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Follow 105.3 The Fan for the latest Dallas Cowboys news. The league filed paperwork asking U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant to make a decision by September 14; otherwise, the league would take the case to the 5th Circuit U.S. The Judge said in his opinion (as a wink wink to the other Judge) that the standard for a temporary restraining order is the same as a permanent injunction (which is true).
  • Aussies in NBA: Simmons the first Australian to record a triple-double

    Aussies in NBA: Simmons the first Australian to record a triple-double

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    In addition to all of that, Simmons is the first player to produce a double-double in their first four National Basketball Association games since Shaquille O'Neal in his rookie season. With his output today, Simmons joins Oscar Robertson and Hambone Williams as the only players to record a triple-double within their first four career games.
  • Le'Veon Bell Destroys Dre Kirkpatrick with Stiff Arm

    Le'Veon Bell Destroys Dre Kirkpatrick with Stiff Arm

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    Then Mixon never saw the ball in the second half. It led to Boswell's fifth field goal, a 25-yarder, to give him 11 field goals in the Steelers' last two games against the Bengals. Then the Bengals' defense allowed them to move swiftly down the field due in large part due to a coverage error by William Jackson III (not continuing to sink in cover two on 2nd and 17) and an unnecessary pass interference penalty by Dre Kirkpatrick .
  • NIA arrests Hizbul chief's son in 2011 terror funding case

    NIA arrests Hizbul chief's son in 2011 terror funding case

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    The case dates back to 2011 when foreign money was allegedly pumped into Kashmir to fund terror activities. " Syed Shahid Yusuf , over the years, has been receiving and collecting funds through global wire money transfer from Aijaz Ahmad Bhat", Greater Kashmir reported quoting a statement by NIA.
  • 'Disappointed' Koeman bids farewell to Everton following sacking

    'Disappointed' Koeman bids farewell to Everton following sacking

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    After Dutchman Frank de Boer , who lasted all of 77 days at Crystal Palace, Leicester City fired Craig Shakespeare last Tuesday and Everton parted ways with Ronald Koeman on Monday. The 44-year-old, who had two spells as a player at Goodison from 1992-97 and 1998-2004 making 350 appearances and scoring 40 goals, is likely to remain in place for the Premier League visits to Leicester and Watford - either side of the Europa League trip to Lyon - before the worldwide break.
  • Focused Investors LLC Sold A Little More International Business Machines (IBM) Stock

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    The firm has "Neutral" rating by Citigroup given on Wednesday, October 18. The company was upgraded on Thursday, August 27 by S&P Research. Wedbush initiated the shares of IBM in report on Thursday, August 3 with "Hold" rating. Nikko Asset Management Americas Inc accumulated 79,700 shares. (NYSE: IBM ). Armstrong Henry H Associate, a Pennsylvania-based fund reported 8,694 shares.
  • Ryan Giggs interested in Everton and Leicester jobs - Sky reports

    Ryan Giggs interested in Everton and Leicester jobs - Sky reports

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    The former winger left the club when Jose Mourinho took charge in the summer of 2016, and he was interviewed for the managerial position at Swansea a year ago, but didn't get the role. The former midfielder had made the decision to take a sabbatical from football, though still maintained that he has always meant to return to management with an ambitious club.
  • Verstappen bemused by

    Verstappen bemused by "weird rule" penalty, happy with US GP performance

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    Max Verstappen received a post-race time penalty for gaining an unfair advantage by leaving the track while passing Kimi Raikkonen for third place on the final lap of the F1 US Grand Prix Sunday. As his fury became heightened, he even called on fans to avoid next year's US Grand Prix in a protest to this decision . "So we complained about that and we agreed all together that the stewards would not interfere - very simple".
  • Wenger ready to unleash Arsenal big guns against Norwich

    Wenger ready to unleash Arsenal big guns against Norwich

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    Fortunately, we have important games every week so I give competition to everybody. "It's really a strong point of the club at the moment". "We went to the final with a very young team and almost won it", he added. Wenger has yet to win the League Cup as he has always used it as a competition to blood his youngsters, but this season he sees no reason why they can not taste glory.
  • David Unsworth eyes Everton job after Ronald Koeman sacking

    David Unsworth eyes Everton job after Ronald Koeman sacking

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    However Manchester United legend Giggs revealed that he is keen on a place in the Goodison Park hot seat as Koeman's permanent successor. Giggs was appointed interim manager after David Moyes' departure from Manchester United in 2014, before accepting an assistant managerial position under Louis Van Gaal.
  • Broncos sticking with Trevor Siemian as starter

    Broncos sticking with Trevor Siemian as starter

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    One day after the Broncos were shut out for the first time in 25 years, coach Vance Joseph declared they would not make a change at quarterback. "Absolutely. Now he hasn't been flawless, either, he can play better, absolutely, but it's not a Trevor problem; it's a unit problem. And backup-to-the-backup quarterback Paxton Lynch has returned to throwing workouts but is still on the shelf with a shoulder injury.
  • Liverpool failed to heed Jurgen Klopp defensive warnings - Philippe Coutinho

    Liverpool failed to heed Jurgen Klopp defensive warnings - Philippe Coutinho

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    Following the summer-long saga surrounding the future of playmaker Philippe Coutinho amid continuing links with - and rejected offers from - Barcelona , reports that he could move to the Camp Nou in the winter have resurfaced. We do not talk about that, why should we? Balague told Sky Sports: "If you ask most people they will agree it doesn't make much sense for Liverpool to sell Coutinho in January but Barcelona will still try".
  • Carolina Panthers: Offensive woes halt momentum in loss to Bears

    Carolina Panthers: Offensive woes halt momentum in loss to Bears

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    Whether it is firing Shula, Ron Rivera , overhauling the offense, or one of the less likely options, make a change at quarterback. The strategy put considerable strain on the defense, which had to play 69 snaps and gut out stops on minimal rest after the Bears went three-and-out on five consecutive possessions to begin the second half.
  • Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks leave Eagles-Redskins game with scary injuries

    Jason Peters, Jordan Hicks leave Eagles-Redskins game with scary injuries

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    The injury occurred after Peters was in pass protection against linebacker Ryan Anderson when nose tackle Ziggy Hood fell onto Peters' right knee causing it to buckle. The Eagles later announced Peters would not return to the game. Halapoulivaati Vaitai moved from right tackle to left tackle to replace Peters while Lane Johnson entered at right tackle.
  • Luke Shaw set to feature for Manchester United vs. Swansea

    Luke Shaw set to feature for Manchester United vs. Swansea

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    Jose Mourinho's men were back at work this morning after suffering an embarrassing 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield on Saturday. Manager Paul Clement confirmed that Roque Mesa will start the game , while Sam Clucas, Nathan Dyer, Ki Sung-Yueng, Wayne Routledge and Oliver McBurnie could all be involved.
  • Driver who crashed into Patriots' Harvey Langi faces drug, alcohol charges

    Driver who crashed into Patriots' Harvey Langi faces drug, alcohol charges

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    Not much has come out regarding the situation at hand outside of the fact that Langi's wife, Cassidy, remains hospitalized and the undrafted free agent from BYU has been listed as out with a back injury since the accident. Police believe Conroy was driving about 50 miles per hour when he rear-ended Langi's auto at a stoplight. Conroy's license was revoked indefinitely after the crash as an "immediate threat", according to the Department of Transportation.