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  • UCLA's Phillips, Jamabo lost for season

    UCLA sophomore linebacker Jaelan Phillips and senior running back Soso Jamabo will miss the rest of the season due to concussions, Bruins coach Chip Kelly told reporters on Monday.

  • Alabama QB Tagovailoa avoids serious knee injury

    Alabama sophomore quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is slated to practice Monday, less than 48 hours after reinjuring his right knee, coach Nick Saban said at a news conference.

  • Patriots ban fan who doused KC's Hill with beer

    A day after a fan at Gillette Stadium threw beer onto Kansas City's Tyreek Hill, the New England Patriots on Monday announced they have identified the fan, banned him from their stadium and turned the matter over to law enforcement.

  • Bills QB Peterman says he'll learn from interceptions

    Buffalo Bills: Backup quarterback Nathan Peterman entered the Bills' Week 6 loss to Houston after rookie starter Josh Allen went out with an injury. He threw a touchdown pass to Zay Jones, but then the interception bug bit him again. He threw two, including one that became the game-winning pick-six for the Texans. His career has been defined by interceptions. He threw five in one half last season when he got the starting nod over Tyrod Taylor against the Chargers. In six career games, he has 79 pass attempts with nine interceptions and three touchdowns. "It's tough," Peterman said after the game. "You put everything you have into winning the game. It hurts for my teammates. Everybody out there for 60 minutes, giving it all they had, trying to come in here and help us win and didn't do it today. I'm going to learn from it and take it day-by-day." Head coach Sean McDermott clearly wasn't happy. "Well, we've got to have more respect for the football," McDermott said. "I felt he tried to force the football in those situations. You can't do that. You have to take what the defense gives you."

  • Warriors, Rockets should rule West

    When you add the best player in the world and the top four rookies in the incoming class, the already superior NBA Western Conference will be great in 2018-19.

  • Bucs fire DC Smith, promote Duffner

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired defensive coordinator Mike Smith on Monday, replacing him with linebackers coach Mark Duffner.

  • Report: Suns ink veteran SG Crawford

    Veteran shooting guard Jamal Crawford agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Phoenix Suns, ESPN reported Monday.

  • Film study: Necessary evolution from Cowboys’ offense

    In what was supposed to be a knock-down, drag-out defensive battle, the Cowboys' offense didn't get the memo.

  • Defense attorneys: Texts show Kansas coaches knew of payments

    Defense attorneys on Monday disputed claims by a former Adidas consultant that Kansas basketball coaches had no knowledge of payments made to Kansas players and their families, producing evidence they claim shows otherwise as the federal government's wire fraud case against three men continued in a New York courtroom.

  • Ole Miss WR Metcalf suffers season-ending neck injury

    Mississippi receiver D.K. Metcalf will miss the rest of the season with a neck injury, Rebels coach Matt Luke announced during Monday's news conference.

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