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Monday September 1, 2014
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  • Michael Sam watches pregame festivities before the start of the South Dakota State-Missouri game on Saturday. Sam, who played for Missouri last year, is first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team. He was released by the Rams on Saturday.

    Sam clears waivers, meets with Fisher

    The Rams appear unlikely to re-sign Sam to the 10-player practice squad because the defensive line is their strongest unit.

  • On Saturday, Adam Dunn, 44, was playing for the White Sox. Now he’s with Oakland, which is hoping he can boost their struggling offense.

    Athletics acquire Dunn from White Sox

    Oakland is hoping Dunn can help its struggling offense.

  • Ray McDonald

    49er McDonald accused of domestic violence

    Ray McDonald may be the first player to receive the tougher punishments announced last week by the NFL for players convicted of domestic violence.

  • New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick looks on from the sidelines during the second half of an NFL preseason football game against the New York Giants, Thursday in East Rutherford, N.J.

    Patriots cut Boyce, Aiken

    Second-year wide receiver Josh Boyce, who entered training camp favored to be New England's No. 1 kick returner, and long snapper Danny Aiken were among those cut as the Patriots got to the 53-player limit.

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Hall-Dale graduate Ryan Leach, who formerly pitches at Frankin Pierce College in New Hampshire, has pitched this summer for the Quebec Capitales of the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball.

Hall-Dale graduate Leach living baseball dream in Canada

The Farmingdale native is pitching for the Quebec Capitales of the Canadian American Association of Professional Baseball

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Evan Crawley and Travis Lazarczyk chat with Cony coach Robbie Vachon and quarterback Ben Lucas after Lobster Bowl practice at Hebron Academy.

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