Sports briefs: Pacman set to surrender

Two lawyers for Adam “Pacman” Jones, who has been charged with two felonies in relation to a melee at a strip club that preceeded a shooting, said the suspended Tennessee Titans cornerback will turn himself in to Las Vegas authorities today. Las Vegas police have set a noon deadline for Jones and two of his bodyguards to surrender.

U.S. advances to title match

Frankie Hejduk scored his first international goal in almost seven years and ex-San Jose Earthquake Landon Donovan also converted as the U.S. men’s soccer team held off Canada 2-1 in the semifinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup in Chicago. But Hejduk (two yellow cards) and Michael Bradley (red card) will miss the final against Mexico, a 1-0 winner over Guadeloupe.

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