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Former NFL Players Sue Over Concussions

Host Robert Siegel speaks with New York Times reporter Alan Schwarz about the lawsuit against the NFL by former players who have had concussions.
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Sean Collins, Who Told Surfers Where To Go For The Best Waves, Has Died

He created a way for surfers to learn about where the best waves are just about anywhere in the world and in the process became a legend in the surfing community. He was 59 and died Monday of a heart attack suffered while playing tennis.
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NBA Stars Didn't Disappoint In Season Openers

Perhaps more than any other major professional sports league in this country, the National Basketball Association is star-driven. A Christmas slate of season-opening games featured the electric play of the league's Most Valuable Player Derrick Rose, the NBA's top scorer Kevin Durant and LeBron James, too.
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Horse Breeders Seek To Rein In Bets On Barrel Races

In Gretna, Fla., a casino's plan to turn barrel racing into a betting proposition has run into opposition from quarter horse breeders and trainers, who say the new event could destroy their industry.
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For Novak Djokovic, A Year To Celebrate In Tennis

Novak Djokovic had the greatest year of any male tennis player ever, while eating a gluten-free diet.
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NBA's Opening Day

The NBA's Christmas gift to fans this year is a full slate of marquee matchups. The lockout-delayed season officially opens Sunday with five highly anticipated games. NPR's Mike Pesca joins host Audie Cornish for a look at what to expect.

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