Blue Jays still seek closer? 

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While the chances of a reunion with the Toronto Blue Jays were quite slim, the door has now been officially closed for reliever Casey Janssen after the pitcher signed a one-year, $5 million deal with a mutual option to throw for the Washington Nationals in 2015.

Ricky Rubio's return getting close 

January, 29, 2015
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The Minnesota Timberwolves are slowly getting their injured players back and the next to return could be starting point guard Ricky Rubio.

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The St. Louis Rams continue to seek a replacement for former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who took the same job with Georgia. They kicked the tires on Nathaniel Hackett and appeared interested in Rob Chudzinski, but Hackett joined the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chud is sticking with the Indianapolis Colts.

With that pair off of the board, it appears most likely that the Rams' next OC already works for the team.

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Can White Sox deal Viciedo? 

January, 29, 2015
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With the signing of Gordon Beckham to a one-year, $2 million deal, the Chicago White Sox no longer have any room on their roster for Dayan Viciedo, who has been designated for assignment by the club. Recently signed to a $4.4 million deal of his own, the question now is where Viciedo ends up for 2015.

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When Jrue Holiday might return 

January, 29, 2015
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Jrue Holiday is in the process of recovering from a stress reaction in his right lower leg and as of Wednesday he doesn't know if the projected 2-4 week timetable will be accurate. Before being cleared, Holiday will have to get the go-ahead from the Pelicans' medical staff.

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Thomas, Amundson should get ROS deals 

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The New York Knicks are 4-1 in their last five games and head coach Derek Fisher believes the infusion of Langston Galloway, Lance Thomas and Lou Amundson have had a lot to do with that because all three have played hard and bring energy when they've been on the floor. The Knicks signed Galloway to a rest-of-season contract which guarantees some money for 2015-16 and they are poised to keep Thomas and Amundson.


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Why Brown is using McDaniels off bench 

January, 29, 2015
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Rookie K.J. McDaniels has started 14 out of 45 games and has played okay, but not good enough for head coach Brett Brown. Moving forward, Brown will only give McDaniels a role as a backup as he seems to be more effective playing off the bench.

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Will Ravens keep Justin Tucker? 

January, 29, 2015
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There are few things more helpful to an NFL front office than having an elite talent signed at a cheap price. That's been the situation for the Baltimore Ravens with their kicker, Justin Tucker, who has been one of the top kickers in the NFL while working through a three-year deal that paid him just $1.44 million.

Tucker is set for free agency during the offseason, and the terms of his next contract will not be as friendly to the Ravens. Regardless, he appears interested in re-signing with the team.

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Festus Ezeli's rehab assignment 

January, 29, 2015
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The Golden State Warriors have been without backup center Festus Ezeli since Dec. 23 due to a sprained left ankle. The ankle has responded to treatment since that time and he is finally ready to test it during some game action.

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Dwyane Wade's new injury 

January, 28, 2015
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The Miami Heat have been hit with one injury after another this season and that bad luck continues with the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporting Dwyane Wade is set to miss a bunch of games due to a strained right hamstring. His timeline might see him sit up to the All-Star break speculates Ira Winderman.

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What Logan means for Niners 

January, 28, 2015
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Multiple reports surfaced on Wednesday that the San Francisco 49ers will hire Steve Logan as quarterbacks coach, a position previously was occupied by Geep Chryst. Here's why that could offer an indication of which direction the Niners plan to go at offensive coordinator.

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Pistons search for a PG 

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The Detroit Pistons are in the market for some cover at the point guard position after losing Brandon Jennings (torn left Achilles tendon). The team could make a move in the coming days and if they do, president of basketball operations/head coach Stan Van Gundy will only make a transaction that doesn't hurt the team long-term.

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Latest on Niners' OC search 

January, 28, 2015
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First, Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin turned down San Francisco for the OC job. Then on Tuesday, Rob Chudzinski, the next man on the 49ers list, decided to remain with the Indianapolis Colts, leading to the news that San Francisco was now setting its sights on Philadelphia Eagles receivers coach Bob Bicknell.

How interested is Bicknell? Here's the latest.

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New chance for Manuel in Buffalo? 

January, 28, 2015
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Former Buffalo head coach Doug Marrone elected to go with Kyle Orton over EJ Manuel in the Bills regular season finale, which was a clear sign of where the 2013 first-round pick stood in the eyes of the Bills organization at the time. But there still could be hope for Manuel in Buffalo. Here's why...

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Terrence Ross not available? 

January, 28, 2015
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Some followers of the Toronto Raptors may think Terrence Ross could be available since head coach Dwane Casey dropped him from the first unit. Well, those people would be wrong, according to a report from Sean Deveney of Sporting News.

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