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Players surrender guns

At least seven NFL players have turned their guns into their respective team’s security following the murder-suicide ...

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What’s market for Michael Vick?

Vick’s contract calls for a $15.5 million salary in 2013, but the Eagles owe him nothing if they cut him in the days after the Super Bowl ...

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Trent Richardson ties Jim Brown’s rookie TD mark

Rookie running back Trent Richardson had a pair of 1-yard TD runs for Cleveland to tie Hall of Famer Jim Brown’s franchise record of touchdown runs by a rookie with nine. ...

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2012 Hall of Fame inductees

The 2012 class features three former NFL players: Tim Brown, Heisman Trophy winner and veteran of 17 seasons; former Cowboys Defensive End Charles Haley, the only player to win five Super Bowls; and the late Gene Upshaw, six-time Pro Bowler. ...

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Sports Illustrated names Lebron James 2012 Sportsman of the Year

Sports Illustrated named Lebron James 2012 Sportsman of the Year on Dec. 3, 2012, becoming the first NBA player to win the award since teammate Dwyane Wade in 2006 ...

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Tuskegee beats Alabama St. 27-25

Tuskegee beat Alabama State 27-25 on Thursday in the Turkey Day Classic, spoiling the Hornets’ first game at New ASU Stadium. ...

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UAPB’s Coleman, MVSU’s Morgan named Eddie Robinson Award finalists

UAPB head coach Monte Coleman and Mississippi Valley State head coach Karl Morgan have been named finalists for the Eddie Robinson Award. ...

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Dusty Baker and the Cincinnati Reds agree on a two-year extension

That’s why it was with relative speed that the two sides agreed on to a two-year contract extension that keeps Baker in Cincinnati through the 2014 season. Terms were not revealed, but Baker said it was essentially the same deal he had before. ...

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The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid

The Fab Five reminds us of why college athletes must be paid ...

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