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NFL mock draft 4.0: At No. 4, will Raiders go different direction than receiver? – USA TODAY


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NFL mock draft 4.0: At No. 4, will Raiders go different direction than receiver?
USA TODAY
Perriman doesn’t have to be the man right away, he just needs to do a better job than Mike Wallace did of pulling safeties out of the box. Other considerations? Maybe Miami makes a bid for Gurley. The Dolphins also need help at corner, guard and
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Baltimore Riots 2015: Anger Festers Under Curfew-Induced Calm – International Business Times


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Baltimore Riots 2015: Anger Festers Under Curfew-Induced Calm
International Business Times
But despite the peaceful nature of the protest at the corner of Pennsylvania and Washington Avenues, and people mostly obeying the new 10 p.m. curfew, anger and frustration over how police treat Baltimore’s black residents still came through. On Carey
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It's time for Tom Dienhart's annual All-Big Ten Spring Football Team – Big Ten Network


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It’s time for Tom Dienhart’s annual All-Big Ten Spring Football Team
Big Ten Network
Will start at guard in the fall but had to take over at No. 1 center after Dan Voltz went down midway through spring. OL Robert Kugler, Purdue. The unabashed leader of the offense, Kugler is an anchor at center for a line with promise. Yes, he’s a bit

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Baltimore on edge as National Guard patrols streets, with real test coming … – OregonLive.com


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Baltimore on edge as National Guard patrols streets, with real test coming
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Maryland National Guardsmen patrol near downtown businesses in Baltimore, Tuesday, April 28, 2015, a day after looting and arson erupted following the funeral of Freddie Gray. Gray died from spinal injuries about a week after he was arrested and …
City on Edge: National Guard patrolling streets of Baltimore against unrestWABC-TV
Baltimore on edge as National Guard takes up positions; city remains under curfewThe Delaware County Daily Times
Baltimore finds fragile calm while awaiting answers to man’s deathReuters
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Police clash with protesters in Baltimore; National Guards takes p positions – Minneapolis Star Tribune


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Police clash with protesters in Baltimore; National Guards takes p positions
Minneapolis Star Tribune
BALTIMORE — A line of police behind riot shields hurled tear gas canisters and fired pepper balls at as many as 200 protesters Tuesday night to enforce a citywide curfew, imposed after the worst outbreak of rioting in Baltimore since 1968

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Rape charges dropped against former Louisville guard Chris Jones – CBSSports.com


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Rape charges dropped against former Louisville guard Chris Jones
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Former Louisville guard Chris Jones was cleared on all charges of rape and sodomy by a Jefferson County (Ky.) grand jury on Wednesday. Jones and two co-defendants were not indicted on rape charges following two days of testimony earlier this week.

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Townsend: Perhaps Mavericks have finally discovered how to exploit Houston's … – Dallas Morning News


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Townsend: Perhaps Mavericks have finally discovered how to exploit Houston’s
Dallas Morning News
Entering the series, Dallas seemed to have an edge at point guard, with the Rockets missing starter Patrick Beverley, who is out with a torn ligament in his left wrist. Beverley’s injury forced Houston to start 37-year-old Jason Terry at the point, a
Wrong night for Rockets’ offense to suddenly go off the railsHouston Chronicle

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