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Jeff Haynes

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Seven weeks ago, a labor dispute threatened to push the NFL season to the sidelines. Instead, the goliaths of gridiron made a glorious return this past week, from the last-second goalstand by the Super Bowl champs Green Bay Packers to Tom Brady’s second-to-no-other-Patriot’s 517 yards passing. The games also paused to mark the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks. Though the season is just one week old, fans across the globe are hoping their teams will play in the grand finale next Feb. 5, held for the first time in Indianapolis. -- Lloyd Young
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Miami Dolphins Brandon Marshall (19) dives over New England Patriots Devin McCourty after catching a pass during the third quarter of their NFL football game in Miami Sept. 12. Hans Deryk/Reuters)

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CLOAKED IMMIGRANT: A would-be immigrant wrapped in a blanket rested on ship after arriving at the southern Spanish port of Motril Monday. Dozens of African immigrants were intercepted off the coast. (Jon Nazca/Reuters)

CLOSE CALL: Keith Carmickle’s brother and friend caught him when he almost fell head-first about 20 feet below while he tried to catch a baseball hit by Milwaukee’s Prince Fielder during the Home Run Derby in Phoenix Monday. (Jeff Haynes/Reuters)

SURROUNDED: People surrounded a man who allegedly tried to attack protesters camped out in Cairo’s Tahrir Square Tuesday. Several hundreds protesters have been camped out since Friday, demanding a wider purge of members of former President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. (Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

LIFE LOST: The body of Nasro Ahmed Gure, 3, was prepared for burial in Dadaab, Kenya, Tuesday. Relatives said the young Somali refugee died of malnutrition. (Rebecca Blackwell/Associated Press)

BUS BLAST: Rescue workers inspected the rubble of a bus that caught fire after one of its fuel cylinders exploded Tuesday in Islamabad, Pakistan, killing at least 10 passengers. (T. Mughal/European Pressphoto Agency)

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