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Reed was diagnosed with his fifth official concussion and at least the sixth one he has suffered in his football career. In other news, Washington also downgraded hybrid rookie linebacker/safety Su'a Cravens to out after originally listing him "questionable" to play.
  • Bradley: Swansea showed Arsenal too much respect

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    The Gunners looked to be having an easy time of it in the early exchanges of the game, but after the England global put us 2-0 up with a brace, Swansea suddenly came to life. The result gave Antonio Conte, Ranieri's fellow Italian, a much-needed win after speculation he was about to be sacked as Chelsea manager. They caused us problems out there today.
  • Blue Jays Sweep Rangers With Extra-Inning Walk-Off

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    Odor's throw to first base landed in the dirt, though. Rangers starter Colby Lewis allowed five hits , including two home runs, and five runs in two-plus innings. "We are not cool right now if you didn't have a good slide.' But fortunately it was good". One Jays fan had a clever sign referencing the brawl with Odor earlier in the season.
  • Cowboys, rookie QB Prescott, look to keep rolling vs Packers

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    Palmer said he would have been fine to play in a typical Sunday-t0-Sunday scenario, but the three-day window to recover before playing the 49ers was not enough. "I'm not going to sit here and say we're better than them or they're better than us", Lang said. Tackle Letroy Guion rejoined the starting lineup last week alongside Daniels after missing a game with a knee injury.
  • Sabres forward Kane injured during opener against Montreal

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    Even after Jack Eichel's high ankle sprain, the injury bug has bitten again. He should provide a much-needed infusion of scoring to a team which lacks it without Eichel and Kane. "It was pretty scary, but we're just hoping for the best". A definitive timetable doesn't exist, but Kane is expected to be sidelined for weeks. However, as a cautionary note, there is no firm timeline for his return at this stage.
  • Dombrowski: Farrell will be back as Red Sox manager in 2017

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    But even as the Indians frolicked on the field in their celebratory hats and T-shirts, Boston fans weren't ready to let their beloved Big Papi go. He was having a hard time grasping the fact that the season - and Ortiz's career - was over, and it probably didn't help that he got booted from the game with the Red Sox down to their final strike either.
  • Liverpool, Man United warn fans ahead of league clash

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    In what is easily the match of the week, Liverpool take on Manchester United after the worldwide break on the back of 4 back to back league victories. Mourinho's side face a tough couple of weeks following the global break, after United's trip to Anfield on Monday, the Reds then host Fenerbahce in the Europa League later next week before traveling to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea next weekend.
  • Mesut Ozil praise for Alex Iwobi growth

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    Germany were in complete control of the match at 2-0 last night and Low admitted after the game that his players were in cruise control so it looks like he chose to take Ozil off and give him a breather - which I'm sure Arsene Wenger will appreciate.
  • Manchester United fans will show Rooney more respect than England supporters - Robson

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    Wayne Rooney has been left " confused " by Jose Mourinho 's decision not to play him midfield for Manchester United according to club legend and former Welsh worldwide Ryan Giggs. Robson, who made 90 appearances for England , said: "Some England fans seem to forget what he has done for his country for years now". Privately, however, there must be an acceptance that this marks the end of the road for him in Manchester, with the matter likely to be forced next summer if they do decide to ...
  • Liverpool and Man United fans warned ahead of Anfield clash

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    Liverpool were fined £30,000 by UEFA for illicit chanting and a further £13,000 for setting off fireworks, throwing objects and crowd disturbances. With this one a night game under the Anfield lights, the atmosphere will be fully charged and this certainly won't be a game for the faint hearted.
  • RYDER CUP '16: Facts and figures for the 41st edition

    RYDER CUP '16: Facts and figures for the 41st edition

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    As is so often the case in the modern game, the course is surrounded by fantastic scenery that will be enjoyed even more following a major re-routing project. He's the leader of this Ryder Cup team only through longevity and the force of his own personality. Mickelson said it was problematic that they were paired together with only two days' notice.
  • Scully calls final game in Hall of Fame broadcasting career

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    People would stop what they were doing just to listen to Vin call a game. Although he'd reduced his travel schedule over the past three years, and didn't broadcast away games at all this year, Scully chose to end his career with a ideal symbolic circle that included the Giants.
  • Mickelson heads to Safeway, still riding high from Ryder Cup

    Mickelson heads to Safeway, still riding high from Ryder Cup

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    The announcement of his return to the PGA Tour's Safeway Open was made on Friday, which prompted his caddie Joe LaCava to make the long trip from Florida to California the next day; only to have Woods turn back on his decision. "It's going to be a hard grind to come back and compete against the best in the world". He added: "Everything is stacking up against him now". "I know the stamina needed to play 72 holes.
  • Sabres center Eichel hurts left leg in practice

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    Buffalo Sabres star center Jack Eichel suffered an ankle injury during practice Wednesday and had to be helped off the ice. Eichel reportedly rolled his leg underneath him while falling backwards, and appeared to be in serious pain. The second overall pick in last year's National Hockey League entry draft lived up to his considerable advance billing as a rookie, with 24 goals and 32 assists in 81 games.
  • Jim Harbaugh: Jabrill Peppers 'on the same dance floor' as Jim Thorpe

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    They've gone a combined 1-10 against Big Ten opponents dating back to the beginning of the 2015 campaign and finished last season with a 4-8 record overall. Nebraska: Caleb Lightbourn has carried the burden of replacing punter Sam Foltz, who was killed in a auto crash in July. Recently, Harbaugh and his staff designed offensive plays utilizing Peppers at the quarterback spot.
  • Dak Prescott featured on another Sports Illustrated cover

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    As Jerry said, the Cowboys can pick their spot as long as Dak Prescott continues to play at his current level. "And (the Cowboys) really are hitting on all cylinders". So, yeah, there's a lot to like, and for good reason: Prescott might be 23 years old but he takes his job very seriously. In each of their games so far, the Cowboys have received the ball first and put themselves in position to score points.
  • Prolific Azam included in Pakistan squad for opening Test

    Prolific Azam included in Pakistan squad for opening Test

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    And, according to both Pakistan and West Indies, each of which are preparing for their first pink ball Test, the black seam has been a concern in training. "Those who are good but weren't able to perform in England, we made them to play in first-class cricket". Azam, the latest Pakistani batting sensation has accumulated 656 runs in ODI cricket in 11 innings this year at an average of 59 and an impressive strike-rate of 95.
  • IEA warns of risk to oil demand from record global debt

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    Igor Sechin, head of state-controlled energy giant Rosneft, said his company will not cap oil production as part of a possible agreement with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec), Reuters reported . December Brent crude oil futures were down 51 cents at US$52.63 (RM219) a barrel by 0915 GMT (5.15pm Malaysian time), below yesterday's one-year high at US$53.73, while U.S.
  • American anthem protest reaches a new low!

    American anthem protest reaches a new low!

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    So when the Sacramento Kings players linked arms during their National Basketball Association preseason opener on Monday, it came as no great surprise. Multiple athletes have carried out the demonstration against racial injustice and police brutality. KCRA also reached out to Tysse, who declined to be interviewed.
  • Jets WR Eric Decker goes on IR, season likely over

    Jets WR Eric Decker goes on IR, season likely over

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    Decker is coming off of one of the best seasons of his career, in which he caught 80 passes for 1,027 yards and 12 touchdowns. In three games this season, Decker caught nine passes for 194 yards and two TDs. Decker suffered a shoulder injury in Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills , and Jets management was hopeful he would be able to return soon. Decker had said he planned to rehab the injury and do everything he could to avoid surgery.
  • Ashwin regains number one spot in Test rankings

    Ashwin regains number one spot in Test rankings

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    The entire New Zealand second innings were wrapped up virtually in one session. "Look, he's a very good bowler and we're always learning playing worldwide cricket. If you see Cheteshwar Pujara hitting a fast bowler back over his head, it is the best example of expressing yourself. The India vs. New Zealand series was an eye-opener for India's rivals.
  • Buccaneers may have rediscovered running game with Rodgers

    Buccaneers may have rediscovered running game with Rodgers

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    B Running backs: Cameron Artis-Payne ran hard, protected the ball and finished with 85 yards (on 18 carries) and the Panthers' only two scores. "But sometimes we've got to bow our necks on third downs and make plays". Carolina has 46 penalties on the season, the second most in the National Football League behind Oakland (49). Later Monday, Kubiak said in a statement that he was feeling better and thanked supporters for the well-wishes he had received.
  • Minnesota Wild claim Teemu Pulkkinen off waivers

    Minnesota Wild claim Teemu Pulkkinen off waivers

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    Mantha scored three goals in five preseason games for the Red Wings, who have significant depth at forward heading into their season-opening contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday. That' what made him a difference maker at the American League level and I still think he can be a difference maker at this level. "It's hard to score goals in this league and we thought his talent is high-end and worth the waiver claim".
  • Japan holds Australia to draw

    Japan holds Australia to draw

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    The Blue Samurai, in contrast, were structured and compact, pressed well and gave Australia little time to settle. "From there I think we could have won the game. "If we play well with two up front it works well for us and if we play well in midfield with one up front it would be good too". I guess they must have looked at it and thought after going a goal up it would have been a great result for them.
  • Upon Further Review: Minnesota Vikings pummel Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

    Upon Further Review: Minnesota Vikings pummel Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers

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    Quarterback Sam Bradford, receiver Stefon Diggs and the Vikings' offense were solid if unspectacular in their first game without running back Adrian Peterson , while running back Jerick McKinnon filled in efficiently. His 62-yarder that was downed at the 7 and moved to the 4 because of a Carolina penalty on Sunday is what led to a safety at a point when the Vikings had fallen behind 10-0.
  • Johnson named PGA player of the year

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    Johnson had a tour best 15 top-10 finishes and the best adjusted scoring average. The world No.2 landed the coveted honour after posting a career-best three wins, including his US Open triumph at Oakmont Country Club in June. Johnson finished in the top-25 in 19 of the 22 events he played over the course of the season. Johnson has won at least one PGA Tour event in nine consecutive seasons dating back to his rookie year in 2008 - the longest active streak on the Tour.
  • AD: LSU won't lose November 19 home game to play at Florida

    AD: LSU won't lose November 19 home game to play at Florida

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    The teams have played every year since 1971. By contrast, SC and Georgia agreed to delay their game from Saturday until Sunday. He said the possibility of Florida coming to LSU this season and then LSU going to Florida the next two seasons had not been discussed.
  • Konta to meet Radwanska in China Open final

    Konta to meet Radwanska in China Open final

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    The Sydney-born Brit faces third-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska in Sunday's final where she hopes to capture her second title of the year and first at a Premier Mandatory event. Top-seeded Andy Murray beat fifth-seeded David Ferrer 6-2, 6-3 to reach his ninth final of the season. Radwanska set up championship point with a backhand lob, before an ace saw her claim her third title of the year, after successes at the Shenzhen Open and the Connecticut Open.
  • Clarke denies changing his Ryder Cup plan

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    Several fans asked Willett to get them a hot dog, a reference to a plea in Pete Willet's blog for a British golf outlet that the European team silence "the pudgy, basement-dwelling, irritants, stuffed on cookie dough and pissy beer, pausing between mouthfuls of hotdog so they can scream "Baba Booey" until their jelly faces turn red".
  • Ashwin puts India in commanding position vs New Zealand

    Ashwin puts India in commanding position vs New Zealand

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    Among the New Zealand bowlers, off-spinner Jeetan Patel was the only one to bag wickets with figures of 2-56. But it looked as though they were on course to make real fist of it after an opening stand of 118 between Tom Latham and Martin Guptill.
  • Packers show they can dominate line of scrimmage vs Giants

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    If you were looking for a more dominant post-bye performance, then you probably weren't overly impressed and found yourself wondering why the Packers couldn't administer a knockout blow during a first half in which they controlled the ball for more than 20 minutes or why an offense that seemed so in-sync early in the game evaporated.