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NASHVILLE, Tenn. _ The Tennessee Titans hope to have quarterback Marcus Mariota when they try to beat Andrew Luck for the first time with the Indianapolis Colts with an AFC wild-card berth _ at worst _ on the line for the winner of the NFL’s final game of the regular season. By Pro Football Writer Teresa M. Walker. 750 words, photos moving in advance.
WITH: COLTS-TITANS PREVIEW CAPSULE
FATAL POLICE SHOOTING
WAILUKU_ Maui police officers were justified in the deadly shooting of a man who was wanted on an attempted murder warrant, an official said. SENT: 280 words.
HONOLULU_ Nineteen U.S. Army soldiers were reunited with loved ones in Hawaii just in time for Christmas following a nine-month deployment in the Middle East. SENT: 225 words.
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