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  • Nicole Williams and NFL Player Larry English Are Engaged!

    Nicole Williams and Larry English are set to tie the knot after the 30-year-old NFL player popped the question to his longtime girlfriend on the season finale of WAGS. PEOPLE has the exclusive clip from the moment English took a knee to ask Williams for her hand in marriage. When English traveled to Thailand to surprise Williams, his romantic gesture nearly backfired after she freaked out that she didn't know his whereabouts.

    People
  • Joe Rogan: ‘I’m Not Doing It Anymore’

    UFC commentator Joe Rogan has been critical about interviewing fighters moments after they’ve suffered a knockout for years, but after UFC 203, Rogan has put his foot down and refuses to do it anymore. “It’s something I had suggested a long time ago, back when we interviewed Mirko Crop Cop (Filipovic) after (Gabriel) Gonzaga knocked him out,” said Rogan during his podcast. The straw that broke the camel’s back for the broadcaster came at UFC 203 on Sept. 10. Heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic knocked out Alistair Overeem in the fight card’s main event. Following the loss, as has been customary, Rogan asked Overeem about the defeat moments after the fighter regained consciousness. Overeem said

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  • Ty Montgomery Finds NFL Loophole to Gain 37 Yards

    Leave it to a Stanford alum to find and exploit an NFL rule that would begin a touchdown drive. Ty Montgomery made a 37-yard play for the Green Bay Packers not because of his athleticism, but because of this: On the kickoff, the Detroit Lions sprung the ball to the three-yard line. Montgomery stepped out of bounds and dove on top of the ball while his feet were out of bounds. The Lions were then penalized for kicking the ball out of bounds, and instead of starting on the 3-yard line, the Packers got the ball on the 40. Four players later, they'd score a touchdown.

    Rule Of Tree
  • Jason Witten: QB Dak Prescott is a 'unique kid'

    Michele Tafoya speaks with Jason Witten prior to the start of Sunday Night Football about his thoughts on rookie QB Dak Prescott and the need for consistency week-to-week.

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  • Mets maul Phillies in home finale, presented by W.B. Mason

    Robert Gsellman pitched a career-high seven innings and Asdrubal Cabrera hit a grand slam as the Mets walloped the Phillies, 17-0, in the regular-season finale at Citi Field on Sunday.

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  • Fined for crack block vs. Saints, Odell Beckham Jr. facing suspension if he's flagged again

    Odell Beckham Jr. and Josh Norman battle last December (AP) It makes a little more sense now why New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. said he would walk away if things got a little too intense between he and Washington cornerback Josh Norman on

    Shutdown Corner
  • Boxing: Tyson Fury 'will never fight again'

    Tyson Fury will never fight again - says leading British promoter Eddie Hearn. Fury, 28, has withdrawn from his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko, scheduled for 29 October, with reported mental health issues. The Englishman, who has not fought since beating

    Yahoo Sport UK
  • Broken hand sidelines Matt Murray for 3-6 weeks

    The Pittsburgh Penguins presented bad news on Saturday: Matt Murray is expected to miss anywhere between three-to-six weeks because of a broken hand. He suffered the injury while representing Team North America at the World Cup of Hockey on Sept. 19

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  • Phil Mickelson Criticizes PGA Tour's Setup of Tour Championship

    Phil Mickelson wasn't happy with the PGA Tour's course setup for the Tour Championship, and he let everyone know. After his final round, Mickelson was critical of the PGA Tour's setup ahead of this week's Ryder Cup because of the thickness of the rough. After a Sunday 66, Mickelson finished in 22nd place. The PGA of America runs the Ryder Cup when it's hosted in the United States, and the European tour runs the event when it's held in Europe.

    Golf
  • Official: LSU fires head coach Les Miles, OC Cam Cameron

    The Les Miles era in Baton Rouge has come to an end. A day after LSU fell to 2-2 with an 18-13 loss at Auburn, the school announced that Miles has been fired as head coach. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has also been fired.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Jalen Ramsey on Steve Smith Sr: 'I don't respect him as a man'

    Ravens wideout Steve Smith Sr. shot back at Jalen Ramsey on Sunday night after the Jaguars cornerback called him an “old man” following Baltimore’s 19–17 win.

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  • MacArthur concussed in Senators camp, fight breaks out (Video)

    At Ottawa Senators camp, defenseman Patrick Sieloff – who was acquired in the offseason for Alex Chiasson – made contact with the head of Clarke MacArthur in a play along the boards. MacArthur immediately went to the ice clutching his head. Bobby Ryan, who is not known for being much of a fighter, went directly after Sieloff.

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  • Premier League roundup: Arsenal thrash Chelsea; City, United, Liverpool win big

    A roundup of all of Saturday’s action in the Premier League… Arsenal 3-0 Chelsea — FULL RECAP Arsene Wenger was appointed Arsenal manager 20 years ago next Saturday, deservedly making the upcoming week all about the legendary Frenchman. On top of his two decades of guidance, Arsenal also fans have a 3-0 thrashing of London rivals Chelsea to celebrate. Saturday’s meeting at the Emirates Stadium was over not long after it started, Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott putting the Gunners 2-0 up inside the first 15 minutes. Mesut Ozil made it 3-0 not long before halftime, and that was that. The best Arsenal performance since … when, exactly? It’s been a while. Three things we learned Mendola: Don’t look

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  • Mets must take path of least resistance to postseason

    By the way, you can stream Sunday’s game at Yahoo’s Sports Home, MLB index and video home beginning at 1:10 p.m. Once loaded with arms like Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Steven Matz and Zack Wheeler, New York is currently down to Noah Syndergaard, who’s currently battling strep throat, and Bartolo Colon, who is officially its steadiest and healthiest rotation option. Therein lies the problem for the Mets.

    Big League Stew
  • Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Insults Zinedine Zidane's Mother in Las Palmas Draw

    Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly insulted manager Zinedine Zidane after he was substituted against Las Palmas on Saturday evening. As reported by Sport, the 31-year-old was caught by cameras from Deportes Cuatro muttering to himself while on the bench after being withdrawn from the action. It’s alleged Ronaldo said “su puta madre” in the direction of the Zidane, which can mean “your f--king mother” or “f--k you” in Spanish. Ronaldo was withdrawn from the game in the 72nd minute with Madrid leading 2-1, although a late goal from Sergio Araujo salvaged a point for Las Palmas.

    Bleacher Report
  • BMW Drivers Had a Really, Really Bad Day at the Nürburgring

    On Saturday, the Nürburgring hosted the ADAC Barbarossapreis race, the eighth event on the VLN Endurance Championship calendar. The Germs dominated on home turf, handily sweeping the Nordschleife podium. The No. 8 HARBIO Mercedes-AMG GT3 took the overall

    The Drive
  • Benches clear between Nationals, Pirates after Bryce Harper leaves game

    Bryce Harper left Sunday afternoon's game between his Washington Nationals and the Pittsburgh Pirates with an apparent left hand injury. What led to Harper's hurt hand also led to the benches clearing at PNC Park.

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  • Nerlens Noel calls Sixers crowded center situation “silly,” adds it “doesn’t make sense”

    At the center position, the Sixers have the athletic and defensive minded Nerlens Noel, the offensive-minded Jahlil Okafor, and the untested player who may be the best of the group in Joel Embiid. Nerlens Noel called the situation out as “silly” speaking to the Philadelphia Inquirer‘s Keith Pompey.

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  • A look inside the Darren Sproles touchdown, from Carson Wentz's eyes

    Doug Pederson was standing at the 33-yard line, to the right of the Eagles’ offense. The line of scrimmage was the 27-yard line. It was third and eight. Carson Wentz took the snap from the shotgun, Darren Sproles lined up to his right, hands on his knees. Wentz took a three-step drop, looking left, and the Steelers’ Stephon Tuitt swam around Allen Barbre with a bead on the Eagles’ rookie quarterback. “I was actually reading the other side of the field, and I saw someone from the Steelers step across my face,” Wentz said. It was Tuitt, a white-and-yellow blur flying across Wentz’s line of sight. “I stepped out,” Wentz said, “and turned to scramble mode.” He faked a pass at the 29-yard line, two

    Bleeding Green Nation
  • A moment in time: How Kevin Harvick won on the final restart

    “They gave me a shot to win,’’ Kenseth said of his team, “and I didn’t hang on for it.’’ The final moment, though, actually began a few laps earlier. As the cars circled New Hampshire Motor Speedway behind the pace car, Kenseth’s team told him that there had been complaints about the last restart. He asked who complained. His team told him NASCAR, although officials ruled the restart was legal. “They made it sound like I slowed down the last time,’’ Kenseth said after finishing second to Kevin Harvick. “But in my opinion the leader is always supposed to have the advantage. He’s the leader; he earned that advantage. They said I slowed down a little bit last time, which I’ve got to re-watch it.

    NASCAR Talk
  • Hulk Hogan Leaves TNA

    39 years ago today in New York City's Madison Square Garden. Dusty Rhodes defeated WWWF Champion Superstar Billy Graham via countout. To say this bout was anticipated would be an understatement: the Garden sold out, so a few thousand had to watch at the Felt Forum via closed circuit television. 21 years ago today in Tokyo, Japan, "The Gladiator" Mike Awesome defeated Hayabusa in a tournament final to win the FMW Brass Knuckles Championship. 17 years ago today, WWF presented Unforgiven (WWE Network link) from the Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina. 15,799 were in attendance, with about 330,000 homes watching on PPV; however, some estimates have the number as high as 408,000 buys.

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  • Three things we learned from Arsenal’s win vs. Chelsea

    LONDON — Arsenal shellacked Chelsea 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, with first half goals from Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Mesut Ozil doing the damage. Arsene Wenger had gone nine games without a win against Chelsea but in the same week he celebrates 20 years in charge at Arsenal, his side put in a dominant display to make it four wins on the spin in the Premier League. Here’s what we learned from the Emirates after an embarrassing encounter for Chelsea and a wonderful result for Arsenal. ARSENAL END HOODOO IN STYLE As bad as Chelsea’s defending was, this is what Arsenal can do to teams. The Gunners totally dominated Chelsea in the first half and it could’ve been more than 3-0 at

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  • Sadly, Crosby praise still comes at Ovechkin’s expense

    ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun presented an interesting column that spotlighted an admittedly “tired narrative” while still ultimately pumping up Crosby at Ovechkin’s expense. One executive did the baseball thing in making it Crosby (“five-tool guy”) vs. Ovechkin (“home run hitter”) while another equated it to a full-court player vs. a “half-court” player. Ovechkin may not have had the greatest game of his life on Saturday, but watching that game, was the takeaway really that he let Russia down?

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  • Jim Caldwell approval poll: September 2016

    It has been a while since we’ve checked in with the public opinion of Jim Caldwell. In fact, it’s been eight months since we’ve last ran an approval poll for the Detroit Lions head coach. Back in January, as the Lions finished the 2015 season with a 6-2 run, 59 percent of Lions fans were happy with the job Caldwell has done with the team. Since then, a lot has happened. Caldwell is working under a new president, a new general manager, and has a slew of new players at his disposal. The Lions are off to a rocky 1-2 start, but Caldwell has yet to do anything personally egregious to hurt the Lions’ chances of winning through three weeks. Granted, this team hasn’t always looked as prepared as they

    Pride Of Detroit
  • Are the Cardinals 'haunted' by last season's NFC championship game?

    Mike Florio and Rodney Harrison break down the early struggles of the Cardinals. Harrison attributes the issue to a "one dimensional offense" and poor team chemistry.

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