Making A Case For Clint Robinson

Clint Robinson

Let me preface the following bullet points by saying that I am in no way suggesting that Clint Robinson starts next season on an MLB roster.  In all likelihood, the Kansas City Royals will be protecting Robinson on their 40-man roster by the middle of November 2010, preventing Robinson from being grabbed by another team…
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The Significance of a Super Bowl in a Cold City like New York

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The NFL owners voting to have an outdoor Super Bowl in the Meadowlands in 2014 is a drastic change to professional sports, which deserves a closer look at exactly what it means for the future of neutral site games. Other then the Super Bowl, the other major sporting events to play on a neutral court/field…
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The NFL Takes to the Cage

jared allen

Kudos to the Atlanta Falcons for being the first professional sports team to implement their own team-sponsored MMA training program in their off-season workouts. This is a voluntary workout program run by MMAthletics, a company founded by FOX Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer and UFC legend Randy Couture. As the popularity of the UFC and…
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Ask The Expert: Joseph McAuliffe, Edge Sports Academy


The most recent Ask The Expert is up at  Matthew Allinson hosted a certified strength and conditioning specialist named Joseph McAuliffe.  McAuliffe has been a fitness professional for almost a quarter of a century and is the Program Director of Edge Sports Academy and Health Club in Eatontown, NJ. He has trained over 300 Division…
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Football Players May Be Tough as Nails, but They’re Not Invincible


This is a guest post from Albert Elias – President of Elias Sports Management, LLC. Follow Albert and 50+ other sports agents who are active on Twitter on the Master Twitter List of Sports Agents. Each of my NFL clients at Elias Sports Management has only one body.  And if they go out there on the field…
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Grading The Jennings Experiment

brandon jennings

Being fully aware that it is still too early to deem Brandon Jennings‘ year overseas as a complete success, at this point in the season, he certainly is off to a promising start. Just a few days after an impressive 32 point, 9 assist performance against Chauncey Billups and the Nuggets, Brandon Jennings dropped an insane stat line. 55…
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Pete Parise Receives Biomechanical Analysis

DARI Sports

Before Pete Parise finally left to Puerto Rico last Friday, he had been training nonstop, trying to get his body into even better shape for the start of next season.  He had been doing his training at Athletes Advantage, a state of the art indoor sports performance training facility located in South Florida.  On October…
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Jeremy Tyler Already Has His Doubters

You have heard of Brandon Jennings.  He had problems attaining the requisite scores to go to a D1 school and decided to play his first year out of high school overseas.  His struggles were documented, but he was still a lottery pick of the Milwaukee Bucks.  There were many doubters.  He has shut them up…
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The UFC’s Heavyweight Dilemma


Being a fan of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and more specifically, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), I have followed the sport closely and admired the skill and level of the athletes involved and the business savvy of the people in charge. MMA is an emerging sport around the world with the UFC being the number…
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Ask The Expert: Alfred Ball, Lifemoves Health and Rehabilitation

Alfred Ball

The first Ask The Expert piece was hosted on AccessAthletes.  The second one was done here at SAB.  Now, we are back to AccessAthletes with a new expert: Alfred Ball.  Ball, a registered Kinesiologist, Facial Stretch Therapist, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, is the Founder and President of Lifemoves® Health and Rehabilitation, a health,…
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