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Jailed The oldest son of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid has returned to prison. Garrett Reid’s lawyer, Timothy Woodward, said Wednesday the 26-year-old was in an altercation at a Philadelphia halfway house. Reid was sentenced to two years in a state drug rehabilitation program in July after being caught with 89 prescription pills at the Montgomery County Prison.

Retired Baltimore right tackle Willie Anderson is retiring. Anderson, 33, spent all but two seasons of his 13-year career with the Cincinnati Bengals and was named to four Pro Bowls.

Delivered Los Angeles Sparks star Candace Parker has given birth to a baby girl in Los Angeles. It is the first child for the WNBA’s reigning MVP and rookie of the year and husband Shelden Williams of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Removed Arkansas’ Michael Washington has officially removed his name from the NBA draft. The 6-foot-9 Washington will return to the Razorbacks for his senior season. Washington led Arkansas with 15.5 points per game last season.

Agreed Former Indy 500 winner Bobby Rahal’s team announced it has reached a deal with a new sponsor to put veteran Spanish driver Oriol Servia in the cockpit of his No. 17 car for this month’s Indianapolis 500.

Sentenced Former NBA player and University of Cincinnati star Corie Blount was sentenced to one year in prison in a plea arrangement resulting from drug charges. Blount, 40, had pleaded guilty in Butler County (Ohio) Common Pleas Court last month to two felony counts of marijuana possession.

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