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  • VIRAL VIDEO: Boston Police Officer's Son Sings National Anthem at Pats Game

    Boston police shared this video of Garrett, the son of two Boston police officers, singing the National Anthem at a New England Patriots preseason game. The video has garnered more than 2 million views since it...

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  • Nun's First Pitch at White Sox Game Stuns Crowd, Team

    Loyola's Sister Jean got some friendly competition in the sporting world over the weekend.Marian Catholic's Sister Mary Jo Sobiek threw out the first pitch at Saturday's White Sox game, and fans were quick to... This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • UMd. Students Announce Scholarship in Memory of Player

    Student-athletes from the University of Maryland have announced a number of ways they plan to honor the memory of a football player who died after a team practice.

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  • Ovechkin, Wife Welcome Baby Boy

    Months after leading the Capitals' effort to win the Stanley Cup, Alexander Ovechkin and his wife Anastasia Shubskaya welcomed a baby boy.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Dad Says Maryland Football Program Is 'Not Toxic' at Meeting

    Parents, players and University of Maryland officials are meeting Saturday after the team's coach resigned amid an investigation into the death of a player.

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  • Md. Board to Take Over Investigation Into Player's Death

    The board that oversees the University of Maryland and all other universities in the state says it will take control of the investigation into the death of football player Jordan McNair and the investigation...

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  • Board of Regents Meets About UMD Football Player's Death

    The board that oversees the University of Maryland is deciding whether to take any action after the death of football player Jordan McNair. Prince George's County Bureau Chief Tracee Wilkins reports.

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  • The Best Stadium Food Menu Items at NFL Games This Year

    Aramark, the food service provider for 14 NFL teams around the country, has revealed its roster of new menu items for the 2018 season. The company partnered with several James Beard Award-winning chefs to create...Photo Credit: Aramark

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  • Superfan Brings Energy to Redskins Training Camp

    The days can be long for the players at training camp, so it helps to have some encouragement. Sherree Burruss reports from Richmond with what one of the fans is doing to keep the Redskins' spirits high.

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  • Maryland Football Coach on Leave Amid Investigation

    The University of Maryland's head football coach DJ Durkin has been placed on leave as the school investigates coaching practices following a football player's death.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • Ex-Md. Basketball Player Accused of Rape Allowed to Leave US

    A judge allowed a former University of Maryland basketball player charged with rape to leave the country to play professional basketball in Poland.Photo Credit: Getty Images

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  • First Preseason Game Is for Redskins Reserves, Coaches

    Washington Redskins starters might see a little bit of action against the New England Patriots in the first preseason game Thursday evening, but it’s really a game for the reserves and the coaches.Photo Credit: NBCWashington

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  • NFL to Have Its First Male Cheerleaders This Season

    Male dancers will appear on NFL sidelines starting in 2018.The New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams both added men to their cheerleading teams, according to the rosters on their official team websites.Photo Credit: LA Rams Cheerleaders

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  • Another Gold Medal for Monica Puig

    Monica Puig gave Puerto Rico her fifth consecutive gold medal on Monday in women's singles tennis in the Central American and Caribbean Games in Colombia. Puig, the champion in the Mayagüez 2010 and Veracruz...Photo Credit: LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images

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  • Dodgers Interested in Harper Trade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have checked in on the availability of Washington Nationals superstar outfielder Bryce Harper in a possible trade, multiple sources told NBC LA's Michael Duarte.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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  • Bode Miller Warns Parents How 'Quick' Drowning Can Happen

    Nearly seven weeks after skier Bode Miller lost his young daughter in a drowning accident, the U.S. Olympian and his wife are speaking publicly for the first time to warn parents how quickly a child can...Photo Credit: Icon Sportswire via Getty Images, File This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.

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