• Ravens re-sign center Jeremy Zuttah after short stint with 49ers

    Ravens re-sign center Jeremy Zuttah after short stint with 49ers

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    On Friday, that translated into a new two-year contract. Zuttah, who was cut by the 49ers August 9, started all 16 games last season, but they Ravens parted ways with him as they stated a desire to be bigger and stronger up front. To make room for Zuttah, the Ravens waived wide receiver Kenny Bell with an injury designation. Zuttah spent the past three seasons in Baltimore.
  • Barcelona general manager claims Coutinho deal is

    Barcelona general manager claims Coutinho deal is "close"

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    And, while Jurgen Klopp's side remain adamant that the Brazil worldwide is not for sale at any price, Dortmund have also moved to dismiss the reports and in the process mocked Barca for being beaten 5-1 by Real Madrid in this week's Supercopa .
  • The bookies are convinced Phil Coutinho & Ousmane Dembele will sign for Barcelona

    The bookies are convinced Phil Coutinho & Ousmane Dembele will sign for Barcelona

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    The Daily Telegraph says Barcelona will "fight" to sign Coutinho up until the transfer window closes with the growing expectation that they will soon submit an improved offer after Liverpool flatly rejected a bid of £90m. "I think it is still the back injury, nobody has told me anything different". "We hope they will be Barcelona players this season". However, Segura is confident that deals for both players could be done before the transfer window closes.
  • Dortmund deny Dembele's sale to Barca is 'close'

    Dortmund deny Dembele's sale to Barca is 'close'

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    The Bundesliga club have rejected an offer of €100million for the 20-year-old from Barca , who are seeking a replacement for Neymar following his world-record €222m move to Paris Saint-Germain. He added: "Ousmane is a good lad and a good player". Sokratis says he hopes Dembele will return to training soon. "We have to wait and see if he's going to show up again".
  • Adam Wainwright (elbow) placed on DL, Mike Mayers recalled

    Adam Wainwright (elbow) placed on DL, Mike Mayers recalled

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    Michael Wacha will start game three and is 9-5 with a 3.85 ERA and 116 strikeouts this season. He came off the 10-day disabled list on August 6 after recovering from back tightness. He wound up flying back St. Louis on Friday to be reevaluated, and will now make another stay on the disabled list. Rosenthal is sidelined by right posterior elbow irritation.
  • Ronaldo suspended for five games

    Ronaldo suspended for five games

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    The Spanish Supercup looks to be all but a formality at this point after Real Madrid won the first leg against Barcelona 3-1 despite playing at the Camp Nou. Madrid have the lead heading into the second leg, but Barcelona has held the edge over the last few meetings . Madrid made an official appeal to see the punishment reduced or removed but the single judge dismissed the appeal this morning and that makes the five match ban still viable.
  • Intel CEO Brian Krzanich quits Trump manufacturing council

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    A key difference, however, is that one group was there to promote a hateful ideology that explicitly dehumanizes large segments of the population, and which has been responsible for millions of deaths over the past century. In fact, on Wednesday, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon suggested in a note to his employees that the Strategy and Policy Group he served on had jointly chose to disband, independently of Trump.
  • Liverpool Reject £114m Barcelona Offer For Philippe Coutinho

    Liverpool Reject £114m Barcelona Offer For Philippe Coutinho

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    Fernandez confirmed that Barcelona are in talks with Liverpool and Dortmund over the potential transfers of their star attackers and is keen to edge closer towards agreements in the coming days. So far this season Coutinho has not played for Liverpool as he is out with a back injury and he will miss this weekend's match too. France midfielder Blaise Matuidi has completed a move to Juventus from Paris Saint-Germain, the two clubs confirmed, ending a successful six-year stint in the ...
  • Ancelotti wants Bayern improvement despite opening Bundesliga win

    Ancelotti wants Bayern improvement despite opening Bundesliga win

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    Bayern took an early lead when centre-back Niklas Sule headed in Sebastian Rudy's inswinging free-kick as the two summer arrivals from Hoffenheim combined. The Bavarians head into the season hoping to win a sixth straight German top flight title, and few would bet against them achieving it. Leverkusen, in contrast, are hoping to better last season's disappointing 12th-place finish under the stewardship of new coach Heiko Herrlich.
  • Protests Around US Decry Virginia White Supremacist Rally

    Protests Around US Decry Virginia White Supremacist Rally

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    Charlottesville authorities tonight reported that a 20-year-old OH man had been arrested and had been charged with murder. It is unclear whether he has an attorney. "I thought it had something to do with Trump". She added that she would be surprised if her son's views were that far right, according to the AP.
  • Hugh Freeze made hundreds of calls to disassociated Ole Miss booster

    Hugh Freeze made hundreds of calls to disassociated Ole Miss booster

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    Although the nature of the calls between Freeze and Harris is unclear, USA Today noted, they came at a time when Harris became part of the NCAA's probe into Ole Miss and after his interview with the NCAA in November 2016 in which he's accused of giving false information to investigators.
  • Kevin Durant tweeted about the Cavs trading LeBron James

    Kevin Durant tweeted about the Cavs trading LeBron James

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    First, the team's general manager David Griffin didn't have his contract renewed despite three consecutive trips to the Finals, including a championship in 2016. That would never work for the reasons he mentioned. Durant didn't respond when asked if he saw himself "getting involved" with public condemnation of Trump, which has reached an apex amid violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Usain Bolt Makes The Switch To Soccer And Manchester United

    Usain Bolt Makes The Switch To Soccer And Manchester United

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    Usain Bolt delivered a rebuke to those who questioned whether he really suffered an injury in his farewell race at the World Athletics Championships by revealing details of his hamstring tear on Thursday. Bolt himself tweeted an image of his muscle tear and said the injury will require three months of rehabilitation. Dream achieved. Bolt will play with former Manchester United players including Edwin van der Sar , Paul Scholes , Denis Irwin , Dwight Yorke and Phil Neville .
  • Apple's Tim Cook Disagrees with Trump on Charlottesville

    Apple's Tim Cook Disagrees with Trump on Charlottesville

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    The shuttering of Apple Pay on sites which sell Nazi-themed clothing and paraphernalia comes in the wake of violent far-right clashes in Charlottesville , Virginia, which left one person dead and several others injured when a auto was driven into a crowd of people.
  • Chelsea boss Conte sees rivals Tottenham as example of good practise

    Chelsea boss Conte sees rivals Tottenham as example of good practise

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    And while Chelsea have the creative guile of Fabregas, the Spaniard isn't the most efficient player off the ball. "A problem? Oh, come on, I love Wembley ". Chelsea , the defending league champion, is the first visitor on Sunday. Pochettino tends to bring his injured players back gradually, and he must have been encouraged by the performance of Kyle Walker-Peters against Newcastle last weekend.
  • Nebraska unemployment for July drops slightly from June

    Nebraska unemployment for July drops slightly from June

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    Scott. The state only counts people actively seeking work. The county's seasonally adjusted jobless rate hit 4.7 percent in July, down from 4.8 percent in June and 5.3 percent during the same period a year ago. Scott was discriminating again on Friday when he announced the July job gains, referring only to the 1.4 million private sector jobs created during his tenure, and the "more than 26,000 private-sector jobs" created in July, as his labor department's release read.
  • England brisk with twin fifties against West Indies

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    The atmosphere was electric and for Cooky to be 150 not out is great.”. A mix of continued favourable batting conditions and lack of spark from a lacklustre Windies attack allowed Cook to coast towards a fourth Test double century in the opening session.