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Fund Run will benefit Baltimore crime victims

Whether it’s domestic violence, robbery, assaults, child abuse or any other crimes, victims suffer a great deal of physical and emotional harm.

Serena Williams won't rush back after battling injuries in 2016

Serena Williams says she's sick and tired of playing at grand slams while injured.

Ravens Terrell Suggs and Steve Smith Sr. continue to work their way back

The Baltimore Ravens season opener was a game in which the team got to see two of their most important players return from injury. Both Steve Smith Sr. and Terrell Suggs ruptured their Achilles causing them to miss a significant ...

Steph Curry backs Clinton for president, will stand for anthem but supports protest

Two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry said he backs Hillary Clinton for president and that he'll "most likely" stand for the national anthem during the NBA season, though he supports Colin Kaepernick's ongoing protest.

Simone Biles and Aly Raisman on friendship and life after Rio

Simone Biles and Aly Raisman brought home more than just gold from Rio, they developed a lifelong friendship.

Devin Hester is an obvious choice for the Ravens

The Ravens were the obvious choice for new return man Devin Hester

Baltimore’s ‘Boys of Dunbar’ celebrated in new book

In the early 1980s, Dunbar High School enjoyed one of the most successful basketball programs in the nation. Most would argue that the school’s 1981-82 team, the Dunbar Poets, were the best ever.

Former NFL player writes children’s book

Tavon Mason, a former National Football League wide receiver for the New York Jets hung up his cleats and embraced a new position. In stark contrast to his former position on the field, Mason is now the author of a ...

FSU football player wins hearts sharing lunch

Travis Rudolph is a wide receiver at Florida State University. In a school lunchroom, he could probably sit anywhere he wanted, and it would automatically become the cool kids' table.

Sporting protests: Colin Kaepernick's stand is far from the first

From the howls of outrage emanating from some corners of the Twittersphere, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Colin Kaepernick's stand (or rather, knee) against institutional racism in the US was the first time a sports venue had been used ...

NFL star Colin Kaepernick sits in protest during national anthem

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sat in protest during the national anthem for a pre-season game, saying he would not honor a song nor "show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of ...

Breshad Perriman excited to be back on the field with Ravens

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman took the field Tuesday, August 23, 2016, after being cleared to return to practice. Perriman was happy to return after missing all of his rookie season with a knee injury.

Ravens TE Benjamin Watson is settling in with his new team

Benjamin Watson signed a 2-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens worth $7 million with $3 million guaranteed. He comes to the Ravens after posting a career year with the New Orleans Saints. Watson had 74 receptions for 825 yards and ...

Usain Bolt: How the world's fastest man built a business empire

Usain Bolt is more than a veteran Olympic star. He's a brand -- a track and field icon with an international following.

Gabby Douglas' mom: She's 'devastated' by online criticism

Imagine being the darling of the 2012 London Olympics, only to be criticized for your every move four years later in Rio.

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