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NBA star Paul George defended Ray Rice on Twitter, then backtracked less than an hour later by deleting the posts and apologizing to women and victims of domestic violence.
Here is a look at the other sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Sept. 11.
Robert Mueller, III will investigate the handling of the former Ravens player's domestic violence case.
A judge says prosecutors failed to prove the Olympic track star intended to kill his girlfriend but a verdict on the less serious charge of culpable homicide is still to come.
The boxing champ is planning to step away from the ring and retire after three more fight nights.
Outside linebacker Jonathan Abraham has left the Arizona Cardinals and is considering retiring from the game.
The San Diego Chargers have lost veteran center Nick Hardwick for the season with a recurring neck stinger.
Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr is recovering from a mild stroke.
A law enforcement official says he sent a video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive three months ago
The lawsuit seeks at least $1 million from Jerry Jones, and accused the Dallas Cowboys owner of sexual assault.
The National Organization for Women says the NFL has "a violence-against-women problem" and "the only way to restore honor and integrity to the country's most lucrative and popular pastime" is for Goodell to step down.
The EA Sports slogan "if it's in the game, it's in the game" — apparently works in reverse.
The NCAA has lifted the most severe sanctions to the program for the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
Here's a look at the big sports stories making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 10.
Terry Pegula has been a popular figure in Buffalo for his commitment to keep the franchise in western New York state.
Griner leads Mercury to rout of Chicago Sky
Goodell said the league asked for, but was not given video of Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee — and that "no one in the NFL, to my knowledge" had seen it — before it was posted online.
CEO Steve Koonin on Tuesday told the Hawks' flagship radio station that he made the decision to discipline Ferry but allowed him to keep his job managing the team.
The deal was reached a day after the Pegulas were one of three groups to submit their formal bids.
The U.S. then turned a seven-point halftime lead into a 119-76 blowout of Slovenia led by Klay Thompson's 20