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If so, Mourinho will have struck a coup by signing Ozil on a free transfer, who can transform Manchester United manifold even with playmaking geniuses of the likes of Juan Mata and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at the disposal of the Portuguese manager.
  • Riders sign former National Football League running back Trent Richardson

    Riders sign former National Football League running back Trent Richardson

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    The 27-year-old then played just two games in his second year with the Browns, rushing for 105 yards on 31 carries. With starter Cameron Marshall working his way through a knee injury and Keinan LaFrance struggling to a 48.6 yards-per-game average over his three starts, the Roughriders reached an agreement with Richardson, who was on the team's Negotiation List since August.
  • Robben mocks PSG ahead of Bayern Champions League game

    Robben mocks PSG ahead of Bayern Champions League game

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    Bayern have been a dominant force in Europe in recent years but PSG's Verratti believes the two clubs will start Wednesday's match as equals. The Brazilian star missed PSG's weekend draw against Montpellier with a minor foot injury but has rejoined the squad in time for the Bayern showdown.
  • Chiefs place Cairo Santos on IR

    Chiefs place Cairo Santos on IR

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    Butker, who finished his college career as Georgia Tech's career scoring leader, will have an extra day to get up to speed. Fantasy Impact The Chargers were penalized for roughing the kicker against Cairo Santos on his 51-yard field goal attempt in Sunday's game.
  • Nationals-Phillies preview: All eyes on Bryce Harper

    Nationals-Phillies preview: All eyes on Bryce Harper

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    Any plans the Nationals had of Harper returning Monday night in Philadelphia were dashed because he wasn't feeling well. Harper, 24, returns to the active roster after missing 41 games with a hyperextended left knee. If he can get one homer in this final week, he will have hit the 30-homer mark for the second time in three seasons. Seven games before the end of the regular season may not be enough, but it's better than nothing.
  • NFL players react to President Trump's criticism

    NFL players react to President Trump's criticism

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    North Korea's foreign minister advised "The whole world should clearly remember it was the US who first declared war on our country" and said Trump's tweet gave Pyongyang "every right " to shoot down USA bombers even when they're flying outside North Korea's border.
  • Maryland QB Hill suffers season-ending ACL injury

    Maryland QB Hill suffers season-ending ACL injury

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    Losing on a quarterback is never good but season-ending injuries for your first and second string under a month into the season and both to ACL tears is bad. "I think we didn't respond well to adversity". "What are we going to do?" He started and played well again the following week in a 63-17 win over Towson, which marked the first time that Maryland had scored 50 or more points in consecutive games to open a season.
  • Vikings Offense Goes From Frustrating To Flourishing In 1 Week

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    The Minnesota Vikings locked arms together in a show of solidarity during the national anthem at U.S. Bank Stadium Sunday. He's missed the past two games with soreness in his surgically repaired left knee. The ball came loose but a review determined it was after Cook had crossed the goal line. "If we're winning and going to make it in the playoffs, then you kind of look at those stats and, say, "That's cool"'".
  • Janet Yellen says Fed misjudged inflation rates

    Janet Yellen says Fed misjudged inflation rates

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    Senator Richard Shelby discusses USA tax reform and the possible replacement of Fed Chair Janet Yellen . "If so, the economy could sustain a higher level of employment and output in the longer run than now anticipated - a very beneficial outcome, albeit one that would require recalibrating monetary policy over time to reap those benefits and compensate for the accompanying reduction in inflationary pressures", she said in the text of her remarks at the economics conference.
  • Trump Supporter Jerry Jones, Owner Of 'America's Team', Joins Kneeling Protest

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    It was during that game that Cowboys owner and vocal Trump supporter Jerry Jones kneeled on the turf in solidarity with players before the national anthem began to play. On Friday, he said protesting players should be fired. In a postgame news conference, Jones said, "Our players wanted to make a statement about unity and we wanted to make a statement about equality".