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Harvin out until at least November

Percy Harvin explored the possibility of playing through the pain. But in the end, he and the doctors involved decided on surgery. Harvin announced on his Twitter account Tuesday that he will have surgery to repair a torn hip labrum that has been bugging him since the spring. A source told FOX Sports that...
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Bandon Dunes to host USGA Four-Ball Championship

SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Golf Association wanted to make a splash in its selection of sites for the new U.S. Amateur Four-Ball championship announced earlier this year. Just a year after hosting the U.S. Open, The Olympic Club in San Francisco was selected Monday to host the inaugural men’s four-ball championship in 2015. Bandon...
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49ers’ experienced O-line ready for new challenge

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – In unison, offensive linemen Alex Boone, Joe Staley and Adam Snyder stood up from their post-practice ice baths and headed for the locker room to prepare for afternoon meetings. ”Invite only,” an always-animated Boone cracked. ”You can’t just hop into that group. That’s a tub club.” And he’s not joking.
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Eagles’ offense could be slowed by refs

Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly’s plan to rush the offense may have hit a snag. Kelly was known for running each play as quickly as possible, eliminating stoppages in play, during his tenure at Oregon. He was expected to bring that same philosophy to the NFL game, taxing defenses. But according to the Wall...
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Kitsap avoids sweep by Gems

BREMERTON, Wash. — The Klamath Falls Gems failed to complete a sweep of the Kitsap BlueJackets on Monday night, falling 5-1 in the series finale. The BlueJackets snapped Klamath Falls’ four-game winning streak and moved the Gems five games out of playoff contention in the West Coast League’s South Division. Voice of the Gems...
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Video: Mariota says Ducks won’t miss a beat

Oregon QB Marcus Mariota previews the Ducks’ 2013 season including his relationship with new head coach Mark Helfrich.
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Cal opens fall camp with QB questions

SAN FRANCISCO – When California opens its first fall camp under new coach Sonny Dykes, the top priority will be identifying the starting quarterback. The Golden Bears came out of spring ball with junior Austin Hinder, redshirt freshman Zach Kline and freshman Jared Goff in the mix to take over the offense when practice starts...
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Harvin’s 2nd opinion coming next week

RENTON, Wash. – Wide receiver Percy Harvin will get a second opinion on his sore hip next week in New York, and Seattle coach Pete Carroll says all options remain for how the injury is handled. Speaking after practice on Saturday, Carroll said the range for treatment is still unknown. He said Harvin could be...
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Broncos’ Ramirez steps in at center

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – One practice in and Manny Ramirez has yet to send any snaps sailing over Peyton Manning’s head that would incur the wrath of his quarterback. That’s a good start for the Denver Broncos’ newest center. Granted, there were a few slightly off-target — making Manning have to reach up to grab —...
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Cribbs relishes tackling as much as returns

NAPA, Calif. – There’s no arguing that Josh Cribbs will go down as one of the top special teams players in NFL history. He already shares the record for career kickoff return touchdowns and has done pretty well as a punt returner over the years. One of the Oakland Raiders’ most significant offseason acquisitions, Cribbs...
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