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  • Cleveland Browns fill placekicker position with NFL veteran

    Cleveland Browns fans will recognize the name of the team's new placekicker. The Cleveland Browns have reached agreement with a specialist who last played for the franchise four years ago.

  • Pat Summerall dies, leave TV sportscasting legacy (+video)

    Pat Summerall dies: The former football player turned sportscaster, Pat Summerall delivered the details on 16 Super Bowls, the Masters, and the U.S. Open tennis tournament with a simple, understated style.

  • Colt McCoy traded: Cleveland QB shipped to San Francisco for draft picks

    Colt McCoy traded: The Texas signal caller was going to be the Browns quarterback of the future. But Cleveland stumbled, resulting in Colt McCoy being traded.

  • Super Bowl XLVII: 18 pregame facts on Ravens and 49ers

    Here are some fast facts on Super Bowl XLVII, the NFL's championship game set for this Sunday evening.

  • Rob Ryan fired by Cowboys: Will he join brother Rex in New York?

    Rob Ryan fired by Cowboys: Dallas continues to purge its coaching staff after failing to make the NFL playoffs. With Rob Ryan fired by Dallas, the question is will twin brother Rex add Rob to his New York Jets coaching staff?

  • A Week 17 NFL quiz

    The NFL’s regular season ended Sunday with one coach, Indianapolis’s Chuck Pagano, making a triumphant and inspiring return to the sidelines after months of cancer treatments. Meanwhile a handful of coaches were about to receive pink slips (Philadelphia’s Andy Reid, Kansas City’s Romeo Crennel, Cleveland’s Pat Shurmur, and Buffalo’s Chan Gailey were gone by Monday morning, and others seemed sure to follow). Amid the musical chairs to make the playoffs, Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson came up just nine yards shy of his quest to overtake Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards. His 199 yards, however, helped the Vikings land a playoff berth. The Redskins also were carried to the playoffs by a running back, rookie Alfred Morris, a little-known sixth-round draft pick out of Florida Atlantic, who gained a team record 200 yards in Washington’s win-or-go-home 28-18 victory over Dallas. To test your knowledge of Week 17 NFL developments, take this 12-question quiz.

  • Robert Griffin III: Redskins QB's jersey breaks sales records

    Robert Griffin III Redskins jersey has set the all-time sales record for NFL jerseys since the league started keeping track – and with a Redskins playoff berth possibly looming, he is bound to sell many more. What makes Robert Griffin III so marketable? 

  • Saints 'Bountygate' player suspensions overturned by Tagliabue

    In reversing the penalties handed out before the season, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the Saints players and coaches acted to the detriment of the league.

  • NFL's Goodell upholds some player suspensions in Saints' 'Bountygate' probe

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says Saint players Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith must sit out several games this season. But he reduced the penalties on former Saints Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove.

  • Order returns to gridiron: NFL referees receive cheers, hugs, and standing Os

    The NFL's lockout of referees ended with the Baltimore Ravens' 23-16 win over the Browns. Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis hugged one referee. 50,000 fans stood and applauded the referees' return.

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Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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