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Raiders owner Mark Davis said the team was "deeply saddened by the passing of the great Ken Stabler."
Djokovic, Federer and Murray are the top three seeded players at the All England Club and were expected to get this far. But Richard Gasquet, seeded 21st, is something of a surprise after beating French Open champion Stan Wawrinka 11-9 in the fifth set in the quarterfinals.
The deal includes a player option for 2016-17.
Prosecutors in California have charged the defensive tackle following allegations he assaulted his ex-fiancée while she held their 2-month-old child.
It's the 1st supplemental pick since 2012.
Martin is the second leader to pull out of the race this year after Fabian Cancellara, who broke two vertebrae in his lower back in Monday's crash-marred third stage.
Serena Williams feasted on familiar prey as she reached an eighth Wimbledon final with a superb 6-2 6-4 victory over Maria Sharapova, her 17th win in a row over the Russian.
Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson has refused to comment on allegations linking him to an illegal gambling operation.
Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter says continental confederations, rather than soccer's world governing body, are to blame for the corruption scandal engulfing the game.
The "Ghost Busters" star took part in the John Deere Classic Pro-Am, smoked on the golf course, and gave fans some good-natured ribbing.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, July 9.
Jordan verbally agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal with the Mavericks last week.
The Washington Redskins have lost an emotionally charged battle over whether the team's name is an ethnic slur.
Gasquet reached the Wimbledon semifinals in 2007.
He will be the first player to not defend his Open title since Ben Hogan in 1954.
The "Gorilla" looked unbeatable in posting his second stage win.
For all her on-court positivity, Sharapova has become a punching bag for Williams since 2004, the year she stunned the tennis world by beating the American to the Wimbledon title.
Small, but mighty, this groundbreaking technology could help protect against concussions and brain injury.
The 1984 Summer Olympic Torch carried through Nevada is going on the auction block where it could fetch $20,000 or more.
Members of the U.S. team wore shirts at Tuesday's rally emblazoned with the words "World Champions."