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Rant Sports Podcast: 5 Things You Need To Know, March 9th, 2014

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The Rant Sports Podcast is back on the air with the biggest sports headlines for Sunday March 9th. You might think weekends are a slow-moving time for hard-hitting sports news, but you would be dead wrong! Enjoy:

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Phil Jackson is back! Nope, it’s not the Los Angeles Lakers or even the Chicago Bulls. Instead, Jackson is reportedly close to taking a gig with the New York Knicks. Apparently, the “Zen Master” wants full control of the Knicks and to that I say good luck, Phil:

New York Knicks Rumors: Phil Jackson Leaning Toward Talking Job

Red Bryant was cut by the Seattle Seahawks earlier this offseason and it didn’t take long for the defensive tackle to find work. He’s now reunited with Gus Bradley down with the Jacksonville Jaguars and the AFC South better take notice.

Red Bryant’s Reunion With Gus Bradley Will Give AFC South Headaches

This just in: Jabari Parker is really good. The All-American is still undecided on the 2014 NBA Draft, but come’on if Parker doesn’t enter then the NBA should just cancel the thing.

Jabari Parker is Too Good Not To Go Pro After Duke Basketball Season Ends  

The Green Bay Packers disappointed a lot of folks last year. So, to try and get back into the postseason Green Bay has locked up defensive back Sam Shields. Not sure if he’s worth almost $40 million, but hey, it’s not my money:

Green Bay Packers Make Good Move Re-Sign Sam Shields For 4 Years

March Madness is kicking in, folks. The conference tournaments are hours away and you know a handful of teams are just sweating like crazy. Check out Rant Sports on facebook, Twitter or Google Plus to see which 10 teams are on the hot seat. Thank you for checking out the Rant Sports Podcast!

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