Category Archives: U.S SPORTS CORRESPONDENT

NFL Review

By The US Sports Correspondent The NFL preseason finished on Saturday. So with that having been completed I thought it would be a good time to review every team’s training camp and pre-season games as well as free agent acquisitions. … Continue reading

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NFL DRAFT RE-CAP – NFC EAST AND NORTH

By The US Sports Correspondent NFC EAST Dallas – The Cowboys selected Tyron Smith as their first draft pick. Smith is an offensive tackle with great athleticism, strength and power and he should be able to play a role with … Continue reading

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AFC WEST

AFC WEST By the US Sports Correspondent Denver – The Broncos drafted the best linebacker that was available with pick number 2. Von Miller is expected to start at the beginning of the season and is to be a nightmare … Continue reading

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NFL Draft AFC SOUTH

By the US Sports Corresondent Houston – The Texans focused on drafting defensive players to help compliment an offence that last season gained the third highest average yards per game. They drafted a defensive end with its first pick to … Continue reading

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NFL Draft AFC NORTH

By The US Sports Correspondent The NFL Draft was held over the three days in late April. Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll go through what the trades mean to each team. AFC NORTH Baltimore – The Ravens used … Continue reading

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NFL Draft AFC EAST

By The US Sports Correspondent The NFL Draft was held over the three days in late April. Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll go through what the trades mean to each team. AFC AFC EAST Buffalo – Buffalo made … Continue reading

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No Cap for Footy Departments!

By The US Sports Correspondent There has been much written recently about the possibility of capping the amount of money spent on the Football Departments of AFL clubs. The reason for capping Football Department spending is valid but, is it … Continue reading

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NBA Playoffs Preview

By USA Sports Correspondent, Michael Dansey With the NBA regular season wrapping up after today, I thought that it would be timely to write up a piece previewing the playoffs. EASTERN CONFERENCE 1. Chicago  (Regular season record: 62-20) At the … Continue reading

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March USA Sports Wrap

By the U.S Sports Correspondent The idea of this column is to make it easier for Australian’s to follow US Sports and to help people track the progress of Australians playing over there.  It is also hoped that the column … Continue reading

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