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    Big Tuna Takes the Bait

    Well Miami Dolphins head of football operations and former NFL head coach Bill Parcells finally bit.

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    Will Booty Call Plays for the Purple?

    John David Booty proved to be a disciplined and cool-headed field general when he quarterbacked the USC Trojans.

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    Steriod Dealer and NFL Informant Found Dead

    Convicted steroids pusher David Jacobs and his girlfriend, Amanda Jo Earhart-Savell, were found shot to death in Plano, Texas.

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  • Tiny baseball

    Volquez Brilliant for Reds

    The Cincinnati Reds outdueled the Phillies last night, behind the outstanding pitching of Edwin Volquez.

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    Zetterberg earns Conn Smythe honors as playoff MVP

    Henrik Zetterberg did more than enough to earn the Conn Smythe Trophy as he helped lead Detroit to the Stanley Cup.

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    Ronaldo: I Want To Play For Real Madrid

    He has ultimately said it! The much hyped and arguably the best footballer in the world at the moment Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United has publicly admitted that he wants to play for Real Madrid.

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    Detroit Holds on to Win the Cup

    In a game filled with emotion and intense play, the experience of the Detroit Red Wings paid off in the end as they barely held on to a 3-2 lead in the closing seconds of play, to win their 4th Stanley Cup in the last 11 years.

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    Padres Finally Stop the Cubs

    The Chicago Cubs finally lost last night, as the San Diego Padres outlasted them in a pitching duel that saw only 11 hits total.

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    Miami Coach Sweet-Talking Taylor

    Star Miami defensive end Jason Taylor has been miffed of late.

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    Vet Warner Taking Snaps in Voluntary Workouts

    The Arizona Cardinals have a fine, developing quarterback in Matt Leinart.

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