1. Kevin Jones Signs with the Bears

    The Chicago Bears signed running back Kevin Jones to a one-year deal worth $605,000 on Tuesday. Jones will get the chance to play his former team—the Detroit Lions—twice a year as a member of theBear...

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  2. Ronaldinho Signs with AC Milan for £16m

    Milan has a deal in place to sign Ronaldinho from Barcelona for £16m pending a medical. The deal was made possible by the player taking a pay cut, according to Italian sources...

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  3. Peyton Manning Out Four to Six Weeks

    Pro Bowl quarterback Peyton Manning will need four to six weeks of recovery time after having an infected bursa sac removed from his left knee, the team revealed in a press release on Monday...

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  4. Italian Football In Mourning After Young Player's Death

    Football fans in Italy are in mourning after Sampdoria and Treviso midfielder Gionata Mingozzi was tragically killed in a car crash early this morning...

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  5. Fans Rally for Brett Favre

    Green Bay Packers fans rallied outside of Lambeau Field on Sunday in a demonstration designed to pressure the team into reinstating Brett Favre as their starting quarterback...

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  6. Absence of Woods puts shadow over Open

    For than a decade Tiger Woods has been casting a long and chilling shadow across his competitors in professional golf...

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  7. Cristiano Ronaldo and Sepp Blatter's Looney Tunes Duet

    Another mad solo from Sepp Blatter would have been bad enough, but before last week was over, we had to endure a Looney Tunes duet as Cristiano Ronaldo decided to harmonise with the FIFA president ...

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  8. Chelsea Inadvertently Trigger Carlos Queiroz Departure

    Chelsea’s gain in recruiting Luiz Felipe Scolari as their new manager has spelt pain for Manchester United—at least in the short term...

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  9. Spain 2008-09

    The fixture list for the 2008-09 season will not be completed until later this month, when the relevant authorities hold their annual meetings...

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  10. Barcelona President Joan Laporta Appeals For Calm

    President Joan Laporta has made a call for "institutional calm" in order to maintain the club’s sporting plans intact. He also said that his continuity in charge of the club will be subject to a decision of the next Assembly...

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  11. Glasgow Celtic Prepare to Honor Legend

    Glasgow Celtic have given the green light to construct a permanent memorial—in the form of a bronze statue on a granite base—to honor former player James “Jinky” Johnstone. The project will cost the club £60,000...

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  12. Every Year Is A Good Year For Sports Crime

    Every Year Is A Good Year For Sports Crime: Steroids may be the big talk of the town or Vick and his dogs, but that is distraction. The story of Tim Donaghy was my sports crime of last year and also one I think was under reported...

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  13. Tiger, Tiger, Where Art Thou Tiger?

    Tiger Woods is perhaps the most famous, and most dominant, athlete in the world today. The 32-year-old golfer with the multicultural background he once proudly described as "Cablinasian" ...

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  14. Trent Dilfer To Retire

    Quarterback Trent Dilfer, who played the last of his 13 NFL seasons with the San Francisco 49ers last year, said Wednesday he'll make a formal announcement in the coming days that he is retiring from football...

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  15. David Beckham Was Close To Diavolo Doorstep

    Former Manchester United and Real Madrid star David Beckham has revealed that he was on the brink of joining AC Milan last summer...

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  16. Man City To Suffer Huge Loss On Cut Price Georgios Samaras

    According to recent reports Manchester City will accept a four million pound loss on Georgios Samaras. It is believed the Greek international striker will move to Celtic for a knockdown fee of £2m in the next few days...

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  17. Glasgow Rangers: Captain Down

    Glasgow Rangers confirmed on Thursday that their captain faces up to four months on the sidelines after tests showed he needed surgery to repair ankle ligament damage...

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  18. Fools Gold: Linford Christie Saga

    Linford Christie’s complaints about being insufficiently honored for what he accomplished in athletics are lamentably weakened by his breezy willingness to dismiss as incidental ...

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  19. Should Video Challenges Be Used in Our Game?

    Anyone who tuned into Wimbledon over the past fortnight would have seen how the world’s best tennis players have the right to challenge line calls they deem incorrect...

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  20. How Rafael Nadal finally took down Roger Federer.

    Remember in the early 2000s when men's tennis became close to unwatchable—booming serves, points that were over before you blinked, synthetic rackets blasting serves 130 miles an hour? ...

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  21. Hoffenheim: How Long Before Small Team Makes the Champions League?

    You see — money can buy you happiness. Just take the grey-haired chap on the right. That’s Dietmar Hopp, the co-founder of the software giant SAP and one of the richest men in Germany...

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  22. Luiz Felipe Scolari: The Showman Who Could Outdo Jose Mourinho

    However Chelsea’s fortunes unfold on the field during the coming season, the presence of new manager Luiz Felipe Scolari at Stamford Bridge should guarantee no shortage of entertainment off it...

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  23. Jurgen Klinsmann to Shake Up Bayern Munich

    Anyone who has any lingering doubts whether Jurgen Klinsmann is determined to be an agent of change at Bayern Munich should have a word with the city’s photojournalists...

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  24. A Special Mission for Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho, who hopes to sign Frank Lampard this week, sees winning trophies as just part of his job as the new coach of Inter Milan...

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  25. Lionel Messi Shows Why Going for Gold Might Not Be So Bad

    Lionel Messi may be only slightly taller than the average 10-year-old, but he knows when to come up big. The Barcelona star recently stood up for himself and announced he would be going ...

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