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Giants Thursday Injury Update: Ahmad Bradshaw Out Indefinitely, Hakeem Nicks Misses Second Straight Practice

Patriots Thursday Injury Report: Wes Welker Returns, Albert Haynesworth Limited

Red Sox Fire Strength And Conditioning Coach Dave Page, Assistant Athletic Trainer Greg Barajas

After speculation that several members of the Red Sox fell out of shape during their September collapse, the Red Sox fired strength and conditioning coach Dave Page on Wednesday, as well as assistant athletic trainer Greg Barajas.

Red Sox And Cubs Given Another Week To Agree On Theo Epstein Compensation

Patriots Wednesday Injury Update: Wes Welker Misses Practice, Albert Haynesworth Returns To Full Participation

The New England Patriots were without wide receiver Wes Welker at Wednesday practice, as well as linebacker Dane Fletcher. Defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth practiced fully.

Patriots Wide Receiver Wes Welker Misses Practice Wednesday With Neck Injury

New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker missed practice Wednesday with a neck injury suffered this past Sunday against the Steelers.

Giants Safety Antrel Rolle Not Worried About Wes Walker Matchup

Giants safety Antrel Rolle said he doesn't expect Patriots wideout Wes Welker to give him trouble Sunday.

Celtics Glen Davis To Players: "Take 51 Percent Of BRI And Let's Play"

Celtics Glen Davis To Players: "Take 51 Percent Of BRI And Let's Play"

Marco Scutaro Will Be Starting Shortstop, Red Sox GM Ben Cherington Says

Marco Scutaro will go into spring training as the starting shortstop for the Red Sox, general manager Ben Cherington said Tuesday.

Red Sox And Cubs Might Have Leeway With Nov. 1 Deadline For Theo Epstein Compensation Deal