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  • Not a surprise Mickelson didn't face charges in money laundering case
    Federal prosecutors have laid out an interesting scenario involving millions of dollars that Outside the Lines is reporting came from PGA golfer Phil Mickelson and ended up being laundered as part of a sports gambling operation. A 56-year-old former sports gambling handicapper, acting as a conduit for an offshore gambling operation, pleaded guilty last week to laundering approximately $2.75 million that two sources told Outside the Lines was Mickelson's money. According to court documents, in March 2010, Greg Silveira -- a participant in "an illegal gambling operation which accepted and placed bets on sporting events" -- accepted a wire transfer of $2.75 million, which he knew was part of "illegal sports betting." The money, according to the documents, came from a "gambling client" and had been transferred into Silveira's Wells Fargo Bank account. Three days later, Silveira transferred $2.475 million and then $275,000 into another of his Wells Fargo...
  • Boy Who Never Gives Up Overcomes Physical Challenge to Excel at Sports
    Aidan has defied a doctor's predictions by dominating in football, soccer, basketball and baseball.
  • Brief history of strange moments for kickers, punters
    It's not an uncommon belief in the football world that punters and kickers should concentrate on their jobs, keep their mouths shut and stay invisible. But some members of the kicking fraternity can't seem to resist the limelight. The latest instance came Friday, when New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford popped off about Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez in a radio interview.?? Eagles center Jason Kelce returned fire Monday with some spicy language on Twitter, prompting Weatherford to return to the airwaves later in the day -- either to clarify or backpedal from his comments, depending on your perspective.?? With that in mind, ESPN.com revisits some of the most audacious things NFL punters and kickers have said and done in recent years: Caleb Sturgis: The Miami Dolphins??kicker injured his left quad playing kickball...
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  • The Latest: Wimbledon Runner-up Eugenie Bouchard Loses
    The Latest: Wimbledon runner-up Eugenie Bouchard loses in 1st round at this year's tournament

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