Reuters U.S. Sports Schedule at 2:15 PM ET on Wednesday, Feb. 14

Feb. 14 (Reuters) - Reuters U.S. sports schedule at 2:15 PM ET on Wednesday:

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Kaepernick deposition list includes Papa John, Mrs. Goodell

Jane Goodell and John Schnatter are on the deposition wish list of attorneys representing out-of-work NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. (FOOTBALL-NFL-KAEPERNICK, moved, Field Level Media)

Manziel signs deal with developmental Spring League

Johnny Manziel, who has not played football since 2015 and was released in 2016 by the Cleveland Browns, will participate in the developmental Spring League in his comeback attempt to return to the NFL. (FOOTBALL-NFL-MANZIEL/SPRINGLEAGUE, moved, Field Level Media)

Falcons hire Knapp as QB coach

Greg Knapp, who was in Atlanta during Michael Vick’s heyday, was hired as QB coach of the Falcons. (FOOTBALL-ATL-KNAPP, moved, Field Level Media)

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Angels’ rookie Ohtani meets media

Shohei Ohtani meets the media at Los Angeles Angels’ spring training. (BASEBALL-MLB-LAA-OHTANI, moved, Field Level Media)

Orioles closer Britton targets May return

Baltimore Orioles closer Zach Britton said he hopes to be back playing baseball by May. He’s recovering from a torn Achilles in December. (BASEBALL-MLB-BAL-BRITTON, moved, Field Level Media)

Cardinals make it official with RHP Bud Norris

Bud Norris signed a one-year deal with the St. Louis Cardinals. (BASEBALL-MLB-CHC-DARVISH, moved, Field Level Media)

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Red-hot Jazz face Suns, Celtics host Clippers

The red-hot Utah Jazz try to extend the league’s longest active win streak to 11 games when they host the Phoenix Suns while the Boston Celtics try to snap a two-game skid when they host the Los Angeles Clippers in two of the 12 games on the National Basketball Association’s schedule. (BASKETBALL-NBA/HIGHLIGHTS, expect by 11:30 PM ET, by Field Level Media, 800 words)

Lue says new-look Cavs 'exceeded my expectations’

Tyronn Lue said the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers "exceeded my expectations" heading into the All-Star break after impressive road wins over the Boston Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder. (BASKETBALL-CLE-LUE, moved, Field Level Media)

Wizards’ Wall, Gortat meet in airing of grievances

John Wall and Marcin Gortat met to discuss a perceived dig by Gortat. (BASKETBALL-WAS-WALL-GORTAT-SPAT, moved, Field Level Media)

Report: Cavaliers nearly landed DeAndre Jordan

According to a report Wednesday, the only reason the Cleveland Cavaliers didn’t land DeAndre Jordan from the Clippers at the trade deadline was Los Angeles did not want to take on Iman Shumpert’s salary in return. (BASKETBALL-CLE-LAC/JORDAN, moved, Field Level Media)

NBA game coverage, February 14

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Atlanta at Detroit, 7:00 PM

Charlotte at Orlando, 7:00 PM

Miami at Philadelphia, 7:00 PM

Indiana at Brooklyn, 7:30 PM

Washington at New York, 7:30 PM

L.A. Clippers at Boston, 8:00 PM

Toronto at Chicago, 8:00 PM

Sacramento at Houston, 8:00 PM

Oklahoma City at Memphis, 8:00 PM

L.A. Lakers at New Orleans, 8:00 PM

Phoenix at Utah, 9:00 PM

Golden State at Portland, 10:30 PM

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Maple Leafs battle Blue Jackets, Habs visit Avs

The Toronto Maple Leaf put their four-game win streak on the line at home versus the Columbus Blue Jackets while the Montreal Canadiens visit the Colorado Avalanche in two of the three games on the National Hockey League schedule. (ICEHOCKEY-NHL/HIGHLIGHTS, expect by 11:30 PM ET, by Field Level Media, 800 words)

NHL game coverage, February 14

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Columbus at Toronto, 7:00 PM

Montreal at Colorado, 9:30 PM

Florida at Vancouver, 10:00 PM

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Men’s college basketball game coverage, February 14

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Iowa at Michigan, 6:30 ET

Villanova at Providence, 7:00 ET

Virginia Tech at Duke, 7:00 ET

Clemson at Florida State, 7:00 ET

Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 7:00 ET

Kansas State at Oklahoma State, 7:00 ET

Illinois at Indiana, 8:30 ET

Seton Hall at Xavier, 9:00 ET

Kentucky at Auburn, 9:00 ET

Georgia Tech at Wake Forest, 9:00 ET

NC State at Syracuse, 9:00 ET

Georgia at Florida, 9:00 ET

St. John's at DePaul, 9:00 ET

Nevada at Boise State, 11:00 ET

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Stanford QB Costello (hip) to miss spring practice

Stanford quarterback K.J. Costello, the projected starter for the Cardinals, will miss spring practice with a hip injury. (FOOTBALL-NCAA-STANFORD/COSTELLO, moved, Field Level Media)

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Auto Racing Glance

Capsule previews of the week ahead in auto racing. (AUTORACING-NASCAR-GLANCE, moved, by K. Lee Davis, Field Level Media)

Emotion on wheels: Junior’s new Goodyear ad

Those who live up to their name make one for themselves. So goes the new ad featuring Dale Earnhardt Jr. sure to appeal to nostalgic NASCAR enthusiasts. (AUTORACING-NASCAR-EARNHARDT, moved, Field Level Media)

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Tiger gets ready to take next step in comeback

We preview this week's Genesis Open at Riviera, where former world number one Tiger Woods will take the next step in his comeback from a lengthy injury layoff when he plays the opening two rounds with Rory McIlroy and reigning player of the year Justin Thomas. (GOLF-GENESIS/ (PREVIEW), expect by 10:30 AM ET, 400 words)

Look ahead: Genesis Open

Previewing the Genesis Open, which will feature a grouping of Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Justin Thomas, starting Thursday. (GOLF-PGA-GENESISOPEN, expect by 8 p.m. ET, Field Level Media)

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