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Strictly BusinessThe Bills took the unsentimental route, waiving a trio of aging stars
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Maybe the best deal you could have, if you're a team scrambling for some kind of playoff position, is a game against Denver. The Broncos already have clinched home field for the AFC playoffs, and the Giants took care...
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REY ORDOÑEZThe 25-year-old Cuban defector landed on American soil in 1993; in three seasons with the Mets he's shown he can cover nearly every inch of that ground with his glove. No one since Ozzie has ranged from...
September 19, 1994 | Rick Telander
Once upon a time, Joe Namath had good knees, he was fast and elusive, and he could dunk a basketball two-handed. Of course, he could always throw a football, much like a great fighter whipping a right cross directly...
April 27, 1992 | Tom Junod
Mel Kiper Jr. embodies the dream of every NFL draftnik: He has turned the rabid fan's off-season obsession into a lucrative, full-time job