climbed out a drain pipe dressed as Mario! If Japan or the world wasn't excited about the 2020 Tokyo Olympics before, it surely will be now.



Gary Kubiak refuses to rule out Paxton Lynch winning Broncos QB job

All along, I've had the feeling that Kubiak felt a bit better with Sanchez in the game than Siemian. "I'm proud of all three of them", Kubiak said. "I wish I called a better play, that's the way I look at it as a coach". I think I've continued to tell you guys that he is behind the others from a knowledge standpoint as far as running the group. But we don't want to throw him back out there and have a setback right now.