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NFL to tackle protests as Trump decries disrespectful players

The National Football League will tackle criticism from President Donald Trump over players who protest racial discrimination by kneeling during the U.S. national anthem when league officials gather with team owners in New York for their autumn meeting this week. Trump has continued to rail at the symbolic

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Luis Severino on track to start potential Game 6 for Yankees

Luis Severino is on track to start Game 6, if necessary, after being pulled for precautionary reasons in Game 2. Joe Girardi was worried about a possible shoulder injury for his 23-year-old ace, so he took him out after four innings. “Nope. He was good the other day,” Girardi replied before Game 3 at

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Houston Nutt settles lawsuit with Ole Miss

Houston Nutt wanted money and an apology from Ole Miss. He’ll have to settle for the second of the two — and a largely different future for the program he used to lead. It was Nutt’s lawsuit, remember, which exposed the documents that led to a Mississippi State fan finding Hugh Freeze‘s call to a Tampa escort service, which led to Freeze’s resignation, which led to… we have no idea what it will lead to, but, whatever that future is, it will be wildly different than if Freeze was still the Rebels’ coach. Nutt amended his lawsuit in August to seek simply an apology from Ole Miss, and that apology finally came on Monday. Each side released their own bitter, short statements. Nutt will go on, with

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Back-to-back games for Kenta Maeda No problem Dodgers say

After recording three outs in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series, Kenta Maeda did not pitch for the Dodgers on Sunday night. He was warming up as Justin Turner's game-winning homer cleared the center-field fence. Maeda has never been a reliever before this postseason, but manager Dave

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