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Sunday
May102015

Broncos Rookie TE Tears ACL, Will Miss 2015 Season

IStockPhoto/Thinkstock(DENVER) -- Denver Broncos rookie tight end Jeff Heuerman tore his left ACL during Saturday's rookie minicamp practice and will miss the 2015 season, according to the team.

Heuerman was a third-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft.  He became the second rookie to suffer a season-ending ACL tear during a non-contact practice.  The Jacksonville Jaguars' third overall pick, Dante Fowler Jr., suffered a torn ACL on Friday and is also expected to miss the 2015 season.

The Broncos were in jerseys and shorts for an afternoon workout. Heuerman was in the open field during a special-teams drill; he planted his left leg to cut and his knee buckled.  He was taken for an MRI Saturday evening, and it confirmed the initial diagnosis by the team's training staff that he had torn the ACL.


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Wednesday
Oct082014

Ronnie Brown Back with the Chargers

Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images(SAN DIEGO) -- Due to all of their injuries at running back, the San Diego Chargers decided to bring back former Bolt running back Ronnie Brown.

The 32-year-old Brown started this season with the Houston Texans playing in three games before being released last week.

Brown, who played for the Chargers during the 2012-13 seasons, joins a San Diego squad that has lost starting running back Ryan Matthews and backups Danny Woodhead and Donald Brown to injuries. He will compete with Branden Oliver and Shaun Draughn for playing time.

During Brown's 10 season NFL career, he has rushed for 5,332 yards and 38 touchdowns, while also catching 242 balls for 1,927 yards and two touchdowns.

The Chargers waived linebacker Kevin Reddick to make room for Brown.


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Saturday
Dec222012

Jeremy Bonderman Signs Minor League Deal With Mariners

Major League Baseball(SEATTLE, Wash.) -- The Seattle Mariners signed former Detroit Tigers pitcher Jeremy Bonderman to a minor league contract and gave him an invitation to spring training.

The 30-year-old Bonderman is a Washington native. He last pitched in the major's in 2010 going 8-10, with a 5.53 ERA.

Bonderman has had multiple arm problems. In 2008 his season was cut short due to a blood clot in his right shoulder. He returned in 2009 making one start before being shut down due to shoulder pain. In 2010 he suffered an elbow injury during off-season workouts and decided to retire.

After a couple seasons of retirement, Bonderman decided he wanted to return to the diamond and had Tommy John surgery in April.

In eight seasons with the Tigers, Bonderman went 67-77 with a 4.89 ERA and a 1.40 WHIP.

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Tuesday
Jan242012

Injuries Can't Stop the Celtics from Destroying the Magic

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(BOSTON) --  The Boston Celtics haven't played very well this season. That is just one of the reasons that makes the C's ability to hold the Orlando Magic to a franchise worst 56 points during an 87-56 victory so surprising.

Boston was also playing without starters Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo and three bench players. That is when you need your captain to step up, and Paul Pierce did, scoring 19 points, grabbing five rebounds and dishing out seven assists in the victory.

The Magic will get a chance to exact some revenge on the Celtics, when they face off again on Thursday, in Orlando.

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