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Packers Beat Giants, Giant Pushes ESPN Reporter

According to Dan Duggan of NJ.com, LT Ereck Flowers shoved ESPN reporter Jordan Raanan in the Giants’ locker room after the 23-16 loss to Green Bay. Giants’ Ereck Flowers shoves ESPN reporter Via profootballtalk.nbcsports.com Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers had

Tiger to Return to Play in PGA Tour

After more than a year on the disabled list, Tiger Woods will make his much-anticipated return to competitive golf next week at the Safeway Open. Tiger Woods to return to play in PGA Tour event Via rssfeeds.usatoday.com

US Wins Ryder Cup, First Since 2008

The Americans, who had lost eight of the previous 10 Ryder Cups, played for one another and turned a 3-point lead at Saturday’s close into a 17-11 victory. U.S. Captures Ryder Cup, Ending Europe’s Streak Via www.nytimes.com The Americans

Pats Lose to Bills, Brady Back to Practice

The Patriots QB returned from a four-game suspension Monday stemming from Deflategate. Bill Belichick coached the Pats to a 3-1 record without his future Hall of Fame quarterback. Brady among notable players back from suspension Via www.nfl.com Tom Brady is back.

Texan J.J. Watt Injured & Out

Watt will miss a minimum of eight weeks, meaning he could be back Nov. 27 against the San Diego Chargers. However, a team source said “I do believe that he will miss the season.” Texans’ Watt put on IR

Rex Ryan Prank Calls Patriots

As Patriots receiver Julian Edelman wrapped up a conference call with Buffalo reporters, Ryan — who just entered the room for his news conference –asked Edelman a question. Call-crasher Rex asks Edelman if he’ll play QB Via www.espn.com Rex

Chiefs Crush Jets Handily

Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was far from the only reason the Jets lost yesterday, but he was without question the biggest reason the Chiefs crushed them.  Loss to Chiefs falls all on Fitzpatrick Via www.scout.com There were many

Marlins Pitcher Jose Fernandez Killed

Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández, who defected from Cuba at 15 and went on to become one of baseball’s brightest stars, was killed early Sunday in a boating accident,  Miami Marlins star pitcher Jose Fernandez dies Via

Arnold Palmer Passes Away

Golfing legend Arnold Palmer died Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh, his longtime spokesman and friend Doc Giffin told ESPN. Palmer was 87. Golfing legend Arnold Palmer dies at age 87 Via www.espn.com Golfing icon Arnold Palmer, nicknamed “The

NYY Sanchez Rookie of Year?

Gary Sanchez has hit 19 home runs through his first 45 games, the most by any player in major-league history. If he were to keep up this pace for a full 162 game season, would be in

NFL Not Moving Game from Charlotte

The NFL issued a statement Thursday stating the league is planning to play Sunday’s game between the Carolina Panthers and the Minnesota Vikings in Charlotte, North Carolina, as scheduled. NFL plans to play Vikings-Panthers in Charlotte Via www.nfl.com The NFL issued

A New Patriots QB: Jacoby Brissett

Jacoby Brissett will make his first start for the New England Patriots on Thursday night. His injured teammate, Jimmy Garoppolo, will be active, but will dress as Brissett’s backup, Fallon added Jacoby Brissett to start; Garoppolo to dress as backup Via

Dodgers Beat Giants, Benches Clear

Adrian Gonzalez hit a game-winning double in the bottom of the ninth inning, and Los Angeles rallied past San Francisco for a 2-1 victory Monday night that increased its NL West lead to six games NL West: Bumgarner, Puig

Vikings Beat Pack, 17-14

Green Bay’s turnovers and carelessness with the ball in the pocket from QB Rodgers need to improve. While the Vikings’ defense provided pressure, there were times the quarterback saw ghosts in the pocket. Aaron Rodgers: Packers won't 'overreact' to struggles

Jets beat Rex’s Bills in Week 2

The Jets evened up their record with their first win of the season Thursday night, defeating Rex Ryan, his brother, and of course, the Buffalo Bills, 37-31 on Thursday night. Everything to know about Jets’ 37-31 Week 2 victory over

Cubs Clinch Division, Prep for NLDS

You gotta work backwards,” Cubs Manager Maddon said. “In other words, once you’re able to officially say that you’re there, then you work from the first game of the playoffs backward.” With division clinched, Cubs begin working backward from

C.C. Strong as Yanks Beat Dodgers

Ellsbury and Gregorius came off the bench to hit back-to-back homers in the seventh inning, helping to support C. C. Sabathia’s stout pitching and carry the Yankees to a much-needed 3-0 win Stars Off the Bench Help

ACC Moving Some Games from N.C.

The ACC announced Wednesday that it is moving all neutral-site conference championship games out of the state of North Carolina as a result of the state’s controversial House Bill 2 law. ACC moving neutral-site title games from

Russian Hackers Steal Athlete Medical Info

The World Anti-Doping Agency said Tuesday that Russian hackers broke into its database, stealing medical data of Olympic stars including gold medal gymnast Simone Biles and tennis player Venus Williams. Hackers steal medical data of US Olympic

QB RGIII Injured, Out for Weeks

Griffin sustained a left shoulder fracture, “a significant injury,” in the Browns’ opening loss to the Eagles. “Although surgery is not required at this time,” Griffin’s left shoulder will be re-evaluated in “three to four weeks.” Browns’ Robert Griffin

LA Rams Have Not Scored Since 1994!

Rams QB Case Keenum struggled mightily in his first opening-game start. He completed 17 of 35 passes for 130 yards, with two interceptions, and failed to move the offense to the red zone. The Los Angeles Rams haven’t

NCAA Moving North Carolina Events

The N.C.A.A., in response to a North Carolina law that curbed anti-discrimination protections will relocate all championship tournament games over the coming year. N.C.A.A. Moves Championship Events From North Carolina, Citing Anti-Gay-Rights Law Via www.nytimes.com The organization, following the N.B.A.’s

Saints Gain 500 Yards but Raiders Win

The New Orleans Saints racked up 507 total yards on Sunday during their season opener against the Oakland Raiders. Drew Brees was electric in completing 28 of 42 passes for 423 yards and four touchdowns.  But the Raiders won. Saints lose while