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  • Tiny american football

    QB Dante Culpepper Retires

    After nine NFL seasons, seven of which were spent with the Minnesota Vikings, quarterback Dante Culpepper has decided to retire.

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    Deion Branch May Play in Opener

    The Seattle Seahawks will meet the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, September 7 at 1 pm ET, and wideout Deion Branch, former Super Bowl MVP, may be in the game.

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  • Tiny soccer

    Man City Chase Big Name Players!

    Premiership ‘also-rans’ Manchester City have just been taken over by an Arab business group and all of a sudden there are news and rumours of the world’s best players moving to the City of Manchester Stadium.

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  • Tiny racing

    Formula One going the GP2 way - Bridgestone

    Traditionally, Formula One regulations have stated that each team must use two types of wet weather tyres for their cars.

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    Class of 2008, Basketball Hall of fame

    The live broadcast of the enshrinement ceremony of the new inductees into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame will be aired by NBA TV and ESPN Classic on Friday the 5th of September, starting at 7:30 p.

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    Bears QB Kyle Orton Voted Team Captain

    The Chicago Bears decided on their offensive captains today.

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    Key Browns Back on the Practice Field

    Browns’ starting quarterback Derek Anderson went down with a concussion on August 18 when playing against the New York Giants.

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  • Tiny racing

    Renault still Good for Fourth - Symonds

    Renault F1 may have had a strong race at the Hungaroring but the Valencia circuit was a bad reality check.

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    Elias to stay at Alice Team?

    Tony Elias may have had a difficult start this season but since then, he has really picked up the pace.

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  • Tiny baseball

    Minnesota Loses, Chicago Too

    Wednesday, September 3, 2008 – Both the Minnesota Twins and the Chicago White Sox lost on Tuesday night, so they remain tied atop the American League Central Division, and 9 games ahead of their closest competitor, the Cleveland Indians.

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