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    Donna Kelce: Having both sons play in Super Bowl like winning the lottery

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  • The Last Thing: The Kelce Bowl

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  • ‘Greatest of all time’ Tom Brady retires after ‘unparalleled’ 23-year career

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  • Tom Brady announces he's retiring for good

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  • 'Boys in Blue' follows police and student athletes in Minneapolis

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  • Trump concocts dubious score to win his own golf tournament

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  • Rare: Obama and Bush face off, as ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith crowns Best “Presidential Athlete”

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  • The Last Thing: Rematch & recovery

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  • More Americans are 'die-hard' NFL fans over other sports, polling shows

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  • One-on-One with Stephen A. Smith

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  • Damar Hamlin released from Buffalo hospital

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  • Damar Hamlin out of Ohio ICU, moved to Buffalo hospital

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  • Bengals fans show support for Bills' Damar Hamlin

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  • Remembering Teddy Balkind

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  • Doctors: Damar Hamlin off ventilator, talking to family and friends

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  • Damar Hamlin making 'remarkable recovery,' doctors say

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  • Hockey Hall of Famer recounts having cardiac arrest during playoff game

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  • Bills player Hamlin remains hospitalized in critical condition

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  • Damar Hamlin’s Mid-Game Collapse Introduces New Focus on NFL Players’ Health

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  • Hamlin could have a good prognosis, says vascular cardiologist

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Astros players face new allegations as MLB cheating scandal escalates

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After MLB's damning report showing how the Houston Astros used an elaborate system of cameras, monitors and trash cans as percussion instruments to steal the pitching signs of opponents playing at Houston's Minute Maid Park, the league suspended Houston General Manager Jeff Luhnow and manager A.J. Hinch just an hour before the Astros fired them. Two other MLB managers have lost their jobs, New York Mets manager Carlos Beltrán and Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora. As new allegations swirl, The Athletic sportswriter and host of the podcast "The Lead" Kavitha Davidson joins Kendis Gibson to discuss.