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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. | This time, there was no stunning comeback for Andrew Luck and the Colts.
SECAUCUS, N.J. | This time, the Houston Astros couldn't resist drafting Mark Appel with the No. 1 pick.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | Andrew Luck overthrew receivers, turned the ball over and couldn't get the Colts' offense going.
SECAUCUS, N.J. | Carlos Correa was all smiles when he heard his name announced, knowing he had made hometown history at the baseball draft.
A Super Sequel.
NEW YORK | For 20 months, Plaxico Burress cleaned toilets, mopped floors and served meals in prison, relying on his dream of returning to pro football to get through each day.
NEW YORK | Virginia left little doubt as to which team is No. 1 in college baseball right now.
NEW YORK | Rex Ryan has been called lots of things -- some nice, and others not-so-much -- during his two years as coach of the New York Jets.
ARLINGTON, Texas | Troy Polamalu whiffed on a tackle. James Harrison was nearly invisible.
Cold, wind and frozen turf. They make Pittsburgh's Heinz Field and Chicago's Soldier Field such forbidding places.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Shaun Ellis shakes his head when he thinks about all the blue and white confetti that fell around him after last year's AFC championship game.
NEW YORK | The Jets remain stranded in Chicago because of the blizzard that dumped more than 2 feet of snow in some spots in New Jersey, but the team is hoping to return home on its charter flight by Monday night.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Kerry Rhodes was watching film of Peyton Manning when something jumped off the screen.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Rex Ryan has his players -- and maybe just about everyone else these days -- believing in the New York Jets.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Bart Scott's home is a playground for adults.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Damien Woody and the rest of the New York Jets' offensive linemen have been inseparable for the last two seasons.
NEW YORK | Brett Favre informed the New York Jets on Wednesday he will retire after 18 seasons, ending a record-setting career in which he was one of the NFL's premier quarterbacks.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. | Dustin Keller heard the boos from Jets fans when his name was announced on draft day. He'll show them, he thought on that April afternoon.
GLENDALE, Ariz. | So, you think it's easy explaining, without hesitation or reservation, why the New England Patriots will complete a perfect season and win the Super Bowl?
Adrian Peterson's gaudy numbers are one thing. It's the way the Minnesota Vikings' rookie running back has burst into the NFL that has impressed seasoned veterans.
Alex Feinberg's eyes are immediately drawn to the wrists of college football players when he watches a game.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. | Randy Moss caught a long pass and stepped into the end zone, flashing the dominant playmaking ability that made him one of NFL's most feared wide receivers.
Long before George H.W. Bush stepped foot in the Oval Office, he strolled to the plate at the first College World Series.
NEW YORK | New York Jets kick returner Justin Miller was arrested early Sunday and charged with third-degree assault after a fight at a New York City nightclub.
PRO FOOTBALL | NFL MINICAMP
NEW YORK | It was Oscar De La Hoya's turn to take the podium, and he could hardly get a word in.
Two good friends who happen to be NFL coaches are already front-and-center in this Super Bowl, and kickoff is still two weeks away.
PRO FOOTBALL | AFC PLAYOFFS
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. | Laveranues Coles was clearly frustrated by the questions, one after another, about the New York Jets' struggling offense.
NEW YORK | Roy Williams has lots of respect for the coaching job Mark Few has done at Gonzaga. The North Carolina coach has another opinion of his good friend's abilities on the golf course.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. | Kevan Barlow watched game film all week of running backs zipping through the Chicago Bears' defense, and couldn't help but get excited.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. | D'Brickashaw Ferguson relaxed on the stool in front of his locker, shoes and socks off, when he was reminded of the unnerving task ahead: blocking Indianapolis sack specialist Dwight Freeney.
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Clemson's players and coaches showed little emotion when the Tigers were picked Monday as the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Division I baseball tournament. No cheers, no wild celebrations -- not yet.
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