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Colts keep coveted Chudzinski with new deal
Rob Chudzinski is officially off the market for coordinator positions around the NFL.

Warriors unveil special Chinese New Year unis
The Golden State Warriors announced on Monday that the team would wear a special Chinese New Year uniform.

Vickers eager to race following heart surgery
Brian Vickers is eager to get back on the racetrack and prove to everyone he still has what it takes to win Sprint Cup races following emergency open heart surgery last month.

Report: NFL eyes Pats locker room attendant
The NFL has zeroed in on a New England Patriots locker room attendant who allegedly took the AFC Championship Game balls from the officials' locker room to another area on the way to field, Fox Sports reported, citing sources.

Kobe will have surgery on torn rotator cuff
Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, and the Lakers said a timetable for his recovery won't be known until after the procedure.

Report: Curry highlights 3-point contestants
The Golden State Warriors' backcourt duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson highlight a group of five players who plan to participate in next month's All-Star 3-point contest, Yahoo! Sports has reported.

Berdych ousts No. 3 Nadal in Aussie quarters
Tomas Berdych showed Rafael Nadal the door Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, beating him in straight sets for the Czech's first win over the Spaniard in 18 matches dating to 2007.

Durant out vs. Wolves with sprained big toe
Kevin Durant is out Monday against the Minnesota Timberwolves because of a sprained left big toe.

Pro Bowlers: Arizona missing vibes of Hawaii
Most of the NFL players who'd been to a Pro Bowl in Hawaii missed much about it last week as the game was played in Arizona for the first time.

Sources: Yanks plan to block A-Rod bonuses
The New York Yankees are devising legal arguments so Alex Rodriguez won't be able to collect any of the bonuses he is owed per the $30 million "milestone home run" marketing agreement he signed in 2007, sources confirmed to ESPN.com.

CFP officials won't budge on semis, title dates
Officials from the College Football Playoff are standing firm behind their original dates for future semifinals and national championship games in spite of a report that officials from ESPN and the NFL would like to see the dates changed.

Safety Woodson agrees to return to Raiders
Charles Woodson has agreed to a contract to return to the Oakland Raiders in 2015, the team announced Monday.

Both Vegas odds and fans betting on Patriots
The Super Bowl point spread is holding steady at New England minus-1, even as money continues to pile up on the Patriots in Las Vegas.

Unbeatens Kentucky, Virginia still atop AP poll
Kentucky stays in its season-long perch atop the AP Top 25 and has taken back one of its lost first-place votes from No. 2 Virginia.

UCF builds beach club inside football stadium
Can't decide between the beach and a football game? Now fans of UCF don't have to choose.

Sources: Smith, Morris to coach Falcons' D
Former Redskins secondary coach Raheem Morris has agreed to a position with the Atlanta Falcons as assistant head coach in charge of defensive backs, a source confirmed Monday morning.

U.S. could leave Solo off World Cup roster
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati said on Monday it's possible that goalkeeper Hope Solo will not be on the team for this summer's 2015 Women's World Cup.

Kobe recalls desire to play with MJ, Wizards
Kobe Bryant has long idolized Michael Jordan, the player to whom he has been compared throughout his career. Years ago, he had plans to play alongside his mentor.

Brady: Feelings hurt, but moving on to XLIX
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady acknowledged strong personal feelings about the NFL's investigation into the team's footballs, but said he's putting those to the side leading up to Super Bowl XLIX.

Giants' Beckham Jr.: 'Was never fully healthy'
New York Giants rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. revealed following Sunday's Pro Bowl that he is still affected by a hamstring injury.

UNC, Wake Forest agree to non-ACC series
The North Carolina Tar Heels and Wake Forest Demon Deacons have achieved a scheduling first: The ACC schools announced Monday they have agreed to a home-and-home nonconference series in 2019 and 2021.

Snow doubt: Knicks, Nets games called off
With one of the largest snowstorms in recent history bearing down on the New York City area, the NBA has postponed the New York Knicks' and Brooklyn Nets' home games scheduled for Monday night.

Hernandez jury seated; storm to delay start
A full jury was seated Monday for the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, and the judge pushed back opening statements until at least Thursday because of a blizzard bearing down on the region.

Sources: Mavs confident they'll sign O'Neal
The Dallas Mavericks are confident they are inching closer to the eventual signing of veteran center Jermaine O'Neal, according to team sources.

Sherman: Goodell won't punish Kraft's Pats
Richard Sherman doesn't think the NFL will discipline the Patriots if they're found to have adjusted the air pressure in 11 footballs prior to the AFC Championship Game, because of the relationship between Roger Goodell and Pats owner Robert Kraft.

Sources: Gordon fails another test, faces ban
Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has failed another drug test and now will be subject to a one-year suspension, according to league sources.

Carroll, Lynch to discuss NFL gesture warning
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he plans to talk to running back Marshawn Lynch about NFL officials saying the team will be penalized 15 yards in the Super Bowl if Lynch does his obscene gesture after a touchdown.

Coach on Rondo benching: 'An aberration'
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said he plans to play Rajon Rondo in crunch time on a regular basis despite benching the four-time All-Star point guard for the final 5:12 of Friday night's 102-98 loss to the Chicago Bulls.

Pistons lose Jennings (Achilles) for the year
The Detroit Pistons will be without guard Brandon Jennings for the rest of the season due to a ruptured left Achilles tendon, the team announced Sunday.

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