Forty-niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players are named in a Miami police report involving a woman who passed out while drinking with the players and later woke up in a hospital not knowing how she got there, authorities said. No one has been charged with a crime. Niners WR Quinton Patton and Seahawks WR Ricardo Lockette were also with the unnamed woman on April 1 at ICON Viceroy Hotel on Brickell Avenue, where Lockette lives, according to police, who stressed that there are only unproven allegations. The woman, who said she had a past sexual relationship with Kaepernick, said the players told her that to have a drink she had to "hit the bong which contained marijuana."
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Deal puts Rowdies home games on TV
The Rowdies announced a partnership agreement with WTTA-Ch. 38 that will include all 13 Saturday night home soccer games broadcast live, starting with Saturday's 7:30 game against Edmonton. Play-by-play broadcaster Jim Henderson and color commentator Trevor DeGroot will call the games, with Jenn Holloway the sideline reporter.
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Tampa's Farmer is top Paralympian
American sled hockey player Declan Farmer, 16, was voted by the public as the International Paralympic Committee's best male athlete of the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. The forward from Tampa had three goals and two assists in the run to the title.
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"Nothing better than playoffs in a big market. I'm excited about it."
Rangers' Marty St. Louis, obtained from the Lightning last month, on playing at Madison Square Garden