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The Bengals’ kicker — yes, the kicker — belongs at the cool kids’ table
Think NFL kickers can't have swag? Meet Evan McPherson.
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Chris Mack seemed like a sure thing at Louisville (six games to watch this weekend)
Louisville will be one of, if not the best, job open in this coaching cycle.
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Reused and reimagined: Beijing’s Olympic architecture
China turned inward to construct the 2022 Winter Games.
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Jeff Fisher returns to pro football as a head coach in the fledgling USFL
The former Oilers/Titans and Rams coach, out of the NFL since 2016, is set to help the Michigan Panthers get off the ground.
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The only outrage in the Hall of Fame voting? How many people voted for Barry Bonds.
The Hall of Fame shouldn't admit cheaters. It doesn't have to be more complicated than that.
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Rafael Nadal nears history, with only Daniil Medvedev standing in his way
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Shaun White hopes, for one final Olympics, he can be Shaun White again
Snowboarding icon is ready to retire after the Beijing Games, but he’s not about to go quietly.
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The numbers back up the eye test: Tyreek Hill is the NFL’s fastest player
Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill looks like the fastest player in the NFL, and the numbers prove it to be true.
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A ‘Bronco for life’ became a Ram at midseason, giving a defensive front a Super Bowl look
The early-November deal that sent Von Miller from Denver to Los Angeles elevated an already-strong defensive front into something that's borderline impossible to block.
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China open to U.N. rights chief visiting Xinjiang, as long as she doesn’t do any investigating there
Human rights groups fear a “ploy” from China to delay international criticism until after the Olympics.
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Chloe Bibby, with her parents and bobbleheads in the house, leads Maryland past Rutgers
On the night Maryland honored the Australian with a playful figurine, her parents made the trip from Down Under to watch her lead the Terrapins past Rutgers.
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USMNT handles El Salvador to earn three big World Cup qualifying points
The Americans take another big step toward securing a spot in the 32-team field in Qatar thanks to Antonee Robinson's 52nd-minute strike, the difference in a 1-0 win.
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Warriors’ Draymond Green signs deal with Turner Sports while still active in NBA
"I couldn’t be prouder to officially be a part of the of the TNT family," Golden State Warriors three-time NBA champion and three time all-star said.
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LeBron James, Kevin Durant reprise roles at top of NBA All-Star Game starting lineups
The Lakers' LeBron James led all vote-getters to earn his 18th All-Star Game selection, tying Kobe Bryant for the second-most in NBA history.
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‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ expands to High Isle, medieval island home to the Bretons
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Chiefs' Mahomes exudes calm during most stressful moments
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‘Rainbow Six Extraction’ is really good. I don’t believe it either.
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D.C. United finalizes acquisitions of Taxiarchis Fountas and Brad Smith
MLS club seeking additional signings as preseason roster overhaul continues.
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Deebo Samuel didn’t fit in anywhere. So he now plays everywhere.
Versatile playmaker does it all For San Francisco — piles up yards and touchdowns while collecting bruising hits.
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Positive coronavirus tests could end Olympic dreams before athletes leave for Beijing
A U.S. bobsledder has tested positive for coronavirus even before departing for the Olympics.
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Bears are set to hire Colts’ coordinator Matt Eberflus as coach
He'd spent the past four seasons as defensive coordinator of the Colts.
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Congressional committee to hold roundtable with former WFT employees on toxic workplace
Next week's discussion aimed at giving House committee members a chance to hear firsthand accounts of former employees.
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Ben Roethlisberger announces his retirement after 18 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers
Roethlisberger, 39, won two Super Bowls and ranks fifth in NFL history in passing yards.
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Nationals prospect Jake Alu may not be great at any one thing, but he’s good at everything
Alu has spent his entire baseball career lurking under the radar.
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Teaching, parenting and grieving: South River coach copes after losing wife to covid at 44
Mike Zivic -- basketball coach, widower, father of two -- finds a balance after 2020 tragedy.
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American Danielle Collins reaches Australian Open final, where world No. 1 Ash Barty awaits
Danielle Collins will play in her first Grand Slam final, while Ash Barty will be looking for her first Australian Open championship.
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Broncos to hire Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett as head coach
Nathaniel Hackett, the offensive coordinator for the Green Bay Packers, is set to become head coach of the Denver Broncos.
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Maryland must hire the right men’s basketball coach. Here’s where to start.
Maryland men's basketball needs a fresh choice, without any worrisome baggage. Here are five terrific options.
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Chiefs fans salute Josh Allen, Bills Mafia by donating to Buffalo children’s hospital
Chiefs fans have been making donations to Buffalo's John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital, many in $13 increments, “to celebrate the Chiefs’ victory ... while giving due respect to Josh Allen, the Bills and Bills Mafia.”
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The 49ers’ gambling defense knows when to hold 'em. That’s what makes it so good.
San Francisco defensive coordinator DeMeco Ryans has earned his players' respect with calculated gambles that show his trust in the unit.
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