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Justice Department settles suit over LA Dodgers broadcasts

Phil Mickelson takes a drop from a hazard on the second hole during round-robin play against Si Woo Kim, of South Korea, at the Dell Technologies Match Play golf tournament at Austin County Club, Wednesday, March 22, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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Mickelson says he won’t be called as witness in trial

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Ex-MMA fighter guilty of 29 felonies in kidnap, beating case

Former mixed martial arts fighter War Machine, also known as Jonathan Koppenhaver, listens to the testimony from victim and ex-girlfriend Christine Mackinday during his sexual assault and attempted murder trial at the Regional Justice Center, Wednesday, March 8, 2017, Las Vegas. Koppenhaver has pleaded not guilty to all 34 felony charges against him, including kidnapping, attempted murder and multiple counts of sexual assault that could get him life in prison without parole if he's found guilty. (Elizabeth Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)
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Ex-MMA fighter concedes lesser counts in Las Vegas trial

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US district court upholds reduction of Wideman suspension

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Former porn actress testifies ex-MMA fighter took steroids

In this Monday, March 6, 2017, file photo, Sacramento Kings guard Ty Lawson waits during a break in play in the team's NBA basketball game against the Denver Nuggets in Denver. Colorado authorities said on Wednesday, March 9, that they want probation revoked for Lawson after they say he tested positive for alcohol three times in the last six months and failed to complete required public service. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, file)
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Colorado wants to revoke NBA player Ty Lawson’s probation

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Former porn actress testifies in trial of ex-MMA fighter

In this Oct. 14, 2016, file photo, Osa Masina, a suspended Southern California football player charged with rape in Utah, leaves the courtroom in Salt Lake City. Prosecutors in Los Angeles have decided not to file sexual assault charges against Masina, who is awaiting trial on similar charges in Utah. The LA County district attorney's office released documents on the decision Tuesday, March 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
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No California charges for USC player awaiting Utah trial

In this Feb. 23, 2007, file photo, five-time world champion Johnny Tapia, left, connects with Evaristo Primero in the ninth round of a 10-round junior welterweight bout at Isleta Pueblo, N.M. A court-ordered DNA test shows a man who has long claimed to be the father of the late boxing champ Tapia is not his dad after all, in the latest saga involving the troubled boxer after his death. The Albuquerque Journal reports Thursday, March 2, 2017, a copy of the test results obtained by the newspaper indicates conclusively that Jerry Padilla is not Tapia's biological father. (AP Photo/Jake Schoellkopf, File)
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DNA test shows man not biological father of late boxer Tapia

In this Nov. 20, 2011, file photo, Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen looks up during the second half of the team's NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills in Miami Gardens, Fla. Former NFL cornerback Allen and his business partner have been sentenced to prison for running a Ponzi scheme that took in more than $35 million. A federal judge in Boston on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, sentenced Allen, of Davie, Fla., and Susan Daub, of Coral Spring, Fla., each to six years in prison and three years of supervised release. They were also ordered to pay restitution totaling $17 million. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)
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Ex-Patriots cornerback headed to prison for Ponzi scheme

In this Aug. 18, 2015, file photo, Danica Patrick poses by her new race car during a news conference to announce a new sponsorship for her NASCAR auto racing team at Stewart-Haas Racing's headquarters in Kannapolis, N.C. One of Danica Patrick's sponsors has stepped up to fill a sudden funding void created when Stewart-Haas Racing sued her primary backer for $31 million in a breach of contract suit. Aspen Dental said Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, it will be the lead sponsor for Patrick and debut on her car in the Feb. 26 season-opening Daytona 500. Patrick and SHR were left with 20-some races to fill less than two weeks before teams report to Daytona International Speedway because of a nasty split between the team and primary sponsor Nature's Bakery.(AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File
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Nature’s Bakery counters suit over Patrick’s sponsorship

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Steelers’ Joey Porter to plead guilty to fracas citations

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Ex-Division III player facing murder charge gets trial date

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Clowney’s dad pleads guilty in 2015 shootout

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NFL concussion hearing Wednesday to be aired live online

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Former NBA star Rodman gets probation in freeway crash

In this Aug. 31, 2015, file photo, Judge Richard M. Berman enters federal court in New York. Berman, who ruled against the National Football League in "Deflategate," says the New England Patriots, with their Super Bowl 51 victory, have showed "us all never to quit, everything is possible, and the importance of teamwork." (AP Photo/Larry Neumeister, File)
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Judges who ruled in Brady case unanimous in praise of game

In this Nov. 18, 2012, file photo, New York Jets running back Joe McKnight watches from the bench during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game against the St. Louis Rams in St. Louis. Ronald Gasser, 55, of Terrytown, La., accused of killing former NFL running back Joe McKnight during a road rage dispute, was indicted on a charge of second-degree murder, Jefferson Parish District Attorney Paul Connick Jr. said in a news release, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Tom Gannam, File)
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Sheriff says he’s pleased over murder charge

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Vols’ Jennings cited on misdemeanor drug possession charge

An April 10, 2016, file photo provided by the Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office shows Cardell Hayes. Prosecutors will have to present witnesses against Hayes, who accused of killing retired New Orleans Saints player Will Smith, at a hearing Thursday, April 28, unless a grand jury indicts him first. Police say Cardell Hayes shot the star defensive end and Smith’s wife late April 9, killing Smith and hitting Racquel Smith in both legs. (Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office via AP, File)
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Sentencing for retired Saints star’s killer reset for March

In this Oct. 10, 2016, file photo, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred speaks at a news conference before Game 3 of baseball's National League Division Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Chicago Cubs in San Francisco. Major League Baseball ordered the St. Louis Cardinals to forfeit their top two picks in this year’s amateur draft and pay Houston $2 million as compensation for hacking the Astros email system and scouting database. Manfred banned former St. Louis scouting executive Christopher Correa for life on Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, and stripped the Cardinals of the 56th and 75th draft choices in June. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)
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Cardinals must give Astros top 2 picks, $2M for hacking

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