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Report: Percy Harvin traded to Jets
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports has tweeted that Seahawks' wide receiver Percy Harvin has been traded to the New York Jets.
Hawks soar in as 6th most popular sports team in America.
Up from number 12, the Seahawks now rank behind the Broncos, NY Giants, Green Bay Packers, Cowboys, and the Steelers.
Seahawks consider Australian rugby star
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll didn't deny that the Seahawks were checking out Australian rugby star Jarryd Hayne.
Doing the numbers: NFL players' lifespans, behavior look pretty good
They exercise, they make good money, they rarely smoke. Assault is less common than in the male population as a whole. Sure, NFL leaders are lousy, but a chance to play in the NFL is probably good for most people
McGinn: "People don't realize how close we were to actually getting an NHL team."
Seattle was one Phoenix council-member vote away from getting the Coyotes.
The forgotten catalyst for free agency
Curt Flood of the St. Louis Cardinals paved the way for free agency in sports.
NFL Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Forgets Domestic Violence Awareness Month
It seems odd that, amid its domestic violence issues, the NFL pays no heed to domestic violence awareness month.
Derek Jeter's final home game: Oh, what an ending
The Yankee star tried to fight back tears as he tried to comprehend the ending to his career in New York City.
Sources: Ray Rice told NFL boss exactly what happened
Four sources say the football player told NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell months ago that he hit his then-fiancee. Goodell has claimed the information was "ambiguous." One source says Rice talked about slapping her.
Law enforcement official says he sent NFL domestic violence video
A voice mail message in April confirmed receipt of the video showing Ray Rice slugging his then-fiancee.
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