Legal Look: The Vikings' reactivation of RB Peterson

Last week, news broke that Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was indicted by a Texas grand jury on a charge of child abuse. The Vikings elected to deactivate Peterson for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots, but announced on Monday the running back would be reactivated for next week's game against the New Orleans Saints. How did we get here and what's next? TSN legal analyst Eric Macramalla explains. ...more

Cullen: Twenty points on NFL's Week 2

It's time for change in D.C., the Vikings face challenges, a lot of notable injuries to runners and receivers and some big ground games Sunday; all this and more in Scott Cullen's 20 Points on Week Two. ...more

Cullen: Notes from the Alberta Analytics Conference

At Calgary's Scotiabank Saddledome over the weekend, about 70 hockey fans and stat heads packed into a conference room to take part in the Alberta Analytics Conference, an opportunity for like-minded people to share ideas about the emerging wave of hockey analytics. Scott Cullen was there and took notes. ...more

Ferguson: Stroman impressive, but Shoemaker is top rookie

Any other year, Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman would be a top-notch candidate for rookie of the year in the American League. I still think he will finish a solid third in the voting, but for the 2014 season, there are really only two stand-alone candidates in Jose Abreu and Matt Shoemaker. TSN baseball analyst Scott Ferguson has more. ...more

MacArthur: In conversation with Jays pitching coach Walker

Before Sunday's series finale against the Rays, sat down with Blue Jays' pitching coach Pete Walker to discuss the state of the starting rotation, which has logged an extraordinary number of innings over the past three weeks. Other topics include the bullpen and the club's plans for Aaron Sanchez in 2015. ...more

MacArthur: Dickey handling Saturday's start like any other

When R.A. Dickey toed the rubber on Saturday afternoon for arguably his most important start since his arrival in Toronto almost two years ago, he wasn't treating the outing differently than any of the other 64 starts he'd made in a Blue Jays uniform. As TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur writes, Dickey keeps things simple despite the pressures of the final month of the season. ...more

Hogan: Argos duo survives bye week adventure

Professional football players are used to being graded for their on-field performances. Two members of the Toronto Argonauts are happy their recent off-field exploits weren't under the same scrutiny. Kicker Swayze Waters and rookie long snapper Jake Reinhart took advantage of the recent bye week to explore the great outdoors. The trip was a resounding success, but at the same time it was almost worthy of the film 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles.' ...more

Siegel: Leafs' Nylander sets sights on first NHL training camp

As TSN Radio 1050's Jonas Siegel writes, the Maple Leafs' rookie tournament in London this weekend is simply the test run before William Nylander's first NHL training camp gets underway next week. A long-shot to make the leap as a teenager, the slyly confident Nylander doesn't intend to temper his expectations. ...more

MacArthur: As rivals square off, Blue Jays must win

This weekend's series against the Tampa Bay Rays is important for the obvious reason: the Blue Jays are running out of time and games to make up the three-and-a-half game deficit for a playoff spot they had entering Friday's action. In addition, as TSN's Scott MacArthur writes, four of the teams competing with the Jays are facing off this weekend. ...more

deVos's Shapes of MLS: Whitecaps finally break scoring drought

The Vancouver Whitecaps ended their four-game scoring drought on Wednesday night at BC Place, where they defeated the struggling San Jose Earthquakes by a score of 2-0. TSN's Jason deVos breaks down the game with Shapes of MLS. ...more

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