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By Donald Lambro
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The senior at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, Mass., who has broken a string of national stories as Major League Baseball's offseason bazaar hums along. He doesn't make a dime for the pieces he writes for SB Nation's MLB Daily Dish, but views the non-stop demands of covering baseball's offseason as an investment in a career that has started earlier than he believed possible.
If Robert Griffin III received preferential treatment from ownership, veteran nose tackle Barry Cofield says he didn't notice it.
Three masts from satellite television trucks reached into the gray skies above Redskins Park on Monday afternoon, lured by turmoil the franchise can't seem to escape.
If any of these rumors become serious it could signal a major shift in the Phillies' future plans. This offseason they signed Marlon Byrd at 36 and brought back Carlos Ruiz who will be 35 on Opening Day. Now they want to trade their best players?
Shanahan wants to go. Shanahan wants to stay. Which one is it?
During the first part of the press conference, Shanahan declined to say if he wanted to return to the Redskins next season before relenting 16 minutes in. "You always want to come back," Shanahan said. "You always want to come back."
Jameis Winston will have plenty of company at the Heisman Trophy ceremony _ though he's not expected to have much competition.
Snyder, coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Robert "SuperBob" Griffin III are the trinity of turmoil at Redskins Park, all seemingly staking out their corner in this political battle royal. But don't overlook GM Bruce Allen's role.
Mike Shanahan again refused to confirm or deny a report that he nearly walked out on his job last January.
Controversy surrounding the Washington Redskins will not be letting up anytime soon, at least not according to head coach Mike Shanahan.
Why doesn't Mike Shanahan just quit? Go back to the $7 million he is owed for the final year of his contract. If he walks, he doesn't get the money. Dan Snyder, no fool, is no doubt aware of what's happening. If he can wait for Shanahan to get so fed up that he quits, Snyder doesn't have to pay out that load of cash.
Faced with the ever-increasing reality that he may not be back as the Redskins' coach next season, Shanahan insisted Monday afternoon that he would indeed like to remain with the team. "You always want to come back," he said. "I love these guys."
The NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee is pulling the plug on tailgating ahead of this season's big game in New Jersey.
Winston, Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel, Alabama's AJ McCarron, Auburn's Tre Mason and Boston College's Andre Williams were named Monday. Six finalists invited to the ceremony in New York are the most since 1994.
Mike Shanahan declined to answer questions about an ESPN report that he nearly quit his job earlier this year.