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Vince Wilfork doesn't care what you think

Two-time Super Bowl champ Vince Wilfork is the guy who does the dirty work. And he knows that his lack of a six-pack sometimes "overshadows everything else on my body -- from my calves to my back to my shoulders to my biceps; you name it."

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Ronaldo scores opening penalty (0:24)
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Coach Gilmore on CWS win: 'It's indescribable' (0:34)
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Ramer's two errors on same play give Coastal Carolina the lead (0:54)
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What made Durant so likely to return to Thunder? (0:52)
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Hamlin: 'I made a mistake, I didn't let Tony win'

Denny Hamlin stated that his inexperience closing road-course races cost him the victory last Sunday at Sonoma and that he didn't purposefully let Tony Stewart get his first win since 2013.

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Troicki has epic freakout, calls ump worst ever (0:49)
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Little kid overjoyed to find Kris Bryant baseball card (0:43)
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Kevin Durant as a Golden State Warrior? (1:09)
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Shelburne: Durant needs to give Lakers meeting out of respect (1:39)
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Joakim Noah is the ultimate troll (1:46)
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His & Hers debates where Durant should sign (1:30)
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Cubs, Dodgers top MLB Future Power Ranks

Dan Szymborski presents the new and improved Future Ranks, looking at how each team sets up for the next five years, plus an MVP over the span and the year it has the best chance to win a title.

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Photos: A World Cup for the rest of the world

Every four years, 32 of the best men's national soccer teams play in the FIFA World Cup. But what about the hundreds of internationally unrecognized nations that want to play on the world stage too?

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50 datos sobre Mike Tyson en sus 50 años

El mocetón de Catskill, Nueva York, ha tenido una vida sin medias tintas, siempre en lo más alto o lo más bajo. Aquí te recordamos sus momentos más importantes.

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Tyler Johnson will get minimum of $10M per season
NBA 

And Dan Le Batard can not believe what Adrian Wojnarowski is telling him.

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Euro 2016: Poland's crushing loss
Soccer 

Robert Lewandowski is gutted to have bowed out to Portugal 5-3 in the quarterfinal game: "It's sad that we lost on penalties."

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Jimmy Butler talks about D-Rose departure
NBA 

Butler sits down with Cari Champion to break down what went wrong for the Bulls last season and his unique on-court relationship with Derrick Rose.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

At the Clippers' training facility where the team is preparing to sell Kevin Durant on coming to Los Angeles in six hours.

Highlights: Ronaldo, Portugal advance
Soccer 

Ricardo Quaresma scored the winning goal in penalty kicks as Portugal moves on to the Euro 2016 semifinals.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

According to the Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw was diagnosed with a mild disc herniation and surgery will not be required. No timetable for a return has been given. He will officially go on the disabled list Friday.

Chanticleers are CWS champions
College Baseball 

Coastal Carolina coach Gary Gilmore reflects on his 21 years as head coach and shares his feelings on the program's first CWS championship win: "It's indescribable."

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Quaresma's goal sends Portugal to semis
Soccer 

Ricardo Quaresma scored the game-winning goal in the penalty-kick round as Portugal beat Poland to advance to the semifinals.

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Ronaldo hits back of net on penalty kick
Soccer 

Cristiano Ronaldo put Portugal ahead of Poland in the first round of penalty kicks.

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Portugal-Poland going to penalties on ESPN2
European Championship 

Cristiano Ronaldo is hoping he doesn't have a flashback to Euros 2012 when Portugal lost to Spain on penalties. Ronaldo was slotted to go fifth, but Spain won before he had a chance to take a shot. Streaming live on WatchESPN

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Gabriele Marcotti ESPN.com 

Another pitch invader during a Portugal game. This time security doesn't mess around. Tackled, shackled and carried off.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta discusses the possibility of starting the all star game after hearing the news of Clayton Kershaw's injury.

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Five things at stake in Mets-Cubs series
MLB 

After getting swept in Washington, Terry Collins and the Mets face a big test as their homestand begins with Chicago coming to town. Cubs seeking revenge

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