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Bryce Harper scores four runs without a single hit

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY SportsBryce Harper has one of the most feared bats in baseball, but Thursday night at Nationals Park, the Washington slugger reached base four times and scored four runs, all without an official at-bat. His final batting line — zero at-bats, zero hits, four runs, one RBI and four walks.  Harper joins Rickey Henderson, Joe Morgan and Larry Doby as the...
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Jason Pierre-Paul plans to return to Giants next week

Phil Sears-USA TODAY SportsNew York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is planning to return to the team next week, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Pierre-Paul has stayed away from the Giants all offseason because of his contract dispute and recovery from the July 4 fireworks accident that cost him his right index finger. He is expected to meet with team medical personnel...
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Tim Tebow: I’m not worrying about what I can’t control

Brad Penner-USA TODAY SportsTim Tebow made a strong effort to make the Philadelphia Eagles roster Thursday night by throwing two touchdown passes against his former team. Tebow, who played for the New York Jets in 2012, is competing with Matt Barkley for the Philadelphia Eagles’ No. 3 quarterback job. “I’m not going to worry about what I can’t control,” Tebow said...
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49ers RB Jarryd Hayne once again shows starting potential

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsJarryd Hayne was an unknown name coming into the 2015 NFL preseason, but he has been competing for the San Francisco 49ers’ starting running back since joining the team. He is a former Rugby star, and his game has translated very nicely into American football. San Francisco is very intrigued by him and there is a good chance that he will receive a...
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Five teams on upset alert in week one

The first week in college football is always full of surprises and upsets, which allows the country to get a first look at the rest of the college football season. As seen in recent history, teams can get their weekend of glory by upsetting preseason favorites and shocking the college football world.  With the new College Football Playoff, one loss can change the entire season...
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Court overturns Tom Brady’s suspension

Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY SportsA federal judge erased New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension Thursday. In written notice of his decision, judge Richard Berman wrote that the vacation of the suspension came thanks to “inadequate notice” of Brady’s potential discipline. “As I have said during this process and throughout his Patriots career...
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Big 10 preseason predictions for 2015

Big 10 teams are poised for an opportunity to dethrone the defending conference and national champions in 2015.  With the Ohio State Buckeyes the unanimous number one team in the preseason polls, are there any Big 10 teams that can throw a road block in OSU’s repeat chances?  Will the Big 10 have a down year after a strong showing in 2014? There are several new coaches in the...
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Atlantic Division Power Rankings

Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports  It’s hard to really describe the Atlantic Division, but here goes: those contending for the crown aren’t typically thought of as contenders, but the division has at least three legitimate ones and a former contender trying to prolong their window slamming shut. The Montreal Canadiens and Detroit Red Wings get overlooked by some when it comes to Atlantic...
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College Football Preseason Top 25

Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY SportsCollege Football…is…back! That means one thing, polls.  College football fans love rankings, and numbers, so I decided to do a top 25 of my own this year, I will keep this up week-by-week.  Why did I wait so long to release the preseason? I wanted to make sure all the teams depth’ charts and injuries were out of the way, before I made any predictions...
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Derek Carr, Amari Cooper got some ‘things cleaned up’

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsThe Oakland Raiders firt-team offense sputtered in a 30-23 loss to Arizona Sunday.  The problems started with quarterback Derek Carr, who misfired several times and made a poor decision that resulted in an 81-yard touchdown run for Arizona. Carr did connect with receiver Amari Cooper four times for 62 yards, but he targeted the first-round pick...
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Clayton Kershaw strikes out 15 as Dodgers sweep Giants

The Los Angeles Dodgers finished off a three-game sweep of their division rivals with a 2-1 win against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday night. The Dodgers now lead the NL West by 6 1/2 games with 30 games to play. The Dodgers won Wednesday’s game thanks to Clayton Kershaw, who tied a career high with 15 strikeouts in a 132-pitch complete-game win. ...
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Ronda Rousey on point with recent talk of early retirement

Between last month’s title defense against Brazilian Bethe Correia, a cameo in the recently released ”Entourage” movie, and her endless war of words with boxing’s Floyd Mayweather Jr., UFC queenpin Ronda Rousey has become one of the world’s most popular athletes over the summer. But rather than another round of ego-driven insults between Rowdy Ronda and Mr. Moneybags,...
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Peyton Manning writes congrats letter to Troy Polamalu, Ed Reed

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY SportsDenver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning showed his appreciation for Troy Polamalu and Ed Reed this past offseason. According to the NFL Network’s Scott Hanson, Manning sent handwritten “career congrats” notes to both Polamalu and Reed.  Both players retired this past offseason. Peyton told me he sent @tpolamalu & Ed Reed handwritten...
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Redskins GM’s wife apologizes for ‘disparaging remarks’ about ESPN reporter

Geoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsThe wife of Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan has apologized for her disparaging comment about ESPN reporter Dianna Russini. “I deeply apologize for the disparaging remarks about an ESPN reporter on my personal Twitter account,” Jessica McCloughan said in a statement issued by the franchise to PFT. “The comment was unfounded and...
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Titans hoping to use rookie WR Dorial Green-Beckham in red zone

Denny Medley-USA TODAY SportsThe Tennessee Titans are entering a brand new era of football this season with Marcus Mariota taking over as their franchise quarterback. Mariota was taken with the second overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, and there are high expectations for him as a rookie. One of Tennessee’s other rookies, wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, is also expected to...
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Phil Taylor visiting with the Pittsburgh Steelers

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY SportsThe Pittsburgh Steelers are always looking to add more talent to their defense, and reportedly have their eye on one player in particular. According to a report from Jason La Canfora, the Steelers are bringing in defensive tackle Phil Taylor for a visit, who was recently released by the Cleveland Browns. Free agent DT Phil Taylor, released by the Browns...
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Ex-Leafs CEO takes issue with Tyler Seguin

This is a rather strange story, about Richard Peddie, former Maple Leaf Sport and Entertainment president and CEO, calling out Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin, and his apparent “partying until 6am everyday.” Tyler Seguin now behaving himself? Yorkville neighbours sure don’t think so. Lots of loud noisy parties to 6am Lots of garbage left behind — Richard Peddie (@RichardAPeddie...
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Pacific Division Power Rankings

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY SportsCompared to the Central Division, the Pacific is the much meeker little brother that gets beat up on daily. The division is top-heavy, with the Ducks, Kings and Flames being the only teams really built to win anytime soon while two teams (Sharks, Canucks) try to figure out what to do and the other two (Oilers, Coyotes) try to escape the basement. Even...
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Patrick Kane might be done in Chicago

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY SportsChicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane has been accused of raping a woman in his home on Aug. 2.  Local police and the district attorney’s office have been investigating the incident for four weeks now and have not reached a decision on whether to file charges. Since the allegations, Kane has been removed from the cover of EA Sports’...
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Report: Blackhawks have fielded trade calls about Patrick Kane

Despite all that has been going on with Patrick Kane of late, there’s no way the Chicago Blackhawks could be thinking of trading him, could they? According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the subject has been broached. According to Blackhawks beat writer Mark Lazerus, the team has reportedly fielded speculative trade calls from “more than” five teams in the wake of allegations that...
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Seahawks aired their grievances over Super Bowl loss in Maui

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY SportsSeattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson organized a trip for his teammates to Hawaii to help them put last season’s Super Bowl loss behind them. Sports Illustrated detailed the visit which involved a seven-day gathering in Maui. On the last night of the trip, the players held a 45-minute meeting and aired their grievances. “Part of [the talks...
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Fred Jackson: Doug Whaley was never honest with me

Fred Jackson has the utmost respect for the Buffalo Bills organization, but isn’t a fan of general manager Doug Whaley. Whaley released Jackson on Monday. “Doug Whaley was behind it, to my knowledge,” Jackson said to The Buffalo News. “He wasn’t honest with me the entire time that I’ve known him. I have the utmost respect for the organization. There’s only one person...
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Fred Jackson reuniting with Marshawn Lynch in Seattle

Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch are about to be reunited.  The former Buffalo Bills running back is meeting with the Seattle Seahawks this morning. Source: Ex-#Bills RB Fred Jackson is flying to Seattle this morning to meet with #Seahawks. Both sides expect a deal gets done. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 1, 2015 Marshawn Lynch calls Fred Jackson his big brother. Safe...
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RG3 blames intern for liking post that ripped Redskins

Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY SportsRobert Griffin III, who lost the Redskins starting job to Kirk Cousins, denied liking an  Instagram post that ripped Washington, owner Dan Snyder and the front office while lauding the quarterback. Griffin later posted his own message to social media, saying the “like” came from an intern who helps with Instagram. I just wanted to set...
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Steelers GM: ‘We are disappointed in Martavis Bryant’

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY SportsPittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has been suspended without pay for the first four games of the 2015 season or violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse after his appeal was denied Monday. Bryant will be eligible to return to the Steelers’ active roster on Friday, October 2 following the team’s October 1 game...
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