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6:05 PM ET, January 11, 2023

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David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins' Terron Armstead opted against surgery to push through season, trying to play vs. Bills  —  The Sun Sentinel's Chris Perkins and David Furones discuss what the Miami Dolphins need to accomplish to win Sunday's playoff game against the Bills in Buffalo. (, /South Florida Sun Sentinel)
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Dave Hyde / Sun-Sentinel:
The Dolphins have a cold-hearted decision to make involving Tua Tagovailoa coming up  —  Miami Gardens — Here's the worst part of Wednesday: You know what the Miami Dolphins have to do this offseason.  You don't know if they'll actually do it, because, well, look at their past 20 years of wrong-way quarterback decisions.
Discussion: Palm Beach Post and Boston Herald
Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa ruled out for wild-card playoff game at Buffalo  —  Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel rules quarterback Tua Tagovailoa out for Sunday's playoff game against the Buffalo Bills.  Preparing with Thompson as QB.  (South Florida Sun Sentinel)
Keven Lerner / Sun-Sentinel:   Dolphins-Bills predictions: Will Miami pull off huge upset in Buffalo?
The Athletic:
Carlos Correa, Twins accelerate talks as deal with Mets remains in limbo  —  The possibility of a stunning reunion between Carlos Correa and the Twins is increasing, team sources said Monday night.  —  With the status of the mega-deal he agreed to with the New York Mets last month unresolved …
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ESPN:
Inside Carlos Correa free agency saga that led back to Twins  —  MLB, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins  —  When Carlos Correa agreed to terms with the New York Mets, his agent called it Correamas Day, but for those who have been following the saga leading …
Jon Heyman / New York Post:
Carlos Correa opens serious talks with Twins in growing Mets concern
Ira Winderman / Sun-Sentinel:
Winderman's view: A Dewayne Dedmon defining (and closing?) moment after Heat ejection  —  MIAMI — Observations and other notes of interest from Tuesday night's 112-111 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder:  — As compelling a win as there has been this season.
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Ira Winderman / Sun-Sentinel:
With Heat short on bodies and composure, Jimmy Butler saves night in 112-111 win over Thunder  —  MIAMI — Tuesday night's 112-111 victory over the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder just about summed up the Miami Heat's season.  —  There were the requisite injury absences …
Associated Press:
Red Sox's Trevor Story has elbow surgery, to miss most of season  —  BOSTON — Trevor Story had surgery on his throwing elbow and is expected to miss most — if not all — of this season, delaying the Boston Red Sox's plan to shift him across the infield to replace Xander Bogaerts at shortstop.
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Julian McWilliams / The Boston Globe:
Red Sox can't bank on Trevor Story playing in 2023 after elbow surgery  —  Trevor Story's injury-riddled Red Sox tenure continues.  —  The 30-year-old, who was aiming to be the team's starting shortstop in 2023, underwent an internal bracing procedure on the ulnar collateral ligament …
Nathaniel Percy / Orange County Register:
Southern California battered by storm, heavier rain expected later today  —  A strong storm system continued to dump buckets of rain onto Southern California early Tuesday, Jan. 10, continuing to batter a region already hampered by flooding and debris flows.
Colleen Kane / Chicago Tribune:
Ryan Poles says the Chicago Bears are ‘excited’ to see Justin Fields develop as the starting QB in 2023, but improved passing is needed  —  ExpandAutoplay  —  1 of 187  —  Bears quarterback Justin Fields walks off the field after a 29-13 loss to the Vikings at Soldier Field on Jan. 8, 2023.
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Brad Biggs / Chicago Tribune:
Justin Fields would have liked to catch Lamar Jackson, but 'if there was one record I'd like to break, it'd be a passing record,' the Chicago Bears QB says
Discussion: Chicago Sun-Times
Khobi Price / Orlando Sentinel:
Magic can't keep pace with Kings' lethal offense  —  The Orlando Magic didn't consistently find answers to slow down the Sacramento Kings' high-octane offense in Monday's 136-11 loss at Golden 1 Center.  —  The Kings picked the Magic apart early.  They took advantage of Orlando's lackadaisical point …
Discussion: Boston Herald and Seattle Sports
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Khobi Price / Orlando Sentinel:
Magic's Bol Bol clears health and safety protocols, rejoining Orlando Tuesday
Discussion: Denver Post
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Julia Poe / Chicago Tribune:
Alex Caruso's return against the Boston Celtics signals an improved durability in his 2nd season with the Chicago Bulls
Discussion: Bleacher Nation
 
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