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NFL baller Deshaun Watson has been accused of sexual assault, here’s what you need to know

Sexual assault allegations are riling up much of modern America. This time allegations have hit none other than Deshaun Watson who has been accused of SA by an apparent massage therapist who claims that he assaulted her during a routine self-care appointment. His lawyer, however, might want to stop posting on social media because he isn't making it any better. Per VladTV, his lawyer posted text messages online that appear to show that he apologized for allegedly making the woman feel uncomfortable but did not elaborate what the message meant.
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New details emerge in the crash that nearly killed sports legend Tiger Woods

According to the Los Angeles Sheriff 's Office sports legend Tiger Woods is lucky to be alive. TMZ reports that it appears that Tiger had been seen speeding roughly a half-an-hour before the crash. Woods had been spotted leaving a nearby hotel that morning shortly after 7am. TMZ notes that Woods was apparently seen angry and agitated before he left the hotel due to a delay in driving off. The crash was reportedly so bad he had to be manually removed from his vehicle.
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Keyontae Johnson, who collapsed mid-court, is awake and speaking: Family

The family of Florida Gators’ forward Keyontae Johnson has confirmed that the basketball star is indeed awake and talking. Despite such it remains unclear as to why the Gators’ star actually collapsed on the court. ESPN reports that be collapsed; and then he was initially placed in a medically induced coma after the incident. "We feel so much love and support from everyone, and we're beyond grateful for the care and attention that Keyontae has received throughout these past several days," his parents' statement says.
This NFL’er was so ready for a second chance, his plan, worked
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This NFL’er was so ready for a second chance, his plan, worked

TEXAS - If there's a will, there's a way, at least for one former baller who was "Starving For Success". Some six weeks ago, Joe Anderson,  took it upon himself to create a sign that said "Starving for Success" "Will run Routes for Food" and stood outside a stadium where the NFL was practicing.Among the other readings of the sign: "Will Run Routes 4 food," it continued, along with the hashtags #Whateverittakes, #UnderDog, #IBelieve, and #Hungry.  His message and sign went viral after he posted it on Instagram, and Tuesday, Anderson was signed to the New York Jets practice team. 
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