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Listen: Convenience Store Clerk Gets Robbed While Calling Into Sports Radio Show

(CBS) Will in Baltimore is an Orioles fan who reportedly works the overnight shift as a clerk at 7-11. Presumably out of both boredom and fandom, Will decided to call into Damon Amendolara’s overnight CBS Sports radio show in the wee hours of Wednesday morning and talk about his Orioles, who just hours earlier had fallen behind 3-0 to the Royals in the ALCS. 66 more words

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Bernstein: In Jameis Winston Case, Silliness Hides Seriousness

By Dan Bernstein-
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Jameis Winston is now just a jumbled list of transgressions and accomplishments.

The Florida State quarterback is stolen crab legs, a Heisman Trophy, an alleged sexual assault that was covered up by university officials, 51 touchdown passes, a one-game suspension for shouting dirty words in the student union, 5,662 passing yards and a pile of autographed jerseys connected to a sleazy authenticator. 658 more words

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Bernstein: The Reckoning The NFL Needs

By Dan Bernstein-
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) An open letter…

From: Owners of the 32 NFL teams

To: Players

Re: Fixing the game

It’s time for us all to come clean, putting an end to both old conflicts and unnecessary new complications. 767 more words

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Listen: Quenneville On Leddy Trade, Teravainen, Carcillo

(CBS) Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville told the Boers and Bernstein Show that he’d have “loved to have found out” if recently traded defenseman Nick Leddy could’ve blossomed into a bigger role with his team, but given the circumstances, Chicago had little option but to deal him to the New York Islanders. 299 more words

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VIDEO: Cedric Benson Auditions For NFL Job With Workout Video

CHICAGO (CBS) — Former Bears running back Cedric Benson wants a job in the NFL and has sent out a workout video to show he is in shape and ready to work. 67 more words

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The NFL Blackout Rule: A Brief Chicago History

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — When following the Bears in the 1970s, the pregame ritual often focused on whether there would actually be a game to watch, thanks to the NFL’s “blackout” rule. 357 more words

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Bernstein: Outrage At Michigan Obscures Darker Truth

By Dan Bernstein-
CBS Chicago senior columnist

(CBS) We react more strongly to what we can see.

The visual is tangible and replayable, shared all but instantly everywhere for consumption and reaction. 624 more words

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