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Braves fire GM Wren

The Atlanta Braves fired general manager Frank Wren on Monday, one day after the team was officially eliminated from playoff contention.


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Harbaugh defends Ravens' handling of Rice

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh continued to defend the team's handling of Ray Rice after his February arrest for domestic violence.


Mississippi State, East Carolina in top 25

Mississippi State and East Carolina made it into the Associated Press top 25 poll, which was released Sunday.


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Timberwolves, Rubio not close to new deal

The Minnesota Timberwolves and point guard Ricky Rubio face an Oct. 31 deadline to agree on a contract extension, but the two sides are "a good distance apart," according to the St. Paul Star Tribune.


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Police probe racist abuse directed at soccer star Balotelli

Racist abuse on social media shows no sign of diminishing in European football after British police launched an investigation into abusive tweets sent to Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli.


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Ryder Cup: Fowler shows U.S. patriotism with haircut

Patriotism could reach fever pitch when the USA and Europe collide in golf's Ryder Cup ... and it looks like American star Rickie Fowler has let it go to his head.



Former Titans kicker Rob Bironas in crash

Former Tennessee Titans kicker Rob Bironas died in a single-car crash in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday night.



Roethlisberger, Steelers roll past Panthers

Ben Roethlisberger threw two third-quarter touchdown passes to wide receiver Antonio Brown, and the Pittsburgh Steelers used a key play on special teams to ward off the Carolina Panthers 37-19.


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Logano wins at N.H. in second Chase race

Joey Logano took the lead from Kevin Harvick with 26 laps remaining in the Sylvania 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday and held on through two late race restarts for the win.


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Ravens spend 'six figures' on Ray Rice jersey swap

The Baltimore Ravens were overwhelmed this weekend by fans looking to exchange Ray Rice jerseys.

The Ravens said earlier this month that fans could trade in official jerseys with Rice's name and number after the running back was cut from the team…



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