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  • Colts hope Addai, Sanders will return soon

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy isn't sure how many more games running back Joseph Addai and safety Bob Sanders will miss. Dungy says he's optimistic that Sanders could return to practice this week, but it's hard to say when Addai...
  • Seahawks' Burleson Looks, Feels Healthy

    Seahawks' Burleson Looks, Feels Healthy
    Nate Burleson is running pass patterns again, effortlessly, like a gazelle. He's catching almost every ball thrown near him, as if he were the touchdown leader again. Heck, he's even lining up as a scout-team defensive back, giving other Seahawks wide...
  • Tiger Woods' wife, Elin, gives birth to baby boy

    On the day Tiger Woods usually hoists a trophy at Torrey Pines, the world's No. 1 golfer was busy with the birth of his first son. Woods announced on his Web site early Monday that his wife, Elin, had given birth to a boy, Charlie Axel Woods. It is the...
  • Room for improvement

    With the preseason more than half over, it's become quite clear that there is no need to read between the lines when listening to Washington Redskins coach Jim Zorn evaluate a game. He tells it like it is and isn't afraid to needle anybody, but does so...
  • Girls soccer: Players to watch

    Cassie Cooke •Winters Mill, midfield •Carroll County's Player of the Year in 2007, the dynamic senior owns the middle of the field and is a constant source of offense (12 goals, 16 assists last season) for the defending county champs....
  • Chicago Cubs clubhouse bizarre after 7-4 loss to Milwaukee Brewers

    Chicago Cubs clubhouse bizarre after 7-4 loss to Milwaukee Brewers
    In 10 years covering the Cubs, I've seen my share of bizarre clubhouse scenes. But few could top the crazy atmosphere Thursday after a 7-4 loss to the Brewers. The Cubs may be out of the pennant race, but they still lead the league in chaos, confusion...
  • Injuries, The NFL's Great Equalizer

    Injuries, The NFL's Great Equalizer
    Injuries are more than the great equalizer in the NFL, they can be the grim reaper for a team's season. Already, a handful of clubs are dealing with the absence of key players, some of whom are pretty much irreplaceable. A year ago, two defending...
  • Saints Porter could return this season

    Saints Porter could return this season
    Saints starting cornerback Tracy Porter doesn't need season ending knee surgery. Head coach Sean Payton said Porter has an MCL sprain of the left knee. Various media outlets, citing sources, reported that Porter had injured the anterior cruciate...
  • Bay Rivers District girls track preview

    Bay Rivers girls track TOP TEAMS Jamestown, Lafayette, Tabb. TOP RETURNING ATHLETES Sherelle White, Grafton (sprints); Michelle Speede, Grafton (sprints); Ariel Zimmerman, Lafayette (middle distance); Heidi Peterson, Lafayette (distance); Becky...
  • Bennett's bench debut forgettable

    Bennett's bench debut forgettable
    Tony Bennett's second career in college basketball — after his college and NBA playing career — couldn't have been any more inauspicious. His father, Dick, still laughs about it. In the fall of 1999, Tony sat at the end of the bench as the...
  • Reeling nation needs a Tiger win

    On a sun-splashed afternoon here at heaven's gate, there are a dozen people crowded around a corner of a giant wooden scoreboard. They are staring at the standings of a golf tournament that has not yet started. They are taking photos of the stenciled...