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Giants made a mistake by not tagging Collins

Whether they want to admit it or not, the New York Giants are a football team that is currently in rebuild mode. Unlike many other rebuilding teams, however, the team was lucky enough to be blessed with three phenomenal young talents at marquee positions: Odell Beckham Jr. at wide receiver, Saquon Barkley at running back and Landon Collins at safety.

Zuccarello exemplified what it means to be model New York athlete

It was just hours after the New York Rangers — also known as the Blueshirts — defeated their Hudson River rivals, the New Jersey Devils, on the Madison Square Garden ice on Feb. 23. Pure elation turned into shock, sadness and nostalgia, however. On that very same night, the Rangers traded longtime fan favorite Mats Zuccarello to the Dallas Stars. While the move was expected, as Zuccarello was a pending unrestricted free agent, it still hit Ranger fans extremely hard.

Padres set for long-term success following Machado signing

Manny Machado made sports history last week after signing the most lucrative free agent deal in North American sports history. The massive 10-year deal he inked with San Diego is worth $300 million in its entirety and sends a strong message to the rest of the MLB that the Padres are almost ready to compete. While few are anticipating them to win the division in 2019, it might not be long before the perennial basement dwellers of the NL West pose a serious challenge to those at the top.

NBA All-Star weekend shines brighter light on free-agency's effects

The 2019 NBA All-Star weekend has come and gone, and while the high-flying escapades of Hamidou Diallo vaulting over Shaquille O’Neal and Giannis Antetokounmpo for a tomahawk jam will be the freshest in the mind of the fans, the long-term ramifications of this weekend brings to light an inevitable truth about the association — free agency has taken precedence over the game itself.

AAF primed for success

The Alliance of American Football could be the first professional football league that coexists with the NFL. This is due to the AAF not wanting to compete with the NFL but instead be a complement to it.