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Asked whether Brown will get the message, Roethlisberger said , "I'm sure". Brown and Clark played together for four seasons. Tomlin said he didn't see Brown's tantrum because he was watching what was happening on the field. Stretching for the end zone: Steelers WR Antonio Brown tries to score vs. The Steelers love that. "I'd like to think we may go down as one of the best quarterback-wide receiver duos of all time", Roethlisberger said.
  • Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building go dark for Vegas victims

    Eiffel Tower, Empire State Building go dark for Vegas victims

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    The usually-bright lights of the Empire State Building in New York City and the Eiffel Tower in Paris did not illuminate the night sky on Monday. "Tonight, our Eiffel Tower will remain dark in memory of the lives lost in the attacks in Paris", the resort's official Twitter account wrote at the time, according to BuzzFeed .
  • Manchester United could lose badly to Crystal Palace today

    Manchester United could lose badly to Crystal Palace today

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    Jose Mourinho has lavished praise on two goal hero Marouane Fellaini , who he claims is someone who has improved under his management and been strong enough to win over the fans as well. Marcus Rashford showed clever footwork to deceive Palace full-back Joel Ward down the left, then pulled the ball back for the unmarked Mata to sweep in from 12 yards.
  • Mourinho: United fans have new

    Mourinho: United fans have new "perception" of Marouane Fellaini

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    Matic joined United from Premier League title rivals Chelsea in the summer transfer window for £40 million in a move that raised eyebrows, with many questioning the Stamford Bridge club's decision to part with the player. "What I am saying is that from all the injuries we have, I hope we can have some players available tomorrow". "But it is hard to do that for 90 minutes".
  • Twins leave 3B Sano off wild-card roster vs. Yankees

    Twins leave 3B Sano off wild-card roster vs. Yankees

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    Didi Gregorius has proven to be Mr. Gardner got his revenge with the next pitch, curling it just inside the foul pole in right to put the Yankees ahead. Reality intruded quickly, however, and the Yankees asserted the dominance they routinely do against the Twins in October. "I just told Sojo, "I'm going to go on anything.' Sometimes you've got to force the guys to make plays".
  • Jurors begin deliberations in National Basketball Association players' assault trial

    Jurors begin deliberations in National Basketball Association players' assault trial

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    According to the Republic , two men (Julius Kane and Christopher Melendez) had pleaded guilty two two counts of aggravated assault just before the start of the twins' trial two weeks ago. Two witnesses testified about the mentor's attempt and their refusal to lie. The Morris brothers face the possibility of prison time and discipline from the National Basketball Association if convicted.
  • Ian Wright Makes Unusual Prediction For Arsenal's Next Manager

    Ian Wright Makes Unusual Prediction For Arsenal's Next Manager

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    Ian Wright has backed Burnley boss Sean Dyche to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal as the search for a long-term successor begins. And when asked if he would take Dyche as a replacement for the Frenchman, Wright added: "Yeah". But at 67 years-old and over 20 years in the job in the red half of north London there is absolutely no doubting that the former Monaco boss must be closer to the end of his time at the Emirates than the beginning.
  • Rodgers, Packers bring bad blood, history against Cowboys

    Rodgers, Packers bring bad blood, history against Cowboys

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    The Dallas Cowboys will look to bounce back after falling back to.500 at 2-2 with a 35-30 loss to the Rams in week 4. Nevertheless, Montgomery insisted that playing Sunday is not out of the realm of possibility, and that he is hoping to be given the final call.
  • Omaha referee files lawsuit against Kentucky radio station for 'encouraging fan threats'

    Omaha referee files lawsuit against Kentucky radio station for 'encouraging fan threats'

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    In the lawsuit, which was filed on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Nebraska, the plaintiffs, which include Higgins, his wife, Carol, and his company, Weatherguard, allege that Kentucky Sports Radio and its operators, Matt Jones and Drew Franklin, shared Higgins' personal and business information online and on the radio, causing harm to his family and his business.
  • Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic reveals fitness concern

    Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic reveals fitness concern

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    Manchester United have not won the Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson's final season in charge in the 2012-13 campaign. "I think only a strong character could resist the difficulties here", said Mourinho. But we also have great players to play instead of him. 'But I really enjoy playing with him and I am sure that we will continue like this'. "Sometimes we like players others don't like", Mourinho continued.
  • Tampa Bay activates Doug Martin from suspension on Monday

    Tampa Bay activates Doug Martin from suspension on Monday

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    In 17 career games, Cross has eight receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown. Winston went 22 for 38 for 332 yards and 3 touchdowns in the game while it was Nick Folk who both almost cost them the game (by missing two field-goal attempts and an extra-point attempt) and won it for them (by making a field goal attempt with only 3 minutes left when the score was 23-22).
  • Jack Eichel, Sabres Agree to 8-Year, $80M Contract Extension

    Jack Eichel, Sabres Agree to 8-Year, $80M Contract Extension

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    Louis' Vladimir Tarasenko, and Philadelphia's Claude Giroux, just to name a few. Last season Eichel became the 4th player in franchise history to lead the team in points before turning 21. Connor McDavid , the top pick in the same draft, signed an eight-year, $100 million contract over the summer that carries a league-high annuel value of $12.5 million.