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New England Patriots release Antonio Brown, who faces rape allegation

(Reuters) - NFL star wide receiver Antonio Brown, who has been accused of rape by his former personal trainer, was released on Friday by the New England Patriots, the team said less than two weeks after signing the prolific pass-catcher to a contract. Read More

 

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MLB roundup: Braves wrap up NL East title

Mike Foltynewicz pitched eight shutout innings, and the Atlanta Braves earned a 6-0 win over the visiting San Francisco Giants to clinch a second straight National League East title. More »

 

NFL notebook: Patriots release WR Brown

The Antonio Brown era in New England is over. More »

 

Glitches slow Fortnite Champion Series Finals

The Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) Finals got off to a stuttering start Friday. More »

 

MLB notebook: Back injury ends Marte's season

Arizona Diamondbacks All-Star outfielder/infielder Ketel Marte has a stress reaction in his lower back and will miss the remainder of the season, general manager Mike Hazen told reporters on Friday. More »

 

Women's tour punctuates year of change in pro hockey

(Reuters) - A coalition of top women's hockey talent is hosting its first public competition in Toronto on Saturday, months after pledging not to join any professional North American league until an economically viable option emerged. More »

 

ATP roundup: Federer, Team Europe grab Laver Cup lead

With the help of Roger Federer in doubles action, Team Europe took a 3-1 lead Friday over Team World after the first day of the Laver Cup in Geneva, Switzerland. More »

 

NBA board votes for stiffer tampering measures

Seeking to enforce compliance with tampering and salary-cap circumvention, the NBA board of governors on Friday unanimously passed a number of stiffer measures. More »

 

Europe lead Team World 3-1 after first day in Laver Cup

(Reuters) - Team Europe took a 3-1 lead over Team World on the first day of the Laver Cup after winning two of three singles matches and the doubles contest in front of a sellout crowd in Geneva on Friday. More »

 

Jets limp into Foxborough to face roaring Patriots

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots dominated the Miami Dolphins last week, and now the defending champions get another chance to beat a struggling divisional opponent. More »

 

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