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NFLManziel in domestic dispute

Browns backup quarterback Johnny Manziel admitted to police he drank alcohol before he was pulled over following a dispute with his girlfriend while driving on a highway. Manziel was questioned by Avon, Ohio, police following the incident with girlfriend Colleen Crowley. A witness told police Crowley was attempting to exit Manziel's speeding vehicle as the quarterback tried to keep her in the car. Police said Manziel told them he had two alcoholic drinks earlier in the day. Manziel wasn't charged and Crowley told police she didn't want to press charges.

MEDIAErin Andrews suit asks $75M

Sportscaster and TV host Erin Andrews is seeking a $75-million judgment against the Marriott hotel chain and a man who admitted making secret nude tapes of her in 2008. The lawsuit filed in Nashville in 2010 was amended this week to include the dollar amount the former ESPN reporter is suing for on the basis of negligence and invasion of privacy.


Steele keeps lead

Brendan Steele had to settle for pars on the closing three holes at Silverado and shot a second-round 2-under-par 70, but he still kept his lead in the Open.


Orlando beats NYC FC

Cyle Larin scored twice in an 8-minute span in the second half and host Orlando City beat New York City FC, 2-1, last night to keep its playoff hopes alive. Kwame Watson-Siriboe gave NYC (10-16-7) a 1-0 lead in the second minute of first-half stoppage time.

TENNISNadal tops Wawrinka

Rafael Nadal beat a top-five player for the first time in more than a year with a 6-2, 6-1 win over Stan Wawrinka to reach the semifinals of the Shanghai Masters. Novak Djokovic also advanced, holding off Bernard Tomic, 7-6 (6), 6-1. -- AP

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