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Ravens OL Lewis could play Sunday after scary neck injury

Baltimore Ravens: Left guard Alex Lewis avoided a serious neck injury and could return to the lineup as soon as next week. Lewis, who sustained the injury on a run-blocking play Sunday and was carted off the field in Nashville, Tenn., on a backboard, underwent multiple tests and all signs are positive, coach John Harbaugh said Monday. More »


Reports: Pacers, Turner closing in on monster extension

The Indiana Pacers and center Myles Turner are reportedly closing in on a contract extension before Monday's deadline to get one done, and the deal could pay the 22-year-old in the neighborhood of $20 million per season. More »


Falcons WR Ridley not seriously hurt

Atlanta Falcons rookie receiver Calvin Ridley was diagnosed with a bone bruise after an MRI exam was conducted on his left ankle, according to a NFL Media report. More »


Vikings rookie CB Hughes (ACL) out for season

Minnesota Vikings first-round cornerback Mike Hughes tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Sunday and will miss the rest of the season, head coach Mike Zimmer confirmed Monday. More »


NBA-Warriors still team to beat despite rivals' best efforts, say pundits

Oct 15 (Reuters) - LeBron James was one of many high-profile players who switched NBA teams during the offseason but all the roster shuffling will do little to cause the reigning champions Golden State Warriors to panic, TV pundits said on Monday. More »


Titans lose OLB Morgan, ILB Woodyard set to return

Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Derrick Morgan will miss multiple weeks after suffering a shoulder injury during Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens, coach Mike Vrabel said during Monday's press conference. More »


ABA, Pacers co-founder Tinkham dies

Richard Tinkham, a co-founder of both the American Basketball Association and the Indiana Pacers franchise, died Sunday after a long battle with muscular dystrophy, the Pacers confirmed Monday. He was reportedly 85 or 86 at the time of his death. More »


Could trade provide graceful exit for Giants' Manning?

Dallas Cowboys: It's tough replacing one of the most accurate kickers in NFL history, but that's just what Brett Maher is doing this season -- and doing it well. When the Cowboys cut Dan Bailey and his $3.4 million salary and brought in the $480,000-a-year Maher, no one was quite sure how it would turn out. But on the season, he's hit 15 of 16 field goals, missing only his first attempt of the year. On Sunday, in the Cowboys' 40-7 drubbing of Jacksonville, Maher hit field goals of 32, 46, 50 and 55 yards. He also connected on all four extra-point attempts. "Hats off to our kicker, Brett, for doing his job," defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence said after the game. "He's pretty nice." An even bigger compliment came from Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones. "We're really pleased with how he's kicking," Jones said. "He's kicking in form with how he kicked in preseason. It's not surprising." More »


Patriots ban fan who doused K.C.'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. More »


Browns' Mayfield 'fine,' Streater placed on IR

The Cleveland Browns escaped major injury to their quarterback on Sunday, but wide receiver Rod Streater is out for the season following a neck fracture and linebacker Joe Schobert will miss time, coach Hue Jackson said Monday. More »


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. More »


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. More »


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. More »


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." More »


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. More »


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