Sports Alliterations

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Former NFL Tight End, won 3 Super Bowls in his career
Either a Carolina Panthers or a New York Giants receiver
The current home of the NBA's Miami Heat, named after an Airline
Former WNBAer who won 3 MVPs for the L.A. Sparks
Hit 583 career home runs, holds record for most hit in rookie season (49)
Former World #1 golfer, won British Open in 2001
An Ivory Coast national, he currently plays for Chelsea of the Premier League
Holds the record for most career PGA Tour wins
The Minnesota Vikings play their home games at the Metrodome named after this person
Responsible for the infamous headbutt during the 2006 World Cup Final
Some former players of this team include Phil Esposito, Ray Bourque, and Bobby Orr
WWE's first of the 'Big 4' events on the calendar, held in January
Current WR who is only receiver to record at least 110 receptions in 3 straight seasons
The reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion
This famous outfielder had his #7 retired by the Yankees
Known as one of the toughest courses in the USA, it hosted two US Opens this decade
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Golf's 3 time Major Champion, hailing from South Africa
Originally drafted by the Pistons, this UCLA alum now plays for the Nuggests
NFL Team who plays their home games at Qwest Field
This defenceman has played more NHL games than any other American born player
Nicknamed 'The Moose', he captained 2 different teams to Stanley Cups
MLB's Home Run King*
NHL's defending Stanley Cup Champion
Coach infamous for 'Spygate'
NHL's reigning Vezina Trophy winner
NCAA basketball's semi-finals are also known as this
Along with Barry Bonds, this NBAer is the only other professional athlete to win consecutive MVPs with 2 different teams (1982 and 1983)
This MLB team has lost the most games of any team in the history of American professional sports
University of Minnesota's sports team name
Current Boston Celtics Point Guard
Currently playing for the Chicago Bulls, he led LSU to the Final Four in 2006
The offensive co-ordinator for 'The Greatest Show on Turf' Rams teams

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