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  • WWE Hall of Famer Roddy Piper dies at 61

    ''Rowdy'' Roddy Piper, the kilt wearing trash-talker who headlined the first WrestleMania and later found movie stardom, died Friday. Piper's death also comes days after Hulk Hogan, his biggest rival for decades, was fired by the WWE. Hogan had used racial slurs in a conversation captured on a sex…

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  • Padres inquired about Paul Goldschmidt in trade talks for Craig Kimbrel

    Padres GM A.J. Preller swings for the fences in trade talks with Arizona.

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  • Jack Beckman has quickest Funny Car run in NHRA history

    Jack Beckman powered to quickest Funny Car run in NHRA history Friday night in qualifying for the NHRA Sonoma Nationals. Beckman finished with a record time of 3.921 seconds at 323.43 mph in a Dodge Charger. ''We're in a wonderful position right now,'' said Beckman, who will earn a 20-point bonus…

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    20 most lucrative NFL contracts (20 photos)

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson got the big deal July 31 that he had been seeking this offseason. Was it enough to crack the top 20? Here's a list of the league's top 20 highest-paid players (figures according to Spotrac.com).

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  • Pads go on at Dolphins camp; Suh finds new gear

    The second-year offensive lineman probably thought he was ready for what was coming Saturday, the first day of in-pads work at the Miami Dolphins training camp. Then he lined up against Ndamukong Suh, the prize acquisition by the Dolphins this offseason and perhaps the top defensive lineman in the…

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  • ESPN Analyst Chris Mortensen Cancels Boston Radio Interview in Wake of Deflategate Outcry

    ESPN analyst Chris Mortensen was not keen to enter enemy territory on Friday. The NFL expert was scheduled to appear on Boston radio talk show “Dennis & Callahan” on WEEI to discuss his January report about the New England Patriots that was later debunked, according to multiple media outlets. “You…

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  • Warriors acquire Jason Thompson from 76ers for Wallace

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- The Golden State Warriors have acquired forward/center Jason Thompson from the Philadelphia 76ers for forward Gerald Wallace, the player they had just received from Boston in the David Lee deal.

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  • Stars collide: Mike Trout meets J.J. Watt in Houston

    What happens when unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Apparently they take batting practice.

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  • Mourinho aims another dig at old rival Wenger

    Jose Mourinho has taken another swipe at old rival Arsene Wenger by claiming the Arsenal manager has only himself to blame for failing to find a solution to his dismal record against the Chelsea boss. Wenger has failed to record a single victory over Mourinho in their 13 meetings and ahead of their…

    AFP
  • Three tips to remember heading into fantasy football drafts

    With draft season here, you'll want to keep certain things in mind when you're on the clock.

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  • Wie drops out as Pettersen sets pace at windy Turnberry

    Norway's Suzann Pettersen surged two strokes clear of the field while world number 17 Michelle Wie of the U.S. pulled out with a sore ankle in the Women's British Open second round on Friday. Pettersen, ranked sixth in the world, overcame a strong breeze at the Turnberry links to shoot a…

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  • Hawks' Mike Scott faces felony charges after arrest on pot, MDMA possession

    The third-year forward and his brother were arrested by Banks County, Ga., sheriff's deputies on Thursday morning.

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  • Missing father of golfer Billy Hurley found safe in Texas

    GAINESVILLE, Va. (AP) — The father of PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III was found safe in Texas after he went missing for nearly two weeks, police said Friday.

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  • American Pharoah draws crowd for Haskell gallop

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah had an enthusiastic rooting section as he galloped Friday morning in preparation for the $1.75 million Haskell Invitational. Monmouth Park built a ''Pharoah Fan Fest'' around the colt's appearance in the race on Sunday. The first event was a free open house…

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  • Hurley hits the ground running with Sun Devils

    Bobby Hurley's arrival at Arizona State created a buzz in the desert and drew national attention to a program often overshadowed by its rival to the south. Before the initial fanfare of his hiring had subsided, Hurley was already at work, watching recruits, building his coaching staff, doing all…

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    RADIO: UFC's Gustafsson prepares for biggest fight of career

    UFC Light Heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson, joins "Primecut" to preview what he would call the biggest fight of his career. Gustafsson will fight for the Light Heavyweight belt versus title holder Daniel Cormier on October 3 in Houston, Tx.

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  • Clint Bowyer issues statement amidst uncertainty at MWR

    "There's obviously some change on the horizon."

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  • As camp begins, Rams know they want Foles long-term

    Before playing a down, Nick Foles has made a big impression on the St. Louis Rams. General manager Les Snead said the Rams have been in contact with the agent for Foles, due for free agency after the season. ''I always go to this: ''Hey, if a quarterback is playing well and you're winning, having…

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  • I can still win, says Woods after taking route 66

    (Reuters) - Tiger Woods celebrated a lengthy birdie putt on his penultimate hole with one of his trademark fist pumps on the way to his lowest round of the year in relation to par at the Quicken Loans National in Virginia on Friday. Woods, who has mainly struggled on the PGA Tour this season while…

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