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Supermodel Wife Defends Brady's Passing Skills

On Sunday, the New England Patriots lost to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl. The wife of defeated quarterback Tom Brady. supermodel Gisele Bundchen, complained about receivers dropping his passes.
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Sports News The Super Bowl May Have Overshadowed

It's estimated more than 111 million people watched Sunday's Super Bowl — the biggest TV audience ever for the championship game. Morning Edition has an update of stories that may have gotten lost during the Super Bowl hype.
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Heartbreak And Victory: Kyle Stanley's Week On The PGA Tour

Stanley became a poster boy for tough losses, only to come back roaring a week later.
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'Boxing Is The Love Of My Life': A Woman Fights For A Shot At Gold

You could say Tyrieshia Douglas' boxing career began at 16, when she was arrested for street fighting. Now, at 23, Douglas is one of 24 fighters competing for three spots on the first ever U.S. Olympic women's boxing team.
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As Olympic Trials Near, Women's Boxing Heats Up

Women's boxing will be an Olympic sport for the first time in London later this year and the trials to choose the U.S. competitors will be held in Spokane in February. Tyrieshia Douglas from Baltimore is one of the competitors. When she was 16-years-old, she was arrested for street-fighting and says her juvenile court judge recommended she take her skills into the gym. Now she's 23-years-old and ranked No. 2 in the country in her weight category.
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From Struggle To Glory In Minor League Football

Jamie King's NFL dreams never took off, but he got a second chance when he was asked to coach the Fredericksburg Generals, a little-known team in Virginia. He talks with guest host Jacki Lyden about helping a group of misfits become champions, and how it changed his life in the process. King is profiled in this week's The Washington Post Magazine.

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