A United States District judge on Monday granted the NHL’s motion to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit filed against the league by the parents of Derek Boogaard, who died of an overdose in 2011. Boogaard, a defenseman who played for the Minnesota Wild and New York Rangers, died at age 28 of an accidental overdose
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The family of a former Pittsburg State college football player who killed himself in 2014 is suing the NCAA, questioning the governing body’s handling of concussions, including more than 100 they say factored into Zack Langston’s death. The federal lawsuit filed Friday in Kansas City also accuses the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph said safety Will Parks‘ domestic violence arrest this past March and Parks’ social media gaffe last week when the second-year safety posted two plays from practice on Snapchat were “two separate issues.” To that end, Joseph said Parks could still face punishment for violating the league’s personal
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EAST LANSING, Mich. — Three Michigan State football players have been charged with sexual assault related to an alleged January attack, according to a statement from the Ingham County prosecutor Monday afternoon. “I have decided to authorize sexual assault charges against the three persons whose warrants were requested by the MSU Police,” prosecutor Carol Siemon
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Colin Kaepernick‘s journey from fresh-faced upstart to $126 million sensation to NFL pariah has unfolded without evaluators fundamentally changing what they thought about his skills. What has changed, acutely, is how evaluators perceive Kaepernick’s mindset and prospects for development. Although those perceptions changed long before Kaepernick, a free agent, ever knelt during an anthem in
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