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Could the NFL really send the Chargers back to San Diego? It's something being discussed, according to longtime NFL reporter Don Banks. The former Sports Illustrated reporter, who has worked for NFL Media and currently writes for The Athletic, told a San Diego radio station on Thursday the NFL never wanted to lose San Diego as a market and could force Chargers owner Dean Spanos to take the team back.
It has been nearly six months since Tiger Woods underwent his fourth back surgery and his latest update is both promising and worrisome at the same time. Woods posted an update to his website in which he explained how far along he is on his rehab. According to Woods, he is chipping and putting everyday, but he is still not taking full swings and he still can't hit the ball farther than 60 yards. "I’m starting to hit the ball a little further – 60-yard shots," Woods wrote. "I have not taken a full swing since my back fusion surgery last April, but continue to chip and putt every day." While it is promising that Woods is swinging clubs everyday and slowly building back his golf game, the next part
The Boston Red Sox are headed to the playoffs, and that’s a significant accomplishment: It’s hard to make Major League Baseball’s postseason, and Boston had done so just twice in the last seven seasons. But anyone who follows this team knows the Sox have bigger goals in mind. First up: winning the American League East. After completing a sweep of the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night, Boston enters Thursday with a three-game lead over the New York Yankees for first place in the AL East. Both clubs have 10 regular-season games remaining, and the Red Sox’s magic number is eight. With every Sox win or Yankees loss, that number drops by one. Here’s the Red Sox’s path to their second straight AL