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The recent spate of high-profile domestic violence cases involving Ray Rice and other NFL players prompted Major League Baseball and the players' union to open talks about the way that sport should deal with such episodes.
This has been the NFL's worst week.
It's an enduring fact of life in the NFL: If a player has talent, a team will find a place for him, no matter how bad his off-the-field profile might be.
In the not-too-distant future, a football fan might be able to take a seat at the stadium, punch up any game on a seatback monitor, keep tabs on the real-time stats of a fantasy team, order up a hot dog and beer and even have a brand-new jacket ...
Billy Horschel took a beating on social media for finishing second last week. Choker, they called him. A man who couldn't finish the deal.
The bad swing a week ago is a distant memory. The blown lead Sunday — that wasn't enough to derail Billy Horschel, either.
Keegan Bradley made a decision that could cost him a chance at $10 million, withdrawing from the BMW Championship on Saturday, more than 24 hours after taking a drop he wasn't sure was legal.
Billy Horschel needed less than a week to give himself a second chance. If he keeps playing this well, his next shot at closing out a tournament won't be nearly as stressful as the last one.
Shabazz Napier turned in another all-court masterpiece Monday night to lift the Huskies to a 60-54 win over Kentucky’s freshmen and a national title hardly anyone saw coming.
The NCAA president called an effort to unionize players a “grossly inappropriate” way to solve problems in college sports while insisting the association has plans to change the school-athlete relationship.