Tribune News Service
Sports Budget for Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Updated at 10 p.m. EDT (0200 UTC)
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^Will Smith fits as the 'Fresh Prince' in Dodger Stadium despite recent struggles<
^BBN-DODGERS-SMITH-SPORTSPLUS:LA—<A song by Will Smith, the performer, echoed around the ballpark as a pitch from Will Smith, the closer, spun into the dirt. Will Smith, the batter, swung hard.
His hack, however, waved harmlessly through the air.
If ever there was a time for the latter Smith, the Dodgers' rookie sensation and new primary catcher, to experience an identity crisis, this was it. Two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, the tying run on base, a full count and an awkward off-balance swing that sealed the team's loss Friday to the San Francisco Giants and extended his first slump.
It's still unclear exactly what kind of hitter Smith is going to be.
1400 by Jack Harris. MOVED
^Girlfriend of Browns' Chris Smith killed in car accident<
^FBN-BROWNS-SMITH-GIRLFRIEND:AK—<The Browns are determined to rally around defensive end Chris Smith as he deals with the tragic death of his girlfriend, Petara Cordero.
Cordero was killed at about 2 a.m. Wednesday when a car hit her on I-90 near the West 140th Street exit in Cleveland. She was 26.
The Browns announced her death Wednesday afternoon in a news release.
Browns players were notified of the incident Wednesday morning during a meeting at team headquarters in Berea, Ohio, after coach Freddie Kitchens had visited Smith at his home.
450 by Nate Ulrich. MOVED
^Antonio Brown practices with Patriots, Belichick says nothing<
FBN-PATRIOTS-BROWN:PJ — In front of a packed media room filled with reporters and TV cameras Wednesday, Bill Belichick said the team is aware of the lawsuit filed against newly acquired Antonio Brown but wouldn't answer questions about the case.
"We've looked into the situation, we're taking it very seriously, all the way through the organization," he said. "I'm sure there are questions but I'm not going to be entering into the discussion today."
550 by Kevin McNamara in Foxborough, Mass. MOVED
^Million-dollar mistake: Embarrassed Michael Pineda apologizes for drug suspension<
BBA-TWINS-PINEDA:MS — Michael Pineda is embarrassed, contrite and essentially unemployed. But he's not going anywhere.
The Twins righthander, suspended for 60 games Saturday for testing positive for a banned substance, said he intends to remain in Minneapolis for the rest of the season in order to help his teammates in whatever limited capacity he can.
500 by Phil Miller in Minneapolis. MOVED
^Yankees' Aaron Hicks is done for the season<
BBA-YANKEES-HICKS:NY — Aaron Hicks' season is over and now the Yankee center fielder is possibly looking at offseason surgery. After seeking a second opinion on what the team announced as a strained flexor tendon in his right elbow, the Yankees said they cannot be sure that his ulnar collateral ligament has not been damaged
750 by Kristie Ackert in Detroit. MOVED
^Peter Schmuck: Pondering the phenomenon that is Orioles' unexpected hit machine Hanser Alberto<
^BBA-SCHMUCK-COLUMN:BZ—<For well-traveled utility infielder Hanser Alberto, the euphoria that came with the surprising news that he had made the Orioles' Opening Day roster in March also came with an emotional price.
Alberto, who was designated for assignment twice and waived four times during a four-month sojourn through the intricacies of Major League Baseball's roster revision process, knew that the rebuilding Orioles probably afforded him his last best chance to earn a regular big league paycheck. He also knew that his place on the regular-season roster depended on several factors, all but one of which — his performance — were out of his control.
1150 by Peter Schmuck. MOVED
^Tigers-Yankees postponed, doubleheader on tap for Thursday<
BBA-YANKEES-TIGERS:DTN — Thunderstorms that raced through the area Wednesday forced the postponement of the second game of the Yankees-Tigers series at Comerica Park.
100 by Chris McCosky in Detroit. MOVED
^Two Cardinals fans say Busch Stadium denied them wheelchair seating, kicked them out<
^BBN-CARDINALS-WHEELCHAIR-ACCESS:SL—<They just wanted to sit in the wheelchair section.
Friends Nate Hutchens and Daniel Mellenthin had gone to the ballgame last week to watch the Cardinals play the San Francisco Giants. Mellenthin uses a wheelchair, so the men were hoping to snag a seat in the accessible section. But first the usher wouldn't let them into the section and then police kicked them out of the stadium, throwing Hutchens to the ground outside, and arresting him.
"We feel totally disrespected," Hutchens said. "I don't understand why it happened."
750 by Rachel Rice in St. Louis. MOVED
TNS expects coverage from the following games:
Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
LA Dodgers at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m.
Boston at Toronto, 7:07 p.m.
Arizona at NY Mets, 7:10 p.m.
Milwaukee at Miami, 7:10 p.m.
Washington at Minnesota, 7:40 p.m.
Tampa Bay at Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Cleveland at LA Angels, 8:07 p.m.
Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m.
St. Louis at Colorado, 8:40 p.m.
Pittsburgh at San Francisco, 9:45 p.m.
Chicago Cubs at San Diego, 10 p.m.
Cincinnati at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.
^Dave Hyde: Me, my buddy, Bill Belichick, and our nine hours of chatting<
^FBN-HYDE-COLUMN:FL—<The column idea was a common one: Listen to Patriots coach Bill Belichick talk via teleconference before Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins and glean it for any football pearls or (ha-ha!) crusty minimalism.
As Belichick stayed in character, saying nothing in that voice of dry leaves for 13 minutes and 37 seconds Tuesday morning, an odd feeling of conversational d j vu came with his non-answers.
850 by Dave Hyde. MOVED
^Tim Cowlishaw: With upcoming games against teams in shambles, the Cowboys find themselves (believe it or not) drama-free<
FBN-COWLISHAW-COLUMN:DA — Lost in the glow of a glorious 35-17 victory over the New York Giants was the fact that Jason Garrett collected his 78th win as a head coach and continued an impressive climb up the all-time rankings that many Cowboys fans would prefer to dismiss.
800 by Tim Cowlishaw in Dallas. MOVED
^Chargers' Hunter Henry out indefinitely because of a fracture in left knee<
FBN-CHARGERS-HENRY:LA — The Chargers have lost tight end Hunter Henry indefinitely to a tibia plateau fracture in his left knee, suffered Sunday in a 30-24 overtime victory over Indianapolis.
He wasn't placed on injured reserve, the team thinking he could come back sooner than the eight weeks required by a move to injured reserve.
The Chargers, however, did not offer a more precise timetable for Henry's return.
150 by Jeff Miller in Los Angeles. MOVED
^Raiders and Saints fans are the heaviest drinkers in the NFL, survey says<
^FBN-FANS-DRINKING:SJ—<Recently a survey undertaken by alcohol.org identified the two NFL fan bases that consume the most alcohol.
Duh. We could have saved the nice folks from alcohol.org a lot of money on No. 2 pencils, graph paper and clipboards. Here's guessing you could have, as well.
The drinkingest fans belong to the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints.
350 by Gary Peterson. MOVED
^Raiders' Johnathan Abram out for 2019 season with shoulder injury, Gruden says<
FBN-RAIDERS-ABRAM:SJ — Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram has been placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, head coach Jon Gruden confirmed Wednesday.
When asked if he anticipates Abram will be out for the year, Gruden said, "Yes I do."
250 by Jerry Mcdonald and Michael Nowelses in Alameda, Calif. MOVED
^Falcons' run defense has a fire to extinguish<
FBN-FALCONS-DEFENSE:AT — The Falcons' defensive house is on fire.
After giving up 172 yards rushing in the season opener, the Falcons (0-1) know they will see a heavy dose of running plays when they face the Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) at 8:20 p.m. Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
750 by D. Orlando Ledbetter in Flowery Branch, Ga. MOVED
^John Romano: Jameis Winston's life could get interesting without Adam Humphries<
FBN-ROMANO-COLUMN:PT — The idea was to give Jameis Winston everything a quarterback could possibly want this season. Almost as if the Bucs were following a how-to kit to construct their very own franchise star.
800 by John Romano in Tampa, Fla. MOVED
^Greg Cote's Thursday night NFL pick<
^FBN-THURSDAY-PICK:MI—<Greg Cote makes his Week 2 Thursday night NFL pick.
150 by Greg Cote. MOVED
^Patrick Mahomes good to go Sunday. Tyreek Hill is not. How the Chiefs will adjust.<
^FBN-CHIEFS-HILL:KC—<Receiver Albert Wilson had a career game on a 2017 New Year's Eve afternoon in Denver. Demarcus Robinson, Demetrius Harris and Jehu Chesson factored heavily into that day's blueprint.
Together, they represented Patrick Mahomes' top weapons in his first game as the Chiefs' starting quarterback. The other options stood on the sideline, Kansas City's playoff fate already sealed.
Nearly two years later, that game remains the last time the Chiefs played a full game without Tyreek Hill.
550 by Sam McDowell. MOVED
^Jets WR Quincy Enunwa done for season with neck injury<
FBN-JETS-ENUNWA:ND — Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a neck injury in Sunday's season-opening loss to Buffalo.
It is the second time in three seasons Enunwa has sustained a season-ending neck injury. He missed the entire 2017 season after hurting his neck in training camp that year.
Adam Gase said he didn't know whether Enunwa would require surgery or if this was related to his past injury. Gase said Enunwa was still seeing specialists and undergoing tests.
700 by Al Iannazzone in Florham Park, N.J. MOVED
^Bob Glauber: Jets coach Adam Gase is unafraid to criticize players and, now, himself<
FBN-GLAUBER-COLUMN:ND — It hasn't taken long for Adam Gase to get his point across: If you are on his team, you better expect to be criticized if you're not doing your job properly.
700 by Bob Glauber in Florham Park, N.J. MOVED
^Joe Manniello's Thursday night NFL pick<
^FBN-THURSDAY-PICK:ND—<Joe Manniello makes his Week 2 Thursday night NFL pick.
300 by Joe Manniello. MOVED
^Kevin McNamara: The Patriot Circus is on again<
FBN-MCNAMARA-COLUMN:PJ — Welcome to the Patriot Circus. Again.
This is the franchise that wins more Super Bowls than any other in the National Football League but it's also the team that can't avoid the unintended spotlight.
Spygate. Aaron Hernandez. Deflategate. Brady vs. Belichick?
Go right on down the line. In this glorious, Lombardi Trophy-winning era, the Patriots have won like no one else. They've also perfected how to juggle a circus-like atmosphere.
The big top was back in town Wednesday, thanks to the signing of one Antonio Brown.
900 by Kevin McNamara in Foxborough, Mass. MOVED
^After Week 1 rally, Cardinals QB Kyler Murray faces bigger hurdle vs. Ravens: Win as a rookie in Baltimore<
FBN-CARDINALS-MURRAY-RAVENS:BZ — For the first three quarters of the Arizona Cardinals' season opener, Kyler Murray looked a lot like a rookie quarterback, and not a very good one.
Over the first 45 minutes of his NFL debut, the No. 1 overall draft pick was 9 for 25 for 70 yards and threw an interception against the Detroit Lions. Entering the fourth quarter, the Cardinals trailed at home, 17-6.
Then things started to click. As Arizona rallied back, forcing overtime and settling for a 27-27 tie, Murray went 20 for 29 for 238 yards and two touchdowns.
300 by Jonas Shaffer in Baltimore. MOVED
^Dishing dirt one last time on Raiders-Chiefs rivalry<
FBN-RAIDERS-COLISEUM:SJ — After playing their final Monday night game in Coliseum, another less glamorous farewell will take place against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Farewell, infield dirt. The old cliche, "three yards and a cloud of dust" can be retired forever.
550 by Jerry McDonald in Alameda, Calif. MOVED
^Shimmy, shake and thrust: What's up with Panthers QBs and their TD celebrations?<
^FBN-PANTHERS-TD-CELEBRATIONS:CH—<If you watch the aftermath of a Carolina Panthers offensive touchdown Thursday night against Tampa Bay, you may ask yourself this question:
What in the world are those quarterbacks doing?
400 by Scott Fowler. MOVED
^Jaguars rookie Gardner Minshew has gone from unheralded backup to QB leader<
FBN-JAGUARS-MINSHEW:JK — After his first practice as a starter Wednesday, Jaguars rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew got caught off guard.
Newly signed quarterback Josh Dobbs and practice squad quarterback Chase Litton bombarded him with questions he couldn't answer like what is the team's procedure for road travel during the season.
"I was like, 'Dang, I've been here longer than anybody,' that's kind of crazy," Minshew said after Wednesday's practice. "They're asking me questions, I'm like, 'Golly.' But no, it's awesome. And great guys, young guys."
750 by John Reid in Jacksonville, Fla. MOVED
^Stefan Bondy: Hey Knicks, give Frank Ntilikina a chance<
^BKN-BONDY-COLUMN:NY—<The best guard on the floor in the fourth quarter was Frank Ntilikina.
Not Kemba Walker. Not Donovan Mitchell. Not Joe Harris.
It was the Knick. He was responsible for shutting down Walker all game, then burying two clutch jumpers down the stretch to help France eliminate the U.S. on Wednesday in the FIBA World Cup, 89-79.
This may come as a shock to Knicks fans who've watched Ntilikina alternate between benched and ineffective during his two years in the NBA, but he's responded well to greater responsibilities in the World Cup.
650 by Stefan Bondy. MOVED
^American Airlines not renewing naming rights to Heat arena<
BKN-HEAT-ARENA-AMERICANAIRLINES:FL — The name game has caught up to the Miami Heat.
After spending the last 20 years playing along Biscayne Bay at a facility that has only carried the name of AmericanAirlines Arena, the team's home will have a new title sponsor at midseason.
With American Airlines confirming that it will not renew its naming rights, the Heat will have only the second title sponsor of its arenas in its 32 seasons.
Unlike the Heat, the Miami Dolphins and Florida Panthers have gone through a series of naming sponsors for their stadiums.
400 by Ira Winderman in Miami. MOVED
^In autobiography, Lamar Odom accuses Mark Cuban of kicking, berating him during tumultuous stint with Mavs<
BKN-MAVERICKS-ODOM:DA — Lamar Odom was miserable in Dallas, the NBA star and former Maverick wrote in his recently released autobiography.
The two-time NBA champion was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks in December 2011. Over the next few months, he proceeded to become one of the worst player acquisitions in owner Mark Cuban's tenure with the organization.
700 by Joey Hayden in Dallas. MOVED
^Rod Beard: Derrick Rose has lofty goals for Pistons, but health should be top priority<
^BKN-BEARD-COLUMN:DTN—< It sounds far-fetched, almost comical.
Derrick Rose wants to win a championship.
In Detroit. With the Pistons.
700 by Rod Beard in Detroit. MOVED
^Heat pick up $5.1 million option on Bam Adebayo for 2020-21<
BKN-HEAT-ADEBAYO:FL — The Miami Heat announced Wednesday they have exercised their fourth-year team option on center Bam Adebayo.
The move locks Adebayo into a $5.1 million salary for 2020-21, after he will earn $3.5 million this coming season on the final year of his rookie-scale contract.
The commitment for 2020-21 reduces the significant amount of salary-cap space the Heat are expected to have during the 2020 offseason, when the contracts of Dion Waiters, James Johnson and Kelly Olynyk expire.
400 by Ira Winderman in Miami. MOVED
^'It's about time': Storm players excited about NBA 2K video game franchise including WNBA mode<
BKL-STORM-NBA2K:SE — With 144 players in the WNBA, the selection of players to choose from is almost overwhelming.
But for Storm All-Star forward Natasha Howard, the choice is simple: She just wants to play as herself.
"It's going to be fun and to actually look like ourselves too, like our hair and our tattoos, especially me looking at myself too," she said. "It's going to be amazing, and I can't wait to play."
The WNBA made its NBA 2K debut in the game's release of 2K20 last Friday.
700 by Maggie Vanoni in Seattle. MOVED
^Mike Bianchi: Why UCF should stick with Dillon Gabriel as starting QB against Stanford<
FBC-BIANCHI-COLUMN:OS — Since UCF coach Josh Heupel hasn't yet named a quarterback for Saturday's huge home game against Stanford, I'm going to go ahead and name true freshman Dillon Gabriel as the starter.
That's right. I'm starting Gabriel ahead of Notre Dame senior transfer Brandon Wimbush, who mysteriously missed last week's game against FAU because Heupel said Wimbush "wasn't 100%" — whatever that means.
700 by Mike Bianchi in Orlando, Fla. MOVED
^Shannon Ryan: Notre Dame's mascots are breaking barriers. They should be celebrated — not trolled.<
^FBC-RYAN-COLUMN:TB—<I know this will come as a shock. Please brace yourself to absorb this earth-shattering news.
Leprechauns are not real.
Trolls are though.
800 by Shannon Ryan. MOVED
^This Clemson freshman defender did something Christian Wilkins, Dexter Lawrence did not<
FBC-CLEMSON-DAVIS:CS — The first time Dabo Swinney met Clemson freshman defensive tackle Tyler Davis he coined the nickname "Baby Dex," explaining to Davis that he looks like former Tigers All-American Dexter Lawrence, and adding that the two have a lot of the same mannerisms.
Looking like Lawrence is one thing, but the likelihood of Davis making a similar early impact as the former five-star recruit seemed unlikely, if not impossible.
Only Davis didn't get that message.
550 by Matt Connolly in Clemson, S.C. MOVED
^Behind T. Boone Pickens' hundreds of millions in donations was true passion for Oklahoma State's success<
^FBC-OKSTATE-PICKENS:DA—<The giving was never about ego for T. Boone Pickens.
He donated millions upon millions to his beloved Oklahoma State not as a personal statement but as an investment in a winning football program. He remembered back in 2015 what drove him to eventually give $652 million to his alma mater between academics and athletics.
"We are going to be competitive," the legendary oilman said, thinking back to his first big gift in 2003. "I'm tired of leaving the stadium looking down at my shoes. I don't want to come up to Stillwater and we lose. We used to lose homecoming."
700 by Chuck Carlton. MOVED
^Would South Florida's Charlie Strong survive a ninth consecutive defeat?<
FBC-USF-STRONG:PT ? The USF football losing skid, spanning eight games and nearly 11 months, contains a surreal component.
Turns out, the coach who inherited some of his predecessor's best players also inherited his worst scenario.
Charlie Strong stands at approximately the same precipice on which Willie Taggart teetered only four autumns ago.
"It's time for us to get back on the winning track," Strong said Monday.
Taggart had nearly run out of track in 2015.
650 by Joey Knight in Tampa, Fla. MOVED
^California would allow college athletes to profit from endorsements under bill sent to governor<
FBC-BKC-NCAA-CALIF-BILL-1ST-LEDE:LA — California would allow college athletes to earn money from the use of their names, images and likenesses under a bill passed by the state Legislature on Wednesday and headed to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The legislation has garnered national attention, with athletes such as NBA stars LeBron James and Draymond Green praising the potential for California to give college athletes a share of the windfall they help create for their universities and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The Senate gave final approval of Senate Bill 206 by Sen. Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley).
850 by Melody Gutierrez and Nathan Fenno in Sacramento, Calif. MOVED
^Ohio State's trademark request for 'The' denied<
FBC-OHIOSTATE-TRADEMARK:OH — The Ohio State University can't trademark "The."
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Wednesday turned down the university's request to trademark "the" in conjunction with the university's name on items marketed for sale such as T-shirts, baseball caps and hats.
"As such, the applied-for mark appears to be used in a merely decorative manner that would be perceived by consumers as having little or no particular source-identifying significance," the patent office said in denying Ohio State's request.
300 by Mark Williams in Columbus, Ohio. MOVED
^As high school football participation numbers decline, many programs in Connecticut have looked to form co-ops<
FBH-CONNECTICUT-PARTICIPATION:HC — As high school football participation numbers continue to decline in Connecticut and individual school districts struggle to field teams on their own, more schools are choosing to join forces with others in the form of cooperative teams, or co-ops.
Football has seen participation decline steadily since peaking in the last 20 years at 10,815 players in the 2009-10 school year, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. Last year, 9,059 students participated in Connecticut, the lowest point in the last 20 years.
1350 by Shawn McFarland in Hartford, Conn. MOVED
^Triple Crown winner American Pharoah gets a new record: His highest-priced foal yet<
RAC-AMERICANPHAROAH-FOAL:LX. — A filly by Triple Crown winner American Pharoah hasn't even set foot on a racetrack but she's already setting records.
On Wednesday, the yearling filly, who is known only as Hip No. 498 for now, sold for a record $8.2 million at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale in Lexington.
It's the highest price yet for offspring by American Pharoah and it's the highest price ever paid for a filly at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale, a huge annual auction of thousands of Thoroughbred yearlings. The price tied for fourth highest ever paid at the sale.
200 by Janet Patton in Lexington, Ky. MOVED
^Fantasy football Week 2 lineups: Start, sit and sleepers<
^FBN-FANTASY-START-SIT-SLEEPERS:TB—<How about that Lamar Jackson?
Few foresaw the Ravens quarterback having such a strong Week 1 with five touchdown passes. But that's what the first weeks of the season are about: surprises.
(And in case you're wondering, Jackson is a fair bet again this week against the Cardinals, though you may have better options. See below.)
Such unexpected gifts are hard to predict. There are, however, some Week 2 matchups where it's hard to go wrong.
1550 by Phil Thompson. MOVED
^Brad Dokken: Ignoring cruddy weather forecast pays off with great fishing and cool eagle-pike encounter<
OTD-DOKKEN-COLUMN:GF — If we'd listened to the weather forecast, two friends and I might have canceled what turned out to be a fantastic fishing trip last weekend on the Red River near Selkirk, Man.
Rain, thunder, lightning and wind, the forecast predicted — sometimes all at once.
Sometimes, though, you have to play the cards you're dealt and make the best of it when it comes to outdoors excursions. Whether it's hunting, fishing or any other outdoor activity, Mother Nature calls the shots.
850 by Brad Dokken in Grand Forks, N. D. MOVED
^Minnesota boy gets much-needed day with his fishing hero<
OTD-10YEAROLD-FISHINGHERO:MS — When 10-year-old Colby awoke last Wednesday morning, he was in a fishing kind of mood. He and his parents were vacationing near Park Rapids, Minn., and Colby had climbed out of bed early, grabbed his rod and reel and headed with his mom, Kaia, and dad, Seth, for Mantrap Lake.
A skilled angler, particularly for his age, Colby developed his pitching, skipping and generalized well-honed casting techniques in part by watching pro angler Scott Martin's YouTube channel. Called Scott Martin's Challenge, the regularly updated videos feature the Lake Okeechobee-based Martin chasing all manner of fish, including Minnesota walleyes, bass, northern pike and muskies.
800 by Dennis Anderson in Minneapolis. MOVED
^Dennis Anderson: Dwindling membership, and money, mark end of Minnesota Waterfowl Association<
OTD-ANDERSON-COLUMN:MS — In 1967, Aretha Franklin recorded her signature rocker, "Respect." The same year, United Auto Workers kingpin Jimmy Hoffa began serving an eight-year sentence for attempting to bribe a jury. And Muhammad Ali politely declined the government's offer for employment with the U.S. Army.
Also in 1967, Ray Hangge and Dick Lindell, both of Albert Lea, as well as Tom Tubbs and Bob Head, cooked up a harebrained idea: They'd start a duck group called the Southern Minnesota Waterfowl Lake Improvement Association, with a goal of restoring a shallow-lake habitat corridor.
900 by Dennis Anderson in Minneapolis. MOVED
^Minnesota pheasant count is down 17% from a year ago<
OTD-MINNESOTA-PHEASANT:MS — Minnesota pheasant numbers fell 17% from a year ago, according to roadside counts completed by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Throughout the state's pheasant range, an average of 37.4 pheasants were observed per 100 miles during the survey conducted July 30 to Aug. 18. The pheasant count this year was slightly lower than the state's 10-year average and about 60% down from the long-term average.
Late-season snowstorms, spring rains that often were monsoon-like and flooding likely contributed to the decline, the DNR said.
350 by Dennis Anderson in Minneapolis. MOVED
^Best times for anglers<
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