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The latest in the trial of Florida State running back Dalvin Cook, accused of punching a woman in the face outside a bar (all times local):
The trial for suspended Florida State running back Dalvin Cook on charges that he punched a woman in the face outside a downtown bar has begun.
The New York Jets had a lot of work to do in the offseason, and some good moves were indeed made for the 2015 season. One of the best moves was the selection of defensive end/tackle Leonard Williams who should end up contributing immediately as a rookie.
Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. The Heisman Trophy winners' preseason debuts are looming, and the top picks in the NFL draft are poised to show what they are learning at training camp.
The Washington Redskins needed a lot of help on offense last year, and it showed in their play, performance, and record. One of the things missing greatly was quarterback protection, and that's where rookie Brandon Scherff comes in.
Arik Armstead may not have had some of the best stats throughout his college career, but he has the skill-set and talents needed to be an NFL star. The San Francisco 49ers found their defensive line anchor and he's going to fit into their new scheme perfectly.
The St. Louis Rams have a long history of great running backs, and now they're simply adding one more. Rookie Todd Gurley looks like he will fit right in, and the Rams hope his arrival brings an immediate impact to the offense.
The Oakland Raiders have long seen futility in many aspects of the NFL, but they've quietly and slowly built a good team to change that. The draft selection of wide receiver Amari Cooper looks to not only add production, but excitement to an offense that has long been lacking.

The Olympics Are Heading Back To Beijing

By David Heim The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced Friday that Beijing has won the rights to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games, marking the second time Beijing will have the honors. Beijing defeated Kazakhstan […]
Athletes in next year's Summer Olympics here will be swimming and boating in waters so contaminated with human feces that they risk becoming violently ill and unable to compete in the games, an Associated Press investigation has found.

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