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Packers rookie J.C. Tretter suffers broken ankle

Packers rookie J.C. Tretter suffers broken ankle

profootballtalk.com Updated May 21, 2013
Any practices happening this time of year are non-contact. But that doesn’t mean they’re safe. According to Jason Wilde of ESPNWisconsin.com, Packers offensive lineman J.C. Tretter suffered a broken ankle, and is expected to miss six months. Tretter a
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  • Brewers minor leaguer Williams banned for test

    Brewers minor leaguer Williams banned for test

    ESPN.com May 21, 2013
    Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Alan Williams has been suspended for 50 games under minor league baseball's drug program following a second positive test for a drug of abuse.
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  • How To Fix The Milwaukee Bucks: Decide Between Brandon Jennings…

    How To Fix The Milwaukee Bucks: Decide Between Brandon Jennings & Monta Ellis

    dimemag.com May 21, 2013
    With only four teams remaining in the NBA Playoffs, it means a few “contenders” have already been eliminated from title contention. The offseason is the time for these teams to retool to prepare for deeper runs next season. The Milwaukee Bucks found t
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Sports Columnists

  • NBA Playoffs 2013: Despite loss, Memphis Grizzlies find their game in loss…

    May 21
    Despite a second straight loss, the Grizzlies rediscovered part of their game, J.A. Adande writes.
  • Don Banks: Teams not buying 'Easter Bunny' excuse for moving NFL Draft to …

    May 21
    BOSTON -- Even if you happen to believe in the Easter Bunny theory, or that the NFL had to move next year's draft to May solely because of a scheduling conflict with a Radio City Music Hall "Spring Spectacular'' show, there's more than a reasonable…
  • Daily Dime: Spurs win Game 2

    May 21
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  • Clayton: NFL should be careful with calendar

    May 21
    The NFL's offseason calendar works just fine, so there's no reason to tear it up, writes John Clayton.