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2017 NFL draft takeaways: Why more prospects will skip bowl games

Before the 2018 mocks get out, let's consider bigger-picture lessons from the past three days, including bowl game participation, trades, QBs and more.

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Best and riskiest moves for every team's 2017 NFL draft class

The Houston Texans made one of the best moves in the draft moving up to take Deshaun Watson, while the Cincinnati Bengals took a risk on Joe Mixon.

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Joshua rallies to stop Klitschko in 11th round

In a fight in which both fighters hit the canvas, Anthony Joshua stormed back to defeat Wladimir Klitschko by TKO in the 11th round of their heavyweight title bout Saturday at Wembley Stadium.

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Sources: Nats' Eaton out for year with ACL tear

Nationals center fielder Adam Eaton was diagnosed with a torn left ACL on Saturday and is out for the season, according to multiple reports.

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Browns take troubled Brantley, may release him

Caleb Brantley, the ex-Florida DT facing a simple battery charge, was drafted by the Browns in the sixth round Saturday but then was told the team may release him.

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Celtics coy on Wizards feud but expect 'battle'

The Celtics and Wizards have developed an intense rivalry complete with fines, pokes and a police presence. For Boston guard Marcus Smart, controlling emotions will be key in this playoff series.

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TE Butt could get $2M if draft fall continues

Michigan TE Jake Butt, who tore his ACL in the Orange Bowl, has a $2 million loss-of-value policy that he started collecting insurance on when he wasn't picked in the third round Friday.

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Mets GM: Can't force Syndergaard into MRI

After missing a start Thursday, Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard threw a bullpen session Friday and said he felt great and ready to go on Sunday.

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Mr. Irrelevant: Broncos pick Kelly at No. 253

QB Chad Kelly, who is recovering from wrist and knee injuries and didn't attend the combine because of conduct issues, was the final pick of the 2017 NFL draft.

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Jake Butt calls Broncos pick 'one of the best moments of my life'

Jake Butt likely would have carried a first-round grade had he not suffered a torn right ACL in Michigan's bowl game in January.

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Ancient carvings show comet hit Earth and triggered mini ice age

Headless human and animal symbols carved into stone in Turkey tell the story of a devastating comet impact that triggered a mini ice age more than 13,000 years ago

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Marvel at the images from Cassini’s first Grand Finale orbit

The Cassini spacecraft is beginning its final set of daring orbits with breathtaking images of the Saturn system and rings

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Addicted to love? Craving comes in two forms, and both can hurt

The idea that people can be addicted to love is contentious, but a review of 64 studies found evidence for two different but harmful forms of this condition

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DIY gun control: The people taking matters into their own hands

With the Trump administration stripping away firearms legislation, can citizen scientists and technologists rein in the excesses of US gun culture?

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Female dragonflies fake sudden death to avoid male advances

You could almost say they are drop-dead gorgeous: when certain female dragonflies are pursued by unwanted suitors, they deter them by crashing to the ground

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Desk traffic lights show when you’re too busy for interruptions

The FlowLight system tracks how busy workers are on their computers ­– and warns off colleagues if you are not to be disturbed

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Liberals are no strangers to confirmation bias after all

A study shows they would give up the chance to win money to avoid hearing ideas they disagree with. So much for the champions of enlightenment

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Homo naledi is only 250,000 years old – here’s why that matters

The latest species of extinct hominin to be discovered that promised to rewrite our history may have died out as modern humans came about  

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Age verification for online porn will be a security disaster

The UK’s Digital Economy bill will force users to prove their age before they access porn. This is not only hard to do, it’s also a goldmine for blackmailers and hackers

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Creative people physically see and process the world differently

Those who display a high degree of the openness personality trait may be more creative because of the way they process visual information

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End-of-life care: How to have a better death | The Economist

Death is inevitable. A bad death is not

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Daily chart: Donald Trump’s first 100 days | The Economist

The president has sought to divide and conquer America

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Johnson: Translation platforms cannot replace humans | The Economist

But they are still astonishingly useful

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Francis on the Nile: The pope visits Egypt | The Economist

A visit by Pope Francis will not solve the problems plaguing Egypt’s Christians

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Balkan bust-up: Macedonian nationalists storm the parliament to hold on to power | The Economist

A party backed by Russia fears that losing office might mean jail for some of its leaders

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Another soggy first quarter: America’s economic growth slows to 0.7% | The Economist

Consumer spending is slowing, but investment is picking up

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Friendship and age: The correspondence of Nelle Harper Lee and Wayne Flynt | The Economist

“Mockingbird Songs”, a collection of letters between the novelist and the historian, is a gentle revelation

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Religious persecution: Liberty of conscience and worship is in decline around the world | The Economist

Russia and five other countries join a list of offenders compiled by American religious-freedom watchers

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Daily chart: What people want at the end of life | The Economist

We conducted a survey in four countries to find out

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