• Cause of Ohio HS Football Player's Death Determined as Game Video Released
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    Good Morning America

    Cause of Ohio HS Football Player's Death Determined as Game Video Released

    The Ohio high school football player whose death came two days after he suffered a game-related injury died of peritonitis, or inflammation of the abdominal cavity lining, which resulted from a small-bowel laceration caused by blunt impact to his abdomen, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner said. Andre Jackson’s autopsy was performed today, as video emerged showing his collision with an opposing team member in a game last week. In the video, Jackson, visible by his No. 48 jersey, can be seen attempting to retrieve the ball before he appears to be unintentionally kicked in his abdomen by a member of the Solon High School football team.

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    NBC Sports

    Report: Majestic workers stayed up all night making No. 16 jerseys for the Marlins

    As Craig mentioned earlier, the Marlins will all wear No. 16 jerseys to honor pitcher Jose Fernandez, who tragically died in a boating accident on Sunday morning. It’s a fitting tribute as the Marlins return to the playing field after Sunday’s game was cancelled. As Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports, workers at the Majestic manufacturing facility in Easton, PA — about two hours north of Philadelphia — stayed up all night Sunday night into Monday morning in order to make those custom No. 16 jerseys for the Marlins.

  • Could Patriots actually be well stocked at quarterback vs. Bills?
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    Shutdown Corner

    Could Patriots actually be well stocked at quarterback vs. Bills?

    After the New England Patriots moved to 3-0, starting two quarterbacks not named Tom Brady, the talk moved to what magic they might have to invoke to remain unbeaten before Brady’s return in Week 5. Jimmy Garoppolo left the Week 2 win against the Miami Dolphins, replaced by third-round pick Jacoby Brissett