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Love him or hate him, everyone wants a piece of Tom Brady

The "Deflategate" scandal could still cost Tom Brady a four-game suspension next season but the New England Patriots quarterback is thriving when it comes merchandise sales in the NFL.

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Moscow confirmed to host 2018 World Cup opener, final

The Luzhniki stadium will host both the opening match and final of the 2018 World Cup after the match schedule was confirmed by FIFA on Friday.

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Friday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of today's biggest sports stories, Friday, July 24.

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We beat Iran (in robot soccer)

The annual gathering of robotic whizz-kids and industry leaders features events ranging from football to simulated rescue operations.

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LeBron James’ new movie deal sparks ‘Space Jam’ rumors

The Cleveland Cavaliers star has scored a new deal with Warner Bros. Entertainment, for projects in TV and film.

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WATCH: 20 years of goals in Major League Soccer

Check out some of the best goals ever in the history of Major League Soccer.

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NBA: Playoff format change could be coming

The league is leaning toward not guaranteeing a playoff spot to a team that wins its division.

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Djokovic, Williams head elite fields for U.S. Open

The U.S. Open will be played from Aug. 31 to Sept. 13 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York.

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This ‘fan of the game’ is on the struggle bus

This young Anaheim fan is having a good day at the ballpark - but a bad day with his hotdog.

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Thursday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, July 23.

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U.N. sports adviser says non-European should lead FIFA reform

FIFA announced it would form a task force to propose reforms aimed at cleaning itself up.

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PREVIEW: RBC Canadian Open

The PGA TOUR heads to Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario for the RBC Canadian Open and 13 Canadian golfers are in their field, all looking to hoist the trophy in their homeland.

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Peterson and Vikings restructure three-year deal

The Vikings star could play out the rest of his career in Minnesota.

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PGA Tour winner Bae ordered to sign up for army

South Korean golfer Bae Sang-Moon will return home to complete his military service after losing a legal battle to defer his conscription.

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Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, July 22.

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U.S. authorities end criminal case against Barry Bonds

The U.S. Department of Justice will not appeal a court ruling that cleared baseball player Barry Bonds of obstruction of justice in a probe over steroids.

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Formula One stars gather for Jules Bianchi’s funeral

Bianchi's car No. 17 is being retired as a mark of respect to the late star, who is the first Formula One driver to die following a Grand Prix crash in more than 20 years.

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Vikings Stadium gets innovative ‘see through’ roof

Nearly 60 percent of the Minnesota Vikings' new home will be covered by a revolutionary material that lets light in but keeps weather out - a first of its kind for an NFL stadium.

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NBA’s first female coach continues to make history

The NBA's first female summer league head coach has led her team to the title.

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WATCH: Fowling combines two sports Americans love

It's like bowling but with a twist ... or maybe a spiral.

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