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John Elway hasn't even interviewed his first head coaching candidate and already the Denver Broncos' new football boss is 0 for 2.
Although he traded his captain, Jamie Langenbrunner, to the Dallas Stars for a conditional second-round draft pick on Friday, New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello dismissed talk that the last-place team is in a rebuilding phase.
Having showered and dressed after practice, Michael Turner is heading for a weekend off Friday when Roddy White nails his Atlanta Falcons teammate with a cupcake to the side of the face.
Bill "Tiger" Johnson, former head coach for the Cincinnati Bengals, died at his home in Fort Myers, Fla., after a long illness, the team announced on Friday. He was 84.
All week, Jim Harbaugh had a good feeling about making the jump to the NFL and joining the San Francisco 49ers _ just the way mentor and late Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh did more than 30 years ago.
Russia's junior hockey team arrived at Buffalo Niagara International Airport with a police escort, and prepared to depart with a sobering message following an over-exuberant, headline-grabbing, extended stay.
Jim Harbaugh is the new coach of the San Francisco 49ers.
Former U.S. national team player Freddy Adu is on trial with the German second-division club Ingolstadt.
The NCAA put Texas Tech on two years of probation Friday for a series of recruiting violations, saying 16 coaches or assistants sent nearly 1,000 impermissible text messages to football, softball and golf prospects.