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Penske signs Keselowski to multiyear extension
Team Penske has locked up 2012 NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski with a multiyear extension.
Brain disease seen in most football players in major report
Brickyard win adds to Hendrick resume
Former coach to scout college and pro players
Gary Kubiak is returning to the Denver Broncos in a scouting capacity seven months after stepping down as their head coach over health concerns.
Luke earns dream job, but in tough spot
One of new Mississippi coach Matt Luke's vivid childhood memories is seeing his dad's Ole Miss helmet -- No. 35 -- hanging in the family's den.
Bardet, Barguil give hope to France
Maybe the drought soon will be over for French riders at the Tour de France.
Golf: Spieth wins British Open
Dempsey's record goal, assist lead U.S. into Gold Cup final
Winning British Open for third leg of Grand Slam puts Spieth in same breath as legends
Jordan Spieth was happy enough to see his name on the claret jug without wondering where he fit in among the rest of the British Open champions whose names are engraved on the oldest trophy in golf.
Cycling: Froome wins fourth Tour, his 'toughest yet'
After the champagne bubbles fade and Chris Froome drifts away from his Sunday night celebrations to reflect on a fourth Tour de France win, he may do so with greater fondness than the others.
Notebook: Grace finishes 62 unaware of record
Golf roundup: 18-year-old Korda takes Marathon lead
Jerry Jones backs Elliott, puts on pre-camp show for Cowboys
Jerry Jones interjected some bad-boy anecdotes from his youth, smiled at the thought of life before social media and even asked a couple of questions himself Sunday at his annual training camp opener with reporters.