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  • Lombardi: ‘tape on Kolb, it’s not overly impressive’

    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb may be or may not be on the move. It all depends on who you want to believe on any given day. NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi is of the mindset that if Kolb does get traded by the Eagles a team will likely overpay for him. “It’s hard to watch […]
  • Rick Welts talks about his decision to come out

    It’s been a whirlwind four days for Phoenix Suns CEO and president Rick Welts since he told the world he was gay in the pages of the New York Times. On Thursday he was finally back in Phoenix and took a few minutes out of his morning to talk with Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and […]
  • Ping-Pong-a-Palooza…What Are They Hiding?

    We have no choice but to file this topic under the Paul’s Call heading of “No Comprendo.” In other words, let me get this straight… Arnold Schwarzenegger just sat on the mother of all secrets (and we do mean Mother) for over a decade. For those of us who are allergic to math, that means […]
  • Report: MoMo Jones transferring to St. John’s

    It didn’t take long for MoMo Jones to find a new home. The former Arizona guard, who announced he was transferring from the school earlier in the week, will be playing for St. John’s, according to the New York Post. The Post also learned that Arizona guard Lamont “MoMo” Jones of Harlem, will transfer to […]
  • ESPN analyst thinks Kevin Kolb to Cards is a ‘slam dunk’

    With each passing day Kevin Kolb is becoming more and more like a head cheerleader. He’s the most popular person in school but also the one who the most rumors are floating around about. Thursday’s rumor comes courtesy of ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio. As a guest on SiriusXM’s Opening Drive he told host Peter King that […]
  • It sounds crazy but I trust the Cardinals more than the Suns

    Did you see the crazy story of the Oregon woman who went into dental surgery with a regular old Oregonian accent and woke up with one that is part South African and part Irish? She has some kind of a rare condition that trigged her changed speech. One day you’re an accountant from Oregon. The […]
  • Diamondbacks get contributions from most in thrilling win over Braves

    PHOENIX — Joe Saunders entered Wednesday night’s game against the Braves without a win on the season. The night ended with him still stuck on zero, something the pitcher said he is fine with given the result, which was the hometown Diamondbacks rallying for what was one of the most fun wins of the season. […]
  • Justin Upton has ‘Bieber Fever’

    PHOENIX – Justin Upton is getting some celebrity help in his attempt to make it to the All-Star game in Phoenix. Justin Bieber recently tweeted “shoutout to my boys @bjupton2 and @realjustinupton – make sure to vote for them as starters in the MLB Allstar game.” “It was brought to my attention,” said Upton before […]
  • Sporting News says Bulger an intriguing option for Cards

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Cardinals need a quarterback and during the lockout the speculation has run rampant who would be the right fit for the team. The Sporting News in a recent evaluation of potential quarterbacks on the move rated Marc Bulger as a great fit for the Cardinals. “For teams like Arizona, Tennessee, Minnesota […]
  • Desert Dog Blog: Boogaard made impact on ice

    GLENDALE – Less than a week has passed since NHL enforcer Derek Boogaard passed away suddenly and I still am shocked by the news. Boogaard spent the first five years of his NHL career with the Minnesota Wild before signing a free-agent deal with the New York Rangers last summer. He was 28 years old […]
  • Sun Devils, BCS championship sleeper?

    Too bad they don’t give out awards for preseason expectations, because if so Arizona State would need to find a bigger trophy case. A preseason darling, the Sun Devils are receiving praise from all over, the latest coming courtesy of SI Writer Stewart Mandel. When asked in his mailbag to identify a sleeper team, one […]
  • Sean Burroughs back in Majors after almost four years

    Sean Burroughs will never be confused for Robert Redford, but he might get mistaken for Roy Hobbs some day. After an almost four year layoff from baseball, the former Padres prospect has returned to the majors with the Arizona Diamondbacks. Like Hobbs, Burroughs disappeared in the prime of his career after showing promise only to […]
  • Gibson talks roster moves, Galarraga replacement

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks are in need of a new fifth starter after designating Armando Galarraga for assignment. “We’re thinking about some external and internal options. We’ve had a lot of discussion about that,” said Kirk Gibson on the Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash show on Wednesday. The D-backs manager was quick to […]
  • D-backs activate Bloomquist from DL, add Burroughs

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks announced today they have reinstated infielder Willie Bloomquist from the 15-day disabled list and selected infielder Sean Burroughs from Triple-A Reno, according to D-backs’ Executive Vice President and General Manager Kevin Towers. In corresponding moves, the D-backs designated right-handed pitcher Armando Galarraga for assignment and placed infielder Melvin Mora on […]
  • Reid says the Philadelphia Eagles may not trade Kevin Kolb

    The NFL lockout may be in full swing but that hasn’t kept Philadelphia Eagles general manager and head coach Andy Reid from consistently changing the market for quarterback Kevin Kolb. On Tuesday a Philadelphia television station caught up with Reid and asked if the Eagles would still look to deal Kolb when the labor dispute […]