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Dec 2, 2012 8:38pm
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BUFFALO, N. Prince Amukamara Womens Jersey .Y. —Veteran
punter Brian Moorman has signed with the Dallas Cowboys a day after being
released by the Buffalo Bills, the players agent says. Ron Raccuia said Moorman
travelled to Dallas and signed with Cowboys on Wednesday night. Moorman is
expected to fill in for Chris Jones, who was injured on a roughing-the-punter
penalty in a 16-10 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. Dallas hosts Chicago on Monday
night before entering its bye week off. Moorman is a two-time NFL Pro Bowl
selection who spent his entire 11-plus seasons in Buffalo before being abruptly
cut by the team. Moorman set two career franchise records in Buffalo by
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. The Mets recalled righty Chris Schwinden from Triple-A Buffalo and selected
the contract of infielder Omar Quintanilla before Tuesday nights game.
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came off the bench in the second half to score his fifth goal of the season,
giving the Seattle Sounders a 2-2 tie with the New York Red Bulls on
Sunday.Andrei Kirilenko is returning to the NBA, this time with Minnesota. The
Timberwolves found the versatile, tough-defending small forward theyve been
seeking to fill out their roster, and this one they didnt have to try to pry
away from a division rival. Kirilenkos signing of a two-year, $20 million
contract was completed Friday after a three-team trade with New Orleans and
Phoenix cleared the necessary space under the salary cap. The 31-year-old
Kirilenko spent last season with CKSA Moscow after a 10-year run with Utah,
choosing to play in his native Russia during the lockout and staying there once
it ended. “I think playing a more regular schedule in Europe helped his body. He
told me he feels tremendous. He feels as good as hes ever felt,” Timberwolves
president of basketball operations and general manager David Kahn said. “I think
that, if anything, it was probably a small advantage for him to not play in the
NBA.” Kirilenko, currently playing with the Russian national team at the Summer
Olympics in London, won the Most Valuable Player and Best Defender awards in the
Euroleague. In a statement provided by the team, he said hes excited to be
coming back to the United States, where he has dual citizenship. “The Wolves
have one of the best coaches in the league in Rick Adelman, and I feel my game
fits in well with his style of play,” Kirilenko said. “I also like the talent
that Minnesota has on the team with star players like Kevin Love and
Ricky Rubio.” All 10 of Kirilenkos NBA seasons have been with the Jazz, who
selected him with the 24th overall pick in the 1999 draft. He averaged 12.4
points, 5.6 rebounds and 30.8 minutes per game during that time, including an
All-Star 2003-04 season when he averaged 16.5 points, 8.1 rebounds, 2.8 blocks
and 1.9 steals. He has 62 games of five or more blocks and 14 games of five or
more steals. The Timberwolves signed restricted free agent Nicolas Batum to an
offer sheet and also tried to swing a sign-and-trade deal with Portland, but the
Blazers didnt budge and kept the 23-year-old from France. So the Wolves turned
to Kirilenko, a 6-foot-9 budding superstar at one point whose productivity waned
over the last few years under the weight of a variety of injuries. “We see
somebody who can help us in a number of ways,” Kahn said, “and frankly is the
kind of player we didnt have on our team.” With all of the dominant,
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