• 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…

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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…

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  • Two MLB teams didn’t even bother to scout Tim Tebow’s showcase

    Tim Tebow’s baseball showcase was about what you’d expect: He was impressive in some moments and he showed 10 years’ worth of rust in others. Twenty-eight of the 30 big-league teams were there to at least see what Tebow had to offer. Some, like the Boston Red Sox, left and quickly announced they’d…

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  • 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 with her father and returned it to Olympic…

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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.

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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…

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  • Watch Bryce Menzies Set a 379-Foot Pro Truck Jump Record

    All it takes to break a world record is a 900-horsepower truck. But having a ghost town helps.

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  • Teddy Bridgewater suffers dislocated knee, torn ACL in practice

    The Minnesota Vikings held quarterback Teddy Bridgewater out of their second preseason game, in part to avoid any injury exposure. The Vikings sent out an update a little after 7 p.m. Central time, saying Bridgewater dislocated knee and a torn ACL “and other structural damage,” though he suffered…

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  • White House Objects to NFL QB Colin Kaepernick's Protest of 'Star-Spangled Banner'

    The White House today called NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest of “The Star-Spangled Banner” “objectionable,” but defended his constitutional right to demonstrate. Prior to San Francisco’s Friday night preseason loss to the Green Bay Packers, the 49ers’ player remained seated between two…

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    Sand Valley Golf Resort First Look Photos (21 fotos)

    Sand Valley, the newest Coore-Crenshaw golf course in central Wisconsin, is a beauty. Take a tour of the scenic new track.

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  • Report: Big 12 narrows expansion list to '6 to 8' schools

    With expansion still an unsettled issue for the Big 12 Conference, Commissioner Bowlsby gave his annual state of the league address to open football media days. The Big 12 has narrowed its list of potential expansion candidates to “six to eight” schools, according to a report on…

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  • Chronicles of Stanley: How Swede it is

    The Stanley Cup is just like us! Anyway, the Cup made a stopover in Landshut, Germany to spend some time with Tom Kuhnhackl and friends before heading to the waiting arms of defensive wunderkind, Olli Maatta in Finland.

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  • 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…

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    Vet who lost legs has message for Kaepernick

    Retired USMC bomb technician Sgt. Johnny Joey Jones lost both his legs after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan. But that doesn't stop him from standing up and saluting the American flag during the national anthem

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  • Dwight Howard is shooting 19-footers to better his free throws (Video)

    Dwight Howard takes in the fights. Dwight Howard hit a career-low 48.9 percent from the free throw line in 2015-16, a pretty significant millmilestone for someone who entered the league in 2004, and someone whose free throw work has been endlessly scrutinized for over a decade. Howard, then working…

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  • Betty Jane France, mother of NASCAR CEO, dies

    Betty Jane France, the mother of NASCAR CEO Brian France and International Speedway Corp. CEO Lesa France Kennedy, died on Monday according to the sanctioning body. France was married to Bill France Jr., who succeeded his father as the chairman of NASCAR.

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  • With Bridgewater Injured, Vikings Will Turn to Zimmer

    A disastrous injury to its starting quarterback has left Minnesota with a big question mark. Coach Mike Zimmer turned to a trusted friend to help find an answer. Plus readers react to the Colin Kaepernick-anthem flap 

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