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Chris Dickerson's Return Started With Text From Adam Jones

Former Orioles outfielder Chris Dickerson hasn't played a major league game since Sept. 5, 2014, but that could soon change, and it all started with a text from Adam Jones.

Top 10 Fantasy Football Running Backs You Should Draft

Ken Zalis breaks down his top 10 fantasy football running backs for the 2016 season, and it's almost a tie for the No. 1 spot.

Morgan State's Orlando Johnson Key To Bears' Offense

At 5-foot-8 and 165 pounds, running back Orlando Johnson is Morgan Stan's smallest player, but his versatility will still be a key part to the Bears' offense.

Only Fans Know Why Orioles' Attendance Is Lagging

Jim Henneman weighs in on baseball's Wild Card races, the Orioles' lack of attendance and the David Ortiz farewell tour.

Saints To Throw First-Stringers At Ravens At Start Of Game

Breshad Perriman says he's "ready to go," but it will be up to the Ravens coaching staff and doctors to determine whether the receiver takes the field against the Saints.

Orioles Fans Shockingly Absent For Pivotal Series

Stan "The Fan" Charles has heard all the reasons, but he was still shocked by the weak showing of Baltimore fans at Camden Yards to watch the Orioles take on the Blue Jays.

Johns Hopkins Eyes Eighth Straight Conference Championship

The Blue Jays, who enter 2016 with a five-year NCAA tournament streak, will return several key players, including QB Jonathan Germano and WR Bradley Munday.