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An arbitrator in Philadelphia has ruled in Drew Brees' favor in a dispute over how much the Saints would have to pay him if they applied the franchise tag to the star quarterback again in 2013.
Braves third baseman Chipper Jones is replacing Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp on the NL All-Star roster, potentially improving Bryce Harper's chances of making the All-Star Game.
Scott Brooks always believed he would be back as the coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder, even as his previous contract was surprisingly allowed to expire following the NBA Finals.
George McPhee flashes a deft poker face often, not willing to share his plans for the Washington Capitals before he makes a big move. That could be the case this offseason, or the general manager could be calmly blunt about not wanting to spend a lot of money in free agency.
Top-seeded Maria Sharapova was knocked out of Wimbledon on Monday, losing 6-4, 6-3 to Sabine Lisicki in the fourth round just a month after completing a career Grand Slam.
Spain has taken its place among soccer's great teams by becoming the first nation to successfully defend its European Championship after winning the World Cup. The task, now, is to be remembered as the greatest.
For all the endless parallels between the so-called new Tiger Woods and the old one, this was one comparison he didn't mind.
Martin Brodeur is going to remain the face of the New Jersey Devils.
Katie Ledecky was just 11 years old the last time the nation's best swimmers packed Omaha's CenturyLink Center, vying for one of 26 spots on the 2008 U.S. Olympic swimming team.