Rams most likely to move to LA? 

October, 20, 2014
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The St. Louis Rams are on the short list of teams (along with the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders) most likely to move to Los Angeles. Last week, I noted that there was some buzz about the Rams securing a new open-air stadium, a move that would keep them in St. Louis.

Lynn set for big payday? 

October, 20, 2014
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After two consecutive seasons of 15 wins and 200-plus innings pitched, the St. Louis Cardinals are getting used to having Lance Lynn around. That's why it shouldn't be a surprise to learn that the team is taking steps to ensure his presence on the mound for many years to come.

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RG III, Cousins or McCoy on MNF? 

October, 20, 2014
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On Sunday, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden benched the struggling Kirk Cousins for Colt McCoy, who led the team to a win over the Tennessee Titans, their first since Week 2.

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Indians stuck with Swisher? 

October, 20, 2014
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He hit just .208 for the Cleveland Indians in 2014, and he was only able to play in 97 games. He hit only eight home runs on the season, the first full season of his career in which he did not hit at least 20. Yet there should be no doubt that Nick Swisher will be in an Indians uniform in 2015.

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Knicks: Who starts at PF? 

October, 20, 2014
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The New York Knicks starting power forward spot is one of the positions up for grabs during the preseason and with eight days until the start of the regular season there in no favorite for the position. Andrea Bargnani likely would have landed the spot, but he's missed most of the preseason due to a hamstring injury. The other options under consideration by head coach Derek Fisher are Quincy Acy, Amar'e Stoudemire and Jason Smith.

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For a split second Sunday, it looked like C.J. Spiller was going to return to form as a stud fantasy running back. Fred Jackson was felled by a groin injury, opening up a larger workload for Spiller, who proceeded to bust loose for a 53-yard gain on his first carry. Unfortunately, he broke his collarbone when tackled.

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Tough cuts coming for Rockets 

October, 20, 2014
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All NBA teams must submit their opening 2014-15 regular season roster a week from today and one of the teams with difficult decisions are the Houston Rockets. The Rockets currently have a full 20-man preseason roster, which leaves five players to be moved off the team by Oct. 27.

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Bradley's time not yet here? 

October, 20, 2014
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The Arizona Diamondbacks used 11 different starting pitchers in 2014, and collectively, they went just 41-69 with a 4.44 ERA. Clearly, there's plenty of room for improvement in 2015. However, highly-touted prospect Archie Bradley may not be the team's first choice to provide some much-needed help come April.

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Latest buzz on new conduct policy 

October, 20, 2014
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The NFL is expected to put in place a new personal conduct policy in the coming months, and not just for players. All personnel connected to the league will fall under the umbrella, though the policy may come in two different time frames.

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Will Warriors keep a 15th man? 

October, 20, 2014
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The Golden State Warriors appear to have 14 players under contract who are locks to make the regular season roster. The 15th roster spot is up for grabs and head coach Steve Kerr isn't sure if the team will fill that position or keep it open when the regular season starts next week.

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Kawhi Leonard’s infected eyes 

October, 20, 2014
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The San Antonio Spurs are currently without starting small forward Kawhi Leonard due to an infection that is affecting both of his eyes. According to head coach Gregg Popovich, Leonard will likely miss at least the rest of the preseason and could be unavailable for the start of the regular season next week.

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Pacers without David West 

October, 20, 2014
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Indiana Pacers starting power forward David West went down with a sprained right ankle on Saturday and his return to the active roster is uncertain. According to The Indianapolis Star, West will have an MRI on Monday to help determine the extent of the injury and a timeline to return.

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CB Fuller out an extended period? 

October, 20, 2014
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The Chicago Bears announced that rookie CB Kyle Fuller was forced from Sunday's game due to a hip injury. The severity of that malady is unclear, but it appears that a hand injury he also sustained could keep him out of game action this week.

"More bad news for the Bears: stud rookie CB Kyle Fuller broke his hand and suffered a hip pointer today. Hard to play corner w/1 hand," tweeted Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com.

The Bears already had been playing without CB Charles Tillman, who has been out since Week 2, so losing Fuller for an extended period could be rough on their already struggling defense.

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Links from around the rink - Oct. 20 

October, 20, 2014
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It has been a rough October for the Colorado Avalanche, who have just one win their first six games and are dealing with injuries to goaltenders Semyon Varlamov and Reto Berra.

Despite the shortage, the Avs apparently have no interest in Ilya Bryzgalov, who was with the Minnesota Wild in training camp on a tryout offer before being released.

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Xavier Henry's lingering knee issue 

October, 20, 2014
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Xavier Henry was hoping to finally get over all his injuries the last few years, but heading into the 2014-15 regular season the swingman is still having pain in his surgically repaired right knee.

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