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Devastating finish likely cost pro his Tour card — but there’s more to the story

Max Homa twice tweeted about it. Shane Lowry shared a picture of a jet. Then there is the reaction of the man himself, and if you view nothing else on Saturday, watch Austin Smotherman. Though if his response to one of the most unfortunate sequences you’ll see tells you anything, he’ll probably shrug his shoulders at your condolences and well-wishes, too.
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Chiefs Reportedly Signing Veteran Wide Receiver

The Kansas City Chiefs aren't done adding weapons to their offense. On Saturday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport announced that the team is signing wide receiver Devin Gray. Gray signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted rookie in 2018. His status on the team changed several times over a three-year stretch.
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Chiefs Sign Veteran Wide Receiver: Fans React

The Kansas City Chiefs are reportedly bringing in a former USFL standout according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Per Rapoport, "The Chiefs are signing WR Devin Gray to a 1-year deal after a solid workout, per his agent. Gray is most recently from the USFL and has spent time with the Falcons and Ravens."
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Florida Woman and Ex-Boyfriend Recorded ‘Sexual Activity’ with Male Husky; Woman Blamed the ‘Dog Being Curious’: Cops

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Broncos Player 'Throwing Punches' During Training Camp Saturday

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Retired Police Officer Allegedly Shoots Woman Dead During Training Exercise at D.C. Library

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Border Patrol threw away ‘hundreds’ of Sikh migrants’ turbans and told them they could ‘starve’: report

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Emerging combo guard Elijah Gertrude breaks down his final five schools

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St. Paul man charged with lottery fraud for allegedly redeeming stolen tickets

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