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Cleveland Browns CB Joe Haden may have done his team a huge disservice for their upcoming game against the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, a team they've lost to 11 times in a row. Earlier in the week Haden had this to say: "The Ravens aren't the Ravens of old," Haden said via the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. "They're still really good, a real talented team, a division opponent, but at the same time, our team is a whole different team. It's a different squad. We still haven't gotten over the hump, but there's no reason why we can't." Evan Turner is thriving in Philadelphia 76ers head coach Brett Brown's run-and-gun, up-and-down the floor system. He is averaging 24.5 points per game, leading the team in scoring, and is playing as free as he ever has before. Only three races remain in the 2013 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, as well as for the season, and Carl Edwards is out to make the most of it at Texas. Edwards won the pole for Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway when he posted a qualifying lap of 196.114 mph in 27.535 seconds. The pole win Friday gave Edwards his first Texas pole, as well as his second of the 2013 season. The man trusted to lead Mexico back to FIFA's elite global competition is Club America boss Miguel Herrera. He is known for his hard-fought attacking style and will definitely add some much-needed passion and spirit to a lousy Mexico team. His first critical decision has been to only call upon players who ply their trade in Mexico for the first game at least, thus excluding all of Mexico's European contingent.

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