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Reports: Rice to appeal suspension Monday

Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will appeal his indefinite NFL suspension on Monday, according to multiple reports.

Vikings to reinstate special teams coordinator Priefer

The Minnesota Vikings will reinstate special teams coordinator Mike Priefer from his suspension on Monday.

Chiefs' Charles, Berry will not return

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles and safety Eric Berry left Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos with ankle injuries and neither will return.

Extra Points: More shades of gray in Peterson case

We are all good guys right up until we're not.

Redskins' Griffin dislocates ankle, season in jeopardy

Landover, MD (Sports Network) - Robert Griffin III's quest for redemption is potentially over just two weeks into the season.

USA caps dominant run through FIBA World Cup

The United States captured back-to-back FIBA World Cup championships with a lopsided 129-92 rout of Serbia in Sunday's title game.

Gamecocks climb 10 spots in AP poll

South Carolina vaulted 10 places in the latest Associated Press poll after Saturday's win over Georgia.

Nicholls State's Stubbs resigns over health issues

Nicholls State football coach Charlie Stubbs has resigned over "major" health issues.

Dolphins RB Moreno suffers elbow injury

Miami Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno left Sunday's game against Buffalo in the first quarter with what the team said was an elbow injury.

Redskins' Jackson injures shoulder

Minutes after losing Robert Griffin III with a ankle injury, the Washington Redskins saw wide receiver DeSean Jackson leave Sunday's game against the Jaguars with a shoulder injury.

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