BOSTON (AP) — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was in a two-car accident near his home Thursday morning, but was unhurt and hours later practiced as usual with his team just days before the season opener.
The crash at an intersection in Boston’s Back Bay area knocked over a light pole and sent a passenger in the other vehicle to the hospital with injuries that were serious but not considered life-threatening, officials said.
The Jamestown Regional Airport Authority awarded a construction contract for a terminal addition and renovation to Wick Construction of Valley City, N.D., Thursday.
The award is contingent on the completion of Federal Aviation Administration grants currently under review.
Ryan Howard preferred securing his future in Philadelphia to testing free agency in two years — and boy is he getting his pay day.
The slugging first baseman agreed to a $125 million, five-year contract extension Monday that could keep him with the Phillies until 2017.
Howard’s teammates wasted no time hitting him up for favors, either.
“Where we going to eat, Ryan?” Ben Francisco asked.
Howard just chuckled.
An estimated 800 patients of the Dickinson VA clinic may have to travel elsewhere for care if it can’t secure a new care contract soon.
The community-based outpatient clinic has a contract with Great Plains Clinic to provide care, but it expires May 1.
The Minnesota Wild have signed popular winger Cal Clutterbuck to a three-year extension.
The 22-year-old Clutterbuck would have become a restricted free agent at the end of the season.
He quickly became a fan favorite last season, when he set the NHL’s single-season hits mark with 356. He leads the league again this season.
Sebastian Janikowski and the Oakland Raiders agreed on a $16 million, four-year deal Tuesday that is the richest contract for a kicker in NFL history.
Janikowski will be guaranteed $9 million in the deal. He was eligible to be an unrestricted free agent if the Raiders did not sign him to a contract or place the transition or franchise tag on him by Feb. 25. But the team was able to lock him up by giving him the same contract All Pro punter Shane Lechler got a year ago to stay out of free agency.
When it comes to any possible contract extension for the Minnesota Twins’ MVP-winning catcher, general manager Bill Smith stood as firm publicly as the fog that passed through Fargo-Moorhead on Monday night.
Smith joined pitchers Matt Guerrier and Nick Blackburn and former Twins great Tony Oliva on a stop in Fargo as part of the team’s annual Winter Caravan.
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