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While all this is in line with other recent reporting about Kaepernick, La Canfora appeared to break some news towards the end of the segment. CBS Sports columnist Jason La Canfora corrected a report in which he falsely claimed that former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick would stand for the national anthem if he was signed to a team.
  • Florida Gators take their mascot a little too literally

    Florida Gators take their mascot a little too literally

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    The jersey has an alligator skin pattern. The school's official website reports that this will be the first time in school history that the team will be wearing anything other than its well-known and orange and blues. And, of course, what custom uniform is complete without special shoes? Pantages noted the helmet will be swamp green ("used for the first time") and feature a gator head on the side.
  • Mike Ditka weighs in on national anthem debate with controversial comments

    Mike Ditka weighs in on national anthem debate with controversial comments

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    Ditka joined Jim Gray for an interview on the Westwood One Monday Night Football pregame show before the Bears game. "There has been no oppression in the last 100 years that I know of", Ditka said. "All of the sudden it's become a big deal now about oppression", he said. No surprise, Ditka's comments were greeted with plenty of backlash, with people pointing out that Ditka had lived through the tail end of the Jim Crow era, the Civil Rights struggle and played in Chicago while Martin ...
  • Saints reportedly trade Adrian Peterson ahead of game against Lions

    Saints reportedly trade Adrian Peterson ahead of game against Lions

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    That ends a rough four-game stint in New Orleans, where Peterson never touched the ball more than nine times in a game, and never rushed for more than 33 yards. He played his collegiate football at the University of Oklahoma and was originally selected by the Vikings with the seventh overall pick of the 2007 NFL Draft, and immediately, Peterson was "the guy" in Minnesota.
  • Sadio Mane ruled out for six weeks with hamstring injury

    Sadio Mane ruled out for six weeks with hamstring injury

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    The Reds attacker had to be taken off during his country's 2-0 World Cup qualifier win over Cape Verde at the weekend. Liverpool have now confirmed that the Senegalese is facing an extended period on the sidelines. The 25-year-old has played nine times for Liverpool this season after recovering from knee surgery, which cut short his excellent first campaign at Anfield.
  • Roger Federer was surprised by Rafael Nada's win in the China Open

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    The world number one edged past Dimitrov 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 to set up the third meeting of the season with Kyrgios. "So for him to go to Beijing and win it right away..." Despite his advancing years Nadal is enjoying a stellar season following a catalogue of injuries in previous seasons, winning five titles including the US Open and French Open.
  • Josh Gordon Details Extensive Drug Use In Documentary

    Josh Gordon Details Extensive Drug Use In Documentary

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    Gordon also admitted his first trip to rehab while employed by the Browns was "just a publicity stunt" created to "help the media deal with me". The 26-year-old - who had completed 70 days of his most recent rehab stint at the time the doc was filmed - says he was taught how to pass drug tests after getting suspended for weed in 2010.
  • Roger Federer speaks out on chasing down stunning ATP milestone

    Roger Federer speaks out on chasing down stunning ATP milestone

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    Federer later re-posted the snap, alongside the words: 'We all missed the Laver Cup so much that we had to have a reunion in Shanghai. The Swiss player took a metro ride like just a normal person, surrounded by normal people, which was very unusual for him as he always prefers the vehicle, as other players do.
  • Thank you for welcoming me with open arms: Aayush Sharma

    Thank you for welcoming me with open arms: Aayush Sharma

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    Aayush will soon star in an upcoming love story which is yet to be titled and will be produced by Salman Khan's production house. Congrats @aaysharma Now is the time for a lot of mehnat aur lagan. Thank you for welcoming me with open arms", Aayush tweeted. Sharma has already started attending workshops. Aayush has been training all this while in dancing and has been taking acting classes as well.
  • Tottenham striker Harry Kane included on 2017 Ballon d'Or shortlist

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane included on 2017 Ballon d'Or shortlist

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    He has 12 goals to his name from 23 appearances in an England shirt. The former England global has also backed the Tottenham man to break Rooney's goalscoring record at England. He has 15 efforts for Spurs and England, while Barcelona's talisman has 14 for club and country and Real Madrid's mercurial forward has netted nine.
  • Donald Trump Mocks Jemele Hill After Suspension from ESPN

    Donald Trump Mocks Jemele Hill After Suspension from ESPN

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    If they don't kneel, some will see them as sellouts". If you strongly reject what Jerry Jones said, the key is his advertisers. "Don't place the burden squarely on the players". Hill did not immediately reply to a request for comment on her suspension. Trump's colorful early morning tweets are often a bit astray at times, as that is reportedly when he's at the controls of his Twitter account without much filter, guidance, or editing.
  • Australia vs Syria: how and where to watch

    Australia vs Syria: how and where to watch

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    Soccer Football - 2018 World Cup Qualifications - Asia - Syria vs Australia - Olympic Stadium, Sydney, Australia - October 10, 2017 - Australia's Tim Cahill (L) celebrates goal with team. An injury to Brad Smith soon after saw Mooy brought on just a few minutes later, allaying whatever fuss was caused by Ange Postecoglou's selection.
  • Coleman to take time before considering Wales future

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    Needing victory to guarantee top spot in Group I, goals from Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson and Johann Gudmundsson ensured Iceland would be on the plane to Russian Federation 2018. Do you ever have any question about anything you wish to ask and get answer? The draw for the play-offs will be held on 17 October in Switzerland. Ford wants to sit down with Coleman as soon as possible, and definitely before Wales's next friendly match, which is likely to be against Mexico or the United States in ...
  • Giants' Marshall to undergo season-ending ankle surgery

    Giants' Marshall to undergo season-ending ankle surgery

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    It just keeps on getting worse for the New York Giants , who are finding a new low each week. This game has given me the opportunity to grow as a man, father, husband, teammate, leader. The Giants promoted Travis Rudolph from the practice squad and re-signed Tavarres King to take the roster spots of Beckham and Harris, who were put on injured reserve on Monday.
  • Giants' Brandon Marshall To Undergo Season Ending Surgery

    Giants' Brandon Marshall To Undergo Season Ending Surgery

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    Marshall injured his left ankle while trying to make a catch on a deep pass along the sideline in the second quarter of Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Chargers . 1 receiver. Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says offensive line coach Chris Foerster seemed so focused on the team that he would often be at work by 4 a.m.
  • Arsenal boss Wenger hints Ozil, Alexis 'asking too much' to re-sign

    Arsenal boss Wenger hints Ozil, Alexis 'asking too much' to re-sign

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    Since arriving from Barcelona, in the summer of 2014, no Arsenal player has scored more league goals than Sanchez (53). Nigeria worldwide Iwobi added: 'It will be great for them to stay. Iwobi's development has been thanks to Arsene Wenger - and he backed the Arsenal boss after calls for his head following the 4-0 loss at Liverpool earlier in the season.
  • Giants add two WRs in wake of injuries

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    The Packers pass defense is one of the worst in the National Football League and will have a tough time containing Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen, and Kyle Rudolph. The Colts wore black T-shirts with the words "We Will" on the front and "Stand for equality, justice, unity, respect, dialogue, opportunity" on the back for the second week in a row as players stood with their arms locked during the anthem.
  • Ballon d´Or nominees: Neymar, Dybala among first names released

    Ballon d´Or nominees: Neymar, Dybala among first names released

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    Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo is the favourite to retain the trophy to equal the record of his great rival and five-times victor Lionel Messi of Barcelona . European champions Portugal could be forced to negotiate next month's play-offs unless they defeat Group B leaders Switzerland in their final qualifier on Tuesday.
  • Sabres fall 6-2 to Devils, still seeking first win

    Sabres fall 6-2 to Devils, still seeking first win

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    Henrique dropped a pass to Bratt, who made a quick move to set up a backhander into a wide-open net for a 3-1 lead 5:23 in the second period. Ovechkin, bidding to become the first National Hockey League player to have a hat trick in three consecutive games, had a power-play scoring chance from the left circle in the second turned aside by Vasilevskiy.
  • Nadal savours purple patch, wraps up 6th title in Beijing

    Nadal savours purple patch, wraps up 6th title in Beijing

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    The Spaniard was never really in trouble against the temperamental Australian in a 6-2, 6-1 rout in 92 minutes in Beijing . The 16-time Grand Slam champion Nadal saw the Australian Kyrgios hit with a penalty point as the Spanish number one eased to a 6-2, 6-1 victory.