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Najee Harris eager to show value as Steelers receiving threat
Harris -- and his hands -- figures to be used in a variety of ways as the Steelers attempt to overhaul the NFL's worst rushing unit from a season ago.[read more]

Unseeded Marshall tops IU for first soccer title
Jamil Roberts 98th-minute goal pushed Marshall past Indiana 1-0 in the College Cup final, as the Thundering Herd became the first unseeded team to win a men's soccer national title since Santa Clara in 2006.[read more]

Coveted transfer guard Martin leaves ASU for KU
Remy Martin, a 6-foot point guard who could be a preseason All-America selection next season after deciding to leave Arizona State, will transfer to Kansas, he told ESPN on Monday.[read more]

Ball, set to be RFA, 'would love' to return to Pels
Lonzo Ball will be a restricted free agent this summer, but he said Monday that he "would love" to return to the Pelicans after building a "bond" with his coaches and teammates.[read more]

Source: Patriots set to re-sign vet QB Hoyer
Brian Hoyer provides backup quarterback insurance for the Patriots as a potential starting competition unfolds ahead of him on the depth chart.[read more]

Sources: Kane tells Spurs he wants to leave
Harry Kane has told Tottenham he wants to leave the club this summer, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Mets' Pillar bloodied after taking fastball to face
Mets outfielder Kevin Pillar was drilled in the nose with a 94 mph fastball during Monday night's game.[read more]

Cole sets record for strikeouts without a walk
The Yankees' Gerrit Cole racked up a major league-record 61 strikeouts from the time he issued his last walk April 12 to his next one in the third inning Monday night.[read more]

Baffert banned from entering horses at Belmont
Trainer Bob Baffert has been temporarily suspended from entering horses at Belmont Park, the New York Racing Association announced. The decision means controversial Derby champ Medina Spirit will not run in the Belmont Stakes.[read more]

How 30 years ago a then-unknown John Daly helped a family dealing with tragedy
Thirty years ago, an anonymous ninth alternate won the PGA Championship. It was John Daly. As he triumphed, a family grieved, a father and husband killed at the tournament when he was struck by lightning. Daly and the family are forever linked.[read more]