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    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer tells Adrian Peterson what his two choices are

  2. Bears chairman George McCaskey addresses Ray McDonald situation
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  3. Who poses biggest World Cup threat to the US?
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  4. FIFA Women's World Cup approaching 1 million tickets sold, set to pass 2011
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    FIFA Women's World Cup approaching 1 million tickets sold, set to pass 2011

  5. Blackhawks fan files lawsuit; alleges drunken Kings fans beat him up in 2014 playoffs
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  6. Patrick Roy shares fond memories of Quebec City's Colisee
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  7. FIFA's latest corruption scandal exposed by nailing weakest links
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    FIFA's latest corruption scandal exposed by nailing weakest links

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  9. Over/Under: Ryan Howard on the rebound
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  10. Marek vs. Wyshynski Podcast: Pete DeBoer hired, Rangers win, Game 6 with Tracey Meyers
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  11. Game 7 destiny for WCF?; The glory of NHL OT; Tampa inexperience (Puck Headlines)
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  12. Journal de Montreal's Marc de Foy makes gay joke about Michael Sam, apologizes
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  • THE LATEST: Blatter says FIFA will 'root out any misconduct'

    THE LATEST: Blatter says FIFA will 'root out any misconduct'

    The Latest on FIFA developments: --- 9:10 p.m. (1910 GMT, 3:10 p.m. EDT) FIFA President Sepp Blatter says FIFA will work hard with authorities to ''root out any misconduct'' after the arrest and indictment of several top officials in a far-reaching … More »

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  • Todd eyes elite company, and stormy weather

    Todd eyes elite company, and stormy weather

    (Reuters) - Brendon Todd would join Hall of Fame company with a successful title defense at this week's Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Texas, but he is keeping one eye on the severe weather that has already battered the state. At least 18 … More »

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  • U.S. charges against FIFA officials, possible sentences

    By Julia Edwards and Lindsay Dunsmuir May 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has charged five executives and nine officials of soccer's global governing body, FIFA, with racketeering. U.S. code defines racketeering as any criminal activity … More »

    Reuters - 7 minutes ago
  • FIFA's Blatter promises to root out any wrongdoing

    By Brian Homewood ZURICH (Reuters) - FIFA chief Sepp Blatter said he was determined to "root out any wrongdoing in football" after seven leading football officials were arrested on corruption charges by U.S. and Swiss authorities on Wednesday. … More »

    Reuters - 8 minutes ago
  • Tigers bump Ryan, start Wilson vs. A's

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Right-hander Alex Wilson is scheduled to make his first career start for the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday after Kyle Ryan was scratched. … More »

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