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Entering the third year of his four-year rookie contract, Coleman recently told ClevelandBrowns.com that he knew the 2018 season would have to be an important one for him. As for the Browns, they now have traded or released every first-round pick they drafted between 2009 and 2016. He was selected by the Browns after they sent their number 2 overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles .
  • David Luiz has important role at Chelsea - Sarri

    David Luiz has important role at Chelsea - Sarri

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    The futures of Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante have been the subject of speculation, too, with both set to return this weekend but not in time to feature in Sunday's Community Shield with Manchester City . A man who worked with the highly-rated keeper as part of Roberto Martinez's backroom team at World Cup 2018 told talkSPORT when asked if he expects a move to be made: "I think definitely in Thibaut's case".
  • Sampdoria poke fun at Cristiano with Ronaldo Vieira signing

    Sampdoria poke fun at Cristiano with Ronaldo Vieira signing

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    More management upheaval has left the Whites starting over again so there is a feeling of stepping into the unknown once more as their new Championship season kicks off this Sunday with a home game against relegated Stoke City. The Genoa-based club posted a tweet which featured a silhouetted player against the backdrop of the word Ronaldo in large letters - and the word Vieira in tiny ones underneath - and the message: BREAKING #Sampdoria sign #Ronaldo.
  • Lampard gets perfect start as manager

    Lampard gets perfect start as manager

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    After 30 minutes, Derby had enjoyed 70 per cent of possession, yet Reading centre-back Paul McShane had touched the ball just five times. "We are both the same". "I want energy, hard work and aggression". "But to be honest, I haven't had the time". "Two decent sides, two young managers with the desire to do well so really looking forward to it".
  • Andy Murray breaks down in tears after gruelling 3am victory

    Andy Murray breaks down in tears after gruelling 3am victory

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    It's not good for fans, TV. The match in the United States capital lasted three hours and two minutes and finished just after 0300 local time, and Murray buried his head in his towel at the conclusion of the match, apparently sobbing. Up next for Murray will be a meeting with rising Australian star Alex de Minaur , who came from a set down to upset South Korean Hyeon Chung 2-6 6-4 6-2.
  • Brilliant Battaash bounces back

    Brilliant Battaash bounces back

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    Trained by Charlie Appleby and ridden by William Buick, the 4-1 chance improved on her second places in both the Oaks at Epsom and the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot to claim the second Group One success of her career. The complexion of the race was accurately forecast by Bawtry-based Griffiths in The Yorkshire Post yesterday when he said Battaash would be unbeatable if he was in peak condition - and so it proved.
  • Two Croatian fans stabbed in Glasgow before Europa League game

    Two Croatian fans stabbed in Glasgow before Europa League game

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    Gerrard is certainly not underestimating the scale of the task facing his team in the Granite City after watching Aberdeen push Premier League side Burnley close on Thursday night, before suffering Europa League heartache in extra-time. Frank Ross and Greg Tansey (both groin) join long-term knee-injury victim Mark Reynolds on the absentee list. Steven Gerrard refused to be drawn on a potential Rangers title challenge on Friday, saying the club are under enough pressure already as fans' ...
  • Mass brawl outside Rangers' Ibrox stadium in Glasgow ahead of Osijek game

    Mass brawl outside Rangers' Ibrox stadium in Glasgow ahead of Osijek game

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    Outside the ground however, clashes prior to the game saw two men seriously injured, with Scottish Police confirming that they suffered stab wounds. "But the team will change and we'll treat things as we go along, there's going to be a lot of games coming up". Meanwhile, Twitter user Barney Stinson is looking forward towards seeing a few "good ol'fashioned crosses" coming into the box this season.
  • Johanna Konta denied by Elise Me in Silicon Valley Classic

    Johanna Konta denied by Elise Me in Silicon Valley Classic

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    Unseeded Maria Sakkari of Greece delivered a thrilling encore performance to her previous upset over Venus Williams to beat Danielle Collins and reach her first WTA final at the Silicon Valley Classic on Saturday. "She played really well in the second set and then in the third set, it was just a momentum swing, up-and-down and emotions". She closed out Collins by winning the final six points.
  • Manchester United turned down opportunity to sign Arturo Vidal

    Manchester United turned down opportunity to sign Arturo Vidal

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    United have reportedly held talks over Toby Alderweireld , Harry Maguire and Yerry Mina in recent weeks but Boateng has also been touted as a prime target by the media and it seems the Manchester giants have been given the chance to sign the 2014 World Cup victor.
  • Keys withdraws from Silicon Valley Classic

    Keys withdraws from Silicon Valley Classic

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    Watson, who lost in straight sets at 2014 Beijing in their only previous meeting, offered a consistent performance on return throughout the second set and used her backhand to put pressure on that side. Williams, 38, had raced into an early lead against Watson in San Jose, but the British player rallied in the second set to level the match. "There were times when I had no answers".
  • Formula One legend Niki Lauda undergoes successful lung transplant - hospital

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    The lung transplant, which was performed by Walter Klepetko, Head of the Clinical Department of Thoracic Surgery, and Konrad Hotzenecker, came after the Austrian was taken ill during a holiday in Ibiza. Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda has undergone a lung transplant. The poisonous gases inhaled during his 1976 accident - where rescuers took nearly a minute to pull him from his burning vehicle - have caused a steady decline in the strength of his lungs.
  • Japan forward Muto joins Newcastle from Mainz

    Japan forward Muto joins Newcastle from Mainz

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    With the transfer deadline just six days away and his contract approaching its past year, Benítez aired his concern about the current situation and admitted he was fearful about the oncoming season: "The fans have to be concerned, we are concerned".