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The World Cup could be expanded by eight teams to 40 if Gianni Infantino is elected FIFA president.
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson has been voted the major league player of the year and the AL outstanding player in the annual Players Choice Awards.
Seven of hockey's greatest players were welcomed into the Hall of Fame on Monday.
Cristiano Ronaldo walked the red carpet in London for the premiere of his new documentary and says he has no interest in being president of FIFA.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Zach Miller made a one-handed grab of a 25-yard touchdown pass from Jay Cutler with 3:19 to go, and the Chicago Bears beat the San Diego Chargers 22-19 on Monday night.
The University of Missouri's president stepped down on Monday after protests by the school's football team.
Coach Jeff Fisher announced the signing during his news conference, at first saying the parties were negotiating then getting the "thumbs up" from the front office. The Rams had the 34-year-old Wes Welker for a workout earlier in the day.
Ken Griffey Jr. and Trevor Hoffman are among 15 newcomers on this year's Hall of Fame ballot.
Rivera says the Panthers are reaching out to the family which had the sign that read "North Carolina Cheeseheads" with a Packers logo on it, taken away.
The team announced Monday that Pujols is expected to resume full baseball activities in 4 ½ months, which would be late in spring training. The surgery was last week in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The New England Patriots have put running back Dion Lewis on injured reserve, ending his season one day after a serious injury to his left knee in a win over Washington.
Denver Broncos star cornerback Aqib Talib was suspended one game without pay for poking Indianapolis tight end Dwayne Allen in his right eye in the waning minutes of Denver's 27-24 loss to the Colts on Sunday.
You can hear the Bears and Chargers on KPUG 1170AM beginning at 4:45pm.
An international anti-doping commission recommended that the Russian Athletics Federation be banned from the sport over widespread doping offenses - a move that could see the powerhouse Russian team banished from Olympic competition.
For the first time this season Ohio State is not the top team in The Associated Press Top-25 football poll.
Donovan McNabb will serve 18 days in an Arizona jail after pleaded guilty to a non-extreme DUI.
Black players on the University of Missouri football team say they will boycott practices, meetings and games until the university dismisses its president or he quits, contending he has not responded adequately to concerns about racism on campus.
Philadelphia quarterback Sam Bradford and wide receiver Jordan Matthews connected on a 41-yard touchdown on the first possession of overtime to give the Eagles a wild 33-27 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Monday, Nov. 9.