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Berry: My bold fantasy football predictions

John Brown will catch at least 10 TDs this season. Yes, you heard me ... 10 TDs! With this and other predictions, Matthew Berry goes way out on a limb with a bold statement for each NFL team.

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Tebow stages another late comeback (1:02)
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Bob Ryan: Patriots will be scrutinized more than ever (0:54)
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CourtCast: Follow US Open action live

Venus Williams and Novak Djokovic play in the early afternoon at Flushing Meadows. Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal are scheduled to play under the lights (live coverage on ESPN/WatchESPN).

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Jeremy Lin goes undercover (0:51)
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Seager shines in major league debut (1:03)
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Cold Hard Facts: What we learned about Michigan (1:03)
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Goal-line stand preserves win for Gamecocks (1:18)
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Ruling a major rebuke of Goodell's power (1:17)
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Kiper: Adoree' Jackson 'could be spectacular this season' (0:40)
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Are NBA stars overplaying in the summer?
NBA 

In a league beset by overuse injuries, David Thorpe questions the wisdom and safety of NBA players playing in summer pro-am games: "It just seems to me that, No. 1: Guys play too many games anyway."

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NBA 

You just can't catch this Wildcat
College Football 

Arizona QB Anu Solomon did a great job avoiding would-be tacklers, even shedding one wrapped around his leg, to find Johnny Jackson for a 21-yard touchdown.

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College Football 

Kessler: 'The whole discipline was flawed'
NFL 

NFLPA Attorney Jeffrey Kessler joins ESPN Radio to explain why Tom Brady and the NFLPA won their appeal: "Because the process used by commissioner [Roger] Goodell was fundamentally unfair."

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NFL 

A bobbling football? No problem
College Football 

Lenoir-Rhyne University DB Cliff Barrett intercepted a pass ... while falling down ... while the ball was twirling end over end. Someone check his gloves for duct tape.

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College Football 

OTD: LHP with no right hand tosses no-no
MLB 

On Sept. 4, 1993, Yankees LHP Jim Abbott -- who was born without his right hand and played 10 seasons in the majors -- struck out three in a no-hitter vs. the Indians.

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MLB 

Fantasy advice on all 32 NFL teams
NFL 

Need to know the injury status of your team's star? Looking to see how your sleeper pick is progressing in training camp? ESPN's NFL Nation reporters have you covered. Shining/sleeping stars (Insider)

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NFL 

Giants make two moves at punter

First, New York cut Steve Weatherford, the team's punter for the past four years, including Super Bowl XLVI. Second, the Giants swapped a conditional seventh round pick for Steelers punter Brad Wing.

Bills cut LB Ikemefuna Enemkpali

The Bills parted ways with the linebacker, whom they signed last month after the Jets released him for punching Geno Smith in the face, breaking his jaw.

From The Mag: Eric LeGrand still believes
College Football 

Five years after a hit left him paralyzed, the former Rutgers standout says his lifelong love of football still sustains him: "Football made me who I am. I don't miss practice, I'll tell you that. But playing the game of football -- oh, I'd do anything to go back to it." His daily grind

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College Football 

Gronk's latest project: hot sauce
NFL 

ESPN's Darren Rovell says Rob Gronkowski decided to put his name and image on a hot sauce called Gronk's Hot Sauce: "His father and his brothers ... figured hot sauce was natural because Rob thinks he's hot."

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NFL 

A matchup of powerhouse programs
College Football 

ESPN's Jeannine Edwards says Notre Dame will be at a loss for words coming out of the tunnel Saturday night: "We live for moments like this, playing a powerhouse team like Texas in prime time on national television."

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College Football 

Holyfield's son commits to Georgia
College Football 

ESPN 300 RB Elijah Holyfield, son of former heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield, committed to the Bulldogs today over Auburn, Tennessee, Alabama and South Carolina. He rushed for 1,735 yards and scored 28 TDs last season at Woodward Academy in Atlanta.

College Football 

Bucs cut Bowers after 'great ride'

Da'Quan Bowers sent a pair of tweets this morning to thank the Buccaneers' coaching staff and fans, indicating that the defensive lineman has been released. What's next?

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Can MSU make playoff with a loss to OSU?
College Football 

Mike Greenberg doesn't think the Spartans will make the College Football Playoff if they lose to the Buckeyes in November: "I don't think a one-loss team out of the Big Ten that doesn't get into the conference title game will get in, even if they're one of the four best teams in the country."

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College Football 

Italian soccer league adds card color
Soccer 

Serie B is adding green colored cards in addition to the disciplinary reds and yellows referees hand out in matches. Players can earn green cards for good behavior, fair play and sporting gestures, and at the end of the season, a classification will determine an overall fair-play winner, with the leading player likely to win a trophy. Story

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Soccer 

Spieth off to slow start at DBC
Golf 

Jordan Spieth tried out some new clubs last week. It didn't go well, so he's back with his old set for today's first round of the Deutsche Bank Championship ... but it's still not going so well. Leaderboard

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Golf 

College football stadium oddities
College Football 

A mascot mausoleum, a rehabbed garbage dump and massive telescope mirrors ... there is strange history lurking around, under and inside some of college football's most hallowed stadiums. Mirror, mirror on the wall

Courtesy of Georgia Tech/Rob Felt
College Football 

Meyer: QBs will learn who's starting
College Football 

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer won't tell the rest of the world who his starting QB will be for Monday night's season opener, but Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett will find out Saturday, he said on 97.1 The Fan: "I told them who was ahead. It's so close that both [should] be ready."

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College Football 

Belichick briefly addresses Brady ruling

When asked about Tom Brady rejoining the Patriots, coach Bill Belichick had a simple answer: "He never left." Brady will be available for the first four games as a result of having his suspension overturned. Said Belichick when asked if that affects his game plans: "We'll do the best that we can to have the best plan [and] best preparation for Pittsburgh."

Patriots had plans to raise Brady banner

If Tom Brady's suspension was not overturned before Thursday's Patriots-Giants game, New England would have unveiled a Brady banner at Gillette Stadium rather than the franchise's Super Bowl banner, team president Jonathan Kraft told 98.5 The Sports Hub.

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Schlabach: A farewell to the offseason
College Football 

Like lists? How about hilariously awkward headshots? Mark Schlabach recaps the best of the college football offseason, including its best drills and long-snapper tricks. Offseason roundup

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College Football