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DE MAGEE CITED FOR POT POSSESSION

BUCS

Bucs defensive end Alex Magee was cited for marijuana possession at a traffic stop Monday.

At about 1:15 p.m., an officer pulled over Magee's 2009 black Dodge Charger at Kennedy Boulevard and Nebraska Avenue for having an expired tag, according to the Tampa Police Department. The officer smelled marijuana, searched the car and found a small amount of the drug.

Magee, 24, was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and driving with a tag that has been expired for more than six months. Because the amount of marijuana warranted only a misdemeanor charge, the officer issued Magee a citation and a court date and let him go.

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MORE NFL

League could seek WADA's testing help

The NFL might turn to the World Anti-Doping Agency to oversee testing of players for performance-enhancing drugs, the New York Times reported, one of many changes it is mulling if forced by the courts to operate without a new collective bargaining agreement. WADA's involvement could eventually lead to players being blood tested for human growth hormone for the first time.

The league filed papers asking a federal appeals court to vacate a preliminary injunction that briefly lifted its lockout. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has a hearing scheduled for June 3.

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GOLF

Els lead Hall of Fame induction class

Ernie Els, 41, who has won 62 times around the world including three majors, was among six people inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine. Other inductees: Doug Ford, the late Jock Hutchison, Japan's Jumbo Ozaki, former President George H.W. Bush and late TV producer Frank Chirkinian.

RANKINGS: Tiger Woods dropped to No. 8 in the world after England's Paul Casey passed him for seventh.

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SOCCER

U.S. roster ready for women's World Cup

With key veterans such as goalkeeper Hope Solo and defender Heather Mitts healthy, U.S. women's coach Pia Sundhage released the roster (above) for the World Cup in Germany. Mitts, who had been struggling with a hamstring injury, and star scorer Abby Wambach are former standouts at Florida. The Americans open June 28 against North Korea, then face Colombia on July 2 and Sweden on July 6 in group play.

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ET CETERA

HORSES: Archarcharch, injured during Saturday's Kentucky Derby, was retired from racing after surgery on a fractured left front leg turned up additional cartilage damage.

TENNIS: Novak Djokovic can claim the No.1 ranking for the first time if he wins this week's Italian Open in Rome and top-ranked Rafael Nadal fails to reach the semifinals.

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U.S. women's World Cup roster

Goalkeepers: Nicole Barnhart, Jill Loyden, Hope Solo

Defenders: Rachel Buehler, Stephanie Cox, Ali Krieger, Amy LePeilbet, Heather Mitts, Christie Rampone, Becky Sauerbrunn

Midfielders: Shannon Boxx, Tobin Heath, Lori Lindsey, Carli Lloyd, Heather O'Reilly, Megan Rapinoe, Lindsay Tarpley

Forwards: Lauren Cheney, Alex Morgan, Amy Rodriguez, Abby Wambach

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