Sports, September 19th


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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) – Three days after Aaron Hernandez was sidelined by an ankle injury, the New England Patriots say they’ve signed fellow tight end Kellen Winslow. The ninth-year pro caught 75 passes for Tampa Bay last season and was cut by Seattle on Sept. 1. The Pats also re-signed wide receiver Deion Branch who was released during the final round of preseason cuts.

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) – The New York Jets say Darrelle Revis (duh-REHL’ REE’-vihs) has been cleared to practice without contact but his status for Sunday’s game at Miami remains unknown. The veteran cornerback missed last week’s loss to Pittsburgh after suffering what the team called a “minor concussion” during the club’s season-opening victory over Buffalo in its previous outing.

NEW YORK (AP) – The NHL is cutting costs while locking out its players. A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that employees at the league offices will be cut back to a four-day work week beginning on the first of next month.

MOSCOW (AP) – Two-time NHL MVP Alexander Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals is adding his name to the list of Russian hockey stars who have signed to play in their homeland this season, at least until the NHL lockout ends. Dynamo Moscow of the KHL says the Great Eight is already participating in preseason training.

UNDATED (AP) – North Carolina’s Hall of Fame basketball coach underwent a 3 1/2-hour procedure this morning to remove a tumor from his right kidney and 62-year-old Roy Williams may need another surgery on his left kidney for the same problem. School spokesman Matt Bowers says test results should be back in about a week.