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New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez Questioned in Boston Homicide

The details are still coming out on how Aaron Hernandez is involved in a Boston homicide.  Here is what we know.

State Police in Massachusetts searched the home of New England Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez last night in connections with a homicide

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5 Professional Sports Stars Who Voluntarily Left the Game — Only to Return [VIDEOS]

Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas is considering taking a leave of absence from the ice, and even wrote in a Facebook message on Saturday that “hockey’s just not that important right now.”

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10 Aging Sports Stars Who Are Still Proving They’ve Got Game [VIDEOS]

Detroit Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom is hanging up his skates after 20 years with the team. The 42-year-old retires with 1,142 points in 1,564 games.

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Are Sports Fans Unrealistic About Athletes Playing Through Injuries?

In sports, there are cases of athletes playing through painful injuries, as well as athletes sitting out with relatively minor injuries. And through it all, there are always some kind of knee-jerk reactions from fans about whether or not a player should have played through the pain

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Are Athletes Better Thinkers Than the Rest of Us?

It turns out elite athletes aren’t just physically gifted — they may also have a special set of mental capabilities that allows them to achieve greatness, too.

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15 Famous Athletes Who Had a Good Cry in Public

Tom Hanks’s character Jimmy Dugan famously said in ‘A League Of Their Own’ that “There’s no crying in baseball.” But that warning hasn’t stopped some of professional sports’ top players from showing their softer side from time to time.

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10 Athletes Who’ve Tried to Make Comebacks in Smaller Leagues

Sometimes professional athletes just can’t walk away from the game they love, even if they that means seeking out a smaller stage to prove they still have some skills. Here are 10 athletes who’ve done just that — tried to come back by playing in a lesser league.

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Hope Solo and Other Athletes To Bare All in ESPN The Magazine ‘Body’ Issue

We knew a few months ago that US women's soccer goalie Hope Solo would be stripping down to her birthday suit in this years 'The Body' issue of ESPN the magazine. So who else will be joining her? The issue that combines art, sex appeal and sports will be filled with some pretty high profile athletes.

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Sports Fans Need To Be Held Accountable Too

In professional sports an athlete has to be cool against sometimes rabid fans, but when he or she loses his or her cool they have to pay. Why not the fan too?

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