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Brady’s missing Super Bowl jersey recovered in Mexico

The football jersey that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady wore in last month’s Super Bowl victory in Houston, Texas, which disappeared hours after the game, has been found in Mexico, the National football League and police said Monday.
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LeBron James is crying again but he’s doing so in virtual reality this time. The NBA superstar stars in a... Read More »
JACK GAUGHAN AT CITY FOOTBALL ACADEMY: Manchester City have set up a Champions League semi-final clash with Lyon after beating Fortuna Hjorring 2-0 on aggregate in the quarter-final.
Three weeks into NFL free agency, Malcolm Butler’s future remains uncertain. The restricted free-agent cornerback has yet to sign either... Read More »
In the U.S., police cars typically are based on American cars, such as the Dodge Charger, Ford Taurus and Chevrolet SS.... Read More »
Multiple teams have been vying for Jose Quintana’s services, but one team might come out of the woodwork to make... Read More »
As the Winnipeg Jets' season winds down, let’s take a look at a couple of things I think might affect the team moving forward. The culture in a dressing room is often bandied about, so I’
Frank Mason III, who led Kansas to its 13th consecutive Big 12 title, is The Associated Press' Player of the Year             
Kansas guard Frank Mason III and Gonzaga coach Mark Few have won The Associated Press player and coach of the year awards             
Turn the calendar to the first full week in April, and Dustin Johnson's three straight victories suddenly seem like dress rehearsals             
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Pep Guardiola will be in line for criticism the longer he stays at Man City
Sharks players say their focus is solely on this Saturday's clash against the Knights despite a grand final replay against the Storm set for next week.
This definitely doesn't happen every spring: Royals' Ian Kennedy has Cactus League ERA of 0.00             
Arizona freshman forward Lauri Markkanen is leaving early for the NBA and is expected to hire an agent             
South Carolina star Sindarius Thornwell missed practice on Thursday due to illness, just two days before the Gamecocks face top-seeded Gonzaga in the Final Four.
Bill Goldberg is miserable. But he’s not really miserable. Goldberg said recently on the debut episode of “E&C’s Pod Of... Read More »
For most people, flying cars feel more like science fiction than reality. Other people, however, already are using the futuristic... Read More »
That explains a lot.             
Everson Walls, the other player in The Catch, wonders about his own legacy             
Former Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger and his wife Ana Ivanovic were joined by their parents on Thursday as the famous sporting duo look to settle in quickly in America.
Jim Hayford built Whitworth into a powerhouse at the Division III level during his tenure             
Right-hander Zack Wheeler earned a spot in the starting rotation for the New York Mets despite a rough spring and two-year recovery from Tommy John surgery.
When Angels starter Matt Shoemaker takes the mound next week seven months after brain surgery, he will be wearing a protective headwear piece for protection.
Downtown Orlando should be bustling this weekend — (in case you missed it) Wrestlemania kicks off on April 2 at Camping World Stadium. There are plenty of restaurants in downtown Orlando to feed your
Debutant halfback Matt Frawley had a debut to remember in Canterbury's win over Brisbane, giving Bulldogs coach Des Hasler some serious food for thought.
Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett took no time at all in his post-match press conference to get to an unfortunate moment from the usually reliable Jordan Kahu.
EXCLUSIVE: He's seemingly in a four-way race for this year's NBA Most Valuable Player award but Kawhi Leonard is adamant his focus is purely on the San Antonio Spurs.
Gov. Roy Cooper is expected to sign the repeal of House Bill 2.             
Danny Ainge has yet to set off the fireworks and bring an NBA superstar to the Boston Celtics. But let’s... Read More »
Nathan Chen fell on a triple jump in his short program at the world championships.             
Gamecocks assistant coach Perry Clark said the forward is dealing with flu-like symptoms.             
With the Raiders’ impending move to Las Vegas, there may come a day when NASCAR and the NFL butt helmets on the same Sunday afternoon.
Buffalo Sabres center Sam Reinhart says he was late for a team stretching period because he misread a text, which led to him being benched against Columbus            &
Hours after Eric Radford considered withdrawing due to injury, he and partner Meagan Duhamel held on to finish seventh in pairs at the world figure s

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