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According to multiple reports , the Saints have agreed to trade Adrian Peterson to the Arizona Cardinals for a conditional draft pick. The Saints originally signed the seven-time Pro Bowler back in April after he was waived by the Minnesota Vikings.
  • Man Utd boss Mourinho assesses Eintracht Frankfurt winger Gacinovic in Austria

    Man Utd boss Mourinho assesses Eintracht Frankfurt winger Gacinovic in Austria

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    Even though it might take a serious offer to swoop him, Mourinho's presence in Austria demonstrates that he's serious and also has a route to the player through Nemanja Matic who's seen as a senior figure in Serbia squad. Mourinho wanted to bolster his midfield during the last transfer window and Gacinovic's talent and versatility would appeal to the Portuguese chief.
  • Carolina Panthers are (another) big test for Eagles

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    Dannon dropped him later that day. It's that he did it on the road, against a hard opponent and in the wake of so much overwhelming controversy. "And, to be honest, that was not my intentions, and if you are a person who took offense to what I said I sincerely apologize to you".
  • Thailand junta to hold elections in November 2018

    Thailand junta to hold elections in November 2018

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    Prayuth said the junta will consider lifting a ban on political activities but not until after late October, when Thailand holds an elaborate five-day funeral for King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died almost a year ago. Yingluck has denied the charges, claiming they were politically motivated. Thailand's last general election was in 2011. "It just opens a chance for people to have more participation in their future than they now do", the politician told AFP.
  • Egypt qualifies for 2018 World Cup after 2-1 win over Congo

    Egypt qualifies for 2018 World Cup after 2-1 win over Congo

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    Egypt has become the second African country after Nigeria to secure its place in the FIFA World Cup finals in Russian Federation. Gharbia governor Ahmed Deif revealed on Sunday that the school which Salah graduated from has been renamed in his honour after his heroics guided Egypt for the 2018 World Cup.
  • Chicago man blinded in one eye by baseball sues the sport

    Chicago man blinded in one eye by baseball sues the sport

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    The Cubs are in the posteason once again, so you know what that means: Time for Bill Murray sightings at Wrigley Field. In his lawsuit, Loos is asking the Cubs to expand their safety netting. "This is a problem that Major League Baseball has known for decades", he said. Bill Murray, already posited to play a Chicago Cub's manager in an upcoming movie, is expected to sing during the seventh inning of Monday's afternoon game with the Washington Nationals , according to several Chicago ...
  • Trump targets suspended ESPN host Jemele Hill in early morning tweet

    Trump targets suspended ESPN host Jemele Hill in early morning tweet

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    She later said, "If you strongly reject what Jerry Jones said, the key is his advertisers. Don't place the burden squarely on the players". She clarified Monday she was not calling for an National Football League boycott. "Stand for Anthem or sit for game!'" She also added that Trump has mostly bounded himself with a lot of other white supremacists. The White House itself eventually waded into that controversy, with Press Secretary Sarah Sanders saying during a briefing that Hill's ...
  • Federer dances with Mickey Mouse in Shanghai

    Federer dances with Mickey Mouse in Shanghai

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    Looming in Shanghai is a potential clash in the final between Federer and Rafael Nadal , whose friendly rivalry has blossomed anew this year as they force the next generation to wait their turn. "It's very important for me to continue with the positive feelings after winning the U.S. Open", Nadal said. The 36-year-old Swiss was handed a bye in the first round of the competition and must wait until later today to see the identity of his second-round opponent.
  • Australia beats 10-man Syria in World Cup play-off

    Australia beats 10-man Syria in World Cup play-off

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    Rogic had several chances to score and played for much of the game . Syria, who had to play all their "home" qualifiers in Malaysia because of the security situation in their war-torn nation, fought until the very end of the match but ultimately came up short in their bid for a maiden World Cup spot.
  • De Gea on shortlist for 2017 Ballon d'Or

    De Gea on shortlist for 2017 Ballon d'Or

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    Kane was selected among the 30 best players in the world for 2017, after what has been a momentous year in a Tottenham shirt. The Ballon d'Or is an award presented by weekly magazine France Football and is voted for by European journalists.
  • Fred Alger Management Inc. Grows Position in NetScout Systems, Inc. (NTCT)

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    RBC Capital Markets maintained it with "Hold" rating and $3300 target in Wednesday, July 19 report. Pnc Finance Gru holds 19,134 shares. The stock rose 1.22% or $0.4 reaching $33.25 per share. Rockshelter Capital Management LLC trimmed its ownership by selling 56,899 shares a decrease of 13.6%. Edgemoor Inv Advsrs has 10,251 shares. NetScout Systems posted EPS of $0.39 for the same period in the prior year, which points a negative year-over-year growth rate of 30.8%.
  • James McClean stuns Wales and sends Republic of Ireland into play-offs

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    A win will secure a playoff spot for Wales and could earn them a spot in Russian Federation if results between Serbia and Georgia go their way. The four-time World Cup winners had already clinched a play-off spot by finishing second behind group winners Spain , but, after a humiliating 1-1 draw at home to Macedonia on Friday, they were under pressure to perform in Albania.