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Some Chargers suggested Richard Sherman was "exposed" in the Seahawks' 30-21 loss. Was he? Meanwhile, can RG III recover to become a top QB? Answer these and more Week 2 Q's: Vote! »AP Photo/Denis Poroy
The NFL's second Sunday has come and gone, and both Washingtons made big news. The D.C. version saw its team lose quarterback Robert Griffin III to an ankle injury -- but win in big fashion anyway behind Kirk Cousins. The team from the state of Washington, meanwhile, was stunned in a 30-21 loss to the Chargers, with cornerback Richard Sherman being called out by San Diego players. What do you make of the week's major storylines?
The UEFA Champions League group stage is upon us, with Real Madrid aiming to defend its 2014 title; Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Chelsea looking to add to recent championships; and a number of other hopefuls trying to attain European glory. First, of course, all of these teams must advance to the knockout stage. What are your picks for group winners and second-place finishers? Cast your votes below!
Fuzzy animals = bliss. Fuzzy animals and sports? Even better.
Given those facts, we present you with these 134 wonderful seconds, via Andi Dzilums on YouTube, during which a baby bear -- after wandering onto a green at a British Columbia golf course -- discovers the flagstick, dances with it, then proceeds to steal someone's ball because, "WHOA, IT'S ROUND AND I CAN FIT IT IN MY MOUTH!!!"
The cuteness is undisputed. The only question is who had more fun, this bear or the tiger and lion that met the Toronto Blue Jays.
Talking to young children about horrific stories in the news is a challenge for all parents. Ravens fan Bryan Bartlett could have thrown away his daughter's Ray Rice jersey after video surfaced of the running back striking his then-fiancée, Janay Palmer. But Bartlett told the Baltimore Sun's Kristine Henry that he wanted to "come up with something a bit more positive." So he swapped the "R" in "Rice" to create a different jersey for his daughter, Brynn:
Bartlett, father of Brynn, 6, and Bryson, 9, says he and his wife, Angie, told their children that they should never be mean and "certainly never hit or hurt anyone."
Be nice to girls. Be nice to everyone. Wouldn't that be nice?
H/T Baltimore Sun, full story here.
For more on talking to children about violence in the news, check out this site.