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Minnesota Vikings' Kirk Cousins cleared to practice after COVID absence Los Angeles Chargers star Derwin James agrees to $76.4M deal, becomes NFL's highest-paid safety, source says Atlanta Braves, Michael Harris II agree to 8-year, $72 million extension Patrick Reed files defamation lawsuit against Golf Channel, commentator Brandel Chamblee Houston Astros' Justin Verlander, Chicago White Sox's Dylan Cease each surrender 3 runs in Cy Young showdown Tiger Woods, top PGA Tour players meet amid LIV Golf strife; expected to take suggestions to commissioner Jay Monahan Seattle Seahawks' Drew Lock to miss Thursday start after testing positive for COVID-19 Seattle Seahawks' Drew Lock to miss start Thursday after testing positive for COVID-19 Serena Williams' run in Cincinnati short-lived, as Emma Raducanu posts Round 1 win in straight sets New England Patriots put Malcolm Butler on injured reserve Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler among PGA Tour players conferring amid LIV Golf strife Sky coach James Wade voices displeasure with WNBA playoffs first-round format as Chicago prepares to defend title Sources: New York Mets to call up touted 3B prospect Brett Baty Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers frustrated with drops, inconsistency by young receivers Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy: Oklahoma, Texas 'took a lot of history' out of Big 12, college football Pittsburgh Pirates' Rodolfo Castro suspended one game for having cellphone in pocket New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson's right knee surgery deemed a success, sources say New York Mets' Carlos Carrasco has oblique strain, could miss 3-4 weeks Pittsburgh Pirates' Rololfo Castro suspended one game for having cellphone in pocket Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart is first 2-time winner of the AP's WNBA Player of the Year award Tyrod Taylor may get some 1st-team reps but Daniel Jones still QB1, New York Giants coach Brian Daboll says Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart is the first 2-time winner of the AP's Player of the Year award Ohio State football loses running back Evan Pryor to season-ending knee injury, sources confirm Snow Canyon player Easton Oliverson undergoes emergency surgery for severe head injury Jones, not Griner, is beat behind Baylor NBA avoids scheduling regular-season games on Election Day Oklahoma coach Brent Venables praises Sooners' resolve in wake of Cale Gundy resignation: They've 'not allowed it to become a distraction' Sources: Tiger Woods to meet with group of players at BMW Championship, rally support for PGA Tour against rival LIV series Tampa Bay Buccaneers agree to deal with Carl Nassib, source says 'That's a classic': Cy Young favorites Justin Verlander, Dylan Cease set to clash in Chicago Sources: Philadelphia 76ers, Ben Simmons reach settlement on grievance over withheld pay Fernando Tatis Sr. says 'all of baseball' loses with son suspended 80 games for 'something so insignificant' Los Angeles Dodgers starter Walker Buehler will have season-ending elbow surgery next week Miami to host 2026 College Football Playoff national championship game; Atlanta selected for 2025, source says Non-NFLPA-certified agent has been contacting clubs on behalf of linebacker Roquan Smith, NFL management council memo says LSU Tigers QB Myles Brennan will no longer play college football Ex-NFL star Aqib Talib's brother turns self in after slaying of youth football coach Major League Baseball's postseason schedule could feature latest calendar date in World Series history Hall of Fame ex-Princeton Tigers coach Pete Carril dies at 92 Texas Rangers fire manager Chris Woodward amid season of dissatisfactory progress Tennessee Titans LB Bud Dupree pleads guilty to lesser assault charge, gets probation LSU Tigers say QB Myles Brennan will no longer play college football Liz Cambage says she's stepping away from WNBA for 'time being' Report: Memphis Grizzlies to play Golden State Warriors as part of NBA's Christmas Day slate Cameron Smith pulls out of BMW Championship with hip injury Giannis Antetokounmpo says he would be open to playing for Chicago Bulls later in NBA career Fifteen illegal contact flags thrown in Week 1 of NFL preseason after 36 thrown all of last regular season Fifteen illegal contact flags thrown in Week 1 of preseason after 36 thrown all of last regular season Stars-Ducks Preview Brittney Griner's defense team files appeal of conviction Videos

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Minnesota Vikings' Kirk Cousins cleared to practice after COVID absence

EAGAN, Minn. -- Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins said Wednesday he had been cleared for his normal practice workload after returning from five days away due to a positive COVID-19 test.The Vikings have been targeting their two days of practice this week against the San Francisco 49ers as the most important days of their training camp. Cousins is expected to fill his normal role with the first-team offense.Cousins said he felt "a little lousy" last Thursday and reported the symptoms to the Vikings' medical officials. He returned to the team facility Tuesday for meetings. Overall, his symptoms were minimal and he noted that the timing of his absence -- the days around Sunday's preseason game at Las Vegas -- was fortunate."I was commenting to my wife that if I had to miss five days, and you were to be strategic about which five, you probably picked a pretty good five," Cousins said. "Thursday's practice would have been great to be a part of, but...

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Los Angeles Chargers star Derwin James agrees to $76.4M deal, becomes NFL's highest-paid safety, source says

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Chargers and All-Pro safety Derwin Jameshave agreed to terms on a four-year, $76.4 million contract extension, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.The deal has an average annual value of $19.13 million and resets the safety market, making James the highest-paid safety in NFL history, a source told Schefter.James agreed to the deal one day after Chargers coach Brandon Staley described the star safety as an "impact player" and the "heartbeat of our defense.""When I see him, I'm like, 'That's a defensive back,' because he can play anywhere," Staley said Tuesday. "He can play either safety spot, he can play corner. ... He can rush the quarterback and make an impact as a blitzer, he can make an impact in man-to-man coverage, and then he can make an impact in zone defense, whether he's playing low or high -- and he's our signal-caller and the heartbeat of our defense."James reported to training camp on July 26 but remained a...

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Atlanta Braves, Michael Harris II agree to 8-year, $72 million extension

The Atlanta Braves made another move Tuesday night to lock up their young core long term, agreeing to an eight-year, $72 million extension with outfielder Michael Harris II.The deal for 21-year-old Harris runs through the 2030 season and includes team options for 2031 ($15 million) and2032 ($20M).Harris was the team's top prospect entering the season, leading to a major league call-up in late May. The youngest player in the majors hasn't missed a beat since, hitting .287 with 12 home runs, 13 steals and 39 RBI in 71 games.He was named NL Rookie of the Month in June, currently leads all qualified rookies with an .825 OPS and has played strong defense in the outfield for reigning World Series champs.Atlanta has made a habit of locking up its young talent in recent seasons. The team signed star third baseman Austin Riley to a 10-year, $212 million extension earlier this month, and now has Harris, Riley, Ronald Acuna Jr. and Ozzie...

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Patrick Reed files defamation lawsuit against Golf Channel, commentator Brandel Chamblee

Patrick Reed is the latest member of LIV Golf to turn from the course to the courts, as the 2018 Masters champion filed a defamation lawsuit against Golf Channel and commentator Brandel Chamblee on Tuesday.The claim central to Reed's complaint is that Chamblee and Golf Channel conspired with the PGA Tour and commissioner Jay Monahan to defame Reed "since he was 23 years old" -- nine years ago.Reed's allegations include "misreporting information with falsity and/or reckless disregard of the truth, that is with actual and constitutional malice, purposely omitting pertinent key material facts to mislead the public, and actively targeting [Reed] to destroy his reputation, create hate, and a hostile work environment for him."In January 2020, Reed's lawyer sent Chamblee a cease-and-desist letter demanding he not repeat accusations that Reed cheated during a tournament. Reed was penalized 2 strokes at the Hero World Challenge in 2019 for improving his lie in a bunker, but he...

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Houston Astros' Justin Verlander, Chicago White Sox's Dylan Cease each surrender 3 runs in Cy Young showdown

CHICAGO -- The American League Cy Young race probably didn't alter much on Tuesday, as Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander and his top competitor for the honor -- Chicago White Sox righty Dylan Cease -- each gave up three runs in the White Sox's eventual 4-3 victory."I was disappointed," Cease said despite the team win. "It wasn't my sharpest outing but [the game] was close enough to keep us in it, then everyone else picked me up."For the second night in a row, White Sox third baseman Yoan Moncada drove in the winning run with an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth.Neither starter was around for a decision in the game. Verlander, 39, lasted seven innings, while Cease, 26, went only five. Cease gave up three runs on six hits and three walks, the first time in his past 15 outings he has given up more than one earned run.Verlander had a 3-1 lead in the seventh, but pinch hitter Gavin Sheets doubled home the tying runs...

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Tiger Woods, top PGA Tour players meet amid LIV Golf strife; expected to take suggestions to commissioner Jay Monahan

Tiger Woods arrived in Wilmington, Delaware, the site of this week's BMW Championship, on Tuesday to meet with a select number of players to discuss the future of the PGA Tour and how it might be strengthened in its ongoing battle with LIV Golf for the best players in the world.Woods, a 15-time major champion, flew to Delaware from Florida, along with his friend Rickie Fowler, who didn't qualify for the second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs."It was about all the top players getting on the same page," a player who attended the meeting told ESPN. "It was a good meeting."The meeting, held at an off-course hotel, lasted three and a half hours, the player said, and most of the PGA Tour's top stars were there, including Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and others.Woods had similar discussions with a handful of players at the JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland in July, sources told ESPN, and he wanted to bring their ideas to a wider audience of PGA...

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Seattle Seahawks' Drew Lock to miss Thursday start after testing positive for COVID-19

RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Thursday's second preseason game, the team announced Tuesday.The news came roughly 90 minutes after coach Pete Carroll declared that while Geno Smith was still leading Seattle's quarterback competition, Lock would start Thursday against the visiting Chicago Bears. Instead, Lock will have to isolate for at least five days in accordance with CDC guidelines, which the NFL is now following after putting its coronavirus protocols on pause.Lock is vaccinated against COVID-19, according to ESPN's Jeff Legwold.Speaking to reporters after practice -- before the announcement of Lock's positive test -- Carroll also revealed the Seahawks are hoping to have rookie running back Kenneth Walker III available for their season opener as the second-round pick deals with a hernia.Lock's positive test was a surprising twist to what was already a...

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Seattle Seahawks' Drew Lock to miss start Thursday after testing positive for COVID-19

RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Drew Lock has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss Thursday's second preseason game, the team announced Tuesday.The news came roughly 90 minutes after coach Pete Carroll declared that while Geno Smith was still leading Seattle's quarterback competition, Lock would start Thursday against the Chicago Bears. Instead, Lock will have to isolate for at least five days in accordance with CDC guidelines, which the NFL is now following after putting its COVID protocols on pause.Lock is vaccinated against COVID-19, according to ESPN's Jeff Legwold.Speaking to reporters after practice -- before the announcement of Lock's positive test -- Carroll also revealed the Seahawks are hoping to have rookie running back Kenneth Walker III available for their season opener as the second-round picks deals with a hernia.Lock's positive test was a surprising twist to what was already a noteworthy development...

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Serena Williams' run in Cincinnati short-lived, as Emma Raducanu posts Round 1 win in straight sets

MASON, Ohio -- Serena Williams lost in the opening-round match of what is likely the penultimate tournament of her career Tuesday, but she was still given a hero's send-off following the 6-4, 6-0 defeat to Emma Raducanu at the Western & Southern Open.Moments after losing, Williams was given a standing ovation from the crowd and drew praise from her opponent on the court after the match."We all should honor Serena and her amazing career," said Raducanu, the 2021 US Open champion. "I'm so grateful for the experience to have been able to play her and for our careers to have crossed over. Everything she's achieved is so inspirational. It was a true honor to share the court with her."Williams, for her part, appeared to decline the on-court interviewer as she quickly packed her bags and walked off the court immediately after the match, waving and smiling to the crowd as she went. A microphone that had been set up on the opposite side of the net from Raducanu's...

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New England Patriots put Malcolm Butler on injured reserve

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots placed veteran cornerback Malcolm Butler on injured reserve Tuesday, ending his season and comeback attempt with the franchise where he became a Super Bowl hero seven years ago.Butler, 32, suffered a hip injury, a source said. Butler had started in the Patriots' preseason opener Thursday, playing 23 snaps and recovering a fumble, but had not practiced since.Butler, who spent 2021 out of football, had signed a two-year contract with the Patriots in March. He was part of a group of players vying to fill the void created by J.C. Jackson's free-agent departure to the Los Angeles Chargers, and was mostly practicing as a backup behind veterans Jalen Mills, Terrance Mitchell and Jonathan Jones.Butler was the hero of the team's 28-24 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. His interception at the goal line in the final minute is one of the iconic plays in franchise...

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Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler among PGA Tour players conferring amid LIV Golf strife

Tiger Woods arrived in Wilmington, Delaware, the site of this week's BMW Championship, on Tuesday to meet with a select number of players to discuss the future of the PGA Tour and how it might be strengthened in its ongoing battle with LIV Golf for the best players in the world.Woods, a 15-time major champion, flew to Delaware from Florida, along with his friend Rickie Fowler, who didn't qualify for the second leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.PGA Tour stars Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay and others were expected to attend the meeting, which was being held at an off-course hotel.Sources told ESPN on Monday that Woods was meeting with several of the world's top 20 golfers and other influential players to make sure they were all on the "same page" in terms of the PGA Tour's future.Woods had similar discussions with a handful of players at the JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland in July, sources told ESPN, and he wanted to bring their ideas to...

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Sky coach James Wade voices displeasure with WNBA playoffs first-round format as Chicago prepares to defend title

CHICAGO -- As the Chicago Sky prepared for the first round of the WNBA playoffs, and the start of their title defense under the league's new playoff format, coach and general manager James Wade said he was "not a real big fan" of the new structure of the first-round series.The No. 2 seed Sky will host the No. 7 seed New York Liberty for the first two games of their first-round matchup, which begins Wednesday night, but the series will shift to New York for a potential decisive Game 3."We worked all year to have home-court advantage," Wade said after practice Tuesday. "If you have a bad game, then home-court advantage goes to the lower seed."Since 2016, the WNBA's playoff format featured two byes for the top two seeds and single-elimination games for the first two rounds until a new format was agreed upon entering the 2022 season.The semifinals and WNBA Finals remain best-of-five series following a 2-2-1 format.The Sky and Liberty have two days off in...

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Sources: New York Mets to call up touted 3B prospect Brett Baty

The New York Mets are calling up third baseman Brett Baty, one of the top prospects in baseball, to help stem the tide of injuries to their infield in recent days, sources familiar with the move told ESPN.Baty, 22, is expected to fly to Atlanta, where the Mets will play the second game of a four-game series Tuesday night. They placed infielder Luis Guillorme on the injured list Monday with a groin strain that will sideline him for more than a month, and Eduardo Escobar could join him on the injured list with a strained oblique.Ranked the 37th-best prospect in baseball by ESPN's Kiley McDaniel, Baty is a left-handed-hitting slugger who went 12th overall in the 2019 draft to the Mets. While some teams dinged Baty for being an older high school player, the Mets bought into the bat and have been rewarded mightily. Between Double-A and a week's worth of games at Triple-A, Baty is hitting .315/.410/.533 with 19 home runs and 60 RBIs.Teams...

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Green Bay Packers' Aaron Rodgers frustrated with drops, inconsistency by young receivers

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The expiration date on Aaron Rodgers' patience with the Green Bay Packers' young pass-catchers must have read Aug. 16.For the first time since losing Davante Adamsthis offseason, Rodgers expressed frustration with the group."The young guys, especially young receivers, we've got to be way more consistent," Rodgers said. "A lot of drops, a lot of bad route decisions, running the wrong route. We've got to get better in that area."The frustration wasn't directed at Allen Lazard, who Rodgers believes is a legitimate No. 1. Nor was it pointed at Randall Cobb, who Rodgers called one of the premier slot receivers in the league, or free agent pickup Sammy Watkins, who Rodgers said had his best day.Rodgers' tolerance with the others, though, appeared to have waned following Tuesday's penalty-filled practice against the New Orleans Saints that also included a drop by rookie Romeo Doubs on what Rodgers...

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Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy: Oklahoma, Texas 'took a lot of history' out of Big 12, college football

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Oklahoma Statecoach Mike Gundy said Tuesday that Oklahomaand Texas"took the money and ran" in leaving the Big 12 for the SEC."Let's just cut to the chase. They made a choice to financially secure their athletic departments for the next 12 to 15 years," Gundy told ESPN. "People can talk about all the reasons, but that's why they did it, all for the money, and took a lot of history out of this league and a lot of history out of college football with them."Now, they're not the first ones to do it. Texas A&M did the same thing when they jumped ship to the SEC [in 2012]."Gundy, entering his 18th season as Oklahoma State's coach, guided the Cowboys to a 12-win season a year ago and a Fiesta Bowl victory over Notre Dame. Oklahoma State ended the regular season with a 37-33 victory over Oklahoma, which in Gundy's mind will almost certainly be one of the last Bedlam games."They sort of made that decision when they left for the SEC,"...

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Pittsburgh Pirates' Rodolfo Castro suspended one game for having cellphone in pocket

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Rodolfo Castro was suspended for one game and fined by Major League Baseball on Tuesday after a cell phone flew out of his pocket mid-slide during an Aug. 9 game, prompting an investigation that cleared him of further wrongdoing, sources told ESPN.Castro, a 23-year-old rookie, received the suspension -- which he is appealing -- for violating the league's policy against bringing unapproved electronic devices onto the field.MLB examined the activity on Castro's phone and found no evidence that it had been used during the game before the incident, sources told ESPN.That distinction, sources said, was important. Multiple executives expressed fear that if MLB did not come down with a severe punishment on Castro, it would not be doing enough to discourage players from using cell phones to receive signals during the game. The postgame forensic analysis on Castro's phone illustrated how MLB plans to approach violations of a policy that was in place...

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New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson's right knee surgery deemed a success, sources say

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The New York Jets can exhale.Quarterback Zach Wilson's arthroscopic knee surgery Tuesday was deemed a success, with no surprises from the original diagnosis, sources told ESPN.Wilson was diagnosed with meniscus tear and a bone bruise after a non-contact injury last Friday night against the Philadelphia Eagles, with sources initially saying the recovery would be two to four weeks. There was no updated timetable, but the Jets avoided the nightmare scenario -- a season-ending injury to their second-year quarterback.The meniscus required only a "trim," one source said -- as the Jets expected. They were optimistic that was the extent of the damage, but they refrained from any definitive statements until the arthroscopy, which was performed in Los Angeles by Dr. Neal ElAttrache.The Jets are poised to start Joe Flacco in the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens, the team he led to the Super Bowl title after the 2012...

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New York Mets' Carlos Carrasco has oblique strain, could miss 3-4 weeks

New York Mets right-hander Carlos Carrasco has been diagnosed with a low-grade left oblique strain and could miss three to four weeks, the team said Tuesday.Carrasco had an MRI on Tuesday morning after he left Monday's loss to the Atlanta Braves with left side tightness.Carrasco, 35, allowed three runs in two innings against the Braves, and his outing was interrupted by a 55-minute rain delay in the second inning. He returned after it to get the final out of the inning, but he winced on his last pitch and was pulled from the game.Carrasco (13-5, 3.92 ERA) had gone 5-0 with a 1.69 ERA over his past seven starts, and New York was 7-0 over that stretch entering Monday's series opener.The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Pittsburgh Pirates' Rololfo Castro suspended one game for having cellphone in pocket

Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Rodolfo Castro was suspended one game and fined an undisclosed amount Tuesday for having a cellphone in his back pocket during an Aug. 9 game against the Arizona Diamondbacks.Castro was ruled by Major League Baseball to have violated its electronic device policy by having the cellphone in his pocket.Castro is appealing the suspension, MLB announced.Castro's phone popped out of his pocket when he slid into third base during the game against the Diamondbacks. It was his first game back in the majors for his second stint with the Pirates this season.He told reporters after the game that it was unintentional."I don't think there's any professional ballplayer that would ever go out there with any intentions of taking a cellphone,'' Castro told reporters. "It's horrible it happened to me. Obviously, it was very unintentional.''Castro, 23, said he put his oven-mitt-like sliding glove in his pocket and forgot about the phone.

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Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart is first 2-time winner of the AP's WNBA Player of the Year award

Breanna Stewart is always looking for ways to improve her game, and this season, her efforts culminated in a couple more career milestones.The Seattle Storm forward led the WNBA in scoring for the first time in her career, averaging 21.8 points, and Tuesday she became the first player to repeat as The Associated Press WNBA Player of the Year.Stewart received six votes for AP Player of the Year by the 10-member media panel, narrowly edging A'ja Wilson, who received the other four votes. Stewart is the first two-time winner of the award since the AP voting began in 2016."It's an honor to be recognized as the best in the league," said Stewart, who was also named player of the year in 2018. "Since I started in the WNBA in 2016, just trying to get better. Elevate myself and the team, the league as a whole. A big honor, but we're motivated by more, and that's trying to win a championship."Stewart's fourth-seeded Seattle Storm begin their playoff run on Thursday in...

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Tyrod Taylor may get some 1st-team reps but Daniel Jones still QB1, New York Giants coach Brian Daboll says

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants might get quarterback Tyrod Taylor some first-team snaps this summer, coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday.Taylor, however, is currently the clear-cut backup to fourth-year quarterback Daniel Jones."Yeah, he'll get, as we get going here in terms of preseason games, we'll talk about whatever we think is best," Daboll said. "But I have full confidence in Daniel. And I have full confidence in Tyrod in what his role is. Each day we sit there and evaluate the guys, but will he get a few reps here or there? He might."While it could open the door for speculation on Taylor potentially replacing Jones, the pecking order is clear at the moment. Jones, who had the fifth-year option in his rookie contract declined earlier this year and is in the final year of his deal, has taken all but one first-team rep this summer. That one came when Taylor replaced Jones when he was having a conversation with Daboll about the previous...

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Seattle Storm's Breanna Stewart is the first 2-time winner of the AP's Player of the Year award

Breanna Stewart is always looking for ways to improve her game and this season her efforts culminated in a couple more career milestones.The Seattle Storm forward led the WNBA in scoring for the first time in her career, averaging 21.8 points, and Tuesday she became the first player to repeat as The Associated Press WNBA Player of the Year.Stewart received six votes for AP Player of the Year by the 10-member media panel narrowly edging A'ja Wilson, who received the other four votes. Stewart is the first two-time winner of the award since the AP voting began in 2016."It's an honor to be recognized as the best in the league," said Stewart, who was also named player of the year in 2018. "Since I started in the WNBA in 2016, just trying to get better. Elevate myself and the team, the league as a whole. A big honor, but we're motivated by more and that's trying to win a championship."Stewart's fourth-seeded Seattle Storm begin their playoff run on Thursday in a...

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Ohio State football loses running back Evan Pryor to season-ending knee injury, sources confirm

Ohio Staterunning back Evan Pryor will miss the season after suffering a knee injury in practice Monday, sources confirmed to ESPN.Pryor rushed for 98 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries as a true freshman for the Buckeyes last fall. He was set to back up TreVeyon Henderson and Miyan Williams this coming season."He looked so much better than he did last year, the way he was moving," defensive end Jack Sawyertold reporters Tuesday in Columbus. "The only part of sports that I hate is injuries. I just feel so bad for him."Pryor's injury leaves Ohio State with only three healthy scholarship running backs in Henderson, Williams and incoming freshman Dallan Hayden, an ESPN four-star recruit."Learning how to embrace the obstacles life may throw your way," Pryor tweeted Tuesday.Rivals.com first reported Pryor's season-ending injury.Pryor was ESPN's No. 7 running back and No. 128 overall player in the 2021 recruiting...

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Snow Canyon player Easton Oliverson undergoes emergency surgery for severe head injury

A 12-year-old player from Utah, whose team is set to play in the Little League World Series, had to undergo emergency surgery for a severe head injury that he suffered when he fell off the top bunk of a bed early Monday morning.Easton Oliverson, who pitches and plays outfield for the Snow Canyon team out of Santa Clara, Utah, suffered the head injury when he fell in a dorm located in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. He then was airlifted to a children's hospital in the state, where he remains in intensive care.Oliverson's father, Jace, gave an update on his son's condition through Facebook and said doctors told him his son had punctured an artery, which caused bleeding on the brain, and needed a piece of skull removed."He went through pretty traumatic surgery to get to where he's at, but the doctors are all really positive," Spencer Beck, Easton Oliverson's uncle, told the Salt Lake Tribune. "All of the steps moving forward have been good so far."Beck told the newspaper...

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Jones, not Griner, is beat behind Baylor

WACO, Texas -- Perhaps it was the wrong day to talk with Kim Mulkey about Melissa Jones.Baylor had just finished a 77-67 win at home against Louisiana Tech, but the coach was visibly frustrated by the sloppy effort from her team -- particularly on the part of Jones and her other veterans. The Lady Bears allowed a Louisiana Tech team beaten on talent but not effort to cut away at what had been a 24-point lead in the first half. If not for superb showings by the freshman class, including 22 points, eight rebounds and six blocks from Brittney Griner, the final minutes might have been even more tense than they turned out to be. So despite an absence of visible steam around her ears, Mulkey simmered afterward, the look in her eyes and the snap in her answers seemingly capable of doing far more harm than even the sharp heels of her shoes.Ranked No. 6 in the nation, Baylor improved to 7-1 with Saturday's victory against the Lady Techsters. But coming on the heels of six consecutive...

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NBA avoids scheduling regular-season games on Election Day

The NBA on Tuesday announced that it will not hold any games on Nov. 8, as the league opted to instead take Election Day off to encourage fans to vote and to promote nonpartisan civic engagement.The league said that over the next few months, its teams would distribute information on voting process and voter registration deadlines for their respective states.The NBA will announce its full regular-season schedule at 3 p.m. ET Wednesday.

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Oklahoma coach Brent Venables praises Sooners' resolve in wake of Cale Gundy resignation: They've 'not allowed it to become a distraction'

NORMAN, Okla. -- First-year Oklahomacoach Brent Venables said Monday that he's been proud of his team's resolve and focus following longtime assistant coach Cale Gundy's sudden resignationlast week and the way the players have so quickly bought into the new staff's vision."All things considered, they've handled everything great and not allowed it to become a distraction," Venables told ESPN. "You gotta go through some mud sometimes. You gotta get scarred up. You gotta go through some things, and that's how you go get better. You don't go get better and improve through ease and comfort in anything."Gundy, an assistant coach at OU for 23 years, announced his resignation Aug. 7 after reading aloud "multiple times" what Venables said was a "racially charged word" to his players during a position meeting. In a statement announcing his resignation, Gundy apologized and explained that when he noticed a player, who was supposed to be taking notes during...

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Sources: Tiger Woods to meet with group of players at BMW Championship, rally support for PGA Tour against rival LIV series

Tiger Woods is scheduled to meet with several of the top golfers in the world Tuesday in an effortto rally support around the PGA Tour in its ongoing battle with the rival LIV Golf series, sources confirmed to ESPN on Monday.The meeting between Woods, a 15-time major champion, and the group of players is set to take place at the BMW Championship in Wilmington, Delaware, host of the secondFedEx Cup playoff event that begins Thursday.A player who was invited to attend the meeting told ESPN that it will include many of the top 20 players in the world and a handful of other influential PGA Tour members who haven't defected to LIV Golf. It will take place shortly after a previously scheduled PGA Tour Player Advisory Council meeting at Wilmington Country Club."It's a meeting to get the top 20 players in the world on the same page on how we can continue to make the PGA Tour the best product in professional golf," a player who was invited to the meeting told ESPN on Monday.PGA...

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers agree to deal with Carl Nassib, source says

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers agreed to a one-year deal with outside linebacker Carl Nassib on Monday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.Reserve outside linebacker Cam Gill suffered a Lisfranc injury in the Bucs' preseason opener Saturday. The team did not re-sign veteran Jason Pierre-Paul this offseason, with 2021 first-round draft pick Joe Tryon-Shoyinka stepping into Pierre-Paul's starting role.Along with Anthony Nelson, Nassib can serve in a rotational role for the Bucs, although he did start 17 of 29 games in a previous two-year stint in Tampa (2018-19), registering 12.5 sacks, 20 tackles for a loss, 63 combined tackles, three forced fumbles, two passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.Nassib spent the previous two seasons with the Las Vegas Raiders, starting five of 17 games and recording four sacks, eight tackles for a loss, 33 combined tackles, five passes defensed, an interception and a...

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'That's a classic': Cy Young favorites Justin Verlander, Dylan Cease set to clash in Chicago

CHICAGO -- A rare, late season matchup of Cy Young favorites takes place Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field when Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander takes on White Sox righty Dylan Cease.The two pitchers rank first and second in the AL in ERA, with Verlander's 1.85 mark a tick better than Cease's 1.96. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it's just the third matchup of starting pitchers with sub 2.00 ERAs (with a minimum of 20 starts) since MLB lowered the mound in 1969."This is like when I was a kid," Astros manager Dusty Baker said Monday afternoon. "[Sandy] Koufax and Juan Marichal, Don Drysdale and Gaylord Perry, Ferguson Jenkins and Bob Gibson. ... I'm going to have to be careful and make sure I don't spectate ... because if I was at home, I'd get me a bowl of popcorn and some beer and the only time I would leave is if there was a commercial or in between innings. That's a classic good one."Coming into the night, Verlander is a...

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Sources: Philadelphia 76ers, Ben Simmons reach settlement on grievance over withheld pay

Brooklyn Nets All-Star guard Ben Simmons and his former team, the Philadelphia 76ers, reached a settlement agreement on the grievance Simmons filed to recoup a portion of the nearly $20 million withheld from him as a result of his failure to play games in the 2021-22 season, sources told ESPN on Monday.Both sides agreed to confidentiality on the exact financial settlement reached, sources said.Simmons and the National Basketball Players Association filed the grievance in April after the discussions between Simmons' representatives at Klutch Sports and the 76ers didn't result in a settlement, sources said. The sides entered into an arbitration process but reached a settlement agreement prior to a judgment.Philadelphia had repeatedly insisted that Simmons was in breach of his contract under the collective bargaining agreement between the NBA and NBPA and had the right to recoup the money advanced to him before the season. After Simmons made a trade request, the...

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Fernando Tatis Sr. says 'all of baseball' loses with son suspended 80 games for 'something so insignificant'

Fernando Tatis Jr.'s father backed up his son's claim that he violated Major League Baseball's drug policy because of a steroid that was contained within a ringworm medication and called it "a catastrophe" that the San Diego Padres superstar's reputation has been tarnished because of it.Fernando Tatis Sr., who played in the major leagues over parts of 11 seasons, told "The Midday Show" in his native Dominican Republic on Monday that Tatis Jr. used the medication Trofobol to treat a ringworm that appeared on the side of his neck, a photo of which was previously posted on his mother's Instagram page. The medication, not sold in the United States, is a spray that is used to treat skin conditions, namely scars and burns. The label lists clostebol, the anabolic steroid that Tatis Jr. tested positive for, and neomycin, an antibiotic, as its two main ingredients.Tatis was handed an 80-game suspension Friday after testing positive for clostebol, ruling him out of the Padres'...

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Los Angeles Dodgers starter Walker Buehler will have season-ending elbow surgery next week

The Los Angeles Dodgers' faint hopes of having Walker Buehler in their postseason rotation ended Monday, when it was announced that their ace pitcher would require season-ending elbow surgery.The Dodgers were vague in their description of Buehler's injury because an initial MRI did not provide enough clarity, a source with knowledge of the situation said. The Dodgers won't learn the specifics until Dr. Neal ElAttrache conducts the procedure on Aug. 23.What they do know, however, is that they will be without their most talented pitcher while in pursuit of a World Series title.The Dodgers boast the highest winning percentage and the lowest ERA in the major leagues despite navigating an assortment of injuries to their staff, with 11 pitchers currently on their injured list. But Dustin May is expected to make his return from Tommy John surgery on Saturday, and the team is hopeful Clayton Kershaw, out since early August because of discomfort in his lower...

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Miami to host 2026 College Football Playoff national championship game; Atlanta selected for 2025, source says

The 2026 College Football Playoff national championship game will be held at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, the same site as the 2021 national title game, the CFP announced on Monday.The CFP is also expected to announce Atlanta as its host city for 2025, a source told ESPN on Monday. Mercedes-Benz Stadium also hosted the 2018 national championship game.The CFP already has determined the location of the 2025 national title game, but did not release it, saying in a statement that "an announcement on that site will be made in the near future." The CFP's management committee, which is comprised of the 10 FBS commissioners and Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick, selected the sites."We are delighted to be returning to Miami," CFP executive director Bill Hancock said in a statement. "South Florida was a great host for the 2021 national championship game despite the event having to be scaled back because of COVID-19, and we look forward to returning in 2026 with...

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Non-NFLPA-certified agent has been contacting clubs on behalf of linebacker Roquan Smith, NFL management council memo says

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The standoff between the Chicago Bears and linebacker Roquan Smith over contract negotiations took another turn Monday when the NFL management council sent a memo to all 32 teams stating that a non-NFLPA-certified agent has been contacting clubs on behalf of the 2018 first-round pick.According to a copy of the memo obtained by ESPN, the management council was informed by the NFL Players Association "that a person by the name of Saint Omni, who is not an NFLPA certified agent, is contacting clubs indicating that he is representing Roquan Smith, who is under contract to the Chicago Bears."The memo states that "Mr. Omni is prohibited from negotiating player contracts or discussing potential trades on behalf of any NFL player or prospective player or assisting in or advising with respect to such negotiations."On Tuesday, Smith released a statement via NFL Media stating that he had requested a trade after failing to work out a contract extension...

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LSU Tigers QB Myles Brennan will no longer play college football

Myles Brennan, who started at quarterback for LSUearly in the 2020 season but missed most of the past two seasons with injuries, will no longer play college football, he announced Monday.Brennan said in a statement posted to social media that he is "stepping away from football.""I am forever grateful for every opportunity I've been given, every obstacle I've overcome, and every second I've been a Tiger,"he said in the statement. "However, after five seasons, it is time for me to start a new chapter in my life."Brennan had been competing with former Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels and sophomore Garrett Nussmeier for the starting job."We are grateful to Myles for everything he has done for LSU Football," LSU coach Brian Kelly said in a statement. "Myles is a great leader who has made a tremendous impact on this program, and he has earned the respect of everyone here through his commitment and love for LSU."Myles has always embodied...

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Ex-NFL star Aqib Talib's brother turns self in after slaying of youth football coach

LANCASTER, Texas -- The brother of retired NFL cornerback Aqib Talib turned himself in to authorities Monday after police identified him as the suspect in the fatal shooting of a coach at a youth football game in Texas.Police said that a murder warrant was issued for Yaqub Salik Talib, 39, in the fatal shooting Saturday night of Michael Hickmon, 43, police in the Dallas-area city of Lancaster said.According to witnesses, Talib pulled out a gun and shot Hickmon multiple times after a disagreement between the opposing coaching staff of two youth football teams over calls made by the officiating crew led to a physical fight, police said.Hickmon was later pronounced dead at a hospital. Police said no other injuries were reported.Yaqub Talib is the brother of Aqib Talib, a five-time Pro Bowler who announced his retirement in 2020. Aqib Talib was named last month as a contributor for Prime Video's "Thursday Night Football."Police said that after the shooting, Yaqub Talib fled,...

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Major League Baseball's postseason schedule could feature latest calendar date in World Series history

Who's going to be Mr. November?MLB released its preliminary postseason schedule on Monday, and the slate could feature a game played at the latest calendar date in World Series history.If the Fall Classic extends to a seventh game, that contest would be played on Saturday, Nov. 5. The 2001 and 2009 World Series both ended on Nov. 4 of those respective seasons, the current record for the latest date that a game was played in a postseason.The 2001 and 2009 seasons both featured three World Series games played on Nov. 1 or later, which is the current record. The fourth game of this year's Series is slated for Nov. 1, so as many as four contests could be played after the end of October, the traditional month for the Fall Classic, which could be more autumnal than ever this year.The late date for the World Series is a result of the labor dispute between the owners and players that pushed the start of the 2022 season back by a week. Originally slated to begin on March 31, the...

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Hall of Fame ex-Princeton Tigers coach Pete Carril dies at 92

Pete Carril, the Hall of Fame coach who brought notoriety to the "Princeton Offense" during his 30-year tenure with the Tigers, died Monday morning at the age of 92."We kindly ask that you please respect our privacy at this time as we process our loss and handle necessary arrangements. More information will be forthcoming in the following days," the Carril family said in a statement released by Princeton.Utilizing a deliberate, clock-draining offense that relied on backdoor cuts and precision passing, Carril led Princeton to 13 regular-season Ivy League titles at a time when the conference did not have a postseason tournament. Princeton also won the NIT in 1975, defeating Providence 80-69 at Madison Square Garden.But it was the Tigers' memorable March nights in their 11 NCAA tournament berths under Carril that featured the frenzied coach prancing up and down the sideline as Princeton tried to outsmart superior opponents -- during upsets and near-upsets on prime-time...

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Texas Rangers fire manager Chris Woodward amid season of dissatisfactory progress

The Texas Rangers fired manager Chris Woodward on Monday amid a season of dissatisfactory progress despite the investment of more than a half-billion guaranteed dollars in the free agent market over the winter, the team announced.The Rangers occupy third place in the American League West with a 51-63 record. Woodward, after his fourth consecutive year with a losing mark, will be replaced by third-base coach Tony Beasley, who has been named interim manager through the remainder of the 2022 season."We did not come into this season thinking we had put together a championship roster. We thought we'd taken a major step forward in talent from where we were a year ago," said Jon Daniels, the team's president of baseball operations. "We've certainly had aspirations maybe to overachieve some and still do have those, but we were, and continue to be, realistic about about where we are. ... That said, we did think that we'd be better than our record, and better than the way that...

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Tennessee Titans LB Bud Dupree pleads guilty to lesser assault charge, gets probation

Titans outside linebacker Bud Dupree pleaded guilty to a lesser assault charge in Nashville on Monday and was sentenced to six months of probation, according to online court records.Dupree had been cited with misdemeanor assault (fear of bodily injury) after an altercation with an employee at a Walgreens in Nashville in January and turned himself into authorities in February. After the plea agreement Monday, Dupree pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault (offensive or provocative), a court official told TMZ Sports.In January, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said that after a verbal altercation between the 20-year-old male employee and some individuals who had entered the store, the subjects then reentered the store with Dupree, who allegedly grabbed the employee and his phone and then was involved in a physical altercation with the employee before leaving.The Titans declined comment Monday on Dupree's guilty plea when contacted by ESPN.Dupree, 29, is...

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LSU Tigers say QB Myles Brennan will no longer play college football

Myles Brennan, who started at quarterback for LSUearly in the 2020 season but missed most of the past two seasons with injuries, will no longer play college football, the school announced Monday.Brennan had been competing with former Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels and sophomore Garrett Nussmeier for the starting job."We are grateful to Myles for everything he has done for LSU Football," LSU coach Brian Kelly said in a statement. "Myles is a great leader who has made a tremendous impact on this program, and he has earned the respect of everyone here through his commitment and love for LSU."Myles has always embodied the traits required to fulfill our mission to graduate champions, and we have full confidence those traits will help him succeed at every step in his journey as he moves forward."Brennan briefly entered the transfer portal last winter when former LSU coach Ed Orgeron was fired.After Kelly was hired from Notre Dame, he reached out...

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Liz Cambage says she's stepping away from WNBA for 'time being'

Four-time WNBA All-Star center Liz Cambage announced Monday that she has decided to step away from the WNBA "for the time being," publicly addressing for the first time her midseason "contract divorce" from the Los Angeles Sparks in the heat of the 2022 playoff race."While I'll miss rocking the purple and gold, I'll be taking this time to focus on my healing and personal growth before providing clarification on past rumors," Cambage said in an Instagram post. "Thank you to all my supporters, family and friends for all the love and light you continue to surround me with.Following Cambage's departure on July 26, the Sparks lost eight of their final nine games of the regular season to fall out of playoff contention and finish with the second-worst record in the league. Three-time champion L.A. is now missing the postseason in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1997 and 1998, the league's first two years of existence.The Sparks will not benefit...

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Report: Memphis Grizzlies to play Golden State Warriors as part of NBA's Christmas Day slate

The Memphis Grizzlies are in line to be part of the NBA's Christmas Day slate of games for the first time.Ja Morant and the Grizzlies will face Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the rest of the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors on Dec. 25 in San Francisco, a source with knowledge of the league's scheduling plans told The Associated Press.The Grizzlies were one of two current NBA franchises yet to have a game on Dec. 25. The Charlotte Hornets are now the only club still waiting for its first Christmas schedule invite.The rest of the Christmas schedule will have Philadelphia facing New York, Milwaukee meeting Boston, the Los Angeles Lakers playing against Dallas and Phoenixgoing up against two-time reigning MVP Nikola Jokic and the Denver Nuggets.The Athletic was first to report on the full Christmas Day lineup of games. The NBA is expected to release the...

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Cameron Smith pulls out of BMW Championship with hip injury

Cameron Smith, the No. 2-ranked player in the world, has pulled out of this week's BMW Championship because of a lingering hip injury, according to his agent, Bud Martin.In the statement, Martin indicated that Smith's decision to not compete in the second leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware didn't mean he wasn't planning to play in the season-ending Tour Championship, scheduled for Aug. 25-28 at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta."He has been dealing with some on and off hip discomfort for several months and thought it best he rest this week in his pursuit of the FedEx Cup," Martin said in the statement.Smith is third in the FedEx Cup points standings, so he is in great position to advance to the Tour Championship, regardless of whether he plays in the BMW Championship.The news comes one day after Smith was assessed a two-stroke penalty before the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Championship at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee. The rules...

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Giannis Antetokounmpo says he would be open to playing for Chicago Bulls later in NBA career

Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo has become synonymous with the franchise that drafted him and that he has led to an NBA championship, but he has not ruled out the possibility of wearing another jersey before his career is over.In promoting his new ambassadorship with the telehealth company Antidote Health, Antetokounmpo was asked by Fox 32 Chicago about the potential of playing for the Bulls in the future. And while reiterating his commitment to the Bucks, Antetokounmpo said he would be open to the idea of one day playing for his rival down Interstate 94."I think anybody you ask that question that plays basketball, if he said no, he'd be a liar," Antetokounmpo said in the interview with Fox 32 Chicago. "It's a team that won multiple championships; it's a team that one of the greatest players, if not the greatest player to ever play this game, played for. So it's a no-brainer; everybody would love to play for Chicago."Antetokounmpo has four...

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Fifteen illegal contact flags thrown in Week 1 of NFL preseason after 36 thrown all of last regular season

NFL officials threw 15 flags for illegal contact during the first week of the preseason, an elevated number that reflected the league's request that officials pay close attention to those fouls.The league does not compile public preseason penalty data, but the total is based on an ESPN examination of the week's play-by-play logs. It represents a steep rise from 2021 trends, when officials threw only 36 flags for illegal contact for the entire 18-week regular season. It was also a significant bump from the average of 97 established annually between 2002 and 2020.Illegal contact refers to prohibited contact by a defender when the quarterback still has the ball and remains in the pocket. It is a 5-yard penalty and results in an automatic first down.The low 2021 total prompted the NFL's competition committee to include illegal contact among its "points of clarification," formerly known as "points of emphasis," for the 2022 season.League sources surveyed by ESPN were split on...

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Fifteen illegal contact flags thrown in Week 1 of preseason after 36 thrown all of last regular season

NFL officials threw 15 flags for illegal contact during the first week of the preseason, an elevated number that reflected the league's request that they pay close attention to those fouls.The league does not compile public preseason penalty data, but the total is based on an ESPN examination of the week's play-by-play logs. It represents a steep rise from 2021 trends, when officials threw only 36 flags for illegal contact for the entire 18-week regular season. And it was also a significant bump from the average of 97 established annually between 2002-20.Illegal contact refers to prohibited contact by a defender when the quarterback still has the ball and remains in the pocket. It is a 5-yard penalty and results in an automatic first down.The low 2021 total prompted the NFL's competition committee to include illegal contact among its "points of clarification," formerly known as "points of emphasis," for the 2022 season.League sources surveyed by ESPN were split on whether...

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Stars-Ducks Preview

If the Dallas Stars are going to mount a serious run at returning to the playoffs, they may need to start showing some improvement in overtime and the shootout. Avoiding the those scenarios when they face the Anaheim Ducks again could also help. The Stars look to rebound from another loss via the tiebreaker Tuesday night when they face the Ducks for the second time in five days. Dallas (13-8-8), which failed to reach the playoffs for the first time in six seasons last spring, has played in 11 games that have reached at least overtime, ranking among the most played in the NHL. The Stars, though, have won only three of those games, and are 1-6 in shootouts while making only four of 24 attempts. They came up short in the tiebreaker again Saturday, squandering a two-goal second-period lead en route to a 3-2 loss to Edmonton after Marty Turco was beat by Shawn Horcoff in the fifth round of the shootout. Turco also gave up the tying goal to Ladislav Smid with 3:07...

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Brittney Griner's defense team files appeal of conviction

MOSCOW -- Lawyers for American basketball star Brittney Griner on Monday filed an appeal of her nine-year Russian prison sentence for drugs possession, Russian news agencies reported.Griner, a center for the Phoenix Mercury and a two-time Olympic gold medalist, was convicted Aug. 4. She was arrested in February at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport after vape canisters containing cannabis oil were found in her luggage.Griner played for a women's basketball team in Yekaterinburg during the WNBA offseason.Lawyer Maria Blagovolina was quoted by Russian news agencies Monday as saying the appeal was filed, but the grounds of the appeal were not immediately clear.The appeal was expected. Griner's defense team said after Griner was sentenced that it planned to appeal and, under Russian law, had 10 days to do so.Blagovolina and co-counsel Alexander Boykov said after the conviction that the sentence was excessive and that in similar cases defendants have received an...

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