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  • 21 Aug
    导出博客文章EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings have signed five-time All-Pro
    defensive tackle Kevin Williams to a one-day contract so he can formally retire
    as a member of the team.The Vikings announced the news Wednesday. Williams will
    finalize his retirement Thursday after 13 seasons, including 11 with
    Minnesota.Taken with the ninth pick in the 2003 draft by the Vikings from
    Oklahoma State, Williams is eighth in team history with 60 sacks. His 171
    regular-season starts are the most all time by a Vikings defensive tackle, and
    his five interceptions are tied for the most by a defensive tackle in NFL
    history.Williams played for NFC champion Seattle in 2014 and New Orleans in
    2015. He was picked for six Pro Bowls.---AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org
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    Jonathan Drouin had a goal and five assists as the Halifax Mooseheads hammered
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    . - Blake Griffin had 30 points and 12 rebounds, J. BERLIN
    -- Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz watched from the stands as his
    Leipzig side returned to the top of the Bundesliga with a 2-0 win over visiting
    Hertha Berlin on Saturday.Mateschitz, who made his fortune through energy drink
    Red Bull, made a rare visit to the stadium to see the side before its clash with
    defending champion Bayern Munich on Wednesday. Bayern, three points behind
    Leipzig, still had to play its 15th-round game at Darmstadt on Sunday.Leipzig
    started strongly and had Herthas defense under pressure from the off.The home
    side needed patience, however, before Timo Werner finally made the breakthrough
    four minutes before the break. Naby Keita played the 20-year-old Werner through
    to elude two Hertha defenders and fire inside the far post.Defender Willi Orban
    headed in the second from a corner after an hour played.I expected a reaction
    after the 1-0 defeat against Ingolstadt and my team did not disappoint, coach
    Ralph Hasenhuettl said, referring to previously unbeaten Leipzigs slip last
    weekend. We were there on the pitch from the start today, the belief was
    there.Hertha, outplayed for most of the game, dropped to fourth after its second
    successive loss.It was the first eastern derby between the sides, though neither
    is from the former East Germany, with Hertha based in West Berlin and Leipzig
    founded only in 2009 when Mateschitz bought a local fifth-tier team, SSV
    Markranstaedt, and rebranded it with the companys livery under a new name,
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    HAMBURGER SV 1Mainz had an unlikely hat trick artist to thank for lifting the
    side to ninth and leaving Hamburg in the relegation zone.Midfielder Danny Latza
    equalized before halftime after a botched clearance, scored after the break with
    an almost copy-cat goal, and earned his third with another fine strike uunder
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    FRANKFURT 0After sacking general manager Klaus Allofs last Monday, Wolfsburg
    responded with a committed performance to ease the pressure on Valerien Ismael,
    giving the beleaguered coach just his second win from eight league games.Jeffrey
    Brumas first-half header from Julian Draxlers corner proved enough for the home
    side to climb three points above the relegation zone.Alexander Meier missed the
    chance to equalize when he sent his penalty over in the second half.Frankfurt
    dropped sixth as its nine-game unbeaten run across all competitions came to an
    end.AUGSBURG 1, BORUSSIA MOENCHENGLADBACH 0Following the sacking of Dirk
    Schuster on Wednesday, interim coach Manuel Baum celebrated his first game in
    charge of Augsburg with a win that lifted the side over `Gladbach in the
    table.Martin Hintereggers 75th-minute header from a corner was enough to deal
    his former side its seventh defeat and increase the pressure again on `Gladbach
    coach Andre Schubert.`Gladbach was 13th in the 18-team Bundesliga.OTHER
    GAMESSchalke and Cologne had to settle for 1-1 draws after tough
    encounters.Cologne forward Artjoms Rudnevs fired his side ahead midway through
    the first half at Werder Bremen, but Serge Gnabry equalized against the run of
    play with a speculative shot five minutes before the interval.Freiburgs Florian
    Niederlechner shocked the home fans in Gelsenkirchen by grabbing the opener
    after more than an hour played. Yevhen Konoplyanka salvaged a draw with a header
    to Abdul Rahman Babas cross for his first Bundesliga goal.Schalke was missing
    the likes of Breel Embolo, Klaas Jan Huntelaar, Franco Di Santo and Eric Maxim
    Choupo-Moting through injury. ' ' '