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Tiger, as expected, will defend title at the Memorial - USA Today
Five of Tiger Woods' 78 career PGA Tour victories were earned at Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament. Woods, as expected, will go for No. 6 and No. 79 on May 30-June 2 at at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio. Woods made it official on his website Tuesday.
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Former New Orleans Saints star Chuck Muncie dead at 60
Chuck Muncie, a standout running back with the New Orleans Saints and a three-time Pro Bowl selection, died of a heart attack on Monday. He was 60. Muncie, whose career was ravaged by drug abuse, was the Saints' third-overall selection out of California ...
Former running back Chuck Muncie dies at 60 - USA TodayUSA TODAY
Chuck Muncie dies at age 60ESPN
Chuck Muncie, former Cal and NFL star, dead at 60San Jose Mercury News
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Donovan McNabb says he will retire as a member of Eagles
Los Angeles Times
Donovan McNabb and Andy Reid will be together again in Philadelphia one more time. McNabb said on his NBC Sports Radio show Monday that he will retire as member of the Eagles this fall and will do so at a retirement ceremony on Sept. 19, when the ...
McNabb To Retire As An EagleESPN
Is Donovan McNabb a Hall of Fame Quarterback?Bleacher Report
McNabb plans to retire with EaglesChicago Tribune
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Dallas Morning News
Stars Fire Gulutzan After 2 Seasons
The Dallas Stars have fired coach Glen Gulutzan after he failed to make the playoffs in two seasons at the helm. New general manager Jim Nill announced the move Tuesday. Nill replaced Joe Nieuwendyk, who also was fired after four years without taking the ...
Stars fire GulutzanMiamiHerald.com
Stars Fire Coach After Missing Playoffs for Fifth Straight YearBloomberg
Stars fire coach Glen Gulutzan; what's next for Dallas?Dallas Morning News
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Djokovic dominates Montanes in Rome
Novak Djokovic overcame a sluggish start to seal his place in the third round of the Rome Masters with a 6-2 6-3 victory over Albert Montanes. The world No. 1 was down a break in the opening set against his Spanish opponent, but the Australian Open ...
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