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Selection Sunday Produces 2016 March Madness Bracket

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Peyton Manning Retires, Maria Sharapova Fails Drug Test

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Soccer Fans Skeptical New FIFA President Will Bring Needed Reform

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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning during Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. Manning will meet the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 this Sunday. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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For Pro Athletes, Knowing When It's Time To Call It Quits

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Buffalo Bills Appoint First Female Full-Time Coach In The NFL

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NFL Handles Fallout From Violent Pittsburgh-Cincinnati Playoff Game

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Alabama Wins 4th College Football Title In 7 Seasons

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'Concussion' Forces Football Players To Contemplate Safety Risks

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Haley on the Willamette River. David P. Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Teaching Grit On The Water: A Top Coach Mixes Rowing With Life

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FIFA Bans Soccer President Sepp Blatter For 8 Years

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Major League Baseball Upholds Ban On Pete Rose

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Former Cincinnati Reds player and manager Pete Rose has been banned from the game since 1989. But he could be reinstated. Gary Landers/AP hide caption

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MLB Commissioner To Decide Whether To Reinstate Pete Rose

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Judges To Hear Appeal Over NFL's Concussion Lawsuit Settlement

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In A Night Of Terror, A Moment Of Grace On The Soccer Pitch

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Children on Staten Island, N.Y., playing soccer. U.S. Soccer says it strongly urges all youth leagues around the country to follow the guidelines. Hilton Flores/Staten Island Advance/Landov hide caption

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