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NEW YORK (AP) -- Kristin Cavallari is a new mom. The former star of MTV reality shows "Laguna Beach" and "The Hills" has given birth to her first child, a boy named Camden Jack Cutler. The baby's father is Cavallari's fiance, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. The 25-year-old Cavallari wrote Wednesday on Twitter that she was "thrilled" to announce the baby's birth that morning. He weighed 7 lbs., 9 oz. She added that everyone was "doing great." Her publicist Jack Ketsoyan confirmed the birth. Cavallari and the 29-year-old Cutler announced their engagement in 2011 but broke up briefly last summer. They reconciled a few months later.
New Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor has been working out with Steelers All-Pro Antonio Brown this offseason.
The pair documented their receiving drills, ladder drills and even yoga on social media. But what you didn't see, according to ESPN's John Keim, is Pryor practicing with special glasses that Brown recommended.
Based on Brown’s advice, Pryor has also worn special sunglasses during offseason workouts, designed to prevent him from seeing an object – in this case the ball – until it is almost upon him. Sometimes he takes his gloves off, just to get a feel for the ball with his hands.
The glasses Keim describes sound more like blinders, or even tunnel vision, but the idea is to help Pryor get an instinctive feel for running routes.
Despite putting up 1,007 receiving yards with the Browns last year, Pryor has only played the position since 2015. His first four seasons in the NFL were spent trying to make a roster playing quarterback.
Now penciled into a starting receiver role for the Redskins, he knows he has a lot of catching up to do.
"The good ones, they ask questions and never think they’ve got it. They always want to learn," Pryor said, "I’m not calling myself a great one, but I think I can get there."
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The NBA Draft has come and gone, but the Pacers remain active in trying to trade superstar Paul George. According to a new report, the Nuggets have emerged as a possible partner in a three-team deal to land George in Cleveland.
The report comes from ESPN's Marc Stein and Chris Haynes, who tweeted these rumors on Sunday:
If this were to go through, the Cavs would end up with George and Faried, while losing Love. Faried doesn't exactly qualify as a fourth star but the duo of them could, in theory, make the Cavs better than they were with just Love. Faried could fill the rebounding void and George would make them better defensively.
If Love goes to Denver, like Stein says, it would be interesting to see what goes to the Pacers. They are, after all, giving up the best player in the deal.
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