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LISTEN: McAdoo Talks About Challenge Steelers Offense PresentsThe Steelers have arguably the most talented offensive triplets in the NFL today in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.
Mike-i-Mation: Athletes Who ActIn this animated clip, Mike voices his approval and disapproval of sports stars who have taken a stab at Hollywood.
Ron Darling On WFAN: Mets Should 'Assume That You Get Nothing From Wright'Ron Darling believes the Mets should have extremely low expectations for David Wright in 2017.
Must-See Mike-i-Mation: John Minko Is Old SchoolIn this animated clip, WFAN's Mike Francesa tries to explain to John Minko how much easier his life would be if he used his DVR instead of videotapes.
LISTEN: Victor Cruz Says Giants Won't Get Caught Looking Past SteelersDespite that the Giants have squeaked out most of their wins, sometimes in particularly ugly fashion, wide receiver Victor Cruz says they're a confident bunch.
LISTEN: Eli Manning Says He Wants Class Of '04 QBs To Be Remembered FondlyEli Manning and Ben Roethlisberger are forever linked.

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Wayne, New Jersey, Becomes Football CentralAll four high schools in Wayne -- Wayne Valley, Wayne Hills, Passaic Tech and DePaul Catholic -- are playing this weekend in state or sectional football playoffs.
Sheriff: Joe McKnight Shooting Was 'Road Rage'; Defends CaseThe shooting death of former Jets running back Joe McKnight in a New Orleans suburb was a "road rage" incident that started on a nearby bridge, a sheriff said Friday, as he urged against a rush to judgment and defended his handling of the case.
Chatelain: In New Orleans, McKnight's Gridiron Heroics Won't Be ForgottenBy most accounts, McKnight was the top high school running back in the country as a senior in 2006 and one of the best in U.S. history, some said.
Keidel: Why The Cowboys' Win Streak ContinuesThe Dallas Cowboys are the NFL's best team, thanks to a mature Prescott, a bulldozing Elliott and a stout offensive line.
Mets, Rene Rivera Reach Agreement On 1-Year DealThe Mets acquired Rivera last season after he was released by the Rays. He played in 65 games, batting .222 with six home runs.
Peter Schwartz's Futbol Friday: Red Bulls Assistant Coach Armas Reflects, Looks AheadIt wasn’t easy for Chris Armas to sit in front of his television Wednesday night and watch Toronto beat Montreal to advance to the MLS Cup.

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