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Eighteen majors a bridge too far for Woods says mentor O'Meara

CARY, N.C. (Reuters) - Matching or breaking the record for career major titles might just be a bridge too far for Tiger Woods, said his former mentor Mark O'Meara, who nevertheless hoped Woods will prove him wrong. Read More


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Browns place S Burnett on IR, ending his season

The Cleveland Browns placed safety Morgan Burnett on injured reserve with a torn Achilles, ending the veteran's season after eight games played. More »


Blazers sign Anthony, debut expected Tuesday

Carmelo Anthony officially joined the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday. More »


Paris mayor sounds alarm over Airbnb Olympics tie-up

PARIS (Reuters) - The mayor of Paris, due to host the Olympics in 2024, has taken issue with a sponsorship deal between the Games and Airbnb Inc., saying the short-term rental firm pushes working people out of the housing market, French media reported on Tuesday. More »


Pirates P Vazquez facing 21 new charges

Pennsylvania prosecutors filed 21 new charges against Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Felipe Vazquez after investigators said they found evidence of child pornography on his phone and laptop. More »


Kyrgios confident Australia can win Davis Cup

MADRID (Reuters) - Nick Kyrgios returned from a two-month break to launch Australia's Davis Cup challenge on Tuesday and believes they can win the trophy for the first time since 2003. More »


Golf: Injured Ko gears up for crack at record women's $1.5 million first prize

(Reuters) - Women's world number one Ko Jin-young is still worried about her injured ankle as she prepares for this week's CME Group Tour Championship, where a record first prize will serve as extra motivation. More »


Murray can be Britain's Davis Cup trump card

MADRID (Reuters) - Britain's Leon Smith could be the envy of the other 17 Davis Cup captains this week with three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray up his sleeve as a surprise second singles player. More »


Dolphins release RB Walton after another arrest

Running back Mark Walton was released by the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday after his most recent arrest. More »


Gronk: Football 'always an option,' but not in '19

Rob Gronkowski still has football on his mind, but the retired All-Pro tight end has no immediate plans to get back in the game. More »


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