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Saturday Sports: NFL Anthem Protest Policy Update

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NFL And Players Union Agree To Freeze National Anthem Rule

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NFL And Players Agree To Not Enforce Controversial Anthem Rules, For Now

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Usain Bolt, The World's Fastest Man, Is Sprinting Toward Soccer

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UCLA researchers are using a radioactive tracer, which binds to abnormal proteins in the brain, to see if it is possible to diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy in living patients. Warmer colors in these PET scans indicate higher concentrations of the tracer. UCLA hide caption

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Serena Williams serves against Evgeniya Rodina of Russia during their Ladies' Singles fourth round match on day seven of Wimbledon on July 9, 2018 in London. Clive Mason/Getty Images hide caption

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LeBron James Leaves Cleveland To Play For Los Angeles Lakers

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France's Olivier Giroud, center, goes down after a header during the group C match between Denmark and France at the 2018 soccer World Cup at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Tuesday. The teams played to a scoreless tie — the tournament's first. David Vincent/AP hide caption

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Christian Pulisic of the U.S. Men's team reacts to his team's loss to Trinidad and Tobago last October. Ashley Allen/Getty Images hide caption

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World Cup Begins Without The U.S. Men's Team

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Golden State Warriors guard Quinn Cook in the second half during an NBA basketball game against the Phoenix Suns on April 8, 2018, in Phoenix. Cook started his basketball career in Ohio, where Game 3 of the NBA Finals happens on Wednesday. Rick Scuteri/AP hide caption

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Game 3 Of The NBA Finals A Sort Of Homecoming For Golden State Warrior Quinn Cook

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Golden State Warriors Take A 2-0 Lead Over Cleveland Cavaliers

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