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1/31/18 - Mark Levin Audio Rewind
On Wednesday’s Mark Levin show, President Trump’s State of the Union address was outstanding and Reaganesque overall, despite some substantive disagreements with the president’s espoused approaches to immigration, infrastructure, and paid family leave. But despite the uplifting, bipartisan tone of ...
Dream interpretation - unlocking the secrets of our dreams.
Jason Hawes & V Johnson welcome dream interpreter Cindy McGill. Cindy discusses the meaning of our dreams, and the importance of paaying attention to the messages. Cindy takes calls and offers guidance to listeners. 12/6/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Cleveland Browns release quarterback Robert Griffin III
Los Angeles Chargers. The quarterback completed 87 of 147 passes for 886 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions, according to ESPN . Griffin's release frees up $6,984,375 of salary cap space for the Browns, ESPN reports.
Houston Texans trade quarterback Brock Osweiler to Cleveland
He was benched with two games remaining in favor of backup Tom Savage. Cleveland has plenty of money under the NFL's salary cap to take on Osweiler's contract and gains an asset in the form of a third second-round draft pick. Houston, meanwhile
Dwyane Wade Leaving Miami Heat for Chicago Bulls
ESPN Wednesday night that Wade is “on the verge of a deal with the Bulls,” who first need to complete trades to clear salary cap space for Wade’s addition to the team. Wade played for the Heat for 13 years, adopting Miami as his hometown. Called South Florida
StubHub Deal Makes Philadelphia 76ers First Team Declare Jersey Sponsor
teams and a revenue-sharing pool. The pool will be divided among the teams’ players, with contributions toward a rising salary cap . With exception of jerseys sold at home games, Jerseys sold in national retail stores will not display logos from the teams
Minnesota Vikings Release Wide Receiver Mike Wallace After One Year
wide receiver Mike Wallace has been released. The team announced the news on Tuesday and will now have $11.5 million in salary cap space for next season without the 29-year-old. During his short run with the Vikings, Wallace caught 39 passes for 473