Sofia Vergara Splits from Fiance

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Sofia Vergara and Fiance Call it Quits
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PHOTO: Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb attend the 100th Annual White House Correspondents Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton on May 3, 2014 in Washington.
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Look out world, TV bombshell Sofia Vergara is single.

The “Modern Family” actress announced her split from fiance Nick Loeb this weekend on her Whosay page.

“We have being having too many problems with figuring out how to spend time together,” said Vergara. “We are still very close but we [believe it] is the best thing for us right now.”

The couple had been together nearly four years and had been engaged since 2012.

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Jim McMahon Joins NFL Lawsuit
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PHOTO: Jim McMahon looks on during a football game against the Dallas Cowboys, September 1991, at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia.
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NFL Champ Jim McMahon was one of eight players to file a lawsuit against the National Football League this week alleging that the league put profits ahead of player safety.

McMahon and two others from the champion 1985 Chicago Bears are some of the named plaintiffs in the case, though lawyers say more than 500 players have signed on, according to the Associated Press.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, in Atlanta for the league's spring meetings, said, "Our attorneys have not seen the lawsuit and obviously I have been in meetings all day."

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Minneapolis Will Host Super Bowl 2018
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Brrrr. It will be cold in there!

The 2018 Super Bowl will be held in Minneapolis, Minn., the NFL announced Tuesday. The city beat out the also-chilly Indianapolis and the much-warmer climate of New Orleans.

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California Chrome's Nasal Strips in Question
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PHOTO: California Chrome, ridden by jockey Victor Espinoza, wins the 139th Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico Race Course, May 17, 2014, in Baltimore.
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California Chrome may be the hottest horse in thoroughbred racing right now, and only one win away from the coveted Triple Crown, but the Preakness winner may not get the chance to compete.

According to ESPN, Chrome's dependence on wearing nasal strips while running could prohibit him from running in the Belmont Stakes on June 7, the third leg of the triple crown. Nasal strips help horses breathe better while they run but are not allowed in New York state races. Read more from ESPN here.

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