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Johnson takes blame as Eagles report to camp

EAGLES CAMP: Johnson takes blame as Eagles report

Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson will miss the first four games of the regular season after he violated the NFL's policy on performance enhancing drugs. He knows there is only himself to blame for it.

EAGLES CAMP Eagles report to NovaCare Complex

EAGLES CAMP: Players report to NovaCare Complex

Eagles players and coaches arrived at the NovaCare Complex on Friday to kick off Training Camp 2014.

RubberDucks blank Fightins on Christmas in July

RubberDucks blank Fightins on Christmas in July

Akron recorded a 5-0 win over Reading on Friday night.

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IronPigs fall again, losing streak hits 7

The IronPigs suffered their seventh consecutive loss Friday night in a 9-7 setback at the Buffalo Bisons.

US 10-Mile Championship returns to Velodrome

Baranoski comes up big at Valley Preferred Cycling Center

Perkasie native Matt Baranoski stole the show at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center Friday night.

Amaro Phillies not planning to release Howard

Amaro: Phillies don't plan to release Howard

Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro refuted reports on Friday that team officials are considering releasing slumping slugger Ryan Howard.

Byron Scott, December 2012

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Report: Lakers offer coaching job to Scott

The Los Angeles Lakers offered Byron Scott their head coaching job, according to ESPN.com.

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch, Super Bowl media day

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Lynch a no-show at Seahawks' camp

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch officially started his contract holdout Friday by not attending the first day of training camp in Renton, Washington.

Ohio State marching band

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Ohio State band accused of sexualized culture

The Ohio State University Marching Band, known for entertaining fans at sporting events with hypnotic formations choreographed to music, was also known among university insiders for a culture that facilitated sexual harassment, a report says.

Ramunas Navardauskas, 2014 Tour de France, 19th stage

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Navardauskas makes history at Tour de France

His Garmin-Sharp teammate saw victory snatched from his grasp in heartbreaking fashion earlier in the Tour de France but Ramunas Navardauskas made sure there was to be no repeat on a rain soaked 19th stage Friday.

Kevin Love, Minnesota Timberwolves, 2014

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Report: Cavs still leader to land Love

Even though the Cleveland Cavaliers cannot trade No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins before Aug. 23, they remain the front-runner to acquire Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star power forward Kevin Love in a trade, ESPN.com reported Friday.

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Capitals sign Australian F Walker

The Washington Capitals signed forward Nathan Walker to a three-year, entry-level contract, the team announced Friday.

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Baranoski comes up big at Valley Preferred Cycling Center

US 10-Mile Championship returns to Velodrome

Perkasie native Matt Baranoski stole the show at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center Friday night.

IronPigs fall again, losing streak hits 7

IronPigs

The IronPigs suffered their seventh consecutive loss Friday night in a 9-7 setback at the Buffalo Bisons.

RubberDucks blank Fightin Phils on Christmas in July

RubberDucks blank Fightins on Christmas in July

The Reading Fightin Phils (43-60) were shutout by the Akron RubberDucks (58-49) on Christmas in July, 5-0. Duke von Schamann was lights out, tossing 7 shutout innings and allowing just 3 hits for Akron.

Amaro: Phillies don't plan to release Howard

Amaro Phillies not planning to release Howard

Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro refuted reports on Friday that team officials are considering releasing slumping slugger Ryan Howard.

EAGLES CAMP: Johnson takes blame as Eagles report

Johnson takes blame as Eagles report to camp

Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson will miss the first four games of the regular season after he violated the NFL's policy on performance enhancing drugs. He knows there is only himself to blame for it.

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