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#1 by Cl11234566 , Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:47 am

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers have designated linebacker Jason Worilds as the teams transition player for 2014. Worilds was set to become a free agent next week, but now the Steelers will have five days to match any offer he receives. Free agency begins March 11. The transition tag for linebackers is $9.754 million. Worilds was drafted in the second round (52nd overall) in 2010 out of Virginia Tech. Hes started 21 of 57 regular-season games in which hes played and has 121 tackles (90 solo), 18 sacks and three forced fumbles. Last season he set career highs in starts (11), tackles (54), sacks (8) and forced fumbles (2). Pittsburgh is nearly $6 million over the salary cap of $133 million that goes into effect next week. Los Angeles Lakers Store . Obasi chested the ball past one defender, prodded it past another and then rounded the keeper before scoring from a tight angle in the 16th minute. 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Cotto became the first Puerto Rican fighter to win world championships in four weight divisions, stopping Sergio Martinez in their WBC world middleweight title fight Saturday night.CALGARY -- Jonathan Toews was the second youngest member of the gold medal-winning 2010 Canadian Olympic team. At 21-years-old, approaching one of the most pressure-infused tournaments in the nations history, the nerves were, as one would expect, biting hard at an early practice for that squad. "I wasnt catching passes too well," Toews reflected with a growing laugh as Hockey Canadas three-day orientation camp rolled on Monday morning with a unique ball hockey walk-through. "Just the little things that should be easy; I was kind of over-thinking it." The Canadian squad in Vancouver had a distinctive sage veteran feel about it. Only 20-year-old Drew Doughty was younger than the seemingly unflappable Toews. Those two were joined in an exclusive pocket of youth by the nations eventual hero Sidney Crosby (also 21). That will likely change in 2014. Just as the NHL has been increasingly overrun by a pack of rabblerousing youth, so too will the band that represents Canada in Sochi. Gone from 2010 will be a future Hall of Fame class fronted by Chris Pronger and Scott Niedermayer, the pair likely to be joined on the outside by an aging group that could include Brenden Morrow, Jarome Iginla, Dany Heatley, Patrick Marleau and perhaps Martin Brodeur, Joe Thornton and even Dan Boyle. Forcing their way into the mix this winter will be a fresh wave of Canadian talent, most prominently among them 23-year-old Steven Stamkos and 22-year-old John Tavares. "I think if you probably look over the past five years, the guys that have come into the league, the impact theyve had, you maybe didnt see that 10, 15 years ago," Stamkos, already a two-time scoring champ, told TSN.ca. "Thats just the way the games going. "The Hockey Canada staff are looking to take the best players available regardless of age. It just so happens this year theres a lot more younger players. Not often do you win a gold medal and four years later have only a handful of guys that were on that team. I think its a good thing for Canada and its an exciting thing for me as one of the young guys to be here." Tavares was still an NHL rookie in 2010, but made it a goal four years down the road to have his name in the competition for Sochi. "…knowing [it was] four years from then I thought itd give me a lot of time to develop my game and keep getting better and improve and get on Team Canadas radar," he said. Busting out with 28 goals and 47 points in 48 games in 2013 after 31 and 81 a year prior, Tavaress is now atop the radar for Steve Yzerman and the Hockey Canada brass.ddddddddddddThe face of the Islanders franchise points to a revved up process of development as the primary reason for the insurgence of youthful talent. "The development is so much greater and theres so much more exposure and more importance [placed] on things like nutrition and off-ice training," Tavares explained, "and that really wasnt there even 15, 20 years ago. It makes a big difference for a lot of us young guys when youre exposed to it all and you can see what it takes and you have a better understanding of what it is to be an impact [player] earlier in your career. "Whether me, Steven, Taylor Hall, Matt Duchene, all these guys, I think were talented hockey players and were driven to be great players and want to succeed and want to be a part of stuff like this. I dont think you want to let your age hold you back, you want to take advantage of every opportunity you can." "For me, having played in the NHL for five years now and gone through a playoff run and played in numerous world championships, you start to feel more comfortable in situations like this," Stamkos added. Hockey Canada selected 47 players for this late August camp, a group that was peppered with waves of talent poised to contribute not only now but in the years to come. Taylor Hall (21), Jordan Eberle (23), Matt Duchene (22), Alex Pietrangelo (23), P.K. Subban (24) and Logan Couture (24), represent the present and future of Canadian Hockey. Theres no reason that one or perhaps a handful wont be able to contribute as early as 2014. As Toews demonstrated with an increasingly dominant performance in 2010 – leading the team with eight points – age often proves just a number. "I was just looking to prove myself and I was confident that I was going to have a great season and play my way onto that team," the Blackhawks captain said of the lead-up to Vancouver, noting the expanded presence he eventually earned at the Games. "I dont think you can let what others think or what they say about you worry you too much, its all about what you believe. It sounds pretty cheesy, but I guess its kind of the way you go about it. Im sure theres some young guys here too that maybe all the media and all the people dont think that right now theyre on paper [to make the team] … but if they play their way onto the team so be it. We want the guys that are really going and really want to be in that situation." Youth be damned. ' ' '

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