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Inside the NFL's offensive landscape: Will last season's trends continue in 2019?

7:30 AM ET Kevin SeifertNFL Nation Close ESPN.com national NFL writer ESPN.com NFC North reporter, 2008-2013 Covered Vikings for Minneapolis Star Tribune, 1999-2008 Perhaps you remember the offensive explosion of 2018. Teams were scoring at a record pace, mostly because of highly efficient passing attacks and a reimagined role for running backs. The NFL rejoiced …

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The plucky underdog story of the year? The Yankees, of course!

If we’d known Cameron Maybin and Gio Urshela would play this much for the 2019 Yankees, would anyone have believed the Bombers would be running away with the AL East?  10:00 AM ET Sam MillerESPN.com Close ESPN baseball columnist/feature writerFormer editor-in-chief of Baseball ProspectusCo-author of “The Only Rule Is It Has To Work” The incredible …

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Broncos' Sanders has highlight-reel grab in return

12:34 AM ET DENVER — Eight months and 14 days after Emmanuel Sanders suffered a torn Achilles tendon, the Denver Broncos receiver was back in uniform on Monday, helmet on, making tacklers miss. Sanders, who suffered his injury in a Dec. 5 practice, has promised throughout the Broncos’ offseason program as well as training camp …

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Carrasco pitches for 1st time since diagnosis

9:48 PM ET Associated Press AKRON, Ohio — Carlos Carrasco shook off some nerves and returned to the mound. Two months after he was diagnosed with leukemia, everything felt mostly normal for the Cleveland Indians right-hander. “It was really special today,” Carrasco said. “Just coming back today out of the bullpen, it feels great.” Carrasco, …

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The Red Sox are (basically) toast: What losing Chris Sale means for 2019 and beyond

10:00 AM ET It’s never a good sign for any baseball team — let alone a defending World Series champion with a mostly returning roster — to be treating games in mid-August like it’s the middle of October. The Boston Red Sox were forced to show their hand in a three-game set against the Cleveland …

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