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The All-Star break was a welcomed rest for the Minnesota Twins. It was also quite the revival.
A slimmed-down Albert Haynesworth was deemed unfit to practice, even though the players were wearing shorts, contact was sparse, and the whole thing last only 70 minutes.
Lane Kiffin thinks the Tennessee Titans' lawsuit against him and the University of Southern California is more about geography than coaching etiquette.
Ty Warren was stunned when he saw the bare spots where pictures of former Patriots stars once hung. He and his teammates wondered what was going on.
In the middle of another tight division race, the Minnesota Twins acquired All-Star closer Matt Capps from the Washington Nationals late Thursday night for prized catching prospect Wilson Ramos and minor league left-hander Joe Testa.
On the eve of the first day of training camp, Washington Redskins player Albert Haynesworth ended his months-long boycott of the team by meeting Wednesday morning with coach Mike Shanahan.
The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Jason Demers to a two-year contract.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday he has decided not to suspend Titans quarterback Vince Young over a tussle at a Dallas strip club in June.
Nationals rookie right-hander Stephen Strasburg says he first felt tightness in his pitching shoulder "a couple days ago" and chalks it up to "kind of hitting the wall a little bit."