Buffalo Bills coach Doug Marrone is he's fed up with too many fights and post-whistle shoving matches during practice.

Greenville police say they've arrested a man in the slaying of former University of Alabama football player Ozell Powell.

Johnny Manziel pulled off his orange helmet, dropped to his left knee and watched from the side as Brian Hoyer worked with Cleveland's starting offense during practice.

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is suing a former Colorado Springs woman for allegedly defrauding more than 40 investors in several states of nearly $800,000 through smartphone ventures.

Seattle's Robinson Cano and the Los Angeles Angels' Albert Pujols will be among the players going to Japan in November for a five-game series against Japan's national team.

Two-time defending champion Serena Williams will face American teen Taylor Townsend in the first round of the U.S. Open.

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay's trial on two misdemeanor charges stemming from a March traffic stop has been postponed for two months.

CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon will not return for a third term when his contract expires next year.

Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeVonte Holloman has what coach Jason Garrett describes as a career-ending neck injury.

Mike Fiers is making an impression filling in for the injured Matt Garza in the Milwaukee Brewers' starting rotation.

Steve Spurrier says 1,000-yard rusher Mike Davis hasn't practiced this week and might not be ready when the ninth-ranked Gamecocks open the season against No. 21 Texas A&M in a week.

Part-time starting offensive lineman Shaq Anthony is transferring from Clemson.

Brazilian club Palmeiras made a rare move when it hired an Argentine coach earlier this year, and the results have not been good.

University of North Dakota football coach Bubba Schweigert has named sophomore Joe Mollberg starting quarterback to begin the season.

Auburn receivers coach Dameyune Craig set a goal for his players a year ago: Be the nation's best group in 2014.

The New York Yankees have called up infielder-outfielder Zelous Wheeler from the minors and sent right-hander Chase Whitely to Triple-A.

Top-seeded John Isner has withdrawn from his Winston-Salem Open quarterfinal against Lukas Rosol on Thursday because of a sprained ankle.

All eyes will be on Mercedes at the Belgian Grand Prix as the increasingly tense rivalry between championship leader Nico Rosberg and teammate Lewis Hamilton resumes following a summer break.

Brad Keselowski earned his first NASCAR Truck Series win on Thursday.

Luis Suarez has been left off a preliminary list of players for Uruguay's international friendly matches next month against Japan and South Korea, even though he was eligible to play after his biting ban was softened.

The CEO of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment will step down next year.

American driver Alexander Rossi will make his Formula One debut for Marussia at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, replacing Max Chilton during his contractual problems.

Sean Payton walks through the locker room to leave motivational props for players. Ron Rivera practically lives there. Jim Harbaugh barges into the bathroom to rush players to meetings.

Pitching sensation Mo'ne Davis' latest start has drawn record television ratings for the Little League World Series.

New Mexico State announced Wednesday that Athletics Director McKinley Boston will step down at the end of the year.

The principle, beautiful in its simplicity, motivates players in open leagues everywhere, be they school kids or hardened pros: Play well enough through the season to finish top or near the top of the division and the end reward will be promotion to bigger and better things.

Italian skier Manfred Moelgg could miss the entire Alpine skiing season because of serious right leg injury.

When the Raiders visit the Green Bay Packers on Friday night, fullback Marcel Reece expects to put his best foot forward. And the other one, too.

Borussia Dortmund is hoping to raise fresh capital with a stock issue expected to bring in 114.4 million euros ($151.72 million) in an effort to reduce debt and give the club more financial clout.

Riley Howard said from the time he was a small child growing up in Decatur, he told friends he wanted to be in the movies and on television.

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