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  • NFL Giants defender Pierre-Paul reportedly hurt in fireworks mishap

    New York Giants star defender Jason Pierre-Paul injured a hand in a fireworks mishap in Florida on the Fourth of July holiday on Saturday, US media reported Sunday. Multiple reports said the pass-rush specialist suffered "severe" injuries, although ESPN reported they were not thought to threaten…

  • Longtime Chiefs executive Steadman dies at 86

    Longtime Chiefs executive Jack Steadman, who spent more than four decades with the franchise and helped build its only Super Bowl team, died early Sunday. Steadman had been dealing with Alzheimer's disease in recent years. ''I had the privilege of knowing Jack my entire life, and he taught me much…

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  • GB Packers tight end Quarless charged with firing a gun

    Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless was arrested Saturday after police said he allegedly fired two shots into the air during an argument outside a Miami Beach parking garage, authorities said. Miami Beach Police say a witness reported that Quarless was riding in a black Porsche with three…

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    New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul "severely injured" his hand in a fireworks accident in South Florida on Saturday night, according to reports. Radio host Andy Slater at WINZ in Miami was the first to report the news on Twitter. "Big Jason Pierre-Paul story about to break in S. Fla,"…

  • Packers' Quarless charged with firing automatic handgun

    Green Bay Packers player Andrew Quarless was arrested Saturday after allegedly firing a semi-automatic handgun following an argument near a Miami Beach parking garage. Quarless got out of his black Porsche and approached the women's vehicle after they left a parking garage, according to the police…

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    Nelson 66-yard TD

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers connects with wide receiver Jordy Nelson for a 66-yard touchdown.

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