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Odell Beckham leaves Giants’ sideline early as antics return

Maybe Odell Beckham Jr. needed extra prep time of his next interview. The Giants lightning-rod receiver left the sideline and headed into the locker room for halftime with two seconds left on the clock and his offense still on the field. When he returned to the field with the Giants trailing 24-6,...

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Giants fined Odell Beckham Jr. for comments in ESPN interview

Odell Beckham Jr.’s mouth got him plenty of attention this past week and it also cost him some money. The Giants fined him an undisclosed amount, The Post confirmed via an NFL source, for his comments in an ESPN interview that left the coaching staff, the front office and ownership upset with the...

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Woman claims dangerous ingredient in gum killed her dog

At just 3 years old, a husky-mix named Canon had a lot of life left to live. But that abruptly changed when the pup ate a piece of sugar-free chewing gum this past weekend, leading to his untimely death, his owner said. “I’ve cried a lot about it,” Canon’s owner, Christy Figlio, of...

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Florida inmates volunteer to clear Hurricane Michael debris

Inmates at a county jail in Florida volunteered to clean debris left in the wake of Michael, the strongest hurricane to hit the continental US in more than a decade. The Walton County Sheriff’s Office tweeted photos Thursday of deputies and inmates in prison stripes “clearing the way” in...

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Model shot in neck before multi-vehicle crash is left brain-dead

An aspiring Georgia model is brain-dead after she was shot in the neck while driving, causing a head-on collision with the car in front of her and leading to a multi-vehicle wreck Monday, her family said. Kelsey Quayle, 28, was driving down Upper Riverdale Road in Clayton County at about 7...

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Nets big man looking to develop a new offensive weapon

MONTREAL — Nets coach Kenny Atkinson has a thing about developing his big men’s 3-point shot. First it was Al Horford. Then it was Brook Lopez. Is Kenneth Faried next? After missing the first two preseason games with a sore left ankle, Faried finally made his Nets debut in Wednesday’s 118-91...

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