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Serena Williams arrived at the Western & Southern Open with an Olympic gold medal and a chance to win another tournament she had never won before.
Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III filled out his roster of assistants on Monday by adding Scott Verplank and Jeff Sluman. Far more interesting is his decision in three weeks when he picks four Americans who will be hitting shots and trying to win back the cup at Medinah.
Tiger Woods is done enjoying golf, especially at majors.
Chris Cooley has been with the Washington Redskins from the Patrick Ramsey and Mark Brunell eras through Jason Campbell, Donovan McNabb and Rex Grossman. Thursday's preseason opener at the Buffalo Bills was his first in-game look at Robert Griffin III.
Shhh! The New York Jets worked on the wildcat.
As the Nationals packed up and prepared to head to San Francisco Sunday afternoon, the third leg of their longest road trip of the second half, they did so digesting their first loss in over a week. And as they were shuffling through the motions, catcher Kurt Suzuki put a little perspective on the winning streak.
The St. Louis Rams are dropping plans to play home games in London in 2013 and 2014, citing a need to focus on improvements to their stadium.
South Carolina just wrapped its first-ever major golf championship. Now officials are looking for more.
A long-running, high-stakes legal battle over betting on sports in America may be coming to a head, and this time supporters are making the case that their fight against the nation's most powerful professional and collegiate sports leagues not on economic or policy grounds, but as a defense of states' rights under the U.S. Constitution.