PRO FOOTBALLEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants released placekicker Josh Brown six days after police documents revealed Brown admitted to repeatedly abusing his former wife while they were married.The move came shortly after the player issued a statement insisting that he never hit his wife during a six year period when he admits spousal abuse.Giants President John Mara says the teams beliefs, judgments and decisions were misguided in how it handled its relationship with Brown. He indicated the Giants did not know the full extent of Browns problem until last week.It is not immediately clear whether Brown will receive the rest of his $1.26 million salary.DENVER -- Authorities say a fan has died after falling 60 feet at the Denver Broncos stadium after a game on Monday night.Stadium Management Co., which operates Sports Authority Field at Mile High, said the fan fell over a railing.The medical examiners office said Tuesday the man was transported to a hospital and pronounced dead. He was identified as 36-year-old Jason Coy.Denver police say he was sitting on a railing when he fell. Witnesses and emergency responders immediately tried to help.The incident occurred near the north end of the stadium following the Broncos game against the Houston Texans.In a statement, the Broncos said the team is reviewing this tragic incident and will continue to maintain all necessary safety measures for our fans.DENVER -- Police are investigating a burglary at the home of Denver Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware that occurred while he was at Monday nights football game with the Houston Texans.Denver police spokesman Doug Schepman said the break-in was reported early Tuesday. A police report said the men came through the front door but does not disclose what items were taken.A person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press that Wares Super Bowl 50 ring was stolen. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team isnt discussing details of the burglary and the players were off Tuesday. The ring is valued at more than $30,000.Ware said on Twitter that he came home to find his house was robbed. He says is more concerned about his safety than material possessions and is grateful for hidden cameras.OLYMPICSSEOUL, South Korea -- National Hockey League representatives are in South Korea to inspect Olympic facilities as the league mulls a decision on whether to let its players appear for a sixth consecutive Olympics in Pyeongchang.Pyeongchangs organizing committee said the NHL delegation led by vice president of international strategy Lynn White and facilities operation manager Dan Craig will make inspections on Thursday and Friday of facilities in Gangneung, a city near Pyeongchang which will host the ice hockey tournament during the 2018 Winter Games.The International Olympic Committees negotiations with the NHL over having the leagues players competing in Pyeongchang have stalled over the IOCs decision not to pay for NHL players travel and insurance as it has in the past.PRO BASKETBALLNEW YORK -- The NBA begins its season with international players making up one-quarter of the league.The 113 international players come from 41 countries and territories. A maximum of 15 players are allowed on the 30 NBA teams.The NBA said Tuesday that the Utah Jazz lead the way with seven international players. Every team has at least one such player. Canadians are most represented for the third straight year. Eleven players from Canada are on NBA rosters, followed by France at 10, Brazil at nine, and Australia and Spain at eight.International newcomers making debuts Wednesday night include Dragan Bender of Croatia, the No. 4 overall draft pick by Phoenix, and Buddy Hield of the Bahamas, the No. 6 selection by New Orleans.COLLEGE SPORTSThe NCAA says North Carolinas argument that the governing body lacks jurisdiction in the schools ongoing multi-year academic case is without merit.In a Sept. 19 filing released by the school, the NCAA enforcement staff pushed back against the schools procedural arguments in response to five serious charges by saying all the arguments lacked merit. UNC had argued that its accreditation agency -- which put the school on a year of probation that expired over the summer -- was the proper authority to handle such a matter instead of college sports governing body.UNC also argued that there was an expired four-year statute of limitations and a March 2012 ruling in an earlier case should have precluded some of the current charges.In addition, the school said that some material from an outside investigators report into academic irregularities on the Chapel Hill campus shouldnt be used because interviews werent performed to NCAA protocols.HOCKEYALBANY, N.Y. -- A local youth hockey association is not responsible for a brawl that erupted among spectators at a 2006 tournament for 13-year-olds, the states highest court ruled.The lawsuit was filed by Raymond Pink, who received a head injury in the melee following the game between teams from Rome and Whitestown. 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Birmingham, Ala. -- ?Auburn University swimmer Grant Schenk and University of Missouri gymnast Kennedi Harris have been selected to represent the Southeastern Conference at the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum Nov. 10-13 in Baltimore, Md.Schenk and Harris were selected as exceptional student-athletes who have shown outstanding leadership among their peers, institutions and communities.The NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum was created in 1997 and has hosted approximately 5,000 student-athletes since its inception. Student-athletes who attend the forum are taught leadership skills and given the chance to explore the relationship between personal values, core beliefs and behavioral styles. The forum also aims to give attendees a thorough understanding of the NCAA as a whole, the different divisional perspectives and the valuable role of Student-Athlete Advisory Committees.We received several applications from very talented and bright student-athletes who represent their institutions and the conference very well, said Misty Brown, the SECs Director of Student-Athlete Engagement. Since we could not pick them all, we selected two individuals who have proven to be exceptional students, athletes and have shown outstanding leadership among their peers, institutions and in the community.A junior from San Diego, Calif., Schenk serves as vice president of Auburns Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He is an international business major and a two-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Schennk recorded the fifth-fastest 1650 freestyle in program history, and he also competed in the Olympic Trials in the 400 free and 1500 free.ddddddddddddI was honored to even be nominated for such a prestigious event as the NCAA Leadership Forum, let alone selected out of all the worthy candidates in the SEC, Schenk said. I am so looking forward to attending the event in November in Baltimore and enhancing my leadership skills and experience. I am excited to learn many new things and meet some amazing people.A native of Atlanta, Ga., Harris is a member of the Missouri Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the SAAC Student Engagement Committee. In addition, she is a University of Missouri Diversity Scholar and the psychology major was a scholastic All-America honoree in 2015 and 2016. She placed second on floor exercise at the 2016 NCAA Minneapolis Regional.Said Harris: I am very honored and humbled by my selection to represent the Southeastern Conference at the upcoming 2016-17 NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum. I look forward to this incredible leadership opportunity to learn and grow alongside other student-athletes, coaches, faculty and administrators in this amazing organization.Each NCAA Division I and Division II conference office selects student-athletes from among their respective institutions to represent their conference at the NCAA Leadership Forum. ' ' '