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Daily Archives: 31st October 2017

Cleveland Browns fumble paperwork, nullify trade for A.J. McCarron

A proposed trade between the Browns and Bengals involving quarterback A.J. McCarron fell through when paperwork was not filed to the NFL before the 4 p.m. deadline. The teams had an agreement in place, sending McCarron to Cleveland, but paperwork did not arrive at the league office in time, said league spokesman Brian McCarthy. He did not provide any further ...

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GT World Cup – Rosenqvist’s GT switch

Swedish Macau ace is looking to learn fast in his first GT World Cup drive Twice Macau Grand Prix Formula 3 winner Felix Rosenqvist is on a mission to test a Ferrari 488GT3 before he competes in his first FIA GT World Cup at the Guia circuit on November 19. Rosenqvist, who turns 26 just a week before the Macau ...

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5 goalie options for the injury-riddled Golden Knights

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Jazz F Joe Johnson out 2 weeks with wrist injury

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah Jazz forward Joe Johnson will miss at least two weeks with a right wrist injury. The 17-year veteran had an MRI on Tuesday that found tendon instability in his right wrist. He suffered the injury during a 104-89 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Monday and will be reevaluated in two weeks. Johnson averaged 6.3 ...

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L.A. bans pepper spray, baseball bats, weapons and other items at protests

The new law, which was passed as an “urgency ordinance,” will probably go into effect within days, according to city officials. Protests against the Trump administration are expected in major cities across the country, including L.A., on Sarturday, according to online posts by activist groups and Los Angeles Police Department officials who declined to be identified. Let’s block ads!

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Faith guides many Iowa football players, after both tough days and happy moments

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Noah Fant looked at the ball speeding toward his chest and turned his head at the last second. The football hit the ground, and Iowa’s sophomore tight end fell to his knees. It was a fourth-down pass from quarterback Nate Stanley in overtime that completed a 17-10 overtime loss to Northwestern. For three minutes, Fant met ...

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