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NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 22: Dogs participate in the annual "Bark in the Park" prior to a game between the New York Mets and the Miami Marlins at Citi Field on September 22, 2012 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Alex Trautwig/Getty Images)

Dogs participate in the annual "Bark in the Park" prior to a game between the New York Mets and the Miami Marlins at Citi Field on September 22, 2012 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater's Gruesome Injury Was Reportedly So Bad He Nearly Lost His Leg

    Teddy Bridgewater suffered what sounded like an absolutely horrific leg injury in Vikings practice on Tuesday, and he’ll almost certainly be out for the entire season with a torn ACL and a dislocated knee. Source confirms tibiofemoral dislocation, ruptured ACL for Bridgewater. Tibiofemoral dislocation … basically, Bridgewater's femur (upper leg) went off the tibia (shin, lower leg.) Yeah.

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  • NFL Executive on ‘Traitor’ Colin Kaepernick: ‘I Don’t Want Him Anywhere Near My Team’

    Many NFL executives and front office members “truly hate” San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for refusing to stand for the national anthem, according to Bleacher Report. Bleacher Report’s lead NFL writer Mike Freeman wrote that NFL execs who despise Kaepernick’s actions outnumber the front office members who support the polarizing decision to protest the national anthem.

    The Wrap
  • Olympian Meets Girl Who Returned Stolen Gold Medal

    The young girl who found and returned a stolen Olympic gold medal got to meet its rightful owner on Monday, reports WSB-TV Atlanta, a local ABC affiliate. Chloe Smith, now 7 years old, found the medal in a pile of trash two months ago while out walking

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  • The transfer deadline deals that shocked the world

    Transfer deadline day is a peculiar phenomenon of modern football, hyped by television and, more often than not, producing little plaintive howls from legions of supporters desperate for shiny new signings. And yet, the confected drama has, on occasion, produced compelling narratives. Here, Newsweek picks three of the most controversial deadline day deals of all time. Ashley Cole: Arsenal to Chelsea, 2006 Cole had been a part of Arsenal’s Invincibles side that went through 2003-04 unbeaten under Arsene Wenger. He was commonly regarded as England’s, if not the world’s, best left back. Things turned sour, though, when Cole rejected a new contract offer from Arsenal, memorably describing in his

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  • Rumor Roundup: Triple H vs. Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns plans, Cesaro injury, more!

    Speculating on the rumors surrounding pro wrestling is a favored pastime of many fans, perhaps second only to actually watching the matches. In this daily column, we take a look at the latest rumors being churned out by the pro wrestling rumor mill. Important reminder: Rumors are just that -- rumors. None of this has been confirmed as legitimate news or fact, it's just circulating around the pro wrestling rumor mill. Remember, take it all with a grain of salt. Rumors for the Day: Triple H vs. Seth Rollins could be planned for WrestleMania 33, which they may have started building to already on Raw this week. Roman Reigns is expected to pick up his feud with Rusev again now that he lost in the

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  • Jones' first MLB hit and RBI

    JaCoby Jones smacks a double into right field for his first Major League hit and RBI to give the Tigers a 4-3 lead in his big league debut

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  • 'I Feel Bad For Whoever's Next'

    Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Travis Browne has a warning for all the female bantamweights who think the path to the 135-pound title is free and clear while ex-champion Ronda Rousey is on temporary hiatus. "Hapa" told ESPN that "Rowdy" is suffering no lasting effects from her violent knockout loss to Holly Holm last November, and once she's ready to step back inside the Octagon -- somewhere toward the earlier part of next year -- the first person fed to the Olympic judoka will be toast. Including her own upset loss, the women's bantamweight title changed hands three times over the past 10 months. Holm coughed up the strap when Miesha Tate strangled her into submission at UFC 196, a similar fate for "Cupcake" when she ran into Amanda Nunes last July.

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  • Giants bring back OL Will Beatty

    The Giants are bringing back Will Beatty after releasing the offensive lineman earlier this year, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.  New York beat out several other suitors for Beatty, who accepted a 1-year deal with a guarnateed salary of $1.1 million, plus about $750,000 in incentives, according to SNY.tv's Ralph Vacchiano. Beatty, who mostly played left tackle during his first tenure with the Giants, is expected to play right tackle and compete with Marshall Newhouse for playing time. The offensive lineman had worked out for the Panthers this offseason, and had an offer from the Jaguars. The Cardinals and Saints were also interested in bringing Beatty in for a workout.  Beatty was drafted

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  • No trade: Yasiel Puig is staying with the Dodgers. At least for now.

    Yesterday it was reported that Yasiel Puig was claimed on waivers. ESPN’s Jim Bowden has reported that the team that claimed Puig did so in order to block another team from claiming and then trading for Puig, which happens fairly often in these scenarios. Puig continues to rake for Oklahoma City.

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  • LISTEN: Here's the 911 call that was made after Teddy Bridgewater got hurt

    When an NFL player goes down with an injury, it's not always clear how bad it is. But in the case of Teddy Bridgewater, it's pretty evident that the Vikings knew right away that they were dealing with something serious. Just minutes after the Bridgewater went down, an employee of the team called 911 in order to get an ambulance to the Vikings' practice facility as quickly as possible. In the call, which you can hear below, a dispatcher is asking paramedics to quickly get to "9520 Vikings Drive" because someone there has suffered a "dislocated knee." Bridgewater went down just before 2 p.m. CT on Tuesday. By 2:08 p.m CT, there was already an ambulance on the scene. The quick response paid off

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  • Report: Three minor leaguers arrested on Sunday after a bar brawl

    Pirates minor leaguers Gift Ngoepe and Dovydas Neverauskas (pictured) were arrested on Sunday morning in Toledo, Ohio after a bar brawl, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports, citing documents provided by the Toledo Municipal Court. Ngoepe was charged with one count of simple assault and two counts of resisting arrest. Neverauskas was charged with two counts of resisting arrest and one count of misconduct. Tigers minor leaguer Warwick Saupold was involved as well and was arrested for simple assault. Saupold allegedly punched Andrey Goncharuk (not a player for either teams’ affiliates) in the face outside of the Bronze Boar bar, which is across from the Toledo Mud Hens’ ballpark.

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  • Ex-Nuggets coach recalls NBA's anthem controversy with iffy hindsight

    Reactions to Colin Kaepernick have brought Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf back into the public conversation about sports and activism. The NFL and sports world in general are currently in the midst of a controversy surrounding San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has decided not to stand during the national anthem in protest of a country that “oppresses black people and people of color.” Kaepernick’s political stand has proven divisive, receiving criticism from various corners of the sport and exposing many of the retrograde racial views and practices that the protest is intended to reveal. It’s a complicated issue that is unlikely to go away until Kaepernick chooses (or is made) to stop sitting.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Giant moth surprises Reds' Ivan De Jesus during at-bat

    Baseball isn’t considered an outdoor sport like mountain biking, fishing or kayaking, but Cincinnati Reds infielder Iván De Jesús Jr. found out you can get plenty close to nature playing baseball, too. De Jesús was standing in the batter’s box Monday night ready to swing away when unbeknownst to him, a giant moth, roughly 1/3 of the size of the number on the back of De Jesús’ uniform, planted itself right in the middle of his back during his at-bat. The moth didn’t stay long, it was knocked off and flew away when De Jesús swung and missed, but the point was made. The batter’s box is no longer a safe place.

    Big League Stew
  • Watch This Woman Effortlessly Make American Ninja Warrior History in a Mini-Skort and Sports Bra

    If you're not already familiar, American Ninja Warrior has undeniably raised the bar for game shows by sending contestants through impossible obstacle courses and severely testing athletic ability for our viewing pleasure. On Monday, Stuntwoman Jessie Graff made show history after becoming the first woman to complete Stage 1 in the show's national finals. And if being a #GIRLBOSS wasn't enough, Graff conquered the obstacle course with 12 seconds to spare wearing a custom-made, Green Lantern costume in all its sparkling, mini-skort glory. The 32-year-old Graff, who's done stunts on Supergirl (how fitting), went on to the finals after running record time in Los Angeles. At the finals, she flew

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  • Pass or Fail: Philadelphia Flyers' 50th anniversary jersey

    The Philadelphia Flyers revealed their 50th anniversary jersey on Wednesday and the reaction from fans was that maybe they should go back to drawing board and come up with something different. Sometimes you’ll have a resounding positive response like when the Winnipeg Jets showed us all what they’ll be wearing during October’s Heritage Classic game against the Edmonton Oilers. Then you have the kind of feedback that these Flyers jerseys elicited when they were launched into the social media stratosphere.

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  • Alabama OL Alphonse Taylor not guilty of DUI charge

    Taylor started all 15 of Alabama’s games in 2015 (Getty). Alabama offensive lineman Alphonse Taylor has been found not guilty regarding his July DUI arrest. Taylor was arrested Sunday, July 17, after he placed a call to police saying he hit a parked car.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Picture of Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough goes viral on Twitter

    The Alabama football program has a great history of running back play, and humongous sophomore Bo Scarbrough figures to keep the tradition alive… The Alabama Crimson Tide are a factory for running backs, but the way they are cranking out these incredibly gifted physical specimen is beyond explanation. If you haven't already, meet sophomore running back Bo Scarbrough, the youngster who is in line to replace Heisman Trophy Winner Derrick Henry as the lead ball carrier for Nick Saban… More from NFL Mocks Minnesota Vikings: Details emerge on Teddy Bridgewater injury1 h ago Chicago Bears: Schedule Prediction Post Bridgewater Injury1 h ago Eagles to Induct Jeremiah Trotter, Merrill Reese Into Hall

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  • Graeme McDowell 'Gutted' to Miss European Ryder Cup Team

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. Trending: Westwood, Kaymer, Pieters Tapped for Ryder Cup European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke has selected two veterans and a rookie in Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Thomas Pieters, rounding out the 2016 Ryder Cup squad.For the

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  • Keep your head up: Hurricanes reportedly hand Raffi Torres a PTO

    From opting against fighting the NHL’s 41-game suspension to seeing his season derailed by knee issues, there was the feeling that the league had seen the last of controversial forward Raffi Torres. Perhaps not. The Carolina Hurricanes reportedly handed the 34-year-old a PTO, according to former Hurricanes defenseman Aaron Ward. It’s something the Raleigh News & Observer’s Chip Alexander also mentioned on Monday. With Bryan Bickell added to the mix during this off-season, the Hurricanes seem interesting in adding some beef. It’s unclear if Torres is really in the sort of condition to make a mark, but Carolina’s going to at least take a look at him. Beware, pre-season opponents and training camp

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  • Power Rankings: Harvick holds serve, Larson jumps into the top 12

    As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. 1. Kevin Harvick (LW: 1): What, did you think we were going to put Kyle Larson at No. 1 this week? Harvick finished fifth and when you look at the laps-led chart, it was staggeringly even.

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  • Still ‘a hooper,’ Chris Bosh expects to be cleared to return to Heat for training camp

    Chris Bosh watches from the bench as the Miami Heat take on the Charlotte Hornets during Game 4 of the 2016 Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. With NBA teams’ training camps set to get underway in less than one month, Chris Bosh hit social media on Monday to show that, nearly eight months after pulling out of the 2016 NBA All-Star Game amid concerns related to another round of the frightening blood-clotting problems that have prematurely ended his last two seasons, he’s stepping up his workouts in what would seem to indicate continued interest in returning to the Miami Heat this season. “I know I’ve been gone for a moment, but now I’m back,” Bosh says.

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  • Tony Stewart's Twitter Tirade Against Colin Kaepernick Quickly Backfires

    Tony Stewart did his racing legacy no favors yesterday when he picked up his smartphone and Tweeted his way into the Colin Kaepernick National Anthem controversy. The 45-year-old three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion took umbrage with The San Francisco 49ers quarterback sitting down during the National Anthem in a game over the weekend. Stewart called him an idiot.

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  • Watch live: Cubs and Pirates meet in Free MLB Game of the Day

    The Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates started out playing a normal baseball game on Monday night, but it ended up as a wacky, wild affair that took 13 innings and more than five hours. It featured three Cubs comebacks and the same player being thrown out at the plate two separate times in extra innings. The second game in this Cubs-Pirates series is Tuesday’s Free MLB Game of the Day on Yahoo Sports, which means you can stream the game for free on on the Yahoo Sports app, Yahoo’s Sports Home, MLB index, video home and this very post.

    Big League Stew
  • Could Antonio Conte bring a fan favorite back to Chelsea?

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte may be about to make the most surprising move of transfer deadline day, by bringing a fan favorite back to Stamford Bridge. According to reports, the Italian has lined up a £30 million ($39.3 million) bid for David Luiz, the Paris Saint-Germain central defender. Sky Sports claims talks are ongoing between Chelsea and PSG for the 29-year-old, who only left the London club in 2014 for what remains a world record fee for a defender. Luiz cut a flamboyant figure during his three years at Chelsea, having signed from Portuguese club Benfica in 2011. And Conte, who has made an impressive start to his tenure in west London, is in great need of a center back. Chelsea recently

    Newsweek
  • Fantasy football 2016: Win early by drafting these six players

    Getting off to a fast start is critical in fantasy football. The quicker you compile the wins, the better you can position yourself for success later in the year. In 2014, Adrian Atkinson and Ben Bruning found that a Week 1 win put your playoff chances at 61.9 percent in a 12-team league where half of the squads make the postseason. Their research also found that teams starting 3-0 made the playoffs 84.8 percent of the time while winless teams after Week 3 had just a 15.5 percent chance. Go 4-0 and your playoff chances skyrocket to 91.6 percent. Subscribe to the Fantasy Football Beat on iTunes | Stitcher Here are six skill-position players who are expected to get off to a strong start and can

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