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Brown a 'Steeler for life' after new deal

(Reuters) - The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed Antonio Brown to a four-year, $68 million contract extension that makes him the highest paid wide receiver in the National Football League, reported on Monday. Read More


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Cavs debut newly-signed Williams in win over Bucks

(Reuters) - The Cleveland Cavaliers signed free agent Deron Williams on Monday then debuted their new guard in a 102-95 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. More »


Caps add coveted defenseman Shattenkirk

(Reuters) - The Washington Capitals made a huge statement in their pursuit of a first Stanley Cup by adding highly prized defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk in a trade with the St. Louis Blues on Monday. More »


Tebow reports to Mets Spring Training

(Reuters) - Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow reported to spring training with Major League Baseball's New York Mets on Monday, eager to continue his quest to make it in professional baseball. More »


Knicks' Noah expected to miss rest of season

Noah, 32, will undergo the procedure on his left knee Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported. The surgery is expected to be a "clean up" of the left knee, league sources told Wojnarowski. More »


Federer returns with easy win over Paire in Dubai

DUBAI (Reuters) - Roger Federer breezed back into action to reach the second round of the Dubai Open with a straightforward 6-1 6-3 win over erratic Frenchman Benoit Paire on Monday. More »


Haye, Bellew trade verbal blows before heavyweight boxing clash

(Reuters) - Former WBA heavyweight champion David Haye and Saturday's opponent Tony Bellew traded verbal insults but thankfully no punches as they warmed up for their much-hyped contest. More »


Horner says new F1 cars let down by 'shark fins'

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Formula One has put aerodynamics before aesthetics, with the new-look 2017 cars let down by "shark fins" resulting from a change in the rules, according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner. More »


Former Soviet gymnast Korbut sells off Olympic medals

(Reuters) - Olga Korbut, the gymnastics darling of the 1972 Munich Olympics who has apparently fallen on hard times, has sold off her Games medals and other trophies through a U.S. auction house. More »


BCE says head of its Bell Media unit leaves for NFL job

TORONTO (Reuters) - The head of BCE Inc's Bell Media unit has left the Canadian company to take a job at the National Football League, BCE said on Monday. More »


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