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Friday's best at NFL training camps: Lewan's the Boss; Brees destroys pinata

Training camps are off and running. Catch up with what's happening across the league. Source link

Mark Henry accepts '1,000 percent' of blame for Eddie Alvarez loss

Mark Henry, coach of UFC lightweight contender Eddie Alvarez, said he deserves the blame for his fighter losing to Dustin Poirier on Saturday. Source link

Cubs make room for Murphy, put Russell on DL

The Cubs made room for new second baseman Daniel Murphy, sliding Javy Baez to shortstop and placing Addison Russell on the disabled list. Source link

How big can Darren Till get?

UFC welterweight title contender Darren Till is one win from making his dream come true. All that stands in his way is Tyron Woodley -- and making weight. Source link

Source: Patriots release injured WR Matthews

Veteran wide receiver Jordan Matthews has been released by the Patriots. He had signed with the team as a free agent this offseason. Source link

FitzMagic runs out, but QB still throws for 411

Bucs QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, whose "FitzMagic" was the talk of the NFL the first two weeks, struggled early with three first-half interceptions Monday night but still managed to engineer a late rally that came up just short in...

Making an entrance in Canton: Inside Ray Lewis' signature dance

Ray Lewis gave the Ravens swagger and fired them up with his signature introduction dance, which John Harbaugh almost put an end to upon his arrival. Source link

Ryan Fitzpatrick's Cinderella story with Bucs shouldn't end after Week 3

"He's playing out of this world right now," DeSean Jackson says of the Bucs' "backup" QB, who has his team at 2-0 overall and leading the NFC South. Source link

Melo letter thanks OKC, fans for 'genuine support'

Carmelo Anthony, whose one season with the Thunder featured career lows nearly across the board, wrote a letter to thank the team and fans for "genuine support." Source link

Kimi convinced he was quicker than Hamilton in the wet

Kimi Raikkonen believes he had the pace to secure pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix, but said he came up behind traffic on his quick lap. Source link


Orthopedic injuries hospitalize IndyCar's Wickens

IndyCar Series rookie Robert Wickens was hospitalized Sunday after suffering injuries to his lower extremities, arm, spine, as well as a pulmonary contusion,...