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Random drug testing is a fact of life for NFL players, but you'd think that certain places would be off-limits to the league's pee police. Nope! Washington Redskins' back-up quarterback Kirk Cousins tweeted that he was drug tested while a
Team USA is still very much alive in the World Baseball Classic. When manager Joe Torre's squad takes on the Dominican Republic Thursday night, it will once again have a rather tattered U.S. flag hanging in its dugout
After decades of suffering abuse at the hands of humans, the Earth is apparently fighting back, and it's starting with the golfers. Golfers Mark Mihal and Mike Peters took advantage of a nice late winter day by playing the course at Waterloo, Ill
Mariano Rivera, the greatest relief pitcher in major league history, intends to retire at the end of the 2013 season. The New York Yankees' closer is supposed to make the announcement official at a press conference at Steinbrenner Field in Tampa on Saturday
A man broke into a Baltimore fast-food restaurant last month and ate 16 slices of pie before falling asleep and being captured, police say. Baltimore police responded to a break-in at a Popeye's chicken restaurant on Feb. 19, whereupon they found a 62-year-old man asleep on the floor of the establishme
Who says older guys have a problem getting the pole? Certainly not former Viagra-sponsored driver Mark Martin. Martin, 54, became the second-oldest driver to secure a Sprint Cup pole when he finished with the b
Get ready for less sonic boom in your pre-game entertainment: federal budget cuts mandated by the U.S. government's sequester include stadium flyovers made by U.S. military aircraft prior to major sporting events.
Flyovers by Air Force Thunderbirds and the Navy Blue Angels have become commonplace at s
Just a month after winning the Super Bowl, quarterback Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms on a six-year, $120.6 million contract, ESPN reports. The deal will make the quarterback the highest-paid player in NFL history.
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