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Cruz, Jennings released by Giants

NEW YORK — The New York Giants released wide receiver Victor Cruz and running back Rashad Jennings on Monday, creating significant salary-cap space by parting ways with two veteran members of their offense.

Seahawks add former Viking Walsh

The Seahawks on Thursday signed veteran place kicker Blair Walsh, a move that likely signals the end of the line in Seattle for Steven Hauschka, who has been with the team since 2011 but is now an unrestricted free agent.

Former Knicks star Oakley arrested at game

NEW YORK — Former Knicks forward Charles Oakley had to be restrained by Madison Square Garden security after an altercation in the first quarter of New York’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday.

Speedy additions could make M’s outfield dynamic

Similar to some of the “resolutionaries” in your local gym for the first few weeks of January, the Mariners set a goal of becoming faster and more athletic with their roster the last two offseasons.

Past, present, and future: Can Jean Segura be the best M’s shortstop since A-Rod?

There are just certain positions that some teams struggle to fill. The Mariners’ struggles to find a competent starting catcher since the retirement of Dan Wilson has already been covered here. There have been countless stories written in past years about their difficulty in finding a good left fielder, particularly when the Mariners were experiencing their highest levels of success.

Dempsey plays first half of Sounders’ scrimmage loss

TUCSON, Ariz. — Sounders forward Clint Dempsey took another step towards being able to compete during the regular season, playing the entire first half of his team’s 1-0 loss to the San Jose Earthquakes in a scrimmage in Tucson, Ariz. on Tuesday. Dempsey played just 30 minutes of his team’s pre-season opener on Saturday, so the additional 15 minutes was a positive step. Still, he was kept off the field in the second half as the Sounders continue to ease him slowly back into games.

Rangers bring Napoli back on one-year deal

ARLINGTON, Texas — The Texas Rangers and Mike Napoli agreed to terms on a one-year contract that brings the 35-year-old back for his third stint with the club. The deal is contingent on Napoli passing a physical. Napoli will be utilized as a first baseman and designated hitter for Texas. He was a member of the Rangers in 2011-12 — making his lone All-Star team in 2012 — and again for the latter part of the 2015 campaign.

Bruins fire coach Julien, name Cassidy interim

BOSTON — Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien was fired Tuesday morning after 10 years on the job. Julien, 56, had been the NHL's longest-tenured coach and is the Bruins' all-time leader in coaching victories with 419. He guided the team to a Stanley Cup championship in 2011, the Bruins' first title in 39 years.

Storm add Swords in trade

SEATTLE — The Storm upgraded its front line with a three-team trade that brings in fifth-year veteran Carolyn Swords, a 6-foot-6 center who started the past two seasons with the New York Liberty.

Green tirade directed at Durant on purpose

OAKLAND — The verbal altercation between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green on Saturday was nothing more than an attempt by Green to light a fire under his superstar teammate, league sources told ESPN on Tuesday.

Quinn’s ‘all in, all the time,’ and he’ll have Falcons ready

HOUSTON — The young coach was relentless. Dan Quinn called San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Jim Mora Jr. so much he could recite the office number backward. When that didn't work, Quinn turned to his sister-in-law, who worked with Mora's wife. Rarely has an entry-level job been so coveted.

Falcons’ Ryan wins MVP

HOUSTON — Matt Ryan was named NFL Most Valuable Player during the league’s primetime awards show on the eve of Super Bowl LI on Saturday. Ryan is the first MVP in Atlanta Falcons history.