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Closer Soriano finally reports to Nationals camp

Closer Soriano finally reports to Nationals camp

CNNSI.com ESPN.com nytimes.com MLB.com Updated Feb 16, 2013
Rafael Soriano planned to arrive early in camp with the Washington Nationals. He was delayed by visa issues, but the team's new closer showed up Saturday in good shape and ready to get to work.
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  • Werth's left wrist much improved

    Werth's left wrist much improved

    MLB.com Feb 16, 2013
    On Jan. 26, Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth said his wrist was not as strong as he would like it to be. Last season, Werth broke his left wrist on May 6 against the Phillies, an injury that kept him out of action until early August.
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  • High School Students Vote To Change Redskins Mascot Despite Pro…

    High School Students Vote To Change Redskins Mascot Despite Protests From Parents And Alumni

    deadspin.com Feb 16, 2013
    In the Washington Redskins' fight agains the perception that their mascot, a racist caricature and slur, is a racist caricature and slur, they have enlisted the aid of various high schools around the nation who use the same mascot, mostly to act as a sh…
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  • Saturday morning one-liners

    Saturday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Feb 16, 2013
    Former Jets quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh admits that QB Tim Tebow wasn’t used “as much as we should have, probably.” A pair of Bills season-ticket holders had a Bills-themed wedding.  (The party was crashed by a Giants fan.  Then a Redskins f
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  • Video - A New Wall In The Kitchen 02:52

    A New Wall In The Kitchen

    Feb 16
    Henry Abbott talks with John Wall about his new puppy, who the fastest NBA player is and his experience with learning to cook

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  • Clayton: What to look for in NFL combine

    Feb 16
    Will a QB class considered lackluster be able to change that perception at the NFL combine?