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  • Joe Delaney's legacy still strong, 33 years after he died trying to save others

    This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL’s past. Do you know the story of Joe Delaney? Thirty three years ago this week, the life of a promising young running back — one who didn’t…

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  • Other Teams Have Dropped Out And Joakim Noah 'Almost Certainly' Signs With The Knicks

    As a summer full of NBA rumors swirled prior to free agency, there’s one thing we knew for certain about free agent-to-be Joakim Noah: He wasn’t going back to the Bulls. At this point, it’s “almost certain” that he is going to return to his hometown of New York and sign with the Knicks. Have heard…

  • Gary Kubiak gets awful spot in head coach power rankings

    The Denver Broncos head coach wasn't placed as high as you'd think on's head coach power rankings list. The post Gary Kubiak gets awful spot in head coach power rankings appeared first on Cover32.

  • Muguruza stunned in 2nd round at Wimbledon by qualifier

    Less than a month after winning the French Open, the second-seeded Spaniard was beaten in the second round of Wimbledon on Thursday by a Slovakian qualifier ranked No. 124. In the biggest upset of the tournament so far, Jana Cepelova beat a listless Muguruza 6-3, 6-2 on Court 1 in less than an hour…

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  • Raikkonen unclear on Ferrari future

    Ferrari know Kimi Raikkonen's desire for next season, but he is yet to have his seat in the team guaranteed for 2017.

  • Missy Franklin rallies with gutsy swim at US trials

    Missy Franklin stood beside the blocks, staring down the still water in her lane. A night after she failed to make the Olympic team in the 100-meter backstroke - an event she won four years ago in London - Franklin rallied to finish second in the 200 freestyle Wednesday night at the U.S. trials.…

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  • Manchester United: Jose Mourinho Has 'Zero' Chance of Securing Top Target

    Jose Mourinho has “zero” chance of securing his top transfer target for Manchester United this summer.

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  • Shaq wants son to attend college where coach will 'curse him out'

    The Basketball Hall of Famer says he wants his son Shareef to play for a college coach that won’t go easy on him.

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    Funniest Photos in Golf: Quicken Loans National (10 photos)

    Each week, we bring you the funniest and most entertaining photos from around the golf world. This week, players headed to Maryland to compete in the Quicken Loans National hosted by Tiger Woods.

  • Mutilated body found near Rio Olympic beach volleyball site

    With a dark cloud already hanging over the 2016 Summer Olympics, the last thing Rio de Janeiro organizers needed was more bad publicity. Parts of a mutilated body were discovered on Copacabana beach, mere yards away from the 2016 Summer Olympics beach volleyball site, police said. The body was…

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  • Pressure still arriving for Juan Carlos Osorio, Mexico

    While Juan Carlos Osorio has retained his place in charge of the Mexican national team, the country's media members and fans are only beginning to heap pressure on his shoulders.
  • Shane Lowry: U.S. Open Penalty Fiasco Affected My Final Round

    The Irishman had a four-shot lead going into the final round of the 2016 U.S. Open before falling to a T2 finish. Coming up just short in a major is always a painful experience, but Shane Lowry’s U.S. Open loss was particularly rough. The USGA’s waffling about Dustin Johnson’s penalty cast a cloud…

  • Datone Jones is Loving his new Position

    The career start hasn’t been ideal for the Green Bay Packers’ linebacker and former first round draft choice Datone Jones. In his first three years as a pro, Jones has only registered 52 tackles and eight sacks. His underwhelming performance on the field has pushed for the Packers to inspire Jones’…

  • Jake Plummer: Not a fan of Jerry Jones

    As a small minority of NFL players begin to speak out about the potential pain-management benefits of medical marijuana, particularly instead of taking highly-addictive opioids, they have at least one former player in their corner: Jake Plummer. Plummer, who split 10 seasons between Arizona and…

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    Dustin Johnson on celebrating U.S. Open victory

    Prior to the 2016 World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational, Following his U.S. Open win, Dustin Johnson talks about what happened, where he went and what he did with the U.S. Open trophy.

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  • A deeper look at Raiders WRs Seth Roberts and Andre Holmes

    As important as starters are, backups can play key roles at pivotal moments throughout a season. Here's a look at the backup wide receivers for the Oakland Raiders. The post A deeper look at Raiders WRs Seth Roberts and Andre Holmes appeared first on Cover32.

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    Johnny Manziel sends message to father from Mexico

    Johnny Manziel, who was spotted on a plane earlier this week, responded to his father Tuesday with an Instagram post from Cabo San Lucas, referencing the druggie comments with a “#hiDad” in his photo caption.

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