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While his brother Michael Bennett of the Seahawks sat during the national anthem, the Packers tight end explained the message behind his political cartoon.
The quarterback and linebacker said their gesture was one of camaraderie and love.
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The sun will be roughly 90 percent obscured in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Monday, but the Crimson Tide have other concerns.
Madson felt pain in the finger when he played catch Saturday.
Strasburg will make his first start since July 23.
A statement from the World Umpires Association spells it out: the umps aren't gonna take it anymore.
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Just two weeks before opener at Texas, Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill appear to be front-runners to win the job.
The Hoosiers' compliance office gave Bryant Fitzgerald some bad advice, the school announced.
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