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Chipper on comeback: 'It's not gonna happen'

Chipper on comeback: 'It's not gonna happen'

ESPN.com deadspin.com Updated Feb 18, 2013
Chipper Jones hears the talk, the whispers, the rumblings out there that if the Atlanta Braves need him in June, he's a poetic comeback story waiting to happen. His response Monday to that kind of talk: "It's not gonna happen."
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  • Peter King: As combine hype machine revs up, two players have l…

    Peter King: As combine hype machine revs up, two players have lots at stake

    CNNSI.com Feb 18, 2013
    So we're at the official beginning of draft season, with the annual Scouting Combine starting later this week in Indianapolis. Here's what we know as the 333 college prospects pack for the Heartland:
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  • Manti Te'o, Alec Ogletree have most at stake at 2013 NFL Combin…

    Manti Te'o, Alec Ogletree have most at stake at 2013 NFL Combine

    CNNSI.com Feb 18, 2013
    It's the start of draft hype season. The stakes are always high at the Combine, but in a draft short on sure-things, some have more on the line than others, Peter King writes.
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