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Thursday Pick Six: Wacha’s Opportunity Is Intriguing; Doug Armstrong’s Deadline Dilemma

A stream of consciousness on local and national sports headlines. In wake of Alex Reyes’ season-ending injury, some Cardinal fans… …have offered reminders of what happened when Adam Wainwright suffered a season-ending injury in 2011. The club was devastated in February and was jubilant in October. While we’re reminiscing, let’s go back to last February when shortstop Jhonny Peralta suffered ...

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Daily Bernie: Feb. 15 – Does Blues’ Run Alter Their Season Plans?; Plenty of Reyes Reaction

This Blues season has put fans through the gauntlet of emotions and has led to some pretty good hockey as of late. But will it continue to be the kind of hockey that causes the team to keep certain key players? With Kevin Shattenkirk and Patrik Berglund’s contracts ending, how will Doug Armstrong balance being competitive right now with the ...

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Daily Bernie: Feb. 13 – Armstrong Deserve Some Cred for Coaching Change?; PECOTA ‘motivates’ Cards

Many blamed Blues GM Doug Armstrong right along with Ken Hitchcock before the coach’s firing, but do fans still feel this way after a 5-1 start under new coach Mike Yeo? Bernie wonder this out loud on Monday’s program along with whether Patrik Berglund deserves a new Note contract after scoring 16 goals in the past 26 games. Jen Langosch ...

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Daily Bernie: Feb. 8 – Future Catcher Controversy?; Stastny and Steen on Roll Under Yeo

We’re talking about a future situation, but one that’s bound to rear its head: How will the Cardinals handle transitioning catching duties from Yadier Molina to Carson Kelly? Bernie devotes time to this topic Wednesday and welcomes Sports on Earth’s Will Leitch to discuss Mike Matheny’s 2017 expectations. And in Blues news, Paul Stastny and Alexander Steen have both played ...

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To the Blowhards: Please Relax. Terrell Owens Will Be Voted Into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

For the record, Terrell Owens has been a finalist for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the last two years, and I voted for him both times. He put up prolific numbers, compiling statistics that check every Hall of Fame box. There’s only one Jerry Rice, but Owens was great. Owens ranks second to Rice with 15,934 ...

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Kurt Warner, The Great American Story, Makes It To the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Saturday, the day before Super Bowl 51, I had the honor and privilege of advocating the candidacy of retired St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The annual selection meeting was held in Houston at the Super Bowl media center. We began at 7:00 a.m. and didn’t finish until nearly ...

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Kurt Warner’s Hall of Fame Nod is a Reminder of NFL Star Power St. Louis Has Had

The Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee had their vote for 2017 inductees on Saturday, and on his third try, former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner was elected.  Warner, along with LaDainian Tomlinson, Jason Taylor, Terrell Davis and Morton Andersen comprise the modern players group, joined by former Seahawks safety Kenny Easley. As it turns out, the 49 years St. ...

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