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Free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant, in Cleveland for a visit with the Browns, stopped by the team's radio station Thursday and sounded optimistic about possibly working out a deal. Bryant said on Cleveland Browns Daily that he likes the city, thinks he would look good back in the orange he wore at Oklahoma State and said "we are just trying to work some things out." He retweeted a photo of him signing autographs in Cleveland's airport. Several Browns have been lobbying Bryant, including quarterbacks Tyrod Taylor and Baker Mayfield and receiver Jarvis Landry. Bryant, 29, was released by the Cowboys after eight seasons in April. The three-time Pro Bowl was the franchise leader in touchdown receptions He turned down a three-year contract offer from Baltimore, preferring a one-year deal where he can re-establish himself and get a bigger payday next season.
The University of Maryland board of regents has called a special meeting Friday to receive updates about the school's actions in the wake of the June 13 death of football player Jordan McNair. The meeting will take place in closed session via conference call. The regents elected to close the meeting, citing the following statute: "The appointment, employment, assignment, promotion, discipline, demotion, compensation, removal, resignation, or performance evaluation of appointees, employees, or officials over whom it has jurisdiction," as well as to consult with university counsel and staff about potential litigation. A statement from the board is expected following Friday's meeting. Wallace Loh, president of the University of Maryland-College Park, on Tuesday said the school accepts "legal and moral responsibility for the mistakes" made on May 29, when McNair fell ill during a team workout and was later taken to a Washington hospital. McNair died...
NEW YORK -- As his injured wrist continues healing slower than doctors originally thought, Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge said Thursday that he hates still being away from the field and out of the lineup. "I'm not frustrated with the pace [of the healing]. I'm frustrated with being out," Judge said. The outfielder has been out of action for exactly three weeks. He suffered a chip fracture in his right wrist when a 94 mph fastball hit him July 26. Hours after Judge suffered the injury, the Yankees announced an approximate three-week recovery period. On Wednesday, general manager Brian Cashman told WFAN 101.9 FM's Mike Francesa that timeline may have been a bit too optimistic. "We thought maybe three weeks would cover it, but it's going to be longer than that," Cashman said. "So we missed on the time frame." Cashman also said Judge received a cortisone shot Monday. "It's something they said that I might have to do at some point,"...
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If the Broncos decide to sign a veteran backup to quarterback Case Keenum, it won't be Colin Kaepernick. "He's had his chance to be here. He passed it," John Elway said Thursday.
Three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Dez Bryant is visiting with the Browns in Cleveland, and he said the two sides are "just trying to work some things out."
The parents of Jordan McNair, the Maryland player who died after suffering heatstroke, said Terps football coach DJ Durkin "needs to go" after failing to protect their son.
Tempers boiled over on the field Wednesday night after an opposing pitcher fired a baseball into the left elbow of Rookie of the Year frontrunner Ronald Acuna Jr. -- and emotions continued to flare off the field Thursday as many fans slammed a New York broadcaster who defended the plunking.
Aretha Franklin, the “Queen of Soul,” died Thursday of advanced pancreatic cancer at the age of 76 -- and the sports world took a turn paying tribute to the legendary singer.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams has run into a few roadblocks since returning to the court following her pregnancy and related health troubles, including a huge upset loss to Johanna Konta in California.
Johnny Manziel’s comeback attempt was put on hold Wednesday when his Canadian Football League team placed him in the concussion protocol after the ex-college star missed a second straight practice due to concussion-associated symptoms.
Former University of Louisville men’s basketball head coach Rick Pitino -- fired over a scandal involving strippers hired to entertain the team's players -- claims he had nothing to do with choosing "Party Dancer" as the name for a racehorse he co-owns.
John Elway said the Broncos won't be giving Colin Kaepernick a shot after a 2016 trade attempt didn't pan out.
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The founder of pro-police group Blue Lives Matter highlighted player protests as a reason he did not want to partner with the Jets.
Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston, the top two picks in the 2015 NFL draft, will face off in a preseason game. But one is clearly ahead of the other.
Snedeker started on the back nine and shot a 3-under 32 before getting on a roll and finishing 8-under 27 on the front nine.