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Bills make deal for Vikings quarterback Cassel
Matt Cassel, 32, has thrown for 15,727 yards with 96 touchdowns and 70 interceptions in a 10-year career with stops in New England, Kansas City and MinnesotaNew coach Rex Ryan has the Buffalo Bills in a deal-making mode, the NFL club announcing Wednesday it has an agreement in place to obtain Minnesota Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel. The Bills will ship two undisclosed NFL Draft choices to the Vikings in the deal, which cannot be made official under league rules until next Tuesday. Grabbing Cassel comes a day after ESPN reported the Bills have agreed to the trade with Philadelphia for former NFL rushing champion LeSean McCoy, the league's most productive running back over the past five NFL seasons combined.

Florida shooting inadmissible in ex-NFL star murder trial: judge
Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez consults his attorney during his murder trial in Fall RiverBy Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Massachusetts (Reuters) - The judge in Aaron Hernandez's murder trial ruled on Wednesday that jurors will not be allowed to hear about a former friend of the ex-NFL star who claimed Hernandez shot him in the face after an argument in Florida in 2013. Associate Justice Susan Garsh denied a renewed request by prosecutors to allow evidence related to the shooting of Alexander Bradley, who filed a civil lawsuit against Hernandez, saying the incident was "quite different." Prosecutors had argued the Florida shooting case refuted the defense team's assertion that Hernandez would never have shot the alleged victim in this case, Odin Lloyd, because the two were friends. On Wednesday, Bristol County Assistant District Attorney William McCauley said defense attorneys had indicated 32 times the nature of the relationship between the two men, and "constantly referred to them as being friends." Defense attorney James Sultan said the motion to allow the jury to hear about the Florida case was "frivolous," and that prosecutors were essentially arguing Hernandez has "a propensity to shoot his friends."  Bradley filed a civil lawsuit in June last year against Hernandez, who he said shot him in the face in Florida in February 2013 after a late-night dispute.


Germany says euro zone has hands full with existing Greek bailout programme
BARCELONA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany and the European Commission said on Wednesday that talk of a third bailout for Greece was premature, while Spain's Economy Minister was insistent that further support was almost inevitable. Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said Athens was unlikely to be able to return to capital markets by June, when an extension of its bailout expires, and so some form of further aid programme looked likely. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, asked about a third package at a news conference with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels, said she was focusing on the current bailout, now extended for four months: "I think we now have all our hands full to make this succeed and that's what I'm concentrating on," she said. De Guindos had already suggested on Monday that the euro zone was talking about another bailout for Greece, with a package worth between 30 billion and 50 billion euros ($33 billion-56 billion) under discussion, prompting denials from euro zone officials.

U.S. optimistic global trade deal will come into force this year
The United States expects a global deal to cut customs red tape and streamline import procedures to come into force this year, a senior trade official said on Wednesday. Mark Linscott, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for World Trade Organization and Multilateral Affairs, said Washington was "pretty confident" the deal agreed in Bali in 2013 would be up and running by year-end. "It's quite realistic to expect that the trade facilitation agreement can come into force by the end of the year," he told a Washington International Trade Association event. The United States is one of three nations which have already formally accepted the pact, which economists say will add as much as $1 trillion and 21 million jobs to the global economy.

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