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Casey Haerther eventually came to the plate
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DETROIT -- The Lions re-signed tight end Brandon Pettigrew on Friday, keeping one of Matthew Staffords top targets and a player who can potentially make defences regret focusing too much on Calvin Johnson. "The key is to be able to keep your good players," new Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. "And, I think anytime you can do that in an organization, its great. It doesnt always work out for you, but when you can, and a guys been productive for you, I think its huge." Pettigrew will get a $16 million, four-year contract with half of the money guaranteed, according to a person familiar with the negotiations who spoke Friday to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because terms were not announced. "Obviously, this is certainly a long-term commitment from both sides and were certainly looking forward to that," Caldwell said. The Lions drafted Pettigrew with the 20th overall pick in 2009, the same year they selected Stafford first overall in the NFL draft. The native of Tyler, Texas, has 284 receptions for 2,828 yards and 16 touchdowns in five NFL seasons. Pettigrew said part of the reason he wanted to stay was because hes in "a groove," with teammates such as Stafford. "We got drafted together," he said. "Weve already got that going, and I think thats important. I love the city. Im grateful for being able to be here. The city is going through change, as is the organization. Its just an honour to be a part of that." He tested the market as a free agent before deciding to stay in Detroit. "Of course, the pursuits were real because thats just part of the business," Pettigrew said. The 6-foot-5, 265-pound Pettigrew is yet another weapon for Stafford, who already has Johnson and will now have receiver Golden Tate next season. Detroit, with a solid offensive line, should be able to strike a balance in the running game with Reggie Bush in his second season paired with Joique Bell, who was re-signed with a $9.3 million, three-year deal earlier this week. "He gives you a guy that really is a dual threat in terms of being able to handle the end-line blocking on the line of scrimmage, which he does very well," Caldwell said. "Also, obviously, hes a threat in the passing game. When you look at whats going to happen in most cases with the guys that we have on the outside, our inside receivers are going to certainly become a bigger part of our game." Pettigrew is coming off a relatively disappointing season, which probably cost him some money on the market. He had 41 receptions for 416 yards and two TDs, his lowest numbers in each category since he was a rookie. When Pettigrew was at his best in 2001, he caught 83 passes for 777 yards and five TDs -- all career highs -- and helped the franchise end an 11-year post-season skid. Pettigrew said he spoke to some members of teams new staff, including Caldwell. "Hes already told me he wants me to step up and be in that role of a leader and coming out to accept that," Pettigrew said. "Ive been here long enough, and I agree with him. He seems like a great guy. So, Im looking forward to getting back." The Lions next significant move may be finding a starting safety to play alongside Glover Quin, who was signed last year as a free agent, to replace Louis Delmas. They seem to be interested in adding veteran safety James Ihedigbo, but he left team headquarters without a contract after a visit Thursday. Ihedigbo made 99 tackles last season, ranking second on the Baltimore Ravens, and had three interceptions after not picking off one pass in his first five NFL seasons. He started 16 games last season and 12 games in 2011 for the New England Patriots and ranked fifth on the team in tackles. He spent his first three seasons in the league with the New York Jets after making the team in 2008 as an undrafted rookie. Detroit, desperate for success with only one playoff victory since 1957, also hopes Ndamukong Suh will sign a new contract to avoid having the defensive tackle count more than $20 million against the salary cap in 2014.
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. 8 exhibition game marking the leaders birthday. Rodman said the game is on track despite the recent execution of Kims uncle in a dramatic political purge. Rodmans visit comes less than a week after North Korea announced the execution of Jang Song Thaek, an unprecedented fall from grace for one of the most powerful figures in the country.
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. In fact, cranky would best describe the Celtics mood as they packed for a trip home to play Milwaukee on Wednesday. "It was a win, thats all it was for us," Boston coach Doc Rivers said.For the first time in their 21 seasons, the Winnipeg Goldeyes have won 11 consecutive games. The Goldeyes ran away with it late in a 14-4 win over the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks Sunday afternoon after Newman Outdoor Field. The win gives Winnipeg their third consecutive sweep and, at the very least, maintains the Goldeyes 8 1/2 game lead in the American Associations North Division. Like they had done the previous two nights, the Goldeyes scored first. Donnie Webb came through with a two-RBI single in the top of the first to give Winnipeg and early 2-0 advantage. After Fargos Nic Jackson hit a solo home run off Goldeyes starter Ethan Hollingsworth in the bottom of the second, Josh Mazzola kept Winnipeg in front by gunning out Anthony Kaskadden at home plate on a ground ball. Fargo took their first lead of the series in the bottom of the fourth on Travis Higgs two-RBI single. The Goldeyes had left the bases loaded in the top of the fourth, but wouldnt make the same mistake in the top of the sixth. After Ryan Pineda extended the inning by beating out a potential double play ball, Casey Haerther eventually came to the plate with two out andd cracked a two-RBI single to put Winnipeg back on top.dddddddddddd The hit extended Haerthers hitting streak to 17 games. The game stayed that way until Winnipeg blew the doors off in the top of the ninth with two outs. Reggie Abercrombie started it with a two-run home run off Fargo reliever Erik Draxton. After Brock Bond scored on a wild pitch by RedHawks reliever Nate Garcia, who came in for Draxton, Kuhn hit a two-RBI double off Garcia. Mazzola then hit the next pitch down the left field line to score Kuhn. After Ray Sadler doubled in Mazzola and Haerther drew a walk, Webb cracked the first pitch he saw over the right field fence for a three-run home run. Fargo added a run in the bottom of the ninth off Goldeyes reliever Chris Kissock on a sac fly. All nine Goldeyes hitters had at least one hit in the game, led by Alens three-hit afternoon. Webb had five RBI. Hollingsworth went 7 2/3 innings, allowing three runs on seven hits. He struck out five and walked two to get the win in his third consecutive quality start. Kevin Fuqua took the loss for Fargo. In the sweep, the Goldeyes trailed for just two innings all series. ' ' '
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