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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Seven story lines to watch as NFL training camps open
Fates of Eagles, Patriots among seven story lines to watch as NFL training camps open
Football is back. After a frenetic offseason, the on-field work at last begins in earnest as 30 of the NFL's 32 teams report for training camp later this week. Here are seven of the most compelling story lines across the league.
It's been 35 years since George Brett went bonkers in the infamous pine tar game
Police accidentally tear gas several Tour de France riders amid farmers' protest
Gary Sanchez's apparent lack of hustle hurts Yankees in loss to Rays
A pair of plays from Gary Sanchez that seemed to be low on effort from the catcher hurt the Yankees in a one-run loss to the Rays.
Anthony Rizzo pitches for first time in MLB career as Cubs turn to position players again
Star first baseman Anthony Rizzo got his wish to pitch in an MLB game granted by manager Joe Maddon as the Cubs turned to position players to finish up a game again.
What does a quieter Jim Harbaugh say about Michigan in 2018?
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh seemed almost muted, by design, during his media day peformance. What does a quieter, more docile Harbaugh at say about Michigan in 2018?
Cardinals rookie returns from brain surgery to throw 7 no-hit innings
Rookie right-hander Daniel Poncedeleon, whose career was in jeopardy last year after being hit by a batted ball, doesn't allow a hit in MLB debut.
Ohio State fires wide receivers coach after wife files domestic violence protection order
Zach Smith was the last original member of Urban Meyer's first Buckeyes football team in 2012. He also worked for Meyer at Florida.
Iowa player charged with public intoxication after police say he mistook cop car for Uber
Iowa defensive tackle Brady Reiff, 22, was arrested and charged with public intoxication after police say he drunkenly mistook a police car for an Uber.
Mets minor-leaguer Tim Tebow done for season after breaking his hand
Tim Tebow's second year in the minor leagues appears to be over. The New York Mets minor-leaguer broke his hand and will have surgery on Tuesday.
The Day In Sports Gallery
South Africa's Temba Bavuma plays a shot during the fourth day of their second Test match between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) international cricket stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Who Is America?' shows GOP lawmaker stripping, screaming racist slurs
Beach umbrella blown in wind impales woman in chest at Maryland beach
Server faked 'we don't tip terrorist' note, Texas restaurant says
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