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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he will not appeal the team's sanctions in the deflated football scandal. Commissioner Roger Goodell (guh-DEHL') fined New England $1 million and took away two draft picks, including a first-round next year. Kraft says he wants to put the league's interest above that of his team.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — John Calipari says he's not interested in the New Orleans Pelicans' coaching job and is happy at Kentucky. The Pelicans fired Monty Williams a week ago and the team's NBA roster features former Kentucky star Anthony Davis and Tyreke (ty-REEK') Evans, who played for Calipari at Memphis.
UNDATED (AP) — Former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson says he is transferring to Florida State, where he will have the chance to replace Jameis (JAY'mihs) Winston. Golson graduated from Notre Dame on Sunday. He will be immediately eligible to play under NCAA graduate transfer rules.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth has been put on the 15-day disabled list with a bruised left wrist after getting hit by a pitch. Werth was injured Friday against the San Diego Padres. His second stint on the DL this season is retroactive to Saturday.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — James Hinchcliffe's girlfriend says the IndyCar driver is awake and communicating, less than 24 hours after undergoing surgery on his left thigh. He was injured in a crash yesterday during practice for Sunday's Indianapolis 500.
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