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Ask Gary: Once again, the Juice is loose

July 22, 2017 College Sports in Florida

(Each week, the readers take over GarySheltonsports.com and play Ask Gary. They send in a question, or a couple, on Thursday night or Friday morning and we all talk about the world of sports.  Think of it as a radio show where you don’t have to be on hold. Join us and ask a question, make a comment […]

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Ask the expert: Jerry Angelo

July 20, 2017 general

Jerry Angelo is a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo answers your questions regarding the NFL. Send your questions to GarySheltonsports@gmail.com with “ask the expert” in the subject line. The most interesting questions will be selected. Thursday, 4 a.m. With the Panthers firing Dave Gettleman […]

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How safety shakes out could be key for Bucs

July 20, 2017 general

Thursday, 3 a.m. Here on the brink of training camp, there are a few questions we want to know about the Tampa Bay Bucs. Who’s going to win the placekicking job – misguided Roberto Aguayo or Nick Folk. How will the running back rotation work for three weeks while Doug Martin is in his league-induced […]

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In the season of hunting G.M.s, Licht should be safe

July 19, 2017 general

Wednesday, 4 a.m. The picks have been drafted, and wasn’t it amazing that every athlete fell just perfectly to the team? The free agents are on board. Most of the new contracts have been sorted. Yeah, it’s a dangerous time of year for an NFL general manager, isn’t it? And the owners aren’t shooting blanks. […]

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Sports has given us a century’s worth of memories

July 17, 2017 College Sports in Florida

eMonday, 4 a.m. Joe Montana, leading his team to a comeback in Super Bowl XXIII…Reggie Jackson, exploding at the plate in the ’77 World Series. Michael Phelps, splashing his way to another gold medal…Michael Jordan, his tongue hanging out, hitting from the top of the key to claim another NBA title…Serena Williams, stuffing her trophy […]

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Say what? The quotes that came before the decisions

June 23, 2017 general

Friday, 4 a.m. It sounded like a good idea at the time. Before there was the action, there had to be a thought. Someone had to think that the worst follies in the history of sports were actually good ideas. Someone had to feel smarter than everyone else. Only they weren’t. Still, before you charge […]

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Ask the expert: Jerry Angelo

June 22, 2017 general

Jerry Angelo is a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo answers your questions regarding the NFL. Send your questions to GarySheltonsports@gmail.com with “ask the expert” in the subject line. The most interesting questions will be selected. Thursday, 4 a.m. I would be a lousy scout. […]

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Sapp joins fight to preserve health of ex-players

June 21, 2017 general

Wednesday, 4 a.m. Warren Sapp is donating his brain to science which, by the way, should make some scientists awfully nervous. After all, they first have to decide whether to operate or to exorcise. No one knows what’s going to fly out when they cut into his head. Yeah, you understand why the internet is […]

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Random thoughts: Winston has to rank higher

June 18, 2017 general

According to the Sporting News, Jameis Winston is the number (cough) 17 quarterback in the NFL. That isn’t that much higher than the Bears’ Mike Glennon (27th) and the Jets’ Josh McCown (32nd). Among the quarterbacks the website likes better are Eli Manning, Dak Prescott, Alex Smith and Marcus Mariota. All of that’s kind of […]

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Winston needs to cut down on turnovers, not TDs

June 16, 2017 general

Friday, 2 a.m. Efficient is a good word. Careful, maybe. Surgical. On the other hand, no one wants Jameis Winston to be safe. It’s a dirty word. The guy’s a quarterback, not an insurance salesman. “There’s such a fine line, because you want to protect the football but at the same time you want to […]

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