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ENGLEWOOD (AP) – The Denver Broncos are bringing in veteran kicker Jay Feely for a workout tomorrow. Brandon McManus clanked a 33-yard field goal attempt off the right upright in Denver’s 39-36 squeaker over the Miami Dolphins yesterday. Feely was beaten out by Chandler Catanzaro for Arizona’s kicking job last summer, ending his four-year stint with the Cardinals. 

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A person with knowledge of the deal says free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval and the Boston Red Sox have agreed to a multiyear contract. According to two people with knowledge of that offer, the 2012 World Series MVP was pondering an offer from the Giants worth about $95 million over five years.

UNDATED (AP) – There’s an impromptu doubleheader for Monday Night Football fans. At Ford Field in Detroit, the Buffalo Bills will be guest-hosting the New York Jets in a game moved from Western New York because of last week’s freak November snowstorm. Then from the New Orleans Superdome, the NFC South-leading 4-6 New Orleans Saints are playing the Baltimore Ravens, who despite their 6-4 record reside in last place in the AFC North.

CLEVELAND (AP) – LeBron James is pointing to himself as part of the reason Cleveland is off to a disappointing 5-7 start to the NBA season, including a current four-game losing streak. James says he’s not doing his job, following this morning’s shoot-around.  He says, “I stink.”

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) – Former NHL player, coach and executive Pat Quinn has died at age 71 after a long illness. Quinn played parts of nine seasons in the NHL and went on to enjoy a long coaching career with four NHL teams. He also guided Canada to the gold medal at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City.