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Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott denies domestic assault accusation

According to a police report obtained by TMZ Elliott was accused by Thompson of abusing her while she sat in the driver's seat of a vehicle. Police did not arrest Elliott due to the conflict of information. "TMZ reached out to Elliott's agent office who said they assure "[the allegations] are not true". Just for every moment out there getting abused it's time to put a stop to it.

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Mario Goetze returns to Dortmund from Bayern

Gotze added his objective now is to be at his lethal best for his hometown club. I would not even take it myself today! Another local boy come good, Şahin became the Bundesliga's youngest player and goalscorer at Dortmund , confirming his class in a 2007/08 loan spell at Feyenoord before returning home to help his club win the 2010/11 Bundesliga.

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What's Next for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots

The players' association and Brady had requested that the three-judge panel reconsider the case or that all the 2nd Circuit judges hear arguments and decide anew. That makes the Patriots' August very intriguing. He said if the four-game suspension holds up, he's ready for Game 5. The Pats have one of the better defenses in the league, and Garoppolo will be surrounded by the best group of offensive weapons the NFL has to offer.

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Reds demote Lamb; Bailey expected to join rotation

Jonathan Villar hit a slow grounder down the line that Joey Votto failed to charge, allowing the ball to hit first base and skip away for an RBI single. Davies was 6-4 with a 4.10 ERA in 15 starts for Milwaukee before being optioned to Colorado Springs on July 5 to make room on the roster for a hitter before the All-Star break.

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Russia says final decision on Olympic ban expected Sunday

Some 387 athletes from across 30 sports were named in the Russian squad, which was published on the Olympic Committee's website. Pound felt the clean athletes in Russia would suffer as the systemic state-sponsored doping in the country would make it very hard to determine whether any Russian athlete was clean.

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Liar. Lucifer. Lock her up. GOP denounces Clinton

Liar. Lock her up. Her campaign page includes two references to the word "Medicare". Chesimard escaped from prison after being convicted in the killing of a New Jersey state trooper and New Jersey lawmakers of both parties have criticized the Cuba deal because it did not include her extradition.

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Unique Zika case of Utah caregiver under investigation

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health is reporting the state's first case of Zika virus occurring in a pregnant woman, bringing the total of confirmed Zika virus cases in West Virginia to eight.

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Athletic commission extends Jon 'Bones' Jones' temporary suspension

During a news conference July 8 in Las Vegas, Jones (22-1), who trains out of Jackson-Wink MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico, denied knowingly taking any banned substances. The NSAC extended Jones's temporary suspension today, and he is facing a potential two-year ban under the UFC's anti-doping policies. Jones' out-of-competition sample was provided on June 16.

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Liverpool FC step up bid to buy Toon midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum

Newcastle - which is owned by Sports Direct billionaire Mike Ashley - was relegated last season so it is perhaps unsurprising that Wijnaldum wants to move elsewhere. Wijnaldum was top scorer last season with 11 goals and is the Championship club's top-rated asset, along with France's Euro 2016 star Moussa Sissoko.

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Preds defenseman PK Subban visits Nashville police officers

Subban said that will start with talking to coach Peter Laviolette and his staff to figure out how he's going to fit. P.K. Subban - the newest Nashville Predator , the defenseman we got in return when general manager David Poile shockingly traded our stalwart captain Shea Weber to the Canadiens - finally arrived in his new hockey home.

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Legend tells Wenger to buy 'big name and give Arsenal a lift'

Arsenal have been heavily linked with a number of top class strikers this summer but following Arsène Wenger's failure to secure another big name up front, the Frenchman has turned his attention to his defence . Unfortunately, a battle for second place is as good as it has got for the two clubs over the last few seasons. Ljungberg has said if the Gunners want to win the Premier League next season, believing in each other and in Wenger will hold the key for the Emirates based club.

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Woods will sit out rest of season

It has meant Woods has not played a tournament since finishing tied for 10th at the Wyndham Championship in North Carolina last August. "Will not play in the 15/16 season and will continue to rehab and work hard to then assess when he starts play for the 16/17 season".

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Froome stamps authority on day of mourning at Tour de France

At least 84 people were killed after a gunman at the wheel of a heavy truck plowed into crowds celebrating Bastille Day (French Independence day) national holiday in the French city of Nice . "I express my deepest sympathy and my condolences to those who lost their loved ones". An additional 202 people were injured in the attack, 52 of whom are now in critical condition.

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Yasir rises to top of world rankings

It was an emphatic win for Pakistan , considering the fact that they had returned to the same venue after six years when the nation's cricket had been brought into disrepute by the actions of Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir and Salman Butt. James Vince (42) and Gary Ballance (43) chipped away at Pakistan's lead with valuable contributions but Vince got a thick edge driving Wahab Riaz and was caught at the second attempt by Younus Khan at second slip.

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Ottawa Senators trade Mika Zibanejad for Gatineau native Derick Brassard

The Rangers will also get Ottawa's second-round draft pick in 2018, while Ottawa will get the Rangers' seventh-round pick. Brassard scored 27 goals and 31 assists last season. Two of the off-season's quietest teams - two fairly green general managers who haven't so much as re-signed their most important restricted free agents - struck a surprising and significant deal with each other Monday.

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Bowlsby: Some in league feel Baylor scandal 'sullied' image

It nearly goes without saying that when you combine alcohol and drugs and raging hormones and the experiences of 18-22 years old, it's probably unrealistic to think that these kinds of things are never going to happen. "This is going to be a process". After his opening comments Monday, Bowlsby took eight questions to wrap up his 45-minute session. There are questions to be answered.

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LeBron tells Cavs he will return

Although James is the last high-profile free agent to commit to a new contract, his staying put comes as no surprise, especially following the Cavs' Finals win. LeBron James (23) isn't planning on flying out of Cleveland any time soon. There is no need to do business differently because Cleveland is the reigning champions and most of their core is under contract.

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Ronaldo, Messi on UEFA award shortlist, edging Will Grigg

Top Ten list: Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez, Buffon, Manuel Neuer , Antoine Griezmann , Toni Kroos , Thomas Mueller, Pepe , and Gareth Bale. On the other hand, Messi has won La Liga title at the last season as well as Copa Del Rey. Fan favorite Will Grigg missed out but got as many points as Paul Pogba .

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RB Foster to work out for Miami, Detroit

The Dolphins are quite short at running back after Lamar Miller left in free agency, and they used a third round pick on Kenyan Drake out of Alabama, joining Jay Ajayi, Isaiah Pead , Daniel Thomas and Damien Williams. The Dolphins gave Arian Foster a contract after his workout Monday, as Foster works his way back from a torn Achilles suffered against, yup, Miami in Week 7 of last season.

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Mickelson's best isn't good enough in epic Open finale

The Swede sent record tumbling along the way. Stenson, whose winning aggregate of 264 was also a record for any of the "Big Four" tournaments, said he had a sneaking feeling he was on the verge of landing his first major win. It was his 11th runner-up in a major. "We're only just getting started, aren't we?" he said. "It's a tiring game to play because he never gives up and always comes back at you and he did so this week".

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British Open showdown: Stenson leads Mickelson by a shot

Louis. Another shot back was Andrew Johnston, the Englishman with a big belly and beard to match who goes by "Beef". He is trying to become only the eighth player dating to Old Tom Morris in 1861 to win his first major after turning 40. He putted for eagle on three holes, including the par-4 seventh that was downwind. U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson was working his way up the leaderboard until a shot into the gorse on the 11th led to a triple bogey.

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Johnson wins Bridgestone Invitational as Day falters

Whatever the combination, it's led to two weeks that have made Johnson a tough player to beat. Day had a one-shot lead when he missed a 4-foot par putt on the 15th hole, and then collapsed with a series of bad shots and bad choices.

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Tour de France peloton enters Jura mountains in Stage 15

But there was celebration after Pantano outsprinted Poland's Rafal Majka to win the 160km mountainous stage from Bourg en Bresse to Culoz. There have been thousands of Colombian fans lining the road during the Tour, although a lot of them came to see two-time Tour runner-up Nairo Quintana, who sits fourth overall, 2:59 behind race leader Chris Froome.

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Labour leadership contender says Britain should vote again on Brexit

There was good news for the Labour leader, after the party's ruling National Executive Committee ruled he would automatically be included in the ballot. Michael Foster, who has given the party £400,000, said he was anxious rules had been bent so Mr Corbyn could defend his position without support from MPs.

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Islamic State says its 'soldier' behind Nice truck attack

As Nice's coastal promenade along the Mediterranean Sea reopened, tourists and residents paid tribute to the 84 people killed and the 200 wounded in Thursday night's attack, their blood still jarringly visible on the pavement. Neighbours and acquaintances of the killer held that there had been no sign of Muslim religious zeal in his behaviour; he seldom attended mosques, and consumed alcohol.