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Brazilian midfielder Caio follows Murad Batna of Al Wahda as the Arab nation cracked down on the style of various footballers (read more)


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It’s time to change things once and for all in college sports and figure out a way to pay the players (read more)

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"Everybody’s getting paid anyway. You might as well make it legal," Lonzo Ball said on the argument of whether NCAA players should be paid. (read more)

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As NFL free agency 2018 approaches, who are the best available free agents, unrestricted and restricted? Here is a complete breakdown (read more)

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College football lost a majority of its most popular players to the NFL, but there’s a new wave of superstars ready to earn the spotlight in 2018.While offensive players — particularly quarterbacks and running backs — typically draw the most attention, we’ve also included a couple of defenders expected to have a breakout year. (read more)

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Trevor Siemian has downplayed how members of the Denver Broncos, including Brandon Marshall and Von Miller, among others, have actively campaigned for Kirk Cousins to join the team.Other Broncos players — not to mention head coach Vance Joseph and general manager John Elway — have stated the team needs to upgrade at the quarterback position, regardless of how the Cousins saga plays out. (read more)

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Wall Street capped several days of choppy trading Friday with a broad rally that gave the stock market a modest gain for the week. Technology companies, banks and healthcare stocks accounted for much of the market's gains. (read more)

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The road to defending the Eagles' Super Bowl title begins with evaluating prospects and talking to players' agents in Indianapolis (read more)

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An Alabama sixth-grade teacher said he learned a valuable lesson about showing kindness from one of his students this week (read more)

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Wisconsin is coming off its best season in history, and its second straight trip to the Big Ten title game. Can Paul Chryst lead the Badgers to the next step in Year 4?. (read more)

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Rarely do we see a current college football head coach speak out against the NCAA on hot button topics. Current UConn football coach Randy Edsall is changing that in a big way. (read more)

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Charles "Peanut" Tillman has made the jump from the NFL to the FBI (read more)

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John Shuster skipped the United States to a 10-7 victory on Saturday for only the second curling medal in U.S. (read more)

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A report from Yahoo Sports revealed major details on the investigation into elicit payments for college basketball players, but Jared Sullinger is confident former Ohio State coach Thad Matta didn’t cause any trouble.Why? Because Sullinger couldn’t even get a free bottle of Gatorade. (read more)

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