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The excessive endurance exercise hypothesis

If I were to tell you I’d just read an article which concluded that white men who exercise at high levels are 86 percent more likely to experience a buildup of plaque in their coronary arteries by middle age than an identical population group who exercise at low levels, well, you’d probably think I’m pulling a fast ... (full story)


Yankees interview Wedge, former Indians, Mariners manager

Yankees interview Wedge, former Indians, Mariners manager

NEW YORK (AP) — Eric Wedge promises a touchy-feely approach if hired as New York Yankees manager, rejecting the old-school method of publicly challenging players to motivate them.
"If something like that happens today, especially with social media and everything else that's involved with it, it's going to have legs, it ... (full story)


AP rankings: Unanimous pick Aaron Donald is NFL's top DT

AP rankings: Unanimous pick Aaron Donald is NFL's top DT

Aaron Donald held out all spring and summer from Los Angeles Rams activities, finally reporting for duty right before the regular season began without the new contract he'd been seeking.
His pursuit of the ball has been far more fruitful.
Midway through his fourth year in the NFL, Donald has established himself as the premier ... (full story)


Kaepernick’s grievance could put NFL on the spot

Last month, free-agent quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, filed a collusion claim against the National Football League and all 32 NFL team owners.
Kaepernick claims the collusion and deprivation of employment rights stems from his “leadership and advocacy for equality and social justice and his bringing awareness of peculiar in ... (full story)


Options: Indians keep Brantley for $11.5M, Tomlin for $3M

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians are convinced Michael Brantley will be healthy and productive, and they exercised his $11.5 million option for 2018.
The 30-year-old Brantley hit .299 with nine homers and 52 RBIs in 90 games, his second straight injury-shortened season. He went on the disabled list twice and had right ankle sur ... (full story)