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Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott denies he was 'detained' by police

A TMZ report claimed the Cowboys running back had been held by police at a nightclub on Friday night in Columbus, Ohio.
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John Calipari defends fired N.C. State Mark Gottfried in epic rant

Mark Gottfried may be out of a job at the end of the season, but the fired N.C. State basketball coach has at least one fan in Coach Cal.
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Miguel Cabrera motivated to win this year for Tigers, Venezuela

Cabrera is ready to help the Tigers win after beloved owner Mike Ilitch passed away.
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Dolphins give Cameron Wake new two-year deal

The Dolphins released Mario Williams, but will hang onto Wake, who had a bounce-back year with 11 1/2 sacks last season.
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Michigan State's Eron Harris injures knee, leaves game on stretcher

Harris entered Saturday's game as the third-leading scorer on Michigan State's team.
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Jays' Josh Donaldson diagnosed with calf strain after MRI

The Blue Jays third baseman felt a "small tweak" in his right calf.
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Top Washington LB giving up NFL career for rugby

Psalm Wooching led the Huskies in sacks last season.
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Padres reach one-year deal with Jered Weaver

The veteran right-hander, a three-time All Star, has been hampered by a loss of velocity on his fastball the last couple of years.
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Tracy McGrady, Chris Webber head list of first-time finalists for basketball hall of fame

Other first-time finalists include legendary college coaches Rollie Massimino and Bill Self and former UConnn star Rebecca Lobo.
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Could Texas pass bill making NFL players stand for national anthem?

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott mentioned a law that would require NFL players to stand for the national anthem, but it would be unconstitutional.
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Angels owner says team will play in Angel Stadium through 2028

The Angels, who had been trying to build a new stadium, reportedly now plan to stay in aging Angel Stadium in Anaheim.
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Terrell Owens dropped too many passes, says hall of fame voter

A hall of fame voter defended the selection committee's decision not to vote for Terrell Owens — because he dropped too many passes.
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Juror links Aaron Hernandez to Deflategate, is dismissed from murder trial

A woman who associated Aaron Hernandez with Deflategate was one of several potential jurors dismissed Friday from Hernandez's murder trial.
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Alabama finds new offensive coordinator on Patriots coaching staff

Brian Daboll spent the previous four seasons as an assistant coach on Bill Belichick's staff.
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Jets cornerback Revis turns himself in to Pittsburgh police

Darrelle Revis is facing multiple charges following an altercation that left a pair of Pittsburgh men unconscious last weekend.
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Darrelle Revis released on bond

The Jets cornerback is facing multiple charges following an altercation that left a pair of Pittsburgh men unconscious last weekend.
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Former Patriots cornerback Myers dies aged 38

Leonard Myers' battle with cancer kept him from attending a reunion of the New England Patriots' Super Bowl XXXVI championship team.
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Nick Swisher announces retirement from MLB, joins Fox Sports

Nick Swisher made it official with an article he penned in The Players Tribune on Friday: he’s retired as a baseball player.
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Jeff Triplette resigns as head of NFL refs union, Tony Steratore takes over

Triplette has been an NFL referee for 21 years and was president of the ​NFL Referees Association since 2013.
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