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NFL Reopens Investigation Into Giants K Josh Brown In Wake Of Domestic Violence AdmissionPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 21 / 16
The NFL has "reopened its investigation" of Giants K Josh Brown, who in police documents admitted to abusing his ex-wife, and Brown did not travel with the team to London for its game on Sunday, according to Leonard & Walder of the N.Y. DAILY NEWS. Brown served a one-game suspension to start the...
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MLB: Interleague play returns this week and Acting Commissioner Bud Selig feels the second year will be "just as successful" as the first. Selig: "There''s no doubt in my mind that it''s going to do r
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