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Random drug testing is a fact of life for NFL players, but you'd think that certain places would be off-limits to the league's pee police. Nope! Washington Redskins' back-up quarterback Kirk Cousins tweeted that he was drug tested while a
Running back Steven Jackson and defensive end Cliff Avril were among the NFL free agents who agreed to terms with new teams in the second 24 hours of the NFL's 2013 free agency period. Former Detroit Lions' DE Avril agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal with the Seattle Seahawks late Wednesday, while Jackson left the St
Patriot League Championship: Bucknell 64 — Lafayette 56
Center Mike Muscala scored 20 points, including six points during a big second-half run, and Bucknell beat Lafayette, 64-56, in the Patriot League tournament championship at Lewisburg, PA
After decades of suffering abuse at the hands of humans, the Earth is apparently fighting back, and it's starting with the golfers. Golfers Mark Mihal and Mike Peters took advantage of a nice late winter day by playing the course at Waterloo, Ill
Fate is making the Yankees rally around each other, but maybe the team isn't as close-knit as ESPN's Doug Glanville thinks. Glanville, a baseball analyst for ESPN, described the Yankees injury situation as 'Brokeback Mountain' on
Creighton, Liberty and Harvard were among the first five teams to qualify for the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament via automatic bids they received for winning their conference championships this weekend
Former Texas A&M running back Christine Michael blamed cold medicine for sleeping through a pair of scheduled interviews at last month's NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Almost certain to be selected in the 2013 NFL Draft this April, Michael had a fantastic combine, impressing scouts by leading all running backs in the broad jump, vertical jump, 20-yard shuttle, three-cone drill and bench press.
Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti contacted an Oklahoma high school player who scored a wrong-way buzzer-beater for the opposing team to end a state playoff game on Thursday. The Thunder will host the young ma
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