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Johnny Manziel's ex-girlfriend claims she lost hearing after attack

Johnny Manziel's ex-girlfriend says in an affidavit that he hit her so hard during a late-night confrontation that she lost hearing in one ear. Colleen Crowley's affidavit was obtained by KXAS-TV and published online Monday. Crowley suffered a ruptured eardrum, which is expected to eventually heal, Crowley's lawyer, Kathy Kinser, told the television station.

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Super Bowl 50 doesn't set viewership record

The Super Bowl didn't set a viewership record this year, but the NFL's championship game is still doing pretty well for itself.

An average of 111.9 million viewers tuned in to CBS on Sunday to watch Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos beat Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, 24-10.

That makes it the third-most watched show ever, according to the Nielsen company.

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WWE superstar Daniel Bryan announces his retirement, will explain more on 'Monday Night Raw'

WWE superstar Daniel Bryan has had an improbable career filled with twists and turns that culminated in him being crowned WWE world heavyweight champion. Now it appears his career has one final, sad twist in it.

On his Twitter account Monday, Bryan tweeted that he is going to have to retire and will elaborate version on Monday night's "Monday Night Raw."

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U.S. Olympic officials clarify briefing on Zika virus

Responding to a news report on Monday, U.S. Olympic officials say it is “100% inaccurate” that they suggested American athletes might consider skipping the 2016 Summer Olympics because of fears about the Zika virus.

The report stemmed from a teleconference involving the U.S. Olympic Committee and various sports federations.

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Looks like Marshawn Lynch really is retiring

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch seemed to confirm speculation that he's hanging up his cleats for good by tweeting out a photo of, well, hanging cleats during the fourth quarter of Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.

On Monday morning, that confirmation was apparently, uh, confirmed by a text sports radio host Dave Softy Mahler says he received from Lynch's agent.

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