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Brady Files ANOTHER Deflategate Appeal

Lawyers for Brady requested a rehearing in front of the same three-judge panel that ruled in the NFL’s favor along with a request to appear for 13 active judges in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. What’s next in Tom Brady’s appeal over

Phil Mickelson Pro Golfer & Inside Trader?

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday alleged golfer Phil Mickelson made $931,000 after purchasing stock on an insider trading tip from sports gambler Billy Walters. Mickelson not criminally charged by SEC for tip Via espn.go.com Phil

Russian Dope Fiends in Olympic Trouble

The president of the International Olympic Committee, said on Wednesday that Russian sports could be kept out of the Olympics if allegations about state-sponsored doping among athletes are true. I.O.C. President Says Russian Federations Could Be Barred Via www.nytimes.com Thomas

How Bad Are the Braves? Really Bad!

The Braves are 9-29, a .237 winning percentage that projected over a whole season would put them at 38-124. That would be the worst record of the 162-game era. How Bad Are the Braves? So Far, 1962 Mets

Report: Odor Eight Games for MLB Punch

Texas Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor received an eight-game suspension for punching Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista on Sunday, according to multiple reports. Reports: Rangers’ Odor banned 8 games for punch Via espn.go.com Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor was suspended eight games for

Thunder Beat Warriors

Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and Oklahoma City rallied from 14 points down for a 108-102 victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals Monday night. Durant, Westbrook Power Thunder Past Warriors 108-102 Via abcnews.go.com Outside his locker room,

More Dirt Russian Doping Scandal

Accusations of state-sponsored doping among Russian athletes have spurred serious debate about whether the country should be allowed to compete in the coming Summer Olympics Russian Sports Doping: Explained Via www.nytimes.com Answers to questions about Russia’s doping