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NFL roundup: Steelers knock off Brady, Patriots

Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes, and the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense stopped Tom Brady and the visiting New England Patriots twice in the red zone in the fourth quarter to seal a 17-10 win Sunday. Read More


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NBA roundup: Simmons' rare triple-double carries 76ers

Ben Simmons had 22 points, 14 assists and 11 rebounds to lead the visiting Philadelphia 76ers past the Cleveland Cavaliers 128-105 on Sunday. More »


NHL roundup: Sabres get best of Bruins again

Buffalo's Jeff Skinner scored two goals, including the go-ahead tally late in the third period, as the Sabres knocked off the host Boston Bruins 4-2 on Sunday. More »


Soccer: Qatar won't decide on 48-team World Cup until it's seen FIFA study

DOHA (Reuters) - Qatar will not take a decision on whether to expand its 2022 World Cup to 48 teams from 32 until it has seen the details of a feasibility study from FIFA, an official from the country's World Cup organizing committee said on Monday. More »


NFL notebook: Flacco expected to change uniforms in 2019

The Baltimore Ravens are expected to release or trade quarterback Joe Flacco this offseason, NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday morning. More »


Blackhawks G Crawford diagnosed with concussion

Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford left Sunday's game against the San Jose Sharks late in the first period and was later diagnosed with a concussion after hitting his helmet on the goal post during an ugly collision with multiple players. More »


Koepka closes year at No. 1 as Rose falters in Indonesia

Brooks Koepka will finish 2018 as the No. 1-ranked player in the world after England's Justin Rose posted his worst round of the year Sunday with an opportunity to claim the top spot in the final round of the Indonesian Masters. More »


Cyclist Thomas voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year

LONDON (Reuters) - Cyclist Geraint Thomas was voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year on Sunday, receiving British sport's premier annual individual accolade in Birmingham as a reward for his remarkable Tour de France triumph. More »


Footgolf: Argentina's Perrone crowned world champion

(Reuters) - Matias Perrone of Argentina became the footgolf world champion in Marrakesh, Morocco on Sunday, beating Briton Ben Clarke by two shots to claim the title. More »


Belgium beat Netherlands in shootout to win maiden World Cup

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Belgium became the sixth nation to win the men's hockey World Cup after winning a penalty shootout 3-2 against three-times champions Netherlands at Bhubaneswar's Kalinga Stadium on Sunday. More »


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