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Michael Sam applies for first-ever NFL veteran combine

The NFL will hold a combine for players with league experience on March 22.

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Monday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Feb. 9.

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Clippers’ Griffin set for surgery, out indefinitely

Los Angeles Clippers All-Star forward Blake Griffin will undergo surgery for a staph infection on his right elbow.

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Legendary UNC coach Dean Smith dead at 83

The coach won two national titles, led the U.S. team to an Olympic gold in 1976, and helped develop NBA great Michael Jordan.

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This week’s best sports shots

A look at some of this week's biggest plays and best moments.

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Hernandez jurors to tour his home, crime scene

The former NFL player is accused of the 2013 killing of Odin Lloyd, who was dating his fiancée's sister.

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Spike Lee goes from director to coach for NBA All-Star

Spike Lee will direct the likes of Kevin Hart, Anthony Anderson, and Mo'Ne Davis — but instead of on a movie set, it will be on the basketball court.

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Friday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, Feb. 6.

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Wounded Tiger quits again

Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods withdrew after 11 holes of his opening round at the Farmers Insurance Open.

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Commissioner expects to face decision on Rose ban

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred opened the door for possible reinstatement of the all-time hits leader for Hall of Fame consideration.

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Struggling Magic fire head coach Vaughn

The Orlando Magic have fired head coach Jacque Vaughn on the heels of their 10th consecutive loss.

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Thursday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Thursday, Feb. 5. HAWKS BOUNCE BACK, BEAT WIZARDS…

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Colts linebacker Jackson arrested for assault

D'Qwell Jackson, whose interception in the AFC title game triggered the "Deflategate" controversy, was arrested after getting into a fight over a parking space.

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The 2015 ‘SI’ swimsuit edition is here and the cover model is …

This year's edition will launch online on Feb. 9.

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Struggling Woods focused on Masters

Tiger Woods, coming off his worst score as a professional, says he is focused on peaking in time for the Masters.

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PHOTOS: Patriots parade through Boston to celebrate Super Bowl win

Patriots fans braved cold weather to welcome their team home in style.

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Wednesday’s Sports Minute

A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Wednesday, Feb. 4.

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Boston’s Super Bowl parade to draw hearty fans amid massive snow

A little snow won't stop Boston from celebrating the Super Bowl XLIX victors.

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Hernandez trial: Ex-NFL star consoled alleged victim’s girlfriend, witness says

Former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez allegedly told the woman he had "been through this death thing before."

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Trailblazer Charlie Sifford dies at 92

The first African-American to play on the PGA Tour has died.

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GOP Retreats On DHS Funding

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Republicans in Congress had to retreat a bit, and pass a so called “clean” funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security.

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Severe Weather Season Approaches

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It is another one of the signs of spring. The beginning of severe weather spotter training classes.

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Weaponized Drones Targeted In Protest

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A candlelight vigil is planned this evening (Wednesday) outside the Iowa Air National Guard base in Des Moines to protest the use of weaponized drones.

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No Speed Limit Change, But Texting Bill Advances

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A bill that would have raised the speed limit on Iowa's interstates has hit a dead end in the Iowa Senate, but legislators are advancing bills targeting those caught texting and driving on Iowa roads.

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Electoral Vote Change Bill Clears Hurdle

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A measure proposing Nebraska revert to the winner-take-all distribution of presidential electors has cleared an important hurdle, yet still faces an uncertain future.