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NFLBengals' Jones arrested

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones was arrested early Sunday in Cincinnati on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Jones, 27, was jailed around 3 a.m. Cincinnati media outlets reported documents filed in court accuse Jones of being disorderly and shouting profanities in a bar and trying to pull away as officers arrested him.

Jones denied the allegations in an interview with WCPO-TV after leaving jail. His career has been marred by off-the-field troubles, including at least six arrests and a dozen instances that involved police intervention.

Report: Vrabel retiring

The Columbus Dispatch, citing sources, reported Saturday night that Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel will retire Monday and join the staff at Ohio State, his alma mater. The 14-year NFL veteran won three Super Bowls with the Patriots.

Former Notre Dame star dies

Pete Duranko, an outstanding defensive lineman on Notre Dame's 1966 national champions who went on to play eight years for the Broncos, has died of Lou Gehrig's disease. He was 67.

TENNISSpain ousts U.S. in Davis Cup

Spain's David Ferrer beat Mardy Fish, 7-5, 7-6 (3), 5-7, 7-6 (5), in Austin, Texas, clinching a victory over the United States in a Davis Cup quarterfinal. Playing without world No. 2 Rafael Nadal, Spain went 3-0 in singles. Spain, which will host France in a semifinal Sept. 16-18, is seeking its third Davis Cup championship in four years.

HORSE RACINGKing's Bishop next for 'Mo'?

Last year's 2-year-old champion, Uncle Mo, is scheduled to arrive Monday at Saratoga after a flight from Kentucky and a van ride from Albany. The colt was suffering from a rare liver ailment, but trainer Todd Pletcher said Uncle Mo's bloodwork is normal after two months at WinStar Farm. Pletcher said if all goes well, Mike Repole's colt could return Aug. 27 in the 7-furlong King's Bishop Stakes at Saratoga. -- ED McNAMARA

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