Golfing legend Arnold Palmer, 87, dies

Palmer rose from a blue-collar background to become part of the sport’s royalty – he was colloquially known on the PGA tour as “The King” – and frequent playing partner of U.S. presidents. He left an indelible mark on the world of golf in the form of nearly 300 signature – designed courses, and Arnold Palmer Enterprises, which handled his endorsements and other ventures, helped make Palmer the first golfer to make his name a worldwide franchise.

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Seahawks' locker room: Christine Michael gets game ball after first pro 2-TD game

Michael recorded career-bests of 20 carries and 106 yards, as well as his first two-NFL-touchdown game.
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Seahawks' locker room: Christine Michael gets game ball after first pro 2-TD game 0:57

Seahawks' locker room: Christine Michael gets game ball after first pro 2-TD game

Gregg Bell, Dave Boling discuss Russell Wilson injury, Seahawks' 37-18 rout of 49ers 5:14

Gregg Bell, Dave Boling discuss Russell Wilson injury, Seahawks' 37-18 rout of 49ers

Russell Wilson describes his new knee injury suffered in win over San Francisco 4:08

Russell Wilson describes his new knee injury suffered in win over San Francisco

Pete Carroll on Seahawks routing San Francisco 0:45

Pete Carroll on Seahawks routing San Francisco