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February 27, 2015

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s NFL suspension was overturned by a federal judge on Friday. Peterson was suspended after he completed the court case involving him injuring his four-year-old son with a switch.

Los Angeles Angels left fielder Josh Hamilton confessed to the MLB this week to having a relapse. Officials say the infraction is “worse than a performance-enhancing drug” and Hamilton can face up to a 25 game suspension.

Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane will be out for twelve weeks following a surgery to repair a clavicle fracture on Wednesday. The Blackhawks won on Tuesday at home against the Florida Panther 3-2 and sit in third place in the Central Division.

On Wednesday, the Chicago Bulls lost to the Charlotte Hornets 98-86 at home.

The St. Louis Blues lost to the Montreal Canadians 5-2 on Tuesday in Missouri.

Milwaukee’s Bucks experienced a loss on Wednesday to the Philadelphia 76ers at home. The final score was 104-88.

Former professional golfer Jack Nicklaus announced on Wednesday that he was branding seven flavors of his own ice cream. Pints of Warm Butter Pecan, Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl, Salted Caramel Toffee, Strawberry Lemonade, Triple Chocolate, Coffee and Donuts, and Homemade Vanilla will be available for purchase at Winn Dixie BiLo and Kroger stores in select markets.

NASCAR announced that driver Kyle Busch had successful surgery on his left foot this week after he crashed in a race last weekend.

Dallas Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo was suspended one game for “conduct detrimental to the team,” according to the Mavericks. The Mavericks announced on Thursday that the suspension comes on the heels of Rondo’s heated exchange with coach Rick Carlisle.

UFC bantamweight women’s world champion, Ronda Rousey, will face off in her toughest match to date against Cat Zingano in UFC 184 in Los Angeles.

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