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Atlanta Falcons make a painful cut in letting wrongly convicted athlete Brian Banks go.
The Los Angeles Superior Court ordered Wanetta Gibson to pay $2.6 million in damages on Friday for making false rape accusations against Brian Banks.
Exonerated football player Brian Banks signed with the Atlanta Falcons.
The multibillion dollar deal is the largest government settlement by a company in American history.
After his accuser stepped forward to retract her claims, Brian Banks, the former high-school football star convicted of raping a classmate in 2002, has been cleared of all charges after serving five years in prison and five years on probation.
Rep.-elect Brian Banks was convicted eight times for bad checks and credit card fraud before being elected to Detroit's state legislature.
Brian Banks, who served five years on false rape charge, was offered a minicamp tryout with the Seattle Seahawks.
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Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers reportedly heading to the Los Angeles Clippers, custody agreement reached for Jovan Belcher's daughter, plus more sports headlines.