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The New England Patriots began their voluntary offseason training activities program Monday, but quarterback Tom Brady was not expected to be in attendance this week, according to multiple reports.

(Reuters) - Former world number one Serena Williams will not be seeded at this year's French Open, according to the organizers of the May 27-June 10 claycourt grand slam.

Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre revealed that he went to rehab multiple times in addition to the one well-documented 1996 rehab stint during his playing days.

The NFL is expected to announce the locations for two more years of the Super Bowl when the owners meet this week in Atlanta.

Golden State Warriors small forward Andre Iguodala is listed as doubtful for Tuesday's Game 4 against the Houston Rockets with a left knee contusion.

Tim Collins' long road back to the major leagues reached its end when he was promoted by the Washington Nationals.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Los Angeles Angels have made it their mission to shield Japanese rookie Shohei Ohtani from overexposure in the early season, but as the two-way star proves his worth he may be forcing the team to loosen the reins on those limitations. The 23-year-old Ohtani has thus far over-delivered on the hype that followed his arrival in the major leagues, and in doing so signaled the Angels may need his talent more than he needs the team’s protection.

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian authorities are searching for 50 athletes and officials missing a month after the Commonwealth Games ended in the host city of the Gold Coast while another 190 are seeking asylum, the country's home affairs minister said on Tuesday.

Shohei Ohtani struck out nine over 7 2/3 innings, allowing two runs, as the host Los Angeles Angels snapped the Tampa Bay Rays' six-game winning streak and avoided a four-game sweep with a 5-2 win Sunday.

Stephen Curry says he "blacked out" when he turned to the crowd after a layup, removed his mouthpiece and screamed "This is my (expletive) house" during the Golden State Warriors' 126-85 blowout win over the Houston Rockets in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals Sunday in Oakland, Calif.

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