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    Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne (87) runs away from New York Giants' Jayron Hosley (28) for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
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    10ThingstoSeeSports - Crystal Palace's Fraizer Campbell, left, competes for the ball with Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois during their English Premier League soccer match at Selhurst Park, London, Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, File)Here's a look at some of the defining moments, exciting scenes, triumphs and defeats from the world of sports.
  • Patriots' Brady hopes Peyton decides to play another year
    NFL: Divisional Round-Indianapolis Colts at Denver BroncosBy Frank Pingue PHOENIX (Reuters) - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hopes his counterpart with the Denver Broncos, future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning, returns for another NFL season...
  • Fame made ex-NFL star a target in murder case, lawyer says
    Former New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez listens during his trial as defense attorney Charles Rankin looks on while an image of Odin Lloyd is displayed on a monitor in Fall River MassachusettsBy Scott Malone and Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Mass. (Reuters) - Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez had no reason to kill the semiprofessional football player he is charged with murdering in 2013, but was targeted by law enforcement because of his fame, his attorneys argued on Thursday. The first of two murder trials that the one-time National Football League star faces this year opened in Massachusetts Superior Court in Fall River just days before his former team faces the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl in Phoenix, Arizona, 2,600 miles (4,184 kilometers) away. Prosecutors contend that Hernandez, 25, murdered Odin Lloyd in an industrial park near his North Attleborough, Massachusetts, home in June 2013, after a dispute regarding some people that Lloyd had spent time with at a nightclub, a charge that his lawyers vigorously opposed in their opening statements. "Aaron Hernandez is an innocent man," defense attorney Michael Fee told the jury.
  • 'Puppy Bowl' highlights cuteness, adoptions at Super Bowl
    Puppies tussle with a plush football at the "Puppy Bowl" in PhoenixWhile some NFL stars' off-field antics made headlines ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots, none are known to have chewed on each other...
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