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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell defended the NFL's two-game suspension of Ravens RB Ray Rice.
The Baseball Tonight crew breaks down the trades made by the A's and the Tigers.
Major veteran running back holdouts have proven costly to performance upon their return to play.
Adam Schefter discusses what RB Marshawn Lynch's new deal means for his future in Seattle.
After a monstrous 2013 season, will Jamaal Charles' workload decrease in 2014?
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