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Today’s top sports stories:

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson doesn’t like the New England Patriots much. So, naturally, he went on Twitter and urged North Korea to bomb Foxboro, Massachusetts, home of the Pats. [GuySpeed]

The University of Auburn is under fire once again, this time because a new book from reporter Selena Roberts alleges that the school changes players’ grades and paid the players to play for the 2010 national championship team. [11Alive]

The NFL has closed its investigation into incidents at the recent scouting combine, where players claimed that they had been asked about their sexual orientation and preferences, which could be illegal. The league found no wrongdoing. Well, that clears that up. [PFT]

The Tampa Bay Rays have apologized after their mascot held up a sign at a game that referenced the death of Steve “Crocodile Hunter” Irwin (who was killed by a stingray) on a to-do list. [USA Today]

Jeffrey Loria, head of the Miami Marlins, would be near the top of almost any sports fan’s Worst Owners list. Here’s why. [Deadspin]

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