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10:25 AM ET, January 17, 2023

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Chris Perkins / Sun-Sentinel:
Grading the Dolphins' 34-31 playoff loss at Buffalo; plus stock up, stock down  —  Sun Sentinel reporters Chris Perkins and David Furones discuss the Miami Dolphins close playoff lose to Bills in Buffalo and clock management issues. (, , /South Florida Sun Sentinel)
Discussion: Boston Herald
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David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins anticipate Tua will be healthy for 2023 season, don't view QB as being prone to concussions  —  Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier makes it clear that Tua Tagovailoa is the starting quarterback in season ending press conference. (, /South Florida Sun Sentinel)
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins compete with heavily-favored Bills, but falter late in first playoff game in six years  —  ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — In the Miami Dolphins' first playoff appearance in six years, the game — and their effort — did not disappoint.  —  But following a comeback to take a lead from starting …
Kenny Rosarion / Sun-Sentinel:
Instant Analysis: Buffalo Bills 34, Miami Dolphins 31  —  Quick thoughts from South Florida Sun Sentinel staffers on the Dolphins' loss to the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium on Sunday in their wild-card playoff game:  —  Saying it was the best Dolphins playoff game in 20 years doesn't do it justice.
Discussion: Mercury News and FanSided
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Tua Tagovailoa expected to be Dolphins' starter next season  —  ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Miami Dolphins are expected to have quarterback Tua Tagovailoa remain the team's starter in the 2023 season.  —  The team's commitment to Tagovailoa was reported by ESPN on Sunday morning ahead …
Bob Nightengale / USA Today:
'I don't understand the Mets': Scott Boras breaks down Carlos Correa saga - Nightengale's Notebook  —  The American Airlines flight landed at 9:41 Wednesday night and Scott Boras walked off the plane at the Santa Ana (Calif.) Airport, still weary after spending the day in Minneapolis …
Ira Winderman / Sun-Sentinel:
Heat unable to overcome early deficit, fall 121-113 in Atlanta despite Butler's 34  —  For weeks, as his team squandered sizable advantages, Erik Spoelstra warned his players no lead should be considered safe.  —  Then the Atlanta Hawks went up 26 on Spoelstra's Heat in Monday's second quarter and the lead proved sufficient.
Discussion: Mercury News and Boston Herald
Garrett Busby / WLBT-TV:
Former Ole Miss, NFL football player arrested for kidnapping  —  RIDGELAND, Miss. (WLBT) - A former Ole Miss and professional football player was arrested and charged with kidnapping Thursday.  —  According to Ridgeland Police Chief Brian Myers, Jerrell Powe, 35, of Buckatunna, Mississippi …
Stefan Bondy / New York Daily News:
Knicks suffer heartbreaking OT loss against Raptors after RJ Barrett's game-tying dunk at end of regulation  —  Six seconds.  —  That was the exact time it took RJ Barrett to grab a rebound and dribble the distance of the court, rim to rim, and deliver the most electric and totally wasted bucket of this Knicks season.
Ken Rosenthal / The Athletic:
Why a Royals-Zack Greinke reunion will likely require both sides to give  —  The Kansas City Royals do not necessarily need Zack Greinke.  Club officials project free agents Ryan Yarbrough and Jordan Lyles will combine for 300 innings.  Greinke would add perhaps another 150 …
Mark Feinsand / MLB.com:
Arbitration roundup: 33 exchange figures  —  More than 200 arbitration-eligible players — a record-high — entered Friday with the hopes of settling on a contract figure for 2023.  The vast majority got their wish, agreeing to a salary for the upcoming season.
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Martin Gallegos / MLB.com:
A's agree with 3 arbitration-eligible players
Derrick Goold / St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Cardinals commit $30 million to dodge arbitration with 7 players, but 2 head for hearings
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors
Hayes Gardner / Baltimore Sun:
Doomed by 98-yard fumble return for TD, Ravens suffer agonizing 24-17 playoff loss to Bengals  —  ExpandAutoplay  —  1 of 33  —  CINCINNATI — The Ravens were knocking on the door of the improbable.  —  Quarterback Tyler Huntley was in the midst of his best performance of the year.
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
‘Elite’ Daniel Jones carries Giants to first playoff win since 2011 in upset of Vikings  —  MINNEAPOLIS — Bring on the Eagles.  The Giants have Daniel Jones.  —  Jones threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for a franchise-record 78 yards.  Saquon Barkley scored twice.
 
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