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Chiefs expect Mahomes by summer; Fisher, Schwartz by fall

The Kansas City Chiefs expect Patrick Mahomes to be ready for offseason workouts following surgery on his toe, and they are optimistic that offensive tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz could be available for the start of training camp.Mahomes had surgery on Feb. 10, shortly after the Chiefs were walloped by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers……

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Mets to honor Seaver with 41 patch on jerseys this season

The New York Mets will honor the late Tom Seaver by wearing a “41” patch on their home and away jerseys this season.The Mets announced Monday they’ll pay tribute to the Hall of Fame pitcher by putting his number on the right sleeves of their uniforms.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMSeaver died Aug…….

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Home of NFL’s Detroit Lions hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The domed home of the Detroit Lions on Monday welcomed educators and school staff from southeast Michigan for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic.Although Ford Field can accommodate tens of thousands of fans on NFL Sunday, it hosted considerably fewer during the event, albeit with much higher stakes.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMRetailer Meijer and……

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Aggies reach best-ever ranking of No. 2 in women’s AP Top 25

Texas A&M moved up to No. 2, its highest ranking ever in The Associated Press women’s college basketball poll, a day after winning its first Southeastern Conference regular-season title.The Aggies (22-1) beat then-No. 5 South Carolina on Sunday to win the conference title and then moved up a spot in the Top 25.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE……

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Efrain Álvarez left off US Olympic soccer training roster

LA Galaxy midfielder Efrain Álvarez was left off the United States 31-man training roster ahead of Olympic qualifying for North and Central America and the Caribbean after being included by both the Americans and Mexico on preliminary squads.In addition, three Atlanta players on the roster are not being released by the team for the camp:……

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Ohio teen dies, another is partially paralyzed after sledding crashes on same hill

Two sledding accidents on the same Ohio hill left one teen girl dead and another partially paralyzed, a report said.Eirelyn Zuercher, 14, crashed while sledding at Hinckley Reservation in the township of Hinckley on Feb. 20, the Akron Beacon Journal reported.NEW YORK TEEN KILLED IN UPSTATE SLEDDING ACCIDENT DIED PROTECTING HER 3-YEAR-OLD COUSINShe died Wednesday at MetroHealth……

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DOJ charges Texas man with dousing 15 officers with chemical spray at Capitol riot

The Justice Department has charged a Texas man with assaulting law enforcement outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 after newly resurfaced videos allegedly show him dousing over a dozen police officers holding the line with some type of chemical irritant and bragging about it at his hotel hours later, recently unsealed court documents said.Daniel Ray Caldwell, 49, of The……

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Flash flooding in Kentucky, Tennessee leads to water rescues of toddlers

Dozens of counties throughout the eastern U.S. remain under flood warnings Monday morning following heavy rainfall over the weekend that resulted in the water rescues of toddlers in Kentucky and Tennessee. Showers and thunderstorms are forecast to impact the Southeast, mid-South, Tennessee and the Ohio valleys. More flash flooding will be possible as the ground is saturated, and the water has no place to go. In Kentucky, the Hazel Green Volunteer Fire Department said……

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NY restaurants and bars win court victory against Gov. Cuomo’s 11pm curfew

An upstate New York restaurant owner, along with his legal representatives, discussed new developments in their case against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s restaurant curfew on Monday. Donald Swartz, who owns Veneto Wood Fired Pizza and Pasta in Rochester, N.Y., told “Fox & Friends” on Monday that the 11 p.m. curfew in New York, which was implemented by the state, “just got removed”……

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Girl, 4, found alone on NYC sidewalk is still unclaimed three days later

Three days after the New York City police officers discovered a four-year-old girl apparently alone and roaming the streets of New York City, officials said Monday her parents or guardians have still not come forward to claim her.The girl, who told police her name is Sidaya, remains in the care of New York City’s Administration……

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