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Rajon Rondo Allegedly Pulls Gun on Woman in Front of Kids: Reports
"I am extremely fearful for my safety and for the safety of my children," the woman reportedly alleged in the emergency protective order
Cycling Star Who Traveled to Texas for Race Is Fatally Shot, Person of Interest ID'd
Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson, 25, was shot to death days before a 150-mile race, for which she was a favorite
Tom Brady Will Be Roasted for New Netflix Comedy Special, Greatest Roasts of All Time
Tom Brady is set to be roasted in the new comedy special, filming for Netflix in 2023
Drew Brees Says He 'May Play Football Again,' Future Is 'Undecided': 'I'll Let You Know'
The former New Orleans Saints quarterback retired from the NFL in March 2021 and spent last season working as an analyst for NBC
Wrestler Ric Flair, 73, Announces Return to Ring for Final Match This July: 'Dare to Dream!'
Ric Flair, widely considered to be the greatest pro wrestler of all time, will be back in the ring more than a decade after his last match
Chris Paul Says He is 'Not Retiring' After Season-Ending Blowout Loss
The Dallas Mavericks eliminated Chris Paul's Phoenix Suns from the NBA playoffs after the point guard scored only 10 points in the win-or-go-home game
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Soccer Star Jake Daniels Comes Out, Becomes UK's First Openly Gay Men's Player in 32 Years
"I've hated lying my whole life," Blackpool FC's new recruit Jake Daniels said Monday in a statement, becoming the first U.K. men's soccer player to come out as gay in nearly 32 years
NFL Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis Graduates from College 28 Years After Leaving: 'Never Too Late'
Jerome Bettis, the former Pittsburgh Steelers star, earned his Business Degree from Notre Dame
Buffalo Bills Raise Money for Shooting Victims During Charity Softball Game

The Buffalo NFL team went through with a pre-planned charity softball game on Sunday, donating the money instead to victims of Saturday's mass shooting