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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is reportedly being investigated by police in connection with a sexual assault incident at a Miami hotel.

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TMZ reports that Kaepernick is a suspect in the "beginning stages" of the investigation and no formal charges have been filed yet.  

Colin has yet to comment on the allegations, and is reportedly not concerned. The 26-year-old was spotted club-hopping in Miami over the weekend, well after he was made aware of the investigation.

49ers General Manager Trent Baalke issued a statement saying, that the team is "aware of the recent media report regarding Colin Kaepernick and is in the process of gathering the pertinent facts."

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The Ultimate Warrior looked like he was on the verge of death last weekend, appearing sweaty and in poor health, like he was about to completely unravel.

Witnesses say the WWE legend seemed to be in constant pain, to the point where anyone who came in contact with the wrestler noticed, according to TMZ.

Then, Monday night, when the Warrior did his signature rope shake after his big speech on Monday Night Raw, he looked like a shell of his former self.

Not only that, in what would be his final speech, he forebodingly said, "Every man's heart one day beats its final beat. His lungs breathe a final breath."

Just one night later, The Ultimate Warrior died suddently.

"We all felt like he looked like he was going to blow a gasket ... it was pretty easy to see," said a witness Monday night, and tragically, his fall was foretold.

The Ultimate Warrior was walking in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hotel Tuesday when he collapsed with chest pains; it is believed his cause of death was a heart attack.

Warrior (born James Hellwig) was just 54 years old. R.I.P.

His full RAW speech appears after the jump ...

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We have an update on the shocking death of The Ultimate Warrior.

As previously reported, the WWE legend passed away yesterday in Arizona while walking inside a hotel with his wife.

The shocking incident occurred mere days after the Warrior (real name: James Hellwig) was inducted into the organization's Hall of Fame and appeared at both Wrestlemania 30 and Monday Night Raw.

Ultimate Warrior in Hall of Fame

According to TMZ insiders, the 54-year old "clutched his chest" immediately prior to collapsing while strolling toward his car.

He fell to the ground and never recovered.

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Derrick Gordon - a sophomore guard for the UMass basketball team - announced that he's gay today, making him the first openly gay player in division 1 basketball.

Derek Gordon

Saying that he felt inspired to make his announcement after Jason Collins came out as the first openly gay NBA player, Gordon told ESPN, "I just didn't want to hide anymore, in any way... I've been waiting and watching for the last few months, wondering when a Division I player would come out, and finally I just said, 'Why not me?'"

Asked about Collins, Gordon replied, "That was so important to me, knowing that sexuality didn't matter, that the NBA was OK with it."

Sources close to the UMass basketball team says that Gordon has the full support of his teammates and coaching staff.

The university issued an official statement reading, "UMass is proud to have Derrick Gordon as a member of our athletic family and to honor his courage and openness as a gay student-athlete."

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Lacey Holsworth, the young cancer patient who befriended Michigan State star Adreian Payne and served as an inspiration for the entire Spartans team this year, has passed away.

She was eight years old.

Holsworth met Payne after she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma two years ago.

She proceeded to become a fixture at his games, helping Payne cut down the net after Michigan State won the Big 10 Tournament last month and sitting courtside last week when he finished third in the college slam dunk contest.

"Princess Lacey has achieved the ultimate victory," reads a post from her official Twitter account this morning, confiring the sad news. "She now dances among angels."

Watch the following video for more on Payne and Lacey's bond and prepare to cry:

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On Fox News’ Fox & Friends First this morning, co-host Heather Childers sent her congratulations to the Connecticut Huskies for defeating the Kentucky Wildcats last night and winning the “NAACP” championship and… wait… what?!?

Yes, Childers accidentally referred to UConn as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People" champs, as opposed to the toast of the National Collegiate Athletic Association world.

She quickly apologized on Twitter ("totally on me. I'm a huge sports fan. Was excited about #UCONN's win, misspoke but immediately corrected it. Great tourney!"), but was unable to stop the clip from going viral.

Watch the slip-up now:

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Following the passing of the team's owner Ralph Wilson, Donald Trump expressed an interest in purchasing the NFL's Buffalo Bills.

Like most things the Donald is involved with, the potential deal is a case of Trump's ego gone wild, a fact that's not lost on fellow billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban.

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When asked by TMZ about Trump's interest in the Bills Cuban pointed out that Trump isn't wealthy enough to purchase the team of his own and would need to assemble a group of investors in order to close the deal.

There are few things Trump hates more than the truth, so naturally, this undeniable fact threw him into a fit of rage.

"Mark Cuban is a lightweight who's net worth is a fraction of mine," the Celebrity Apprentice host fired back.

"By the way, I watched him play golf and he is a total non-athlete - zero clubhead speed. He lives vicariously through his basketball players."

I would imagine for billionaires insulting someone's golf game is like making a joke about their mother, so Trump is treading on dangerous ground here.

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The New York Police Department and Fire Department of New York are comprised of some of the bravest people you'll ever meet ... but even heroes are human.

Case in point? This bench-clearing brawl that broke out over the weekend at the annual NYPD-FDNY hockey came at Nassau Coliseum in Long Island:

"New York's Finest" and "New York's Bravest" will never be mistaken for "New York's Classiest" after this melee ... but at least it made for good entertainment.

The fight set Twitter, YouTube and Instagram aflame with photos and videos of the violence, as you can imagine when cops and firemen pummel one another.

Things got heated with the score tied 3-3, then devolved into an epic brouhaha that eventually cleared up, with the NYPD surging to an 8-5 victory after that.

Somehow we're guessing the 2014 game will be remembered not for the cops snapping a five-year losing skid, but for both sides wailing on each other like goons.

Just a hunch.


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Oscar Pistorius took the witness stand on Monday in South Africa and apologized to the family of Reeva Steenkamp for shooting her to death last year.

Weeping and speaking in a quavering voice, he described a life of insomnia and panic since the night of February 14, 2013, when he killed his girlfriend.

The double-amputee track star, 27, says it was a tragic error.

Investigators say otherwise, and he faces at least a 25-year sentence if convicted of premeditated murder in the shooting of the law graduate and model.

Reeva Steenkamp, Oscar Pistorius

“I want to start by apologizing to Reeva’s family,” Oscar Pistorius said, barely able to answer his lawyer’s questions. “I was simply trying to protect Reeva.”

He has denied the murder charge, saying he believed he was shooting an intruder inside his home when he fired four rounds through a locked bathroom door.

Reeva Steenkamp, 29, was locked inside.

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St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams has only played one full season in the majors, but you'd think by now he would know one of the most important rules in sports:

Hst because you didn't make the play, doesn't mean you need to make an a$$ of yourself.

During a Cardinals road game against the Reds, Adams attempted a dive for a foul ball only to be thwarted by a front row fan who made the catch instead.

A frustrated Adams shoved the fan, who responded by coolly waving the ball in Adams' face before giving him the finger. Talk about insult to injury!

It's important to note here that Adams wasn't "robbed" and the fan didn't interfere with on-field play. He made a clean catch on a ball that entered the stands.

Adams, for his part, reacted like a toddler who's had a toy taken away.

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