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Browne, like many of this training videos, was nimble and on his toes as he showed a lot of upper body movement. Browne was rushed to hospital last night after receiving treatment in the ring, but he was understood to be in a good condition despite the nasty knockout.
  • Liverpool fans react to Richard Keys' latest tweet about Mohamed Salah

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    But the reaction has been pretty negative, with Liverpool fans insisting Salah should keep No.11 and make it legendary. In addition, he became the first Egyptian to score a hat-trick in the Premier League with no other player scoring more for Liverpool in a debut season than him, this last outing seeing him overtake Fernando Torres.
  • United States college student missing in Bermuda; mom appeals for…

    United States college student missing in Bermuda; mom appeals for…

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    Joseph's rugby team competing in the Ariel Re Bermuda International 7's Tournament over the past week. "He was last seen at Dog House on Front Street at 12am this morning". He expressed his "heartfelt condolences to his family and friends" after an intensive search for local authorities, volunteers, and relatives of the student.
  • Houston Cougars fall to MI in heartbreaking loss

    Houston Cougars fall to MI in heartbreaking loss

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    Norvell made a 3-pointer to trim Ohio State's biggest lead of five down to two with 6:56 left. The down-to-the-wire outcome was hardly surprising given the way the rest of the game went. It was the last game of the night and game that given the aforementioned sludging pace, you would have been forgiven for turning off. The Wolverines had life and set up the final play (whatever it's called), which is the same one they used to defeat the University of Maryland earlier in the season.
  • St Patrick's Day celebrations underway in Auckland

    St Patrick's Day celebrations underway in Auckland

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    By the end of the 7th century, many legends had developed about Saint Patrick . The day is named for an actual man: St. Patrick, who was canonized as "the Enlightener of Ireland ". There is much more to this day than making sure you are cloaked in all green in an attempt to escape the unavoidable: being pinched. A previous missionary, Palladius, had not been successful in his mission to convert the Irish, and Patrick replaced him.
  • Unstoppable Messi will fire Barcelona to Champions League glory, says Shevchenko

    Unstoppable Messi will fire Barcelona to Champions League glory, says Shevchenko

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    But in an interview with Standard Sport , the Chelsea star went on to say "I'm committed to Chelsea ". He returned to the Bridge ahead of the 2014/15 season, and immediately won the Premier League with the Blues. His current deal with Chelsea expires in 2020 but the winger has not yet opened talks about extending his deal, even though the club are prepared to make him the highest paid player by offering him £300,000-a-week.
  • No. 4 seed Auburn survives scare from No. 13 Charleston

    No. 4 seed Auburn survives scare from No. 13 Charleston

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    Shelton Mitchell of Waxhaw starred for Clemson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night, leading the Tigers in scoring with a season-high 23 points during their 79-68 win over New Mexico State in San Diego. It appeared Riller was fouled but no call was made. In an East Region game earlier Friday at Viejas, No. 13 seed Marshall upset No. 4 seed Wichita State 81-75.
  • Colts, Jets swap first round picks in 2018 National Football League draft

    Colts, Jets swap first round picks in 2018 National Football League draft

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    The Jets will send the 6th, 37th and 49th overall picks this year and their second-rounder in 2019 to the Colts. If the Jets stay put at No. 6, they'd be taking a huge gamble. By doing this, the Jets rule out any potential trade up ahead of them, making them a near lock to grab a quarterback at No. 3. - New York Jets ( @nyjets ) March 17, 2018Pleasure doing business with you, @nyjets! Project quarterbacks Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty are likely on their way out in the next ...
  • Little Caesars is set to give free pizza next month

    Little Caesars is set to give free pizza next month

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    Little Caesars is offering a free lunch combo on April 2, after an upset in the NCAA men's tournament. Specifically, it's a lunch combo that has four deep dish slices of pepperoni pizza and a 20 oz. To qualify, you must place your order no later than 1 p.m. Those in line at 1 p.m. who have yet to order will have to pay for their pizza. Offer expires and will not be redeemable after 1:00 p.m.
  • Vikings sign Sheldon Richardson to a one-year deal

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    For those who thought Kirk Cousins would be the Minnesota Vikings' one significant free-agent splash, think again. Richardson can play DT or DE in Seattle's 4-3 base defense and even ran from a 3-4 OLB position for much of a year ago with the Jets.
  • Ravens sign WR Michael Crabtree to a 3-year deal

    Ravens sign WR Michael Crabtree to a 3-year deal

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    The Raiders also signed former Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin to a one-year contract. Nelson visited the team facility and Oakland hoped to get him to agree to a contract before leaving. In all seriousness, the Ravens have to be feeling good about this signing. That year, he had 85 catches for 922 yards and nine touchdowns, and he followed that up with 89 catches, 1,003 yards and eight scores in 2016.
  • Federer eases into quarter-finals at Indian Wells Masters

    Federer eases into quarter-finals at Indian Wells Masters

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    Mar 14, 2018; Indian Wells, CA, USA; Roger Federer (SUI) during his fourth round match against Jeremy Chardy (not pictured) in the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Fritz had a chance to serve out the second set at 5-4 and couldn't do it, but he saved a match point down 6-5 in the tiebreaker before trying it up and letting out a yell.
  • Jets To Sign Bridgewater

    Jets To Sign Bridgewater

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    During his only full season as a starter, Bridgewater threw 14 touchdown passes and nine interceptions while leading the Vikings to the NFC North title in 2015. He won the starting job last season and went on to tie a career-mark with 13 starts. Before his knee injury, Bridgewater had accumulated over 6,000 passing yards and had a 28:21 touchdown-to-interception ratio.
  • Bangladesh v India, Match 5

    Bangladesh v India, Match 5

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    They had lost to India in the second match of the tri-series and there is no doubt they will look to upset Rohit Sharma's men on Wednesday. After making a positive start with a six and four off Suranga Lakmal in the opening over, Rohit mistimed a shot straight to Kusal Mendis off Akila Dananjaya (2/19) in the next over.
  • Tom Benson, owner of Saints, Pelicans and Loyola A'48, dead at 90

    Tom Benson, owner of Saints, Pelicans and Loyola A'48, dead at 90

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    After weeks of hospitalization with a case of the flu New Orleans Pelicans owner Tom Benson's battle has finally ended. In response, the Saints stated that ownership of that team and the Pelicans was "not in flux but rather in solid standing", adding, "Gayle Benson is the owner".
  • Harry Kane to return in April after damaging ankle ligaments

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    Prior to that, Alderweireld played in the 2-0 win over Newport - also in the FA Cup - having not played since the thrilling 3-1 win over Real Madrid on November 1. "Tottenham in the last few years have shown unbelievable quality and played good football", Pochettino said ahead of Saturday lunchtime's visit to the Liberty Stadium.
  • Cardinals, Tyrann Mathieu Making Progress Towards New Deal

    Cardinals, Tyrann Mathieu Making Progress Towards New Deal

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    He'll be looking for a new team entering year six in the league at 26 years old. Still only 25, he is now the top safety on the market. "There's many ways you could restructure a contract instead of just taking money out of my pocket", Mathieu told NFL.com at the time.