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Enter the Dragon Star Jim Kelly Dies

Jim Kelly, a martial artist who starred alongside Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon, died Saturday of cancer at his home in San Diego, Calif., The Associated Press reports. He was 67. Born in Paris, Ky., Kelly attended the University of Louisville and pl… Read more

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Former NFL Star Jim Kelly Fights Cancer With Faith
05:19 — For 11 seasons, Jim Kelly was the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills, but cancer has proven to be the toughest opponent he has faced so far. Jim’s daug (more…)
NFL Legend Jim Kelly Opens Up About His Cancer Battle
03:41 — Jim Kelly, along with his wife, Jill, and daughter, Erin, join TODAY to talk about Jim’s cancer battle, and Erin’s new book, "Kelly Tough: Live Courag (more…)
Tabasco: Cajun ketchup
05:02 — As football fans flock to New Orleans for the Super Bowl, many will partake of what's known as Cajun ketchup: Tabasco pepper sauce. Bill Geist reports (more…)
Take A Hard Ride - Official Trailer
02:37 — Black western about two men making a cash delivery to Mexico, beset by bandits and bounty hunters along the way.

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Sun Sep 25 11:00pm
30 for 30Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPN2

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

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Sat Oct 1 5:30am
30 for 30Four Falls of Buffalo(Season 5, Episode 5) ESPN2

Chronicling coach Marv Levy's Buffalo Bills of the early 1990s, who won four straight AFC titles only to lose in all four Super Bowls.

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Sat Oct 8 7:00pm
30 for 30Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPNCLS

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

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