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  1. Storm wins fourth straight

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    TAMPA — Randy Hippeard's 3-yard pass to Joe Hills with 3.7 seconds remaining gave the Storm a fourth straight victory, 53-47 over Washington at Amalie Arena on Saturday night.

  2. Ricky Williams still high on cannabis use, and now he's talking about it

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    Ricky Williams, the former Miami Dolphins running back whose career and reputation were tarnished by marijuana use, is now a national spokesman for cannabis use.

  3. Storm recovers late fumble, wins third straight at Washington

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    The Storm pulled off its third straight dramatic victory, 41-33 at Washington as the Valor lost a fumble after reaching the 1-yard line in the final minute Saturday.

  4. FSU's Travis Rudolph trying to overcame father's death, make Giants team

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    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — A Florida State wide receiver who warmed hearts by sitting with an autistic school child at lunch last year is attempting to overcome his own adversity and make the New York Giants.

    New York Giants' Travis Rudolph talks to reporters during NFL football rookie minicamp, Friday, May 12, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) NJJC103
  5. 'I feel lost': Nick Buoniconti of the 1972 Miami Dolphins tells sad story of his decline

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    Something is very wrong with Nick Buoniconti, one of the best-known players on the vaunted 1972 Miami Dolphins, the only NFL team to go undefeated and win a Super Bowl.

  6. Storm rallies for 62-55 victory over Baltimore

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    BALTIMORE — Randy Hippeard's eighth touchdown pass of the game, a 3-yarder to Lamark Brown with five seconds left, gave the Tampa Bay Storm a dramatic 62-55 victory over Baltimore on Sunday afternoon.

  7. Storm falls in home opener

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    TAMPA — The Storm gave defending Arena League champion Philadelphia a challenge, but the Soul pulled out a 56-52 victory before 9,071 at Tampa Bay's home opener Saturday at Amalie Arena.

  8. Storm wins season opener

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    CLEVELAND — Randy Hippeard threw for six touchdowns, including on three straight fourth-quarter possessions to keep a two-score advantage, and the Storm won their season opener 46-40 over Cleveland on Saturday night.

  9. New faces dot the Storm roster for opener

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    TAMPA — Storm fans would be wise to locate a program before Tampa Bay kicks off the Arena Football League season tonight at Cleveland. The team will again be in the familiar blue and gold but a roster will come in handy.

    Tampa Bay Storm quarterback Randy Hippeard (17) looks to pass against the New Orleans VooDoo during the Tampa Bay Storm's season opener at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Friday, March 14, 2014 in Tampa, Florida.  The Storm defeated the VooDoo 62-57.
  10. David Whitley: Hey, Raiders: Orlando could be your temporary home before Vegas

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    ORLANDO — They scoffed at Columbus when he set sail to find the New World. Nobody thought the Wright Brothers would get their idea off the ground.

    Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis, right, emerges from the NFL football annual meetings with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, left, after owners approved the move of the Raiders to Las Vegas, Monday, March 27, 2017, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) AZRF102