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2018 Cincinnati Bengals: Why Jessie Bates has a knack for making plays

Close Kurt Tippmann said he already knew how the story ended. He followed aLong t0 the eventual outcome earLier this week as BengaLs’ safetyJessie Bates escribed his steps and body Language in baiting Dolphins’ quarterback Ryan TannehiLL Sure, Tippmann had already watched the play: Bates’ second interception of the season sealed the BengaLs 27-17 victory on Sunday.

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James Bradberry, instead of Josh Norman, quietly makes Panthers better

Oct 11, 2018 David NewtonESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Panthers, NFL for 11 years More than 25 years experience covering NFL, college football and NASCAR Joined ESPN in 2006 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Midway through the third quarter on Sunday, faced with second-and-13 from the Carolina Panthers’ 18-yard line, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

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Brown, Levrone turn heads during Virginia's Pro Day

Former Virginia defensive tackle Andrew Brown’s ascension to the top of NFL Draft boards continued on Thursday morning as scouts from 30 teams converged on the George Welsh Indoor Practice Facility for the Cavaliers’ annual Pro Day. Brown — one of 10 players working out for pro scouts —improved on the 5.03-second 40-yard dash time he posted working out for pro scouts —improved on the 5.03-second 40-yard dash time he posted at the NFL combine.

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Dennis Smith Jr. in shock by damage done to hometown by hurricane

BEVERLY HILLS, California – Dennis Smith Jr. was enjoying one of his last nights before the arrival of Dallas Mavericks training camp with friends at a hip Vietnamese restaurant when his mood suddenly changed. Smith’s cousin, Isaiah Whorley, showed him a cellphone video of a military vehicle submerged in Hurricane Florence floodwaters as it drove through a small town bordering their hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina.

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Dallas Mavericks: Dennis Smith makes the first day of school unforgettable

The Dallas Mavericks continue a summer of hard work in the gym and giving back to the community off the court. Aug. 20 was no different as point guard Dennis Smith Jr. and Mays CEO Cynthia Marshall went out to the Sidney Lanier Expressive Arts Vanguard school to promote fitness and make the children’s first day of the new year special.

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Dennis Smith Jr. becomes youngest Maverick to record triple-double

Dennis Smith Jr. got his first triple double as an NBA player Friday night. “It’s the first of many,” coach Rick Carlisle said.

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Dennis Smith Jr Is About to Take Flight

It’s crazy how often Dennis Smith Jr gets asked about hanging out with J. Cole and about playing with Dirk Nowitzki. Even after a season in the League and a couple of years in the spotlight before that, the journalists in this Las Vegas hotel suite just wanna hear him talk about other people.

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Reliving Dennis Smith Jr.’s final two minutes against the Thunder

The Mavericks had one of their best wins of the season on New Year’s Eve as they beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-113. The fourth quarter was incredibly tight, with neither team able to build more than a five-point lead. But two things about last night’s win really stand out: 1.

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Dennis Smith Jr. Is All the Way Up

Dennis Smith Jr. sits in the second-floor lounge of a luxury apartment building in his new city of Dallas, minutes from his new home away from home, the Dallas Mavericks’ training facility. The bright midday Texas sun is filling the sky. “It’s hot as fish grease out here,” he says.

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The picks, the hits, the moments that defined Kam Chancellor's career

Demaryius Thomas could only pretend to be OK. After the Denver Broncos wide receiver found himself on the wrong end of one of Kam Chancellor’s greatest hits — a tone-setting moment early in Super Bowl. XLVIII — he popped up off the turf, trotted back toward the huddle and casually tossed the ball back to an official.

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Dennis Smith Jr. shines in Mays' win over Pistons with friend J. Cole in the crowd

Dennis Smith Jr. returned Wednesday night from a six-game absence. As if he wasn’t motivated enough, his buddy, favorite hip-hop artist and fellow Fayetteville, N.C., product J. Cole sat near midcourt, celebrating every Smith highlight play. Smith kept giving Cole reasons to cheer.

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Dennis Smith Jr. Is All the Way Up

Jr. joins Currys on Under Armour team The most marketable NBA players are typically guards. Players with the ball in their hands — explosive attackers with an endless flair to their game. As kids look up to and spend endless hours in front-yard hoops emulating their every move, brands are left constantly looking for the next great athletes who can translate into equally great endorsers.

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