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Hurd gets 15 years in prison

Hurd gets 15 years in prison Updated Nov 13, 2013
A nervous, repentant Sam Hurd stood before U.S. District court judge Jorge A. Solis on Wednesday in federal court in Dallas and begged for forgiveness and leniency, calling himself "the stupidest drug guy ever." The government had recommended …
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    NFL Legends Receive Diagnosis

    Nov 13
    NFL greats Tony Dorsett, Joe DeLamielleure and Leonard Marshall recently received the diagnosis that they have signs of CTE, the degenerative brain disease linked to depression and dementia and attributed by some scientists to head trauma.
  • Video - Should There Be Major Changes In Dallas? 06:42

    Should There Be Major Changes In Dallas?

    Nov 13
    Jeff Saturday, Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' statement that there are no major changes coming for the Dallas Cowboys' coaching staff.

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    Nov 14
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    Nov 13
    The Thunder and Clippers got testy, but Blake Griffin stood tallest at the end
  • New York Knicks discussing Iman Shumpert trade, but no deal imminent

    Nov 13
    The New York Knicks have discussed numerous potential trade scenarios featuring guard Iman Shumpert to bolster their injury-depleted front line, but no deal is imminent, according to sources close to the process.
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    Nov 13
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