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There are always surprises that happen at the cutdown deadline for each team. High profile free agents are signed, players are drafted and hyped up, and camp reports have everyone excited about players only to see them let go. 1. Swing tackle ...
Serena Williams battled into the US Open last 16 Saturday as the tournament endured fresh controversy after New York health officials ordered the women's top doubles pairing be withdrawn over coronavirus restrictions.
The theory that NFL teams would go with three quarterbacks to start the pandemic-impacted season took a hit Saturday. Perhaps most noteworthy was Miami releasing Josh Rosen, a first-round selection by Arizona in 2018 who was dealt to the Dolphins last year after the Cardinals took Kyler Murray with the top overall selection. Rosen was behind veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick and first-rounder Tua Tagovailoa on the depth chart.
Rory McIlroy hit the most relatable shot ever on Saturday after catching one a little fat from the rough at the Tour Championship.
Philadelphia Phillies star Bryce Harper was ejected for arguing with first base umpire Roberto Ortiz over a fair-foul call Saturday night in a game against the New York Mets. Phillies second baseman Neil Walker tried to restrain Harper, and Ortiz warned Philadelphia's $330 million slugger multiple times to stop before signaling his ejection. Harper then got in Ortiz's face and began yelling at the 35-year-old umpire - an apparent violation of Major League Baseball's safety protocols during this pandemic-shortened season.
At one point during training camp, Raiders coach Jon Gruden called backup quarterback Marcus Mariota a "dazzling playmaker." His immediate future suddenly quite isn't so bright. Vic Tafur of TheAthletic.com explains that Mariota hasn't become the potential alternative to Derek Carr that the one-year, $7.5 million investment would suggest. As Tafur explains it, the competition [more]
After an underwhelming competition in camp, the Bears have finally chosen their starting QB in Mitchell Trubisky. Here are my takeaways.
The Bucks have Giannis Antetokounmpo, who's reigning MVP, near lock to repeat as MVP and 2020 Defensive Player of the Year.
From tee times to TV info, here's everything you need to know for the third round of the Tour Championship at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club.
The Houston Rockets used a 16-3 run to start the fourth quarter against a new Lakers lineup to help secure the Game 1 win.
Authentic held off heavily favored Belmont Stakes winner Tiz the Law to capture the 146th Kentucky Derby on Saturday, giving trainer Bob Baffert a record-equalling sixth victory in the Run for the Roses.
Vegas Golden Knights will face Dallas Stars in Western Conference final, while Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Islanders meet in East. Who will win?
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced the recipients of the performance-based bonuses following Saturday's UFC Vegas 9 at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas. The fight promotion gave out four Performance of the the Night awards to Ovince Saint Preux, Michel Pereira, André Muniz, and Brian Kelleher.Saint Preux earned his $50,000 bonus for his second-round knockout win over Alonzo Menifield in the fight card's co-main event. Saint Preux used his reach advantage and kicking arsenal to keep Menifield on the outside. Unable to get inside, Menifield rushed in and paid the price. Saint Preux connected with a left hand that left Menifield face down on the canvas.Pereira banked a bonus for his third-round submission win over Zelim Imadaev. The two had a physical altercation during Friday's face-offs but Pereira got the last laugh. Pereira landed power shots as he stayed out of range of Imadaev's punches. He was dominating the fight when he secured a takedown and sunk in a rear-naked choke the forced Imadeav to quickly tap out.TRENDING > UFC Vegas 9: Overeem vs. Sakai Live ResultsA pair of first-round submission wins earned Muniz and Kelleher an incentive check. Muniz defeated Bartosz Fabiński by armbar midway through their middleweight bout. Kelleher only needed 26 seconds to submit Ray Rodriguez by guillotine choke in their featherweight match.UFC Vegas 9 featured seven bouts. The fight card was ravaged by positive COVID-19 tests losing two bouts the day of the event. Two of the bouts went the distance, three ended in submission wins, and two resulted in knockout finishes.