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Pacers' George back to shooting jump shots
Less than three months after suffering a compound fracture in his right leg, Indiana Pacers star Paul George was seen Monday shooting jumpers with teammates.
Irked Fisher halts interview over rep query
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher cut short a media interview Monday after he was asked whether his reputation was taking a hit because of star quarterback Jameis Winston's off-field issues.
Harvin, Jets 'all smiles' with new opportunity
Percy Harvin went from the defending Super Bowl champions to a 1-6 team, but his upbeat demeanor Monday suggested he's glad to be out of Seattle.
Texans' Clowney (knee) inactive vs. Steelers
Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is inactive for Monday night's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tiger hitting full shots, eyeing Dec. 4 return
Tiger Woods is hitting full shots on the range, more than two months after playing his last competitive round at the PGA Championship.
Trestman: Marshall didn't single out Cutler
Bears coach Marc Trestman disputed the notion that receiver Brandon Marshall called out Jay Cutler during a few tense moments in the locker room on the heels of the club's 27-14 loss Sunday to the Dolphins, but also said "I didn't hear all of it."
Unless RG III OK, Redskins' McCoy to start
Redskins coach Jay Gruden says that unless Robert Griffin III is 100 percent ready to return from injury, Colt McCoy will start at quarterback against the Dallas Cowboys next week.
Florida AD to continue to evaluate Muschamp
Florida Gators athletic director Jeremy Foley said Monday that he would continue to evaluate the status of football coach Will Muschamp "as it plays out" over the season.
Rivera opposes Kuechly ejection, any fine
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera says middle linebacker Luke Kuechly should not have been ejected from Sunday's game at Green Bay and most definitely should not be fined for making contact with the official.
Ishikawa walk-off HR sends Giants to Series
Travis Ishikawa hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning, sending the San Francisco Giants to the World Series with a 6-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
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