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The newly elected Democratic nominee to replace disgraced former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. vowed to become a leader in the fight for federal gun control and directly challenged the National Rifle Association in her victory speech.
Phil Jackson imagines himself exploring the southern tropics next winter, or maybe circumnavigating the globe on a motorcycle.
The Los Angeles Lakers’ retiring coach doesn’t imagine returning to an NBA bench.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The former president of the security firm Blackwater has denied in sworn testimony that the company's contractors regularly used excessive force or that officials falsified travel documents.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Brett Favre sounds like a quarterback who’s thrown his last pass, at peace with the way his storied career could end on a blindside hit that slammed him to the turf and ended his all-time record durability streak.
With the Vikings quarterback situation completely up in the air Thursday, Favre said he still feels discomfort in his sprained shoulder and numbness in his hand — 11 days after the injury that kept him out of Minnesota’s last game against the New York Giants. He said “there’s no way” he would consider playing Monday night against the Chicago Bears with the same symptoms.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Wide receiver Vincent Jackson will report to the San Diego Chargers next week and sign his contract tender, his agent said Thursday.
By reporting Oct. 29, Jackson will be able to serve a three-game, team-imposed suspension on the roster exempt list, then play in the final six games to accrue his sixth season toward unrestricted free agency.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — San Diego Chargers holdout wide receiver Vincent Jackson can play in Week 5 if he’s traded by next Wednesday, the NFL and the players union decided Thursday.
The agreement helps clear the way for the Pro Bowler to be traded, provided the Chargers can agree to terms with another team.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lakers coach Phil Jackson will return next season, putting off retirement for at least another year to chase his 12th NBA championship.
Jackson made the announcement Thursday. The two-time defending champions’ coach said last week he was leaning toward retirement after another long season, but he changed his mind after getting a week to rest at his offseason home in Montana.
WHITEFISH, Mont. (AP) — Seeing Denver Nuggets coach George Karl sidelined last season with cancer will influence Phil Jackson’s upcoming decision on whether to return as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, the legendary coach said at a meeting of Western governors on Sunday.
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Phil Jackson thinks he is just about ready to walk away from his unparalleled NBA coaching career. The Los Angeles Lakers are all hoping he will change his mind in the next week.
Tarvaris Jackson has taken plenty of heat for his performance, and physically he’s been hurt a lot too over four NFL seasons. Last summer, he was brushed aside for Brett Favre.
For all Jackson has been beat up or bumped back, though, he can’t hide his smile.
The Minnesota Vikings re-signed backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson Monday as they wait for Brett Favre to decide if he will return for another season.
Jackson was a restricted free agent who was given a one-year tender worth $1.176 million.
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