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EAGAN, Minn. -- The late Dennis Green will be inducted into the Vikings' Ring of Honor at halftime of Minnesota's game against the Bills on Sept. 23 at U.S. Bank Stadium. Green coached the Vikings from 1992 through 2001. He coached 171 games in 10 seasons with a 101-70 record, including playoffs, and finished with the second-most wins in franchise history behind Bud Grant (178). Green led Minnesota to four NFC Central Division titles and two appearances in the NFC Championship Game. His 1998 team featured one of the best offenses in league history; that group scored 556 points for an average of 34.8 points per game, an NFL record that has since been broken. Green was named NFL Coach of the Year in 1992 by the Washington Touchdown Club and in 1998 by Sports Illustrated and the Maxwell Club. His ties to the community were cemented during his time in Minnesota. Green initiated "Community Tuesdays," which had players active in the Twin Cities on their day...
Column: Koepka a major force and now needs more victories of different varieties
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Russian police say one British man has been detained and another given medical treatment after an incident on a train heading to Volgograd, where England plays Tunisia in its World Cup opener
The start of the World Cup has produced a spate of goals from set pieces
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Follow along with scores, schedule and standings throughout the World Cup group stage and knockout round
The 21st installment of the FIFA World Cup will be held in Russia from June 14 to July 15
Only six AL teams are above .500 with four dominating the league
The Texas senator drafted the Blue Devils' star before playing Kimmel in a game of one-on-one
The Celtics have three highly paid All-Stars, cheap young talent and valuable draft picks. So what should they trade for Kawhi?
FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Mexico after alleged anti-gay chants by fans during their World Cup win over Germany on Sunday.
Former United States forward Landon Donovan attempted to clarify his involvement in a marketing campaign designed to encourage Americans to support Mexico at the World Cup by referencing his upbringing.
The late Dennis Green will be inducted into the Vikings' Ring of Honor at halftime of Minnesota's game against the Bills on Sept. 23 at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Tom Brady says he can see retirement on the horizon, but he's still motivated to play in the NFL.
A widely mocked bronze bust of soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo was replaced with a new sculpture at Madeira Airport in Portugal on Friday.
League-wide attendance of 27,328 per game is down 6.6% from this time last year
An American soccer star is attracting criticism – from fans and former teammates alike -- for appearing in a Wells Fargo ad that encourages U.S. fans to root for Mexico in the World Cup.
Brooks Koepka became the first man in 29 years to win back-to-back U.S. Open titles Sunday as he shot a 2-under 68 to hold off hard-charging Englishman Tommy Fleetwood by one stroke at Shinnecock Hills.
Mexico has stunned defending champions Germany in their opening game at the 2018 World Cup.
Brady tells Oprah Winfrey he thinks about walking away from football more than he used to as his kids become older.
Tony Finau’s double bogey on the final hole of the U.S. Open cost the golfer $214,372 and a tie with Dustin Johnson for third place.
After Brooks Koepka’s victory last year, Fox Sports' lead commenator Joe Buck misidentified Koepka’s girlfriend. This year he got it right.
When Egypt goalkeeper Mohamed El-Shenawy was awarded the Man of the Match award for his heroics against Uruguay, he declined the accept the trophy.
Brooks Koepka's conviction never wavered during the brutal test that is the U.S. Open. His confidence was rewarded with a second consecutive title.