• Colin Kaepernick will play Thursday's exhibition at San Diego

    But Kelly said that Kaepernick's lack of snaps made that an inaccurate conclusion to draw, since Gabbert has gotten more work than Kaepernick throughout the offseason because of Kaepernick's surgeries. When it comes to Kaepernick's roster plight, Kelly deferred to general manager Trent Baalke's authority in making the final personnel decisions, albeit with Kelly's input.

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  • Both hockey teams finish sixth

    We are hugely proud of where we have got. Richardson-Walsh will line up alongside her partner Helen - they were married in 2013 - and she said: "It will be really special to be in a final with her". "Helen, with two back surgeries, to come back having thought she'd never play again, to be here in an Olympic final - I think it's just the most wonderful story and I'm just so proud of her".

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  • Argentina lose injured Aguero and Pastore for World Cup qualifiers

    Guardiola was full of praise ahead of Sunday's 3-1 victory over West Ham, telling a news conference "it is hard to find a centre back better than him". In an interview with "fourfourtwo" website Aguero said: "Me and Ibrahimovic have made a good start this season and we've scored the same number of goals".

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  • Guardiola: I haven't watched United yet

    Guardiola: I haven't watched United yet

    Guardiola was full of praise ahead of Sunday's 3-1 victory over West Ham, telling a news conference "it is hard to find a centre back better than him". Hammers midfielder Mark Noble said Reid did seem hurt afterwards. "I am looking forward to living that experience". "We have good players who like to have the ball, and we also have fast players so we can play on the counter".

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  • Serena is 'pain-free' for US Open, says coach

    He entered the day 0-4 against the two-time U.S. Open champion, having dropped 10 of the 11 sets they'd played. And, despite being accustomed to high-pressure situations, stress may have been the downfall of two of the top-seeded tennis players during the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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  • Arsene Wenger Admits Failings in Summer Transfer Window

    Arsene Wenger Admits Failings in Summer Transfer Window

    The Gunners are dipping into the transfer market for reinforcements with centre-back Mustafi due to arrive from Valencia for €41m, while hitman Perez is to arrive from Deportivo La Coruna for €20m. "Here and there I met some people in the VIP rooms before the games, but it's not the best place to deal", he said . " We have not got any plans for anyone else now ".

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  • Bolt completes 'triple triple' in last Olympic race

    In each of the past three Olympics, Usain Bolt has swept the 100-m, 200-m and 4x100-m relays. If the ruling stands, it will mark the ninth time since 1995 the USA men have been disqualified or failed to get the baton around at the Olympics or world championships.

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  • Alphonse Taylor found not gulity

    Alphonse Taylor found not gulity

    However, he performed poorly on field sobriety tests. The long-expected ruling came down Tuesday morning, when Tuscaloosa Municipal Court judge Ricky McKinney declared Taylor "not guilty" in a ruling that came roughly 24 hours before Taylor's scheduled August 31 court date.

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  • Wenger: Arsenal working "hard" on transfers

    I spend £300m if I find the player and if I have the £300m. Regardless of who it is, Wenger has made it clear that Arsenal will be completing the signing of a new defender prior to the end of August even if he may not fit into the club's recruitment policy.

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  • Kaepernick Shouldn't Protest Since He Has White Parents

    Kilmeade's comments seem to gloss over the fact that Kaepernick has explained that he isn't protesting any unfair treatment of himself, but issues he sees with how people of color in general are treated. "I'm a big Blaine Gabbert fan now". They call for an apology, and offer a chance for Kaepernick or any player or employee to come to the SFPD Academy and partake in some of their training simulations.

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  • Nate Diaz: I Was Injured & He Ran From Me The Whole Fight

    Nate Diaz: I Was Injured & He Ran From Me The Whole Fight

    Only this time, instead of trying to end the fight in the middle rounds, he didn't leave himself vulnerable to the bigger Diaz, going the five-round distance. I took it to him and stayed in it and got the win so, I'm very happy. I didn't get to train, I had injuries . "I'm ready to rock". After falling to him in March when Diaz only had 10 days to prepare for the fight, McGregor was obsessed with avenging the defeat so he immediately asked for another chance.

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  • Pakistan bat v England in Lord's ODI

    Pakistan bat v England in Lord's ODI

    The fifth-wicket pair handled Rashid and Moeen Ali well, Shoaib lifting the latter for the first six of the day in the 21st over. Electing to bat on a green surface - a decision that pleased Eoin Morgan, the England captain, who admitted he would have chosen to bowl first anyway - Pakistan's first three batsman could only manage one run between them.

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  • UEFA agrees four UCL spots for top leagues

    No team have defended the Champions League since its inception in 1992 but Real Madrid's Welsh forward Gareth Bale hopes his side can become the first to do so, with the final being staged in his home city of Cardiff. Meanwhile, Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo had won the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award after a phenomenal 2015-2016 season which saw him won his third Champions League title.

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  • Medio italiano asegura que Matías Fernández fue desvinculado de la Fiorentina

    Medio italiano asegura que Matías Fernández fue desvinculado de la Fiorentina

    El foco de Matías Fernández, por estos días, es la selección nacional, ya que fue convocado por Juan Antonio Pizzi para la doble fecha eliminatoria, ante Paraguay y Bolivia . Por más que en España y en el mundo dan por hecha su salida de la Fiorentina , los representantes del chileno Matías Fernández descartaron de plano que aquello sea una realidad.

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  • Thunder acquire Lauvergne from Nuggets

    Lauvergne appeared in 83 games for the Nuggets including 16 starts, averaging 6.7 points, 4.4 rebounds and 15.8 minutes per game. The 24-year-old is fresh off a summer representing France in the Olympics, where he was the team's third-leading scorer at 9.8 points per game.

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  • Usain Bolt, de Río-2016 a la eternidad

    Usain Bolt, de Río-2016 a la eternidad

    Inmortal, eterno, leyenda, los calificativos se agotaron para describir las hazañas de Usain Bolt . "Ya no necesito probar nada más. ¿Qué más puedo probar? Espero que tras estos Juegos esté en ese grupo", afirmó. Eso le sirvió para tener seis oros olímpicos en su carrera y convertirse en la atleta femenina con más títulos de todos los tiempos. Con 24 años nadando, estoy feliz por cómo han terminado las cosas.

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  • Un competidor menos para Bravo: Hart fue cedido al Torino

    Un competidor menos para Bravo: Hart fue cedido al Torino

    Joe Hart ya ha encontrado destino. "El arquero dijo que quería venir a Italia y Manchester City dio luz verde a la operación", informó Tuttsport en La Bota esta mañana. Cabe recordar que hasta ahora el futuro de Hart era una incógnita, luego de que el técnico Josep Guardiola optara por fichar a Claudio Bravo .

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  • Top seeds Novak Djokovic, Serena Williams face tricky first round

    This was the world No1's first match at a major tournament since losing to Sam Querrey in the third round of Wimbledon , which ended the Serb's bid for a calendar-year grand slam after titles at the Australian Open and French Open. Open is around the corner and I don't have much time", Djokovic said. Serena to her credit has six US Open crowns, which is matched by only Chris Evert in the Open Era.

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  • Tokio recibe bandera olímpica con miras a 2020

    Cantó Martinho da Vila e interpretó el himno nacional brasileño un coro de niños. Una de las más aplaudidas fue la gimnasta estadounidense Simone Biles, que encabezó a los abanderados de las 207 delegaciones en la ceremonia de clausura .

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  • Gobierno colombiano decreta el cese bilateral al fuego

    Gobierno colombiano decreta el cese bilateral al fuego

    El Congreso colombiano deberá luego poner en vigor las leyes para implementar lo pactado y organizará un plebiscito para su ratificación por la ciudadanía el 2 de octubre. De la Calle también defendió la necesidad de que se pague un estipendio a los guerrilleros que se incorporen a la vida civil. Estos son: Reforma Rural Integral, Participación política, Cese al fuego y de Hostilidades Bilateral y Definitivo y la Dejación de las Armas, Solución al Problema de las Drogas Ilícitas, Víctimas y ...

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  • Son Heung-min unsure about future amid £24m move

    Son Heung-min unsure about future amid £24m move

    The South Korea worldwide, who joined Tottenham last summer in an £18m deal from Bayer Leverkusen, has not played for Spurs yet this season due to his participation in his country's team at the Olympics in Rio. The London club's signing of striker Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar this summer to compete with and cover for Harry Kane raised further doubts about Son's future at White Hart Lane.

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  • England's Wayne Rooney Confirms International Retirement After World Cup 2018

    England's Wayne Rooney Confirms International Retirement After World Cup 2018

    The 30-year-old Rooney led Roy Hodgson's England side during Euro 2016 , which ended with a disappointing last-16 exit to worldwide minnows Iceland. Manchester United's English striker Marcus Rashford celebrates after scoring their late winning goal during the English Premier League football match between Hull City and Manchester United at the KCOM Stadium in Kingston upon Hull, north east England on August 27, 2016.

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  • Anthem-Protesting QB Should Find Country 'That Works Better For Him' (AUDIO)

    I can not salute the flag; I know that I am a black man in a white world. The 49ers statement last night, which came out about 30 minutes after Kaepernick's presser, was very reasoned and fair. His actions showed he loves his country and wants it to be better. We ask athletes to use their celebrity to speak out against oppression or social injustice.

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  • Bravo's final-ball heroics seal thrilling Windies triumph

    The second and final match of the series at Lauderhill proved to be a damp squib, with World Twenty20 champions the Windies making 143 all out and India 15 without loss after two overs when the rain came. It was the fifth fastest T20 global century. Charles' 33-ball knock was laced with six boundaries and seven massive sixes and his partnership with Lewis produced 126 runs.

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  • Designan a árbitro novato para el América vs Chivas

    Designan a árbitro novato para el América vs Chivas

    El fichaje de Pulido con las Chivas de Guadalajara supone el final de la controversia que se originó con su salida unilateral del equipo Tigres de México en 2014 para irse a jugar a Grecia al argumentar que su contrato había terminado y era un jugador libre.

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  • Ranieri adamant Leicester ready for Arsenal test

    Leicester City have been boosted with the news that the PFA Players' Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez is not going to be leaving the club after committing his future to the club by signing a new four-year contract. He was a revelation last season and had been linked with moves to a number of clubs over the summer, most noptably Arsenal and Barcelona - though neither is reported to have made a bid for the player.

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