Prosecutors charged former Green Bay safety Darren Sharper with raping and drugging two women in Los Angeles on Oct. 30 and disclosed he is under investigation in connection with five more drug-related rapes.

Sharper's arraignment Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court was postponed until Feb. 20 at the request of his defense attorneys.

Prosecutors then filed a motion to increase Sharper's bail from $200,000 to $10 million and outlined details of investigations involving him in Las Vegas, Tempe, Ariz., and New Orleans. Superior Court Judge Roberto Longoria didn't immediately take up the bail motion. Sharper has not been charged in the other jurisdictions.

In the bail motion, an L.A. County investigator described a pattern in which Sharper met women at clubs or parties and lured them to a hotel room, where they were allegedly drugged and raped. Sharper was arrested Jan. 17.

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    Baseball

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    Motor sports

    Three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart ran 125 miles at Daytona International Speedway in his first practice test since breaking two bones in his right leg in a sprint-car crash Aug. 5. He'll take the green flag Saturday night in the Sprint Unlimited. "There's zero percentage of pain in the car. That was nice," he said. Stewart said Thursday his leg is only 65-percent healed.

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    Miscellany

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