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DeMaurice Smith On Football's New Bad Rap

Football may be the nation's most popular sport, but are hard hits on the field ruining players' health and the game's reputation? Host Michel Martin speaks with NFL Players Association chief DeMaurice Smith to tackle issues about the league's scandals and safety.
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NBA Legend Oscar Robertson On His Favorite Tunes

Oscar Robertson had his legacy enshrined when he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame back in 1980. But more recently, he began advocating for regular cancer screenings after beating the disease. Robertson shares the tunes that continue to inspire him for Tell Me More's regular series, "In Your Ear."
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Redskins Move Preseason Training To Richmond

Loudoun County officials are reacting to news that the Washington Redskins will be moving their preseason training.

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NHL: N.J. Devils Force Game 5 Against L.A. Kings

The New Jersey Devils avoided elimination in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals by beating the Los Angeles Kings 3-1. Game 5 is Saturday night in New Jersey. The Kings have never won the Stanley Cup.
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Please Sir, I'd Rather Have Another

In the run-up to the Belmont — the final race in the Triple Crown — commentator Frank Deford explains why he doesn't want I'll Have Another to be the winning horse.
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Cyclist's Swift Ride From Wall Street To The Olympics

Four years ago, Evelyn Stevens was an investment banker who started entering bicycle races. But she rose through the cycling ranks quickly, and next month she'll represent the United States at the London Olympics.
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Tiger Woods' Incredible Chip: You Can Do It Too (Yeah, Right)

Jack Nicklaus calls it "the gutsiest and best shot I've ever seen in my life." And the PGA Tour has posted a lesson on how it was done — though it concedes that knocking the ball into the hole is "Tiger-esque."

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