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&OTTAWA, CANADA - MAY 5: Jean-Gabriel Pageau #44 of the Ottawa Senators bends down to retrieve his tooth after the got a high stick in the face after scoring a second period goal against the Montreal Canadiens as team mates Colin Greening #14, Chris Neil #25, Sergei Gonchar #55 and Marc Methot #3 of the Ottawa Senators celebrate in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Scotiabank Place, on May 5, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Jana Chytilova/Freestyle Photography/Getty Images)

MAY 5: Jean-Gabriel Pageau #44 of the Ottawa Senators bends down to retrieve his tooth after the got a high stick in the face after scoring a second period goal against the Montreal Canadiens as team mates Colin Greening #14, Chris Neil #25, Sergei Gonchar #55 and Marc Methot #3 of the Ottawa Senators celebrate in Game Three of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Scotiabank Place, on May 5, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Friend of Man Boating With Marlins Pitcher Jose Fernandez Texted Stay 'Close to Shore'

    The friend of a man who died along with Miami Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez, sent a text message warning to "please be careful" and "keep him close to shore," according to a screen shot posted to social media. The texts, posted to Instagram by Will Bernal Sunday, offered some potential insight into the circumstances surrounding the deadly crash in which Fernandez, 24, Eduardo Rivero, 25 and Emilio Macias, 27 died. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, which is investigating, did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment regarding the allegations that Fernandez had been arguing with his girlfriend.

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  • Tuscaloosa realtor uses Les Miles' firing for ingenious billboard

    Les Miles may be moving from Baton Rouge after his firing (Getty). A realtor in Tuscaloosa, the home of the University of Alabama, is already having fun with LSU’s firing of Les Miles. Take a look at this billboard that’s already posted two days after Miles was removed as the Tigers’ head coach.

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  • Tiger Woods booted from Ryder Cup team picture

    Tiger Woods is a vice captain on this year’s U.S. Ryder Cup team. In addition to Woods, U.S. captain Davis Love III announced Monday that Bubba Watson has been added to the team as a fifth vice captain. The two-time Masters champion and 7th-ranked player in the world competed as a player on the last three U.S. squads, and said at the start of the year that his goals were to play in both the Olympics and the Ryder Cup.

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  • Cause of Ohio HS Football Player's Death Determined as Game Video Released

    The Ohio high school football player whose death came two days after he suffered a game-related injury died of peritonitis, or inflammation of the abdominal cavity lining, which resulted from a small-bowel laceration caused by blunt impact to his abdomen, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said. Andre Jackson’s autopsy was performed today, as video emerged showing his collision with an opposing team member in a game last week. In the video, Jackson, visible by his No. 48 jersey, can be seen attempting to retrieve the ball before he appears to be unintentionally kicked in his abdomen by a member of the Solon High School football team.

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  • Mets sign a ball for a fan

    A young fan gets hit on the arm by a foul ball and the Mets take it, sign it and give it back to the boy along with a bat

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  • Serena on police violence: 'I won't be silent'

    The 22-time grand slam champion is the latest of a series of high profile sports stars to protest police violence against black Americans. Basketball's LeBron James said Monday that the thought of his son getting pulled over driving when he's old enough was "scary," adding "I'm not that confident... that my son is going to return home." San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sparked outrage but also support in August when he refused to stand for the US national anthem in a pre-game ceremony, a statement against black "oppression". "I am a total believer that not "everyone" is bad," voiced Williams in a post that has been shared over 16,000 times. "It is just the ones that are ignorant,

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  • Is it time to stop screwing around with WR Sammy Watkins foot?

    It didn’t appear to be a big deal when it was announced in June that Buffalo Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins underwent surgery in May to insert a metal screw in his left foot for the treatment of a stress fracture. Jerry Sullivan of the Buffalo News reported that the team made the announcement about the surgical procedure on Watkins foot the same day they announced that rookie defensive end Shaq Lawson would miss at least half the season due to shoulder surgery. “Who knows what to expect when it comes to Sammy’s health? There’s been mystery surrounding his left foot since word leaked out in mid-May that he had surgery for a stress fracture – on the same day it was revealed that rookie Shaq

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  • The 10 most fun and entertaining college basketball teams you must watch

    College basketball has 351 teams. The fun of the sport has been how that huge inventory of teams also brings about different styles. Plenty of teams aren't all that appealing, while others win big despite featureless schemes. We're going to give you a category of teams you'll want to watch as often as possible. These are teams that are not only good, but make winning look fun. Be it because of offense, coaching, exciting freshmen or overall style of play, the teams listed below are among the best watches on the tube. For a variety of reasons, these are the squads you'll want to see no matter who they're playing When you've got a super-athletic small forward, and then a guy who's a prime candidate

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  • Greg Hardy caught with cocaine, claims it’s not his

    Former Cowboys and Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy was arrested on Sunday after police found cocaine during a traffic stop. Hardy was pulled over for failing to use a turn signal, police asked to search him, and he agreed, police say. When they looked in his wallet, they found 0.7 grams of cocaine. The police report says that Hardy told the officer that he didn’t know what the substance was. Hardy said that the night before, he had passed his wallet around a party because he was paying for everyone, and someone must have put the cocaine in his wallet at the time. Hardy was booked into jail in Richardson, Texas, and released on $5,000 bond. Once among the best pass rushers in the NFL, Hardy

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  • Chelsea assistant coach Steve Holland steps in to help lead England in wake of Allardyce scandal

    Let me bury the lede completely by first talking about how this seems like a bit of an over-reaction from the FA, to fire (errr... agree to terminate by "mutual consent" the contract of) Sam Allardyce as England manager after the Telegraph's "sting" operation (i.e. entrapment, which illegal in most states) has revealed the big man making some money on the side in some, possibly semi-shady, deals. I know, I know.  "You mean the FA are more than willing to give in to the wild swings of the fickle public opinion?" you might ask with feigned shock and outrage remembering the campaign and the fines against Chelsea and Mourinho and the yellow cards for Costa for breathing in too foreign of a way and

    We Ain't Got No History
  • Ziggler cuts a great promo after SmackDown goes off the air

    Brandon Arroyo passed along the following video, which came after SmackDown Live went off the air tonight and was preceded by Dolph Ziggler saying “if this is my last night wrestling in Cleveland:” Think what you will about Ziggler, but that won’t ever get old.

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  • Golf Channel analysts get into heated argument

    The Ryder Cup is all about fire, passion, and boldness, and with the competition due to kick off on Friday, it seems some of those emotions have transferred over to the Golf Channel. Speaking on Live Extra Tuesday, Brandel Chamblee and David Duval began discussing leadership on Ryder Cup teams. Chamblee went in hard on some of the disappointing Ryder Cup records of golf's biggest name players, like Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Duval said that it wasn't entirely their fault, and things spiraled on from there.

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  • Hernandez: It was very difficult at Real Madrid

    Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez has admitted his lack of playing time at Real Madrid was not easy for him having previously struggled for chances at Manchester United, but he is loving life in the Bundesliga. Hernandez left United for a one-year loan spell at Madrid in 2014-15, but the Santiago Bernabeu side opted against making the deal permanent after just seven starts in LaLiga. The 28-year-old has impressed since his move to the Bundesliga, though, and he believes getting regular first-team action again has been key to his success at Leverkusen.

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  • What can be expected when several Pittsburgh Steelers return later in 2016?

    The Steelers were off to a hot 2-0 start before they got dismantled at Philadelphia, but most of us have overlooked the stories that dominated the preseason: what happens when some of the injured/suspended Steelers return? In my opinion, the Steelers will be adding to an already potent offense and resurgent defense when these players return; that's because, most of the names are some heavy hitters who could drastically impact games. Here's a list of Steelers who are in line for a return this season, and how they can help the Steelers get even better. An unsung hybrid fullback, Nix has been dealing with an injury since the preseason that has limited his time in practice. His presence would add

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  • Serena Williams Turns 35! See Her Very Best Off-Court Selfies

    Credit: serenawilliams/InstagramHappy birthday, Serena Williams! The formidable tennis star with an eye for courtside flair turns 35 today. There's no question that Williams is a force to be reckoned with, both on and off the court. As a tennis player

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  • Arrested for DUI, Browns’ Alvin Bailey told police he was drinking on the team plane

    An NFL player getting nabbed for DUI is hardly newsworthy these days, and so normally we wouldn’t be writing about how Cleveland Browns starting right guard Alvin Bailey was arrested for that very charge early Monday morning. What’s so different about Bailey’s arrest is that he told the arresting officers in North Royalton, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb, that he had been drinking on the team plane as the Browns flew back from Sunday’s game in Miami. In 2007, the NFL banned alcohol from all team activities, including flights to and from games. Bailey’s admission to police that he had consumed several whiskeys on the team plane home from Miami would be a violation of of league and team rules. “We are

    Washington Post
  • Have we talked about former Notre Dame wide receiver DeVaris Daniels...

    ...absolutely ripping his former Irish coach Brian Kelly publicly on Twitter?...

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  • Who is Next for Dominick Cruz? Dana White Weighs In

    Bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz defended his title on June 4 at UFC 199. Following his knockout win over Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 202, Garbrandt has been calling for a title shot. TRENDING  Conor McGregor Puts a Dollar Amount on His UFC Worth… and It’s Big!

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  • Scandal: England manager dramatically resigns after just one game

    After a disastrous Euro 2016 campaign, England fired its manager Roy Hodgson and turned to Sam Allardyce. After one game and less than 70 days, he was gone, rocked by a scandal that leaves his reputation all but unrepairable. First things first: Who is Sam Allardyce? Something of a journeyman manager. The 61 year-old transformed Bolton Wanders from a Division One team to a respectable Premier League outfit. Then after a disappointing spell at Newcastle, avoided relegation with Blackburn Rovers, lifted West Ham out of the Championship, and then pulled-off a dramatic turnaround at Sunderland last season. That was enough, after Hodgson’s dismissal, to land him the England job. What happened next?

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  • Mayweather Sr: I think my son will fight once more

    Trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. caught up with On The Ropes Boxing Radio to give his thoughts on a potential Floyd Mayweather Jr. return and who he could fight if he did come back. And now that we're a full year since Mayweather Jr.'s last fight against Andre Berto, Senior is gives his thoughts on his son fighting again: "Well, you know, I'm here to tell you that I don't know. But me, myself, I do believe that he will come back and have one more fight. I mean, I'm not saying so much as just to fight, I'm talking about breaking Rocky Marciano's record. I think he can do it." Then when asked about Danny Garcia as a potential opponent (since that name has been floated around), Mayweather Sr responded:

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  • Cubs announce 5-year extension for Theo Epstein

    PITTSBURGH — As they near their most anticipated October in generations, the Cubs announced Wednesday a long-awaited five-year contract extension for team president Theo Epstein. Terms of the deal were not immediately available but it is believed to exceed the five-year, $50 million package Andrew Friedman received from the Dodgers before last season. Epstein is in the final year of a five-year, $18.5 million contract. Both Epstein and chairman Tom Ricketts have called an extension imminent since before spring training and characterized the process as a formality. Ricketts said during spring training Epstein deserved to be the highest paid baseball operations executive in the sport. (This story

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  • WATCH: Canadiens' Andrew Shaw tries to pump up crowd mid-fight after bad hit

    After getting under his opponents' skin with the Chicago Blackhawks for the last five seasons, Andrew Shaw will now terrorize the Eastern Conference with the Montreal Canadiens. He got off to a very early start at doing just that in Tuesday night's preseason game between the Habs and Washington Captials. Shaw probably actually went a bit too far with his antics in his first game in a Montreal uniform. It all started with a bad hit on Capitals prospect Connor Hobbs, whose back was turned to Shaw the entire time. The new Habs forward drove Hobbs into the boards. Shaw would receive a major penalty for boarding and earned a game misconduct, but Nathan Walker came in to challenge Shaw to fight. First,

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  • Carmelo Anthony: I got Jeff Hornacek’s point ‘loud and clear’

    Jeff Hornacek knew his first practice as Knicks coach would be spirited when he saw the entire club already on the court one hour early at their Tarrytown headquarters. “It was a sign to me guys are ready to go,’’ Hornacek said Tuesday.

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  • Sir Dave Brailsford has broken his silence over Bradley Wiggins’ TUE saga

    Sir Dave Brailsford broke his protracted silence on Monday to deny any wrongdoing on the part of Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky over the Tour de France winner’s use of the Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUEs). Confidential documents released from the World Anti-Doping Agency’s computer system showed Wiggins had received intramuscular injections of the powerful corticosteroid triamcinolone in the days leading up to three of cycling’s Grand Tours, the 2011 Tour de France, 2012 Tour de France which he won, and the 2013 Giro d’Italia. There is no suggestion that Wiggins has committed any anti-doping offense but he has faced questions over the timing of the injections, which were administered to treat

    Newsweek
  • Suspended UNC player accused of sexual battery says he's not a rapist

    DURHAM, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina football player facing charges of sexual battery and assault on a female student says the two had consensual sex and that he did not rape nor drug her. In his first public comments, Allen Artis said Tuesday he isn't a rapist and is eager to get the case behind him. One of his attorneys, Kerry Sutton, also said Artis has passed a polygraph test about the February incident. "Everything was completely consensual that happened that night," said a very composed Artist, who was sitting on a couch in his attorney's home flanked by his mother Stephanie Artis and an aunt Avis Artis. "That's the truth." The junior reserve linebacker, indefinitely suspended from the

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