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Follow live: French Open Day 10

Roger Federer dropped the first two sets to countryman Stan Wawrinka in the men's quarterfinals (live on WatchESPN). In the other quarterfinal, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was rolling against Kei Nishikori until the match was halted when windblown debris injured a fan.

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NFL eyes games in Germany, Mexico, Brazil

NEW YORK -- Commissioner Roger Goodell casually mentioned last month the NFL's interest in adding more international games. He mentioned potential contests in Germany, Mexico and Brazil.

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VCU clinches its first regional championship (1:41)
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NBA union to investigate concussion protocol

The NBA union has hired neurologists to examine the league's concussion policy and determine whether any changes are needed to prevent players from playing with an undiagnosed concussion.

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Historic Road Trip Takes Its Toll (3:22)
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MLB Power Rankings: Week 9

The ultra-consistent Cardinals and the suddenly surging Giants are worthy of being in the top spot in our rankings. Who's No. 1?

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FIFA to hold news conference
Soccer 

In the wake of a NY Times report that FIFA's second-in-command helped authorize $10 million in bribes for World Cup bidding votes, FIFA has called a news conference to begin at 12:30 ET. It appears FIFA president Sepp Blatter is scheduled to speak.

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Falling debris hits fans at French Open
Tennis 

Play was delayed and three people were injured during Kei Nishikori and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's quarterfinal match when pieces of the scoreboard were blown off by heavy winds.

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Saints extend Cameron Jordan

The DE signed a 5-year extension through the 2020 season worth a maximum of $60M, with $33.6M guaranteed, according to FOX Sports. Jordan, a 2013 Pro Bowler, had 7.5 sacks last season and has 29 in four seasons with New Orleans.

Federer trying to force 4th set
Tennis 

Roger Federer dropped the first 2 sets to Stan Wawrinka today. If Federer rallies to reach the French Open semis, he would tie Boris Becker and Aaron Krickstein for the most 0-2 comebacks in the Open Era. Live on WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Browns sign young fan to 1-day deal

Nine-year-old Dylan Sutcliffe, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder, has dreamed of playing for the Browns. Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the aspiring DT got his own jersey and locker today. Sutcliffe's "awesome" day

Coley Harvey @ColeyHarvey

It's early, but in 11-on-11 drills, AJ McCarron is looking like today's star. Two well-placed passes for TDs to Rex Burkhead, John Peters

Bob Ley @BobLeyESPN

How does FIFA explain the letter from SAFA to Valcke re: 2008 $10mUSD transfer? Awaiting press conference.

Chris Fowler @cbfowler

Federer slumped in his chair after 2nd set. Searching for answers to huge hitting from Wawrinka. Will need a 10th comeback from 0-2 sets

Federer down 0-2 to Wawrinka
Tennis 

If Roger Federer is going to reach the French Open semifinals, he'll need his 10th career comeback from an 0-2 deficit. Stan Wawrinka won the first two sets, 6-4, 6-3. Live on WatchESPN

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Ford's NBA Mock Draft 6.0
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In the wake of Karl-Anthony Towns' impressive workout, during which he sunk 3-pointers with ease, Chad Ford was compelled to keep Towns as the No. 1 pick. Full draft (Insider)

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Foudy: How to end World Cup drought
Soccer 

It's been 16 years since the U.S. women won a World Cup, but you don't need to remind Shannon Boxx of that. "Every World Cup that pressure grows as we get further away from the last World Cup title." What they've learned

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The Numbers Game
NBA 

A new graphic shows the best players in NBA history to wear each jersey number. Spoiler: Several league legends were left off the list. Check it out

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ESPN FC @ESPNFC

FIFA has called a news conference for today at 6:00 p.m. local time in Zurich.

Roland Garros @rolandgarros

A sheet of metal fell from the scoreboard onto members of the public, three of whom sustained minor injuries.