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UNDATED (AP) — Running back Marshawn Lynch will sit out Seattle's wild-card game Sunday at Minnesota, while tight end Luke Wilson is out due to a concussion. Lynch had been a full participant in practice this week after he underwent abdominal surgery on Nov. 25. And the Steelers will be without starting running back DeAngelo Williams for Saturday's wildcard game at Cincinnati because of a right foot injury.

NEW YORK (AP) — Oakland's Khalil (KUH'-leel) Mack has become the first player in NFL history to be named to The Associated Press All Pro team at two positions in the same season. He impressed voters enough to be so honored for his play at both defensive end and outside linebacker. Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Houston defensive end J.J. Watt are unanimous choices.

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Nationals have shipped reliever Drew Storen to the Toronto Blue Jays for outfielder Ben Revere. The 28-year-old Storen had sought a deal, having lost his closer role in late July when the Nationals acquired Jonathan Papelbon from Philadelphia. Storen had converted 29 of 30 save chances and had a 1.73 ERA when the Nats got Papelbon.

KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — Jordan Spieth (speeth) has a four-stroke lead over Kevin Kisner, Fabian Gomez and Patrick Reed through two rounds of the PGA's Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. Spieth chipped in for eagle on the par-5 ninth and birdied his final hole for a 9-under 64 in the first PGA event of the year. He began to pull away with three straight birdies on the back nine to get to 16-under.

NEW YORK (AP) — The NHL has given Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson a two-game suspension for his hit to the head of New York Islanders defenseman Thomas Hickey during last night's game in Brooklyn. He struck Hickey with his left shoulder and was penalized for the illegal check. Johansson will miss the Capitals' games Saturday at the New York Rangers and Sunday against the Ottawa Senators.

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