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Daily Archives: January 5, 2018

Oakland Raiders to introduce Jon Gruden as new coach on Tuesday

The Oakland Raiders will sign Jon Gruden to one of the longest coaching deals in NFL history — a 10-year contract likely approaching $100 million — when it is made official Tuesday, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Friday. The length of Gruden’s contract is

Boxing — Dan Rafael’s wish list for 2018

The new year is upon us, so here is what I want to see in boxing in 2018: • Anthony Joshua vs. Deontay Wilder. Obviously. • Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez II, May 5 in Las Vegas. And for somebody to score a KO so

Pro14: Munster v Connacht (Sat)

CJ Stander will captain Munster against Connacht on Saturday Guinness Pro14: Munster v Connacht Venue: Thomond Park, Limerick Date: Saturday, 6 January Kick-off: 19:45 GMT Coverage: Live scores and match report on the BBC Sport website Munster and Connacht have made several changes to their

Formula 1: Williams finalising Sergey Sirotkin 2018 drive

Sirotkin would be the third Russian to compete in F1 Williams are closing on a deal to sign Russian Sergey Sirotkin as the final piece of the 2018 grid falls into place. The team are in the process of finalising a contract with the 22-year-old,

Zander Fagerson: Injured Scotland prop misses Six Nations matches

Zander Fagerson has 15 Scotland caps, starting 10 internationals Glasgow prop Zander Fagerson is set to miss the opening rounds of Scotland’s Six Nations Championship after being ruled out for around eight weeks. The tight-head, 21, injured a foot in training with Warriors on Thursday.

Ashes: Mason Crane’s England debut shows promise

Mason Crane has bowled 17 overs, conceding 58 runs, against Australia in the fifth Ashes Test in Sydney Praise flowed from the Test Match Special commentary team when they got their first look at England’s rookie leg-spinner Mason Crane on day two of the fifth