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4:45 PM: Sycamore (Illinois) High School swim coach Leah Eames was arrested on charges of having sexual contact with a female swimmer she coached.

4:30 PM: Photo of Green Bay Packers QBs Aaron Rodgers & Matt Flynn at Wednesday's Packers Welcome Back Luncheon wearing all denim.

4:15 PM: The Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday officially announced a contract extension for linebacker Vontaze Burfict through the 2017 season.

4:00 PM: The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders will be hosting a swimsuit calendar release party on Thursday, with proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.

3:45 PM: ESPN issued an apology after SportsCenter did a report on the showering habits of St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam. Rams defensive end Chris Long tweeted about the report: "Dear ESPN, Everyone but you is over it."

3:30 PM: A McKeesport, Pennsylvania teacher who was fired for having sex with another teach on school property was rehired and back at work Monday after state judges ruled she was wrongly terminated.

3:15 PM: Samford football coach Pat Sullivan will not travel with his team for Saturday's game at TCU due to complications as he recovers from neck surgery. Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Bill D'Ottavio will coach in Sullivan's place.

3:00 PM: San Diego Chargers radio announcer Hank Bauer has been suspended from Thursday's preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals after making an anti-Semitic joke during Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers.

2:45 PM: Former Washington Huskies defensive end Marcus Farria, who was dismissed for violating team rules, has transferred to FCS school Murray State.

2:30 PM: Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced Wednesday as Jackie Robinson West Championship Day in honor of the Chicago team that reached the Little League World Series final.

2:15 PM: After Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor questioned his defense, new Cleveland Cavaliers player Kevin Love responded: "For Glen to say that, I just think that he should be focusing on the players that he just received."

2:00 PM: Five members of the Waldo, Florida Police Department say they were required to illegally fill speeding ticket quotas, which violates state law.

1:45 PM: During a radio interview Wednesday, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall said about playing in Michigan Stadium: "Yeah, it's big, but it's not loud. I mean, that's one thing with Michigan, it's not a loud crowd."

1:30 PM: The $300,000 fine given to the Seattle Seahawks for violating NFL offseason practice rules was the result of the league investigating a June 18 practice fight between Richard Sherman & Phil Bates.

1:15 PM: Clothing company Zara has stopped selling a striped children's shirt with a yellow star after complaints that it closely resembled uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp prisoners in Nazi Germany.

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