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6:00 PM: Doctors announced on Wednesday that former Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly has no evidence of sinus cancer after completing treatment three months earlier.

5:45 PM: Washington announced on Wednesday that Wisconsin canceled their future home & home football series while the Huskies agreed to two new future series against Michigan & BYU.

5:30 PM: When asked if the NFL's new emphasis on penalizing illegal contact was helping receivers, Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace replied: "Not on our team. We don't get those calls."

5:15 PM: Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen has donated $500,000 to campaign that would require background checks on all gun purchases & transfers in Washington state.

5:00 PM: The San Francisco Giants filed a formal protest to MLB over Tuesday's rain-shortened 2-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs, claiming the Wrigley Field grounds crew did not properly follow the umpires' instructions of rolling out the tarp.

4:45 PM: U.S. Olympic wrestler Dremiel Byers was charged with hunting out of season and illegally possessing wildlife after he was spotted deer hunting with a bow & arrow near a Lexus dealership lot in Colorado Springs last Thursday.

4:30 PM: Video of 99-year-old Ida Keeling setting a new world record in her age group by completing a 100-meter dash in 59.8 seconds at the Gay Games in Cleveland.

4:15 PM: Mike Ozanian of Forbes magazine reports that NFL franchises now have an average worth of $1.43 billion, with the Dallas Cowboys topping the league at $3.2 billion.

4:00 PM: The Guardian reports that despite fan anger, the Glazer family plans to maintain ownership of Manchester United for at least the next five years.

3:45 PM: The Dayton Dragons minor league baseball team, who currently has an official sellout streak of over 1,000 games, has been sold by Mandalay Baseball Properties to Palisades Arcadia Baseball LLC.

3:30 PM: Kent State senior football center Jason Bitsko was found dead in his off-campus apartment Wednesday morning. Police believe Bitsko had died from an undisclosed medical condition.

3:15 PM: 18-year-old Lily Zhang became the first American to win a table tennis medal in Olympic competition when she won bronze at the Youth Summer Games in Nanjing, China.

3:00 PM: Buffalo Bills center Eric Wood & defensive end Bryan Johnson exchanged punches during a brawl at practice on Wednesday."

2:45 PM: The Chicago Cubs got a 2-0 win over the San Francisco Giants after the Wrigley Field grounds crew had trouble with the tarp during a 4 1/2 hour rain delay.

2:30 PM: Former Cleveland Browns QB Bernie Kosar, who was fired from WKYC-TV as a color commentator on Browns preseason games, has been hired by WOIO-TV as an analyst on their Browns pregame show.

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