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Top 4 Sports Stories of the Day

Darren Sproles suffered a head injury on his first reception of the New Orleans Saints 26-20 loss to the New York Jets and never returned to the game, Sunday in New Jersey. Sproles will now have to follow the NFL protocol before he's able to play again. He will undergo several tests to determine how many weeks he'll be out, but things don't look good for the former Kansas State product. Geoffrey Mutai successfully defended his New York City Marathon title Sunday when the race returned after a one-year absence. Fellow Kenyan Priscah Jeptoo came from behind to win the women's race, with Bronx resident Buzunesh Deba finishing runner-up for the second straight time in her hometown event. Fans again packed the 26.2-mile course, undaunted by the events of the past year. Mutai pulled away around Mile 22 and beat Ethiopia's Tsegaye Kebede by 52 seconds. Kebede, the London Marathon champ, clinched the $500,000 bonus for the World Marathon Majors title. The Lotus F1 team has completed their deal with Quantum Motorsports. This deal has been one of the most covered stories of the season, as the deal will secure the financial future of the team for the next five years. Now that the deal is done, it is expected that Nico Hulkenberg of Sauber will be signed as Kimi Raikkonen's replacement at the team for 2014. Team principal Eric Boullier has had his eye on the German for some time, and said that his signing hinged on the completion of the deal with Quantum, which gives a minority stake of the team to the company. This also means that the services of Raikkonen are guaranteed for the final two races. The Minnesota Vikings looked better than usual on Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys, yet the defense gave up a seven-yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Dwayne Harris with 42 seconds remaining for the team's seventh loss of the season. To no one's surprise, Christian Ponder was unable to lead the Vikings on a game-winning drive, but the 27-23 loss is a bitter one given the position the Vikings were in.

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