• Dodgers promote Patterson to start Game 2

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated May 3, 2014
    Do better than you did last year,'" Patterson said this week. This year will be way better,” Patterson told ESPN. Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner says he has big plans for creative ways to get the ball into Patterson’s hands, and that Patterson seems to be picking everything up. On the other hand, general manager Rick Spielman said at the NFL scouting combine that Turner already had 10 plays designed for Patterson, and Turner moved Patterson around in the Vikings' offense plenty during the team's voluntary minicamp this week. As a rookie, Vikings receiver and return man Cordarrelle Patterson was a phenomenal playmaker, scoring seven touchdowns on offense and also being the NFL’s All-Pro kickoff returner. Kershaw whiffs nine in second rehab start MINNEAPOLIS With a likely return to the rotation next week in Washington, Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw made his second Minor League rehab start Wednesday night, throwing five innings for Double-A Chattanooga. The move was necessitated by Tuesday night's rainout and will eliminate the need for Zack Greinke Wednesday night's starter to start Sunday on short rest.
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    • Cordarrelle Patterson vows to be “way better” this year than last year

      As a rookie, Vikings receiver and return man Cordarrelle Patterson was a phenomenal playmaker, scoring seven touchdowns on offense and also being the NFL’s All-Pro kickoff returner. But Patterson says you ain’t seen nothing yet. At the Vikings’ minicamp…

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