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Andrew Luck: Reggie Wayne is not a traitor

    Seeing Reggie Wayne in a New England Patriots uniform is going to be downright painful for many Indianapolis Colts fans. But does that mean the 36-year-old veteran turned his back on the place he has called home for the last 14 years? Andrew Luck doesn’t think so. On Tuesday, Luck told “The Rich Eisen Show” that he would never consider Wayne a traitor for signing...
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‘Concussion’ director: No compromises made for NFL

    The official trailer for the upcoming film “Concussion” was released earlier this week, and it looks like it could turn out to be a nightmare for the NFL. Unless, of course, the makers of the movie were intimidated by America’s most popular sports league while filming. A report from the New York Times cites leaked studio emails that were allegedly sent back and forth...
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LeBron: You don’t have to win championship to be great team

    LeBron James has played in six NBA Finals and won just two championships. Does that mean he was only a part of two great teams? King James doesn’t think so. On Tuesday, LeBron made an appearance on Bleacher Report’s “Uninterrupted” platform to tell viewers he “can’t control myself” while watching the 2000 Western Conference Finals between the Portland Trail...
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Connor Cook on not being selected captain: ‘It stinks’

Connor Cook is considered one of the best quarterbacks in the country and a leader on Michigan State’s football team. Surprisingly though, the redshirt senior was not selected as one of the Spartans’ three captains for the season. Cook, who is one of 12 members of Michigan State’s leadership council, was bummed out not to be named one of the captains by his teammates. ...
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WATCH: Elvis Andrus steals home against Padres

    Here’s something you don’t see very often: a straight steal of home. Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus pulled off the rare feat in the seventh inning of Tuesday’s game against the San Diego Padres. Andrus had singled with the bases loaded, and an error allowed all three runs to score and Andrus to advance to third to make it 7-4. The Padres brought Kevin Quackenbush...
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Report: Bills GM 'went rogue’ in cutting Fred Jackson

    The Buffalo Bills on Monday surprised many by cutting running back Fred Jackson in a move that may not have been agreed to by the entire organization. The Buffalo News’ Tim Graham reported on Twitter Tuesday that GM Doug Whaley “went rogue” in cutting the 34-year-old fan favorite. Bills organization will remain unified when speaking publicly, but two sources tell...
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Warren Moon: RG3 needs to start taking the blame

    One of the big criticisms of Robert Griffin III is that he doesn’t take responsibility enough and blames others too frequently. Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon specifically points that out as a problem with the Redskins quarterback. “He needs to take more blame and stop passing the buck … even if it is someone else’s fault,” Moon told TMZ about Griffin....
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Apple reportedly sought exclusive rights to new Bill Simmons podcast

    Coming to Apple this fall: the new iBill podcast featuring Bill Simmons? Seems like it actually came fairly close to happening. According to a report on Tuesday by Peter Kafka of Re/code, the tech giant explored the possibility this summer of inking The Sports Guy to an exclusive podcast deal as part of a campaign to produce more original programming. Eddy Cue, Apple’s...
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Nina Agdal has a really nice golf swing (Video)

Supermodel Nina Agdal made a resolution at the beginning of the year to improve her golf swing. She certainly has succeeded. The SI Swimsuit model posted a video on Instagram Monday taken from Miami Beach Golf Club of her golf swing. “So happy i had some time to take a lesson this weekend ⛳ Long way to go but working on it,” she wrote as her caption. Compare that to her swing...
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Ishmael Adams suspended indefinitely following arrest

    Jim Mora wasted no time disciplining Ishmael Adams following his arrest for allegedly stealing a cellphone from an Uber driver. Mora announced Tuesday that he has suspended the redshirt junior cornerback indefinitely. “Obviously, I can’t get into any particulars because it is a pending legal issue,” Mora told reporters. “But as a football coach, as a parent, you...
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WATCH: Victoria Azarenka rips chair umpire at US Open

    Victoria Azarenka blasted the chair umpire during her relatively easy first-round victory over Lucie Hradecka at the U.S. Open on Tuesday. Azarenka, who won in straight sets, was so upset over a line call at one point that she decided to walk over to the chair umpire and insult her knowledge of the sport. “Have you ever played tennis?” the former world No. 1 asked...
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Jordan Clarkson does amusing impersonation of Kobe Bryant (Video)

Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson has only spent a little over a year enrolled in the Mamba Academy of Higher-Level NBA Basketball. But he’s already picked up some nifty tips and tricks. On Tuesday, the 23-year-old did a picturesque impression of teammate Kobe Bryant’s footwork in the post leading directly into his trademark triple-pump fake fadeaway from the baseline. Jordan Clarkson...
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McNair: Pats caused problem by not cooperating with Deflategate

    Houston Texans owner Bob McNair believes the Patriots are to blame for the Deflategate scandal in large part because they did not cooperate with the NFL’s investigation. McNair joined Mike Meltser and Seth Payne on Texans Radio Tuesday and shared his opinions on Deflategate. “What escalated the whole thing is that (Tom) Brady and the Patriots were going to cooperate...
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Kansas City Royals dealing with chickenpox outbreak

    The Kansas City Royals are currently dealing with the an issue that plagues kindergarten classes across the country on a daily basis. They have the chickenpox. Andy McCullough of The Kansas City Star reports that outfielder Alex Rios and reliever Kelvin Herrera have both been infected with the chickenpox virus and are expected to miss at least two weeks. Both players...
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Nick Saban said to be ‘frustrated’ and unhappy at Alabama

    Nick Saban is signed to be the football coach at Alabama through 2022, but there is no guarantee he lasts that long in Tuscaloosa. In fact, one latest speculative piece of info suggests it wouldn’t be all that surprising to see Saban leave Bama before too long. Football Scoop posted a story asking writers to make bold coaching predictions for next year. Scott Roussel...
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Desean Holmes leaves San Diego State football team without explanation

San Diego State freshman wide receiver Desean Holmes has once again gone MIA without informing anyone he was leaving. Holmes, a four-star recruit who was one of the top recruits in San Deigo State’s incoming class, packed up and left his dorm room last week after four days of classes. Aztecs coach Rocky Long told The San Diego Union-Tribune that Holmes failed to show up for a...
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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred denies reinstatement of Shoeless Joe Jackson

They say time heals all wounds, right? After all, if Muhammad Ali could reconcile with Joe Frazier, if the Red Sox could invite Bill Buckner back to Fenway to throw out the first pitch, and if Kobe and Shaq could bury the hatchet, anything could happen, right? Well apparently not the reinstatement of Shoeless Joe Jackson by Major League Baseball. Responding to a July letter sent...
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Ronda Rousey confirms she was supposed to fight Gina Carano

    Gina Carano was rumored to be considering a return to mixed martial arts last summer, and most would agree that the only reason the 33-year-old would return to the Octagon would be to fight Ronda Rousey. Apparently that fight was pretty close to happening. Rousey was a guest on “The Joe Rogan Experience” this week, and the UFC women’s bantamweight champion admitted...
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Seguin called out by former Maple Leafs CEO for partying

    Tyler Seguin is, by all indications, a 23-year-old professional hockey player who likes to party. Does that make him the exception or the norm? Seguin certainly gets more attention for it than others, but is the attention warranted? If you remember, the Boston Bruins reportedly traded Seguin two years ago because they were unhappy with his partying ways. On Tuesday morning...
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Vince Wilfork rocks nothing but suspenders on 'Hard Knocks'

    A lot of good stuff has been happening on the latest season of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” but the best episode of the series may be airing on Tuesday night. Apparently those who tune in will be treated to Houston Texans defensive lineman Vince Wilfork wearing suspenders with very little — if anything — on underneath them. How well is @wilfork75 adjusting to life...
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Andrew Luck tried not to watch Super Bowl, was still ‘salty’

    Andrew Luck tried not to watch the Super Bowl that he was one game away from playing in earlier this year, but he sort of couldn’t avoid it. In a recent interview with ESPN’s Bob Holtzman, Luck said he only caught “a bit” of Super Bowl XLIX between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. “I told myself I wasn’t gonna watch. I was actually on a plane...
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RG3 blames intern for liking Instagram post trashing owner

    There was some regrettable activity on a social media account belonging to Robert Griffin III on Monday night, but the Washington Redskins quarterback insists his was not responsible for it. At least he didn’t blame hackers. Griffin took to Instagram early Tuesday morning explain how his Instagram handle ended up “liking” a fan’s post that trashed the Redskins...
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Report: Fred Jackson expected to sign with Seahawks

    The Buffalo Bills made a somewhat surprising decision to release running back Fred Jackson on Monday, and they will not be bringing the 34-year-old veteran back at a cheaper price. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Jackson was scheduled to fly to Seattle on Tuesday with the expectation of signing with the Seahawks. Jackson would likely spell Marshawn Lynch in some...
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Former USC linebacker suing school over insurance policy

    A former USC linebacker has filed a lawsuit against the university claiming school officials talked him into purchasing a disability insurance policy that turned out to be inadequate. As a junior in 2012, Morgan Breslin played in all 12 games for the Trojans and recorded 13 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss. He suffered an unspecified injury the following season and appeared...
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Robert Griffin III liked fan’s Instagram post trashing Redskins

    Could this be the final straw in the relationship between the Washington Redskins and Robert Griffin III? The Redskins QB liked a post on Instagram shared Monday night by a fan who expressed support of the quarterback while blaming the team for him. Here is the message the fan wrote: As a Skins Fan I’m disappointed in the way my team used this mans talent and potential...
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