3P ET: Josh Hamilton: Injury Like 'Car Wreck'; Shanahan Believes McNabb Will Be Ready; Usain Bolt Says He'll Try Soccer

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Rangers' Hamilton Talks Of Extended Absence

Josh Hamilton's bruised ribs could keep the major league batting leader out of the Texas Rangers' lineup longer than anticipated. Hamilton said Sunday that the injury, which forced him out of the Rangers' 12-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Saturday night, had him feeling "like I have been in a car wreck," according to MLB.com.

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Shanahan Confident McNabb Will Start vs. Dallas‎

The Washington Post reports Mike Shanahan is confident that Donovan McNabb will start against the Cowboys week 1. On his weekly coach's show Shanahan said, "Yeah, I feel very good about him being ready to go. In fact, I think he'll be able to practice in the next couple of days. And I feel very good about the direction he's headed." Shanahan said that McNabb is still trying to pick up some of the terminology of the of the team's offense.

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Bolt Says He'll Try Soccer After Track Career Ends

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt says he'll attempt to play professional soccer once he brings his track and field career to an end. The world and Olympic 100- and 200-meter champion believes he has four years left in track and field. Bolt then intends to try his luck in soccer. He says he would be a "defensive or attacking midfielder."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.