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Kraft: 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league'

Patriots owner Robert Kraft blasted the NFL for upholding Tom Brady's four-game suspension and apologized to the team's fans for accepting the league's penalties.

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Source: Dodgers get Latos, Morse from Marlins

The Marlins have agreed to trade pitcher Mat Latos and first baseman Michael Morse to the Dodgers for three minor league pitchers, a source confirmed to ESPNLosAngeles.com's Mark Saxon.

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'Miracle' goalie selling memorabilia for $5.7M

Jim Craig, the goaltender from the "Miracle on Ice" team, is hoping to sell nearly all his memorabilia from the 1980 Olympics in one 19-item lot for an asking price of $5.7 million.

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McGregor: Rousey would take me down in second

Interim UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor says Ronda Rousey isn't someone he'd want to fight. "She would throw me on my head in literally one second flat," he said.

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The NFL's top offenses: Why NE is still No. 1

Even with Tom Brady suspended for four games, Mike Sando remains high on the Patriots offense. But which other units fill out his top five? Here's a hint: A certain top-tier QB wasn't included.

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I salute Manning's chocolate statue (1:25)
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History of the NBA in Africa (3:23)
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Betts' catch attempt turns into HR (0:33)
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High schoolers perform haka at teacher's funeral (2:43)
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Tom Brady: 'I did nothing wrong'
NFL 

"I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either. ... To suggest that I destroyed a phone to avoid giving the NFL information it requested is completely wrong." Full statement

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NFL 

Chael Sonnen: Rousey's a competitor
UFC 

"She has everybody scared of her armbar. It's a beautiful armbar. But Ronda has so much more in her toolbox."

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UFC 

Raiders troll Harry Styles
NFL 

Yes, that Harry Styles, of One Direction. After Styles told a Chiefs-loving crowd at Arrowhead Stadium that no one supported the Raiders, Oakland was quick to tweet a response. The reply

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NFL 

Cubs catch Reyes stealing

Newly acquired Jose Reyes debuted for Colorado with a first-inning single. However, when he tried to take advantage of Jon Lester's highly publicized issue with holding runners on by stealing second base, catcher David Ross easily threw him out. Follow live

Coaching carousel in Cutler's tenure
NFL 

Bears QB Jay Cutler begins training camp with his third different head coach and fifth different OC since 2009. Cutler said coach John Fox "wants players who want to win Super Bowls, not players interested in making Pro Bowls."

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NFL 

Corey Kluber finally getting support

The Indians have scored 8 runs (and counting) for Kluber and it's well overdue: Entering today's game against the Royals, the Indians had scored an average of 2.61 runs per game in Kluber's starts this season, fewest among all qualified starters. Follow live

Latos dealing since DL stint

Mat Latos has been about a replacement-level pitcher this season, but he's been much better since a DL stint due to a knee issue, with a 2.69 ERA over his past seven starts after coming off the DL. His fastball velocity has been up 1 mph in the past two months as well. Good pickup for the Dodgers as the back-end starters haven't been going deep into games. (via David Schoenfield)

What to know: Utah's Kyle Whittingham
College Football 

  • 11th season at Utah (84-43)
  • 7-1 career record in bowl games
  • Signed an extension in January which goes through the 2018 season

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College Football 

Watch: Kyle Whittingham on SportsCenter
College Football 

The Utah coach joins SportsCenter to talk about the upcoming season. Live on ESPNews, WatchESPN

College Football 

Dodgers not done after Latos deal
MLB 

Jim Bowden on the reported deal that sends Mat Latos from the Marlins to L.A.: "The Dodgers got a really good 4th starter. They’re still going to try to go get Hamels or Gallardo ... but [Latos] is going to help them down the stretch."

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Bryant on the brink of a breakout season
NFL 

Martavis Bryant is a Steeler to love entering this season in your NFL fantasy league, according to Matthew Berry. But you might want to stay away from the Steelers' defense and special teams.

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NC State players get etiquette training
College Football 

Coach Dave Doeren brings in all kinds of experts to teach his players life skills -- including proper dinner etiquette. Pinkies up, everyone. Watch

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College Football 

The NFL's All-Bad-Contracts team
NFL 

There are certain flaws to certain contracts that make them exceptionally bad, like paying for the outlier, or getting a system guy who's not in the system. And in the NFL, as Bill Barnwell points out, there's no shortage of bad deals. Bad contracts roster

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NFL 

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Tigers leading the Rays 2-1 through 7. As mentioned: Some teams sense the outcome of this game could push DET one way or the other w/ Price.

Who will rise and fall in 2015-16?
NBA 

Following a summer of deals, the Thunder and Heat were tabbed by our experts as the teams to make the biggest jump next season. After losing out on DeAndre Jordan, the Mavericks weren't so lucky. 5-on-5: Dallas faces decline

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NBA 

'This is very sad and disappointing'
NFL 

Patriots owner Robert Kraft had harsh words for the NFL: "Given the facts ... it is completely incomprehensible to me that the league continues to take steps to disparage one of its all-time great players."

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Edwards: Goodell leveling playing field
NFL 

Herm Edwards on Roger Goodell: "The commissioner's No. 1 job is to protect the integrity of professional football. ... The rules were not played by fairly, in the commissioner's eyes, and there are consequences."

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NFL 

Shaq, Pippen need to squash the beef
NBA 

Shaquille O'Neal has won the war of words with Scottie Pippen, says Michael Rapaport. It's time to end the social media feud.

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NBA 

Ryan Kerrigan gets multiyear extension

The Redskins LB had a career-best 13.5 sacks last season and his five forced fumbles tied for the NFL lead. Said Kerrigan: "To get to a moment like this where you get a chance to play out the rest of your NFL career with the team that drafted you, the team that you love ... it's an awesome feeling."

Quite the tribute

At the funeral of their longtime teacher, these New Zealand high school boys honored him with the Haka dance, made famous by the country's rugby team.

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Would take a 'haul' to move Chapman
MLB 

As Tim Kurkjian told SportsCenter regarding Aroldis Chapman: "The Reds will trade him -- but only if they get exactly what they want in return."

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