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Latest TOP news from www.espn.com
  1. Some are back in the title game after failures. Others are just happy to be playing (or coaching) football. Meet the Super Bowl Redeem Team.
  2. We have early predictions, looming questions and more for the big game.
  3. Baylor and Gonzaga were the only two teams in the top five that took care of business last week.
  4. Lakers star big man Anthony Davis is available to play Monday against the Celtics after missing the past five games with an injured backside.
  5. The Texans promoted defensive line coach Anthony Weaver to be their defensive coordinator, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter. He takes over the job from Romeo Crennel.
  6. Chandler Parsons suffered potentially career-ending injuries in an automobile accident caused by a drunk driver last week, says a law firm representing the Atlanta Hawks forward.
  7. The consensus opening line at sportsbooks around the nation was pick 'em, but the spread grew to Kansas City -1.5 late Sunday.
  8. Aaron Rodgers, while clearly disappointed after a 37-20 NFC Championship loss to the 49ers, projected optimism after the gap between his first and potential second Super Bowl widened by yet another year.
  9. Derek Jeter looks like a lock to reach Cooperstown in his first year, but could Larry Walker be Hall bound in his last year on the ballot?
  10. With the Class of 2020 set to be announced, we look at who will -- and won't -- be heading to Cooperstown.