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Pete Carroll's 2-6 record with the Seattle Seahawks is the worst of his career though eight games as a head coach in college or the NFL.
NBA players are facing a Wednesday afternoon deadline to accept the league's current proposal or face a harsher one that calls for rolling back their salaries, and Commissioner David Stern said Monday "the only rational thing to do is for us to make that deal."
It all happened so quickly. The St. Louis Blues changed coaches after only 13 games. Now Ken Hitchcock is in charge, an experienced hand who says he knows how to get the most out of these players.
Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and St. Louis wide receiver Greg Salas are done for the season.
John Beck's play in his third loss as the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback was better than his second, coach Mike Shanahan said Monday.
Don't try to have a conversation with Mike Shanahan about whether the Washington Redskins are rebuilding unless you have your definition of that nebulous concept figured out. That much was apparent by how he bristled at that question during his weekly Monday meeting with reporters.
Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin is battling another hamstring injury - this time to his other leg.
Joe Frazier, the former heavyweight champion who handed Muhammad Ali his first defeat yet had to live forever in his shadow, has died after a brief final fight with liver cancer. He was 67.
Dwayne De Rosario may not have led D.C. United back to the playoffs this year, but the prolific playmaker did enough to land on the shortlist for MLS Most Valuable Player honors.