By Dan Levine SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California filed a lawsuit on Wednesday over the Trump administration's plan to construct a wall along the border with Mexico, adding to the obstacles facing one of the Republican president's key campaign promises. President Donald Trump has insistedRead More »
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski said on Monday that the groin injury that knocked him out of last Sunday’s win over the Saints was nothing serious and Wednesday provided more evidence of that. According to multiple reports from the team’s practice, Gronkowski was suited up and going through the session with the rest of the team during the portion of the practice open to the media. Gronkowski left the game in the third quarter after being tackled by a pair of New Orleans defenders, who had given up six catches for 116 yards and a touchdown to Gronkowski before that point.
Detroit Tigers general manager Al Avila may yet surprise us and choose to keep manager Brad Ausmus at the helm as the franchise embarks on a rebuilding project. But it feels like the end is here. After four years of frustration and disappointment, it’s time to make a change. Avila continued to be naturally circumspect in his recent comments to the Detroit News. He was asked whether the Tigers would bring Ausmus back in 2018. “There’s a lot of different possibilities. I can’t say that’s out of the question. Really, we could.” That’s not much of an endorsement, but we’ve also seen the “Ausmus is about to be fired” show before. Then again, Brad Ausmus sounds rather fatalistic himself. At the very
One of the greatest players to ever pull on an Ohio State uniform has seen his son show up in the headlines for all of the wrong reasons. Arrest warrants were issued this week by a DuPage County (Ill.) judge for five Wheaton College football players — James Cooksey, Kyler Kregel, Benjamin Pettway, Noah Spielman and Samuel TeBos. Noah Spielman is the son of Chris Spielman, the former Buckeye All-American linebacker and College Football Hall of Famer who is now an analyst for FOX Sports. All five Div. III players are facing felony charges of aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint. $50,000 bonds for each player has been set. As of late Tuesday night, none of those involved had turned