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Tiger Woods reportedly surpasses $1.3 billion in career earnings

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Tiger Woods has pushed past $1.3 billion in career earnings, according to a report in the February issue of Golf Digest.

The report estimates that 88% of the money Woods has earned since turning pro in 1996 ($1.16 billion) resulted from endorsements.

Woods made $71 million in off-the-course earnings to go with his $12 million earned in tournaments in 2013.

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Jeff Ireland is out after six seasons as general manager of the Miami Dolphins, who failed to reach the playoffs the last five years.

In a brief announcement, Ireland and owner Stephen Ross said they mutually agreed to part ways.

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A person familiar with Rob Gronkowski's knee injury told the Associated Press that the New England Patriots tight end will have surgery Thursday.

The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Patriots had not made an announcement.

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Three players for Texas El Paso's men's basketball team bet on at least one sporting event, a university official said, and they are no longer enrolled at the school.

It doesn't appear that the players bet on UTEP games or participated in point-shaving to influence the outcome for bettors, said Richard Adauto, the university's executive vice president. He said university officials did not suspect anyone else on the team of gambling.

The three players are McKenzie Moore, Justin Crosgile and Jalen Ragland.

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The Big Ten Conference suspended Iowa men's basketball Coach Fran McCaffery for one game and fined Iowa $10,000 for his outburst during a loss at Wisconsin.

McCaffery received two technical fouls and was ejected for arguing with officials midway through the second half of Sunday's game.

$10,000 for his outburst during a loss at Wisconsin.

McCaffery received two technical fouls and was ejected for arguing with officials midway through the second half of Sunday's game.

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