Posted on: August 14, 2009 11:27 am

Vick signs with the Eagles and Woods holds lead

Wings of change

The Eagles are giving Michael Vick another chance. The former Falcon will receive a one-year contract with an option for a second season. Prisco: Why? | Judge: Makes sense | Freeman: McNabb disrespected

Video: Conference, 11 a.m. ET | Noonan | 60 Minutes: Sun. | Yo!

Tiger leads at PGA

Tiger Woods 'plods' to a 5-under 67 and to move one in front of Padraig Harrington at the PGA. Steve Elling says pity the field -- Tiger has won his last four majors when leading after Round 1. | LIVE! Round 2 scores

Leaderboard | More PGA | Elling: Toms' turnaround | Daly | Hey!

Posted on: May 29, 2009 11:02 am

The Cavs force a Game 6 and the NFL's meanest

Hangin' tough

The Cavs are still alive, thanks to a triple-double from LeBron James. Cleveland forces a Game 6 with a 112-102 win over Orlando in the East finals. While LeBron is brilliant, Gregg Doyel thinks the win is a fluke.

Series: Magic 3, Cavaliers 2 | Doyel: From The Q | Talk!

Calculating the mean

If the Falcons have a practice fight, Conrad Dobler throwback Harvey Dahl is almost sure to be in the scrum. Pete Prisco says Atlanta's feisty guard tops the list of pro football's meanest, nastiest players. Full story
B/R: Quantifying stats | Your choice: Nastiest?

Sour gripes

One Nugget claims the Lakers 'paid $50,000 to win' Game 5. Everybody whines about the officiating this time of year, but Ken Berger says the Nuggets can't let their frustration get to them. Story | Game 6: 9 ET, Fri.

Series: LAL 3, DEN 2 | Berger: Which Lakers on Fri.? | Yo!

Posted on: May 12, 2009 11:14 am

Mavs stay alive and the Caps force a game seven

Dallas delivers

The Mavs have life. Dallas keeps its playoff hopes alive by stretching out the Western semifinals to a fifth contest by holding off Denver 119-117 in Game 4. The Nuggets should be thanking the Mavs, Ken Berger says.

Related Links: Cuban sideshow | Series: Nuggets 3, Mavericks 1 | Talk!

Goin' the distance

Get ready for Game 7. Dave Steckel scores in OT as the Caps win on the road 5-4 over the Penguins, forcing Wednesday's series finale. A better script couldn't have been written in Hollywood, Wes Goldstein says.

Related Links: Series: Caps 3, Pens 3 | B/R | Speak!

Prime catch

Canton-caliber numbers and being the face of the Chiefs was no longer enough for Tony Gonzalez. The tight end wants to win now and plans to help the Falcons take the next big step, Pete Prisco says. Full story

Related Links: Inside Slant: DBs | Draft Grade: B+ | B/R: Minicamp

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