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- Pacers remain unbeaten with rout of Bulls November 7, 2013
Luis Scola, Donald Sloan and Lance Stephenson accounted for all the points in a decisive 12-2 run, thwarting a late charge by the Chicago Bulls and sending the Indiana Pacers, the NBA’s last unbeaten …
- Agent: Martin's issues with several Dolphins November 7, 2013
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin had issues with multiple players on the team, not just suspended guard Richie Incognito, his agent told ESPN’s Mark Schwarz on Thursday.
- Cutler cleared, expected to start vs. Lions November 7, 2013
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been cleared to play and is expected to start vs. the Detroit Lions, coach Marc Trestman said Thursday.
- 49ers expect Smith to play against Panthers November 7, 2013
It appears Aldon Smith will play Sunday for the San Francisco 49ers.
- Girardi: A-Rod hearing 'complicates' plans November 7, 2013
New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi said the drawn-out Alex Rodriguez appeal hearing is complicating their offseason because the team doesn’t know whether the third baseman’s 211-game suspension will …
- Packers' Matthews expects to return Sunday November 7, 2013
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said he expects to return to action Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles after missing his team’s past four games with a broken right thumb.
- Tyson book: 'My whole life has been a joke' November 7, 2013
Mike Tyson’s life story is the gift that keeps giving.
- 'Highlight of practice': Kubiak visits Texans November 7, 2013
Texans coach Gary Kubiak made an appearance near the end of practice Thursday, visiting the team as he recovers from a transient ischemic attack he suffered during Houston’s 27-24 loss Sunday to the I …
- QB Winston on squint: Nothing to see here November 7, 2013
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston’s squinting has everyone staring at the redshirt freshman.
- Sources: GMs to talk about plate collisions November 7, 2013
A discussion about changes aimed to greatly reduce home-plate collisions is expected to take place next week in Orlando, Fla., where general managers will meet.