Lance Armstrong's reputation takes another massive hit

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Lance Armstrong's reputation has taken another massive hit after he was accused of crashing his car into two parked cars.

The shamed cyclist is said to have fled the scene and then blamed the incident on his girlfriend.

"Lance Armstrong is due in court after being accused of leaving the scene of an accident and crashing into two parked cars," BBC Sport reported. "According to police, the cyclist left the scene in the ski resort of Aspen, Colorado, before officers arrived.

Josh Gordon banned

NFL now, and Browns' Josh Gordon has been suspended for the 2015 season without pay for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. And Browns GM Ray Farmer has admitted his disgust with Gordon's latest actions.

"As we have conveyed, we are disappointed to once again be at this point with Josh," general manager Ray Farmer said in a statement, reported. "Throughout his career we have tried to assist him in getting support like we would with any member of our organization. Unfortunately our efforts have not resonated with him."

Kobe still wants to learn

Across to the NBA, and Kobe Bryant says that he's not decided to retire from the Lakers because he wants to continue to learn.

A case of tequila 

And finally in the NHL, the league has suspended referee Tim Peel for tweeting a photo of himself pounding shots of tequila.

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