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Kings' Voynov suspended indefinitely

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov has been suspended indefinitely pending a formal investigation by the NHL after his arrest Monday morning on charges of domestic violence.

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Sabres to retire Hasek's jersey

The Buffalo Sabres will officially retire the jersey of goaltender Dominik Hasek, one of the best goaltenders in NHL history.

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Flames sign Brodie to 5-year deal

The Calgary Flames signed defenseman TJ Brodie to a five-year contract Monday. The deal is worth $23.25 million, according to Sportsnet.

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Redskins' Gruden: McCoy will start if Griffin remains out

Colt McCoy will take over from Kirk Cousins as Washington's starting quarterback if Robert Griffin III remains out, coach Jay Gruden announced Monday.

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Bears' Long says he was wrong to blame fans

Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long admitted he was wrong for criticizing fans at Soldier Field for booing Sunday as the team went into the locker room at halftime down 14-0 to the Miami Dolphins.

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New Jet Harvin admits frustration with Seahawks

New York Jets wide receiver Percy Harvin admitted Monday in his first comments since being traded Friday that he was frustrated in Seattle and now wants to put the past behind him.

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Bills' Jackson may miss month; Spiller to have surgery

Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson could miss up to a month after suffering a groin injury and fellow running back C.J. Spiller is scheduled to have surgery on a broken collarbone.

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SEC West lands four in AP top five

The SEC became the first conference to place four teams in the top five of the Associated Press top 25 poll, which was released Sunday.

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Archie Manning off Playoff committee

Archie Manning stepped down from the College Football Playoff selection committee on Monday, citing health reasons.

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Popovich to Suns owner: Where's 'chicken suit?'

After Suns owner Robert Sarver called out the Spurs this week for leaving five players and Gregg Popovich at home for a preseason game in Phoenix, the San Antonio coach gave it right back Saturday.

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