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Cam Newton's latest Instagram post talking about the Patriots' Week 1 win and postgame scuffle has drawn two responses from Dolphins players.
Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians didn't hold back when discussing Tom Brady's two interceptions -- one of which was a pick-six -- vs. the Saints on Sunday.
It's forbidden -- and expensive -- for coaches to use cell phones during games. Raiders coach Jon Gruden, however, won't be making an involuntary contribution to the charity of the NFL's choice for using a cell phone while leaving the field after the first half of Sunday's game at Carolina. According to the NFL, Gruden [more]
Justin Thomas has led the backlash against the LPGA, accusing the organisation of “costing” fellow American Nelly Korda victory in the season’s second major by trying to please a sponsor. Korean Mirim Lee beat Korda and Canadian Brooke Henderson on the first hole of a play-off at the Ana Inspiration on Sunday night, but by then the purists were already in full cry about the ludicrous scenario on the par-five 18th. The last at the famous Mission Hill course in Palm Springs features an “island green”, but in its wisdom, the LPGA elected to place a huge advertising hoarding across the back of the putting surface. Many took advantage with their second shots, knowing they could not get wet and would instead get a generous drop behind the green. Lee, 29, admitted that this was her gameplan. “I definitely thought to utilise the backboard,” Lee, the world 94, said. The tactic helped her to make the eagle in her last hole of regulation that forced her into the shootout. It was her third chip-in of the round, and her second in the last three holes. Henderson also employed the same strategy when she and Korda reached the 72nd and after taking a drop made the required birdie. Meanwhile, Korda played the hole as three-shooter and her two pars effectively lost her the tournament. Thomas took to social media to vent his frustrations. “Cost @NellyKorda a major! Such a bad set-up on the last hole of a major,” Thomas tweeted under a picture of the offending blue “wall”. “It takes the thought out of, ‘can I hold the green with a long iron/wood and not go over the green in water?’,” he later added. “Instead it’s blast into the wall, drop off edge of green. Birdie (or eagle for the champ!)” Judy Rankin, the former Tour winner turned Golf Channel analyst, noted there is usually a corporate grandstand there anyway but pleaded with the LPGA to fix the farce for 2021. “Today’s players are so talented that they would find a way to deal with an island green,” she said. “They do not need an assist!”
Why did Ron Rivera choose to go for it on fourth down in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Eagles? His answer will have you fired up as a fan.
When the Washington Football Team was down 17-0 on Sunday, Twitter was an ugly place. Uglier than usual. After the comeback, re-reading some of the more pessimistic posts is hilarious.
2020 U.S. Open: Esten McLaren of SportsbookWire breaks down the betting odds ahead of this week's PGA Tour major.
Breaking down what went wrong for the Clippers in the second half of a 111-98 loss to the Denver Nuggets in Game 6 on Sunday.
Who stood out in Seattle's dominating Week 1 victory in Atlanta? Here are 4 Studs and 1 Dud from the Seahawks 38-25 win over the Falcons.
The 49ers saw their chances of winning Super Bowl LIV go up in smoke in the fourth quarter as the Chiefs Offense caught fire while their own sputtered to the finish line. Sunday's game against the Cardinals wasn't a carbon copy of what happened in Miami, but it was an uncomfortable reminder of that loss. [more]
Liz Loza and Matt Harmon recap all the action from Week 1's Sunday slate and much more on the latest Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast!
Likely Hall of Fame running back Adrian Peterson led the Detroit Lions in rushing in his first game with the team, but felt he could've done more.
Kemba Walker's contributions to this Celtics team extend far beyond his performance on the court. As our John Tomase writes, Walker does what Kyrie Irving was never able to do during his time in Boston.
After hitting into a group (on a blind shot) and then apologizing, someone picked up my ball and drove away. Did I deserve it? Maybe.
Novak Djokovic learned ''a big lesson'' after being disqualified from the U.S. Open for unintentionally hitting a line judge in the throat with a ball. The incident eight days ago marked a stunning end to Djokovic's 29-match winning streak and his bid for an 18th Grand Slam title. ''I'm working mentally and emotionally as hard as I am working physically,'' Djokovic said Monday at the Italian Open.