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Cam Newton excited to make Patriots debut: 'I don't get butterflies, I give 'em'

  • Night net Patriots Patriots v Dolphins Dolphins American Football Patriots quarterback Cam Newton said he is excited to make his first appearance for the iconic Night net franchise, playing down any nerves ahead of the showdown against the Dolphins.Newton will debut for the Patriots on Sunday after signing a one-year deal following his release from the Panthers in March. The 2015 Night net MVP is filling the void left by Tom Brady in New England after the legendary quarterback's move to the Buccaneers.Night net PREDICTIONS: Patriots final record projection, Super Bowl odds Newton has been hindered by injuries in recent years, with the 31-year-old limited to just two games in 2019 following a Lisfranc fracture."Excitement level is on 1,000," Newton, entering his 10th Night net season, said Thursday. "I'm excited, happy. Just to get back into the rhythm of game week — the preparation, the little nuggets that you can often forget."You have to remember, I've been away from football, really, for a full year. I h夜网论坛aven't really had this whole process for a long t[......]

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    free agency: Korean righty Suk-Min Yoon drawing interest

  • Suk-Min Yoon. For those in the know, this South Korean righthander is a wanted man in baseball.How wanted? Reports indicate six teams are interested in signing Yoon, a 27-year-old free agent. Just where he might夜网论坛 land is as big an issue as what he might do for an club. He was a starter, winning MVP honors in the Korean league in 2011, before a shoulder problem limited him to relief work in 2013. Teams will want to make sure he's healthy, which is why he might come at a relatively low price. Yoon is in the States working out to showcase himself. Teams saw him earlier in the World Baseball Classic.Who's interested? The Minnesota Twins are mentioned as possibilities for a flock of pitchers and are known to be looking for two starters for next season. Figuring Ricky Nolasco, signed this week, is one of them, their search includes free agents from Bronson Arroyo to a return by Johan Santana. There's also a report afloat the Twins have turned this attention to Phil Hughes, formerly with the New York Yankees.Like Nolasco, Yoon would be a mid-pack starter at best. Teams might envision the next coming of Hyun-jin Ryu, who was strong for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012.Yoon is represented by agent Scott Boras, which might explain why the Twins haven't closed a deal on a pitcher they've been weighing for some time.The Chicago Cubs also are watching Yoon, and at least four other teams reportedly are interested.[......]

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    Examining the cancer that killed Tony Gwynn

  • Tony Gwynn broke every mold.A heavy guy with terrible knees, he was a base-stealing, batting title-winning Hall of Famer, and he died this week at 54. He’d spent the last four years fighting parotid cancer, and while his smokeless tobacco habit has been extensively eyeballed as the cause, there’s no definitive evidence linking the two. Gwynn had none of the risk factors for parotid cancer — he hadn’t been exposed to radiation, asbestos, or rubber manufacturing, he wasn’t a miner, and he wasn’t elderly. Make no mistake — smokeless tobacco is absolutely linked to other oral cancers, pancreatic cancer, and a variety of horrible oral lesions even more disgusting than the tobacco itself.MORE: Gwynn's legacy | Memorable images 夜网论坛 That's your parotid, and there's important stuff under there. (Source: docstock.com)The parotid gland is the largest of the salivary glands and sits on either side of your face over the angle of your jaw. It makes saliva, plus enzymes that begin the breakdown of starches. The problem with the parotid is the number of very important, very complicated, very necessary structures that run through it. Among them, the external carotid artery and the facial nerve, which is responsible for facial expressions, taste and bossing several glands around. Given Gwynn’s history of surgery for several non-cancerous parotid growths, and radiation and surgery for his parotid cancer, it’s not hard to see the origin of his complications. He temporarily lost his smile[......]

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