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  • May 8, 2024
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A newspaper report says Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice is suspected of assault in Dallas a little over a month after he was one of the speeding drivers in a chain-reaction crash that led to multiple charges. Law enforcement officials told The Dallas Morning News that Rice was suspected of assaulting a person who went to a hospital after an incident at a downtown nightclub early Monday morning. Rice faces multiple charges in the high-speed crash in Dallas. Rice's attorney has acknowledged the receiver was one of the speeding drivers.

Joe Collier, the former Buffalo Bills head coach and architect of the Denver Broncos’ famed “Orange Crush” defense, has died. He was 91. The Broncos said Collier's family confirmed that he died at his Littleton, Colorado, home on Monday night. Collier was coach of the Bills from 1966 to 1968 and compiled a 13-16-1 record. He spent two decades in Denver and was defensive coordinator during the franchise's first Super Bowl trip after the 1977 season, powered by the “Orange Crush” defense.

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May 7—Welcome to Joe Starkey's mailbag, where the Post-Gazette columnist and 93.7 The Fan radio host answers your questions about sports, life, Lonnie Chisenhall and everything in between. If you want to ask Joe a question, tweet him at @JoeStarkey1 or email him at jstarkey@post-gazette.com.…

The CFL has suspended Toronto Argonauts quarterback Chad Kelly for at least nine regular-season games following its investigation into a lawsuit filed by a former strength-and-conditioning coach against both the player and club. T he league announced Tuesday that Kelly is also suspended for Toronto’s two preseason games for violating its gender-based violence policy. Kelly will be required to undergo confidential assessments by an independent expert and attend mandatory counselling sessions conducted by a gender-based violence expert. There was no announcement regarding any penalties or sanctions against the Argos.

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Quarterback Joe Burrow threw some crisp passes on the first day of offseason workouts and says rehabbing his surgically repaired right wrist is still a work in progress. He was cleared to throw about a month ago but hasn’t been cleared for contact yet. He expects that to come in the next month, and he hopes to be fully ready to go by the start of training camp in July. Burrow was lost for the season when suffered a torn ligament in his right wrist in a Nov. 16 loss to Baltimore.

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