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MAY 05, 2015 - Sporting Life

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Henman backs GB for Davis Cup upset

Former Wimbledon semi-finalist Tim Henman insists Britain's Davis Cup clash against France is "very winnable".

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MAY 03, 2015 - The Independent

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Football League round-up: Five-star MK Dons up to Championship as Preston blow it

Not bad for a so-called franchise club that has only been in existence for just under 12 years. MK Dons, formed after the old Wimbledon moved 50 miles north to the roundabout-infested new town, will, thanks to yesterday’s  5-1 win over already-relegated Yeovil, begin next season one tier below the Premier League.

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MAY 02, 2015 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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NFL Draft 2015 Day 3: Jamie Turner's real-time diary

The Browns enter the final day of the NFL Draft with five selections -- two each in rounds 4 and 6 and another in Round 7. What will they do with them? CLEVELAND, Ohio -- There was an interesting phrase uttered by Browns head coach Mike Pettine late Friday that might (or might not) indicate where he and GM Ray ...

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MAY 02, 2015 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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On Ray Farmer and the Cleveland Browns' decision to buck conventional wisdom in the passing game: Tom Reed

BEREA, Ohio – Say this for Ray Farmer. The old linebacker isn't going to be bullied or shamed into drafting a high-end receiver or tight end. His Browns might have to win by scores resembling Wimbledon results – 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 – but he's sticking with a game plan of building though the draft in all areas except pass... BEREA, ...

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