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Rivera: Newton lighter, more confident and ready to throw


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Cam Newton is ready to roll at training camp. Coach Ron Rivera said he’s excited to see a lighter, more confident Newton test his surgically repaired throwing arm when the Panthers take the field Wednesday night for practice. Newton reported to training camp Tuesday at Wofford College …

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Plenty believe in a Delaware revival under Rocco


(STATS) – It would seem the last thing Delaware football players wanted to hear from new coach Danny Rocco at his first team meeting this past winter was what he thought worked better at his former school, Richmond. Rising senior center Brody Kern didn’t mind. As Rocco spoke, Kern and …

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Detroit's Comerica Park offers entry using fingerprint scans


DETROIT (AP) A new program will allow baseball fans at Tigers games in Detroit to get into the ballpark by using fingerprints to verify their identity. The biometrics scanning system is making its debut this week at Comerica Park. Visitors may enroll using a state-issued driver’s license. Fans will still …

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Boy dies following Michigan high school football workout


GRAND LEDGE, Mich. (AP) Officials say an incoming high school freshman died after losing consciousness during a football workout in mid-Michigan. Grand Ledge Public Schools Superintendent Brian Metcalf says in a statement that Everson Guild died Monday after losing consciousness in the Grand Ledge High School weight room. Coaches and …

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