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Tony Romo could see Bill Belichick coaching 'all the way until we put him in the ground'

29 days ago   |   By Comcast SportsNet

RUMFORD, Rhode Island - Tony Romo never played for Bill Belichick, but he has had an opportunity to pick Belichick's brain several times over the course of the last couple of years. Since he became a color commentator for CBS, Romo - along with play-by-play man Jim Nantz and others - has been able to sit with Belichick during production meetings ahead of CBS broadcasts of Patriots games. Those are generally relaxed settings where Belichick will provide insight on his team, its season, upcoming matchups. Whatever might help the broadcast.
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Angels give up on Matt Harvey, drop pitcher from roster

Angels give up on Matt Harvey, drop pitcher from roster

SEATTLE - The Los Angeles Angels gave up on their $11 million investment in Matt Harvey, designating the 30-year-old right-hander for assignment on Friday. Read more ...

Braves edge Nationals on Donaldson's hit in ninth

Braves edge Nationals on Donaldson's hit in ninth

ATLANTA - Josh Donaldson's bases-loaded single off Fernando Rodney in the ninth inning lifted the Atlanta Braves over the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Friday night after Luke... Read more ...

Maxim Dadashev to have brain surgery after vicious loss to Subriel Matias

Maxim Dadashev to have brain surgery after vicious loss to Subriel Matias

After eleven rounds of punishment at the hands of Subriel Matias, Maxim Dadashev needed to be rushed to the hospital and prepare to have surgery. Read more ...

Giants win 7th straight thanks to botched play by Mets

Giants win 7th straight thanks to botched play by Mets

SAN FRANCISCO - Alex Dickerson raced home from first on a botched fly ball to shallow left field with two outs in the 10th inning and the San Francisco Giants won their... Read more ...

Martinez, Cards score 10 runs in 6th, rally past Reds 12-11

Martinez, Cards score 10 runs in 6th, rally past Reds 12-11

CINCINNATI - Jose Martinez homered and singled during a 10-run rally in the sixth inning and the St. Louis Cardinals overcame a seven-run deficit Friday night for a wild 12-11... Read more ...

Tyreek Hill cleared by NFL to return to Kansas City Chiefs roster

Tyreek Hill cleared by NFL to return to Kansas City Chiefs roster

NFL announces that it "cannot conclude" that Tyreek Hill violated the league's Personal Conduct Policy. Read more ...

Semien 3 extra-base hits, surging A's beat Twins 5-3

Semien 3 extra-base hits, surging A's beat Twins 5-3

MINNEAPOLIS - Marcus Semien led off the game with a home run and later tripled and homered as the Oakland Athletics kept rolling, topping the Minnesota Twins 5-3 on a... Read more ...

Wizards reportedly promote Tommy Sheppard to general manager, remove interim tag

Wizards reportedly promote Tommy Sheppard to general manager, remove interim tag

Tommy Sheppard was named the interim GM when Ernie Grunfeld was fired in April. Read more ...

Former NFL player, Super Bowl champ Mitch Petrus dies from heat stroke at age 32

Former NFL player, Super Bowl champ Mitch Petrus dies from heat stroke at age 32

The 32-year-old had been working outside all day, a coroner said. Read more ...

Jim Herman takes 2nd-round lead in Barbasol Championship

Jim Herman takes 2nd-round lead in Barbasol Championship

NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. - Jim Herman shot his second straight 7-under 65 on Friday to take the second-round lead in the PGA Tour's Barbasol Championship. Read more ...