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Money Nissan sales up 13% in April

That level narrowly topped the industry average of $3,021 but trailed industry growth of 13.3%.Follow USA TODAY reporter Nathan Bomey on Twitter @NathanBomey.
USA Today
03/05
14 Points
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Money Toyota sales rise as big vehicles soar

That still trails the industry average of $3,021.The Toyota brand sold 186,243 vehicles in April, up 5%. sales rose 4% in April, compared to a year earlier.Edmunds.com had projected sales growth of 5%, and Kelley Blue Book had projected growth of 4%.Average incentives per Toyota vehicle rose 14% to $2,017, according to TrueCar.
USA Today
03/05
9 Points
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Projected Week 1 starters for teams who made off-season quarterback moves

As coach Todd Bowles said: “If we get Ryan back, he’s our starting quarterback going in.” Now, the two sides just have to come to a middle ground on price. That’s tough to ask of any rookie, let alone one who ran a simple, one-read offense in college.Projected 2016 Week 1 starter: SanchezJetsNew York got a quarterback, but it didn’t change much. The Chiefs reportedly tried to trade up in the first round to get Paxton Lynch, but were outbid by the Broncos.
USA Today
01/05
6 Points
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Sports Broncos in the draft: Good ball carriers abound in this draft

return won't prevent the Broncos from selecting a running back in the draft this week.Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott is the best one in this draft. Prosise and UCLA's Paul Perkins all would fit well in Broncos coach Gary Kubiak's zone scheme and should be available in round 2 or 3.Booker probably is the second-best three-down back in the draft, behind Elliott. Projected round: Third Solid all-around back who likely will be a starter for years to come.
The Denver Post
26/04
11 Points

Sports NFL draft: 10 Bay Area prospects likely to hear name called

Stanford LB Blake Martinez (6-2, 237)Projected round: 6-7.Comment: Punishing, old-school inside linebacker. Stanford QB Kevin Hogan (6-3, 218)Projected round: 4-5.Comment: One of the most intriguing players in the draft. Cal QB Jared Goff (6-4, 215)Projected round: 1.Comment: One of the top quarterbacks in the draft, along with North Dakota State's Carson Wentz, and believed to be coveted by the L.A. Good chance that he makes a roster and spends 10 years in the NFL.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
12 Points
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Denver Broncos road to the draft: Safeties

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib calls Denver safeties Darian Stewart and T.J. He's an old-school box safety that might have to play more of a nickel linebacker spot in the modern NFL because of his limited instincts. Expect Denver to add at least one safety in the draft to help fill in.The top two prospects in this solid safety class are West Virginia's Karl Joseph and Ohio State's Vonn Bell. Projected round: Third or fourthBox safety with a knack for bruising hits.
The Denver Post
22/04
15 Points

Sports A's projected lineup for Monday night's opener against White Sox

Here is the A's projected starting lineup for Monday night's season-opener against the Chicago White Sox.
San Jose Mercury News
04/04
15 Points
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