Archive For July 2007

Sad tale for former NFL players, but who is really at fault?

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By the time former NFL players got done telling their stories of pain and poverty to Congress, there was barely a dry eye in the House.

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Panthers sign rookie Robinson to four-year deal

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Ryne Robinson became the second Carolina Panthers’ draft pick to come to terms when the former Miami of Ohio receiver and punt returner signed a four-year, $2.1 million contract this week.

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NFL hopes its game doesn’t get lost in translation in China

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Are you ready for some “Mei shi gan lan qiu”?

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Hamlin wants wins, not just good finishes

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While Denny Hamlin has avoided the dread sophomore jinx, he’s not satisfied with being second in the NASCAR Nextel Cup season points going into Sunday’s race at New Hampshire International Speedway.

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Lakers must remind Bryant they call the shots

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With that little matter of the NBA draft finally out of the way, the Lakers can get back to what’s really important: Finding a way to keep Kobe Bryant happy.

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Return to Rip City? Blazers introduce Oden to fans

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Brand-new Trail Blazers center Greg Oden quickly got a feel for life in Portland _ it rained.

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Hornets’ rookie gets first taste of life as a pro in New Orleans

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Never mind the disappointment of falling from a projected top-10 pick in the NBA draft and still being around when the New Orleans Hornets picked 13th.

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Athletics 7, Yankees 0

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Chad Gaudin combined with Rich Harden on a one-hitter, and the Oakland Athletics connected for three home runs off Kei Igawa in a 7-0 victory over the lethargic New York Yankees on Saturday.

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Padres 7, Dodgers 6

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With a five-run lead, the San Diego Padres might have thought they had enough of a cushion. Turns out it was barely enough against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Diamondbacks 4, Giants 3, 10 innings

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Barry Bonds is going to have a harder time enjoying his home runs if the Giants keep losing close games.

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