49ers acquire Boldin; trade Alex Smith ... Buffalo Bills release QB Fitzpatrick ... WR Percy Harvin traded to Seattle ... Bears ink tight end Bennett to 4-year deal ... Sports news from United Press International.
Ted Ligety of U.S. wins super-combined ... Duke back at No. 1 for third time ... Vick in new deal with Eagles ... Snedeker up to fourth in golf rankings ... Sports news from United Press International.
Jacksonville, Arizona fill coaching needs ... Kobe Bryant leads all-star voting ... Former shoe salesman leads on PGA Tour ... Gators stay unbeaten in SEC ... Sports news from United Press International.
Notre Dame knew of Te'o hoax weeks ago … IOC strips Armstrong of 2000 bronze medal … DeCamillis leaves Cowboys, goes to Bears … 'Vertical forces' led to Olympian's death … Sports news from United Press International.
Oregon's Kelly named Eagles head coach ... Armstrong compensation offer rejected ... Spurs sued over Nov. 29 game at Miami ... Tickets to cost $6 for Sochi Olympics Park ... Sports news from United Press International.
Autopsy: Belcher drunk during slaying ... Lance Armstrong says sorry to Livestrong ... D-Backs extend closer Putz for one year ... Chiefs tap John Dorsey as new GM ... Sports news from United Press International.
Super Bowl chase begins Saturday ... Chiefs hire Andy Reid as head coach ... PGA Tour's first round of 2013 wiped out ... Pistons survive late drought to down Hawks ... Sports news from United Press International.
Andy Reid expected to be Chiefs coach ... Davydenko takes upset win over Ferrer ... South African Olympian killed in crash ... Radwanska, Wickmayer gain Auckland finals ... Sports news from United Press International.
Knicks end Spurs' seven-game winning streak ... PGA Tour season opens Friday ... Arizona survives in OT to stay unbeaten ... Report: Chiefs close to hiring Andy Reid ... Sports news from United Press International.
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