• Dolphins players kneel during National Anthem, Seahawks lock arms

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    Critics have claimed protests by National Football League players run the gamut from insulting members of the military who fight for America, to slamming the timing of protests, which occurred on September 11. On Sunday, the Chiefs' Marcus Peters held his fist up while members of the Titans and Patriots did the same. "I think it's a bad thing, and, you know, maybe he should find a country that works better for him".
  • Cuadrado 'did everything' he could to leave Chelsea for Juve

    Cuadrado 'did everything' he could to leave Chelsea for Juve

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    Cuadrado has yet to feature for Juventus so far this season, with the reigning Serie A champions picking up where they left off last season and recording a flawless, unbeaten start to their campaign. Cuadrado scored 5 goals in 40 appearances for Juventus last season and told the club how happy he was to be back in the famous black and white shirt.
  • Bears handed loss by Texans

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    That's next Sunday at NRG Stadium. The Texans took the opening kickoff and Osweiler started driving the offense down the field. "We had a couple - we were able to hit a touchdown, which was great, and then Will was able to catch a few and make some plays".
  • Chief's Peters raises fist during national anthem backing up promise to Kaepernick

    Chief's Peters raises fist during national anthem backing up promise to Kaepernick

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    In a sign of solidarity with a fellow player, athletes in stadiums across the country joined a controversial protest against the USA anthem as the National Football League season got underway. But before the game gets underway, all eyes will once again be on Kaepernick, who is expected to kneel during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner in what he has said is a protest against America's treatment of people of color.
  • Trump says he prefers debates without moderators

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    Hitting back through a series of tweets , Trump accused Clinton of "insulting, millions of wonderful, harding working people, " predicting it would cost her at the polls. Clinton admitted in a statement that her remarks had been "grossly generalistic". Mike Pence condemned her comments, saying that they should be "denounced in the strongest possible terms".
  • Murray, Nishikori into United States open quarters

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    Open title victor Juan Martin del Potro. Previously, 26-year-old fourth seeded Nishikori won in three sets 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 against twenty-first seeded Croatian Ivo Karlovic . "But for both of us I think it's going to be important to try to dictate and be aggressive on the court". "I don't know. We'll see", Williams said during an on-court interview after reaching the quarterfinals at Flushing Meadows on Monday.
  • New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays

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    With each passing game, the Yankees sense they have a chance to reach the playoffs. Since Pineda fell 1 out short of the 5-inning requirement for a starter, he could not be officially declared the winning pitcher even though the Yankees led when he left the game.
  • Monfils 'sad' over McEnroe's criticism

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    Early in what would become a tight test of a U.S. Open final, Angelique Kerber sprinted forward to somehow reach a drop shot and scoop a down-the-line victor that landed in a corner of the court. "For sure, you know, it's easy to punish me because I not win anything". He had no hope, no confidence and frankly, the sport he was playing couldn't be termed tennis.
  • Mets 2B Neil Walker out for season, getting back surgery

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    At least not so far. Then, before Syndergaard took the mound Friday, manager Terry Collins said 25-year-old left-hander Steven Matz won't pick up a ball until Monday and won't go with the Mets when they begin their next trip in Cincinnati.
  • US Open champ Kerber replaces Williams at No. 1 in rankings

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    Caroline Wozniacki, who lost to Kerber in the last four, said her opponent's success would put "a target on her back", but the German is confident she can handle the pressure. Wawrinka, however, kept up the attack and on set point in the 12th game slotted a backhand deep and into the corner which Djokovic could only push wide.
  • The Sam Bradford Trade

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    Bradford was a Heisman trophy winning first overall pick that was supposed to be the next great quarterback , and it never happened. It was awful timing, almost on the eve of the season, and the Vikings knew they had to do something to keep their playoff hopes alive.