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Things Philadelphia Eagles taught us by losing to Chiefs


They are going to have to get something going, especially against the Chiefs , if they are going to be able to build on their success in week one. After the Philadelphia Eagles had gained their first lead of the game at 10-6, Hunt's 53-yard touchdown gallop put the Chiefs back in the lead at 13-10. Read More »

Manchester United pummel Everton


Wayne Rooney's first time back at Old Trafford since his summer move to Everton ended in a hefty defeat, with United putting four past the struggling Toffees. What I saw today from the team made me happy, happier than Thursday. Neville was praising Valencia at right-back and the adhered to the fact that the club do not possess the same strength on the left-hand side. Read More »

Ronald Koeman slams Jose Mourinho after comments following Old Trafford defeat


Manchester United continued their strong start to the season with a 4-0 win over Everton at home on Sunday and joined Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table. In the summer Koeman spent heavily on defensive recruits but his side have now failed to keep a clean sheet in six games, leaking in a whopping 10 goals in their last three fixtures alone. Read More »

Eddie Vedder jams outside of Wrigley Field


The day before, he strapped on a guitar and played "Corduroy", off Pearl Jam's 1994 album "Vitalogy", with two buskers outside the ballpark. Well, apparently if you're Eddie Vedder you go to the street and find a random street performer and start rocking out to a classic, even if nobody seems to notice. Read More »

No, He Won't Play - Mauricio Pochettino Won't Risk Spurs Talent Against Barnsley


Pochettino said: 'The pressure is to win the Premier League or Champions League. "For me, that is the two big trophies", the Argentine told reporters in a news conference. "Wigan won the FA Cup, where are they now?" Where is Wigan today, with all my respect? League One. That is the most important example'. It has led to questions about whether Pochettino would use Edwards for the game against Barnsley on Tuesday as Spurs look to rotate the squad, keeping the busy September schedule in mind. Read More »

Ezekiel Elliott Only Gets Eight Rushing Yards Against Broncos


On Friday, the National Football League asked the appeals court to overrule the Texas federal judge who granted a preliminary injunction of Elliott's suspension. In his ruling from Monday, Mazzant also asked the Fifth Circuit to take his ruling into serious consideration. A scenario exists Elliott could serve his suspension this season, only to be vindicated by a higher-court ruling down the line and thus recoup money from games missed. Read More »

Dallas Cowboys worth $4.8 billion


Although the Cowboys haven't been to a Super Bowl in more than 20 years, that hasn't stopped Jones from basically printing money in Dallas. Washington's $3.1 billion value was fourth-highest (with $482 million in revenue), while the 49ers rounded out the top-five at $3.05 billion (with $458 million in revenue). Read More »

Carvajal: My release clause is to stop me leaving Real Madrid!


I want to win everything here. The 25-year-old has put pen to paper on a five-year extension which reportedly includes a buy-out clause of over €350m. Going down in the history of the club isn't easy. We don't listen to offers. "I would like that the day that I leave, everyone knows that I have given everything for this club and that they are proud". Read More »

Barcelona confirms Dembele out for four months


He has featured four times for his new club, but on Saturday, when Barca travelled to Getafe for a Liga match, Dembele had to be replaced by Gerard Deulofeu after just 29 minutes. He will be operated on by specialist Sakari Orava, who has previously been used by Barcelona to aid the recoveries of Thomas Vermaelen, Jandro Orellana and Pol Calvet. Read More »

Luiz sees red as Blues held to a point


However, Arsene Wenger's side more than held their own and actually went closest to winning the game when Alexandre Lacazette fired over from close range after Aaron Ramsey had hit the post. We tried to win. The run will also include the trip to Stoke City next weekend and the visit of Premier League title favourites Manchester City on 30 September, though the 30-year-old will be available for the Champions League tie at Atletico Madrid. Read More »

Auburn dismisses QB Sean White after public intoxication arrest, per report


Several hours after Auburn's 24-10 homecoming victory over the Mercer University Bears, Auburn police arrested AU's backup quarterback early Sunday morning for public intoxication. White, a junior, started 16 games for Auburn in 2015 and '16, completing 63.9 percent of his passes for 1,679 yards, nine touchdowns and three interceptions. Read More »

Lions in NY to play Giants

The Lions' victory came after they trailed the Cardinals. The Detroit Lions hit the road to take on the New York Giants in " Monday Night Football " action at MetLife Stadium. Detroit opened the season with a 35-23 home win over Arizona, while NY lost at Dallas. But the late change to Jenkins' status - after being limited in Saturday's walk-through - is worrisome as the Giants try and rebound from their 0-1 start after a 19-3 Week 1 loss in Dallas. Read More »

Philippe Coutinho speaks for the first time since Barcelona transfer saga


Liverpool will have to make do without Mane for their next two Premier League fixtures and they noticeably struggled without him in the 1-1 draw with Burnley . What I need to do is to work hard and to always do my best to help the team. Just a few days ago Catalan newspaper Sport tried to stir up the idea of trouble between Coutinho and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp , also getting the fans involved. Read More »

Max Verstappen blames Sebastian Vettel for start crash

In a live post, which lasted more than five minutes, Hamilton addressed a fan that suggested Vettel - who crashed out of Sunday's race following a three-way pile-up with his Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Max Verstappen - was the more accomplished driver of the two. Read More »

Red Bull relieved Ricciardo's gearbox held out

However, race stewards later deemed the crash a "racing incident" with no "predominant" driver to blame. Ricciardo moved into second, behind Hamilton, where he remained throughout the remainder of proceedings, to rack up his fourth straight Singapore podium. Read More »

Leicester v Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp confirms 3 starting players


Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford, Danny Welbeck and Jermain Defoe are also competing for a berth and Sturridge's failure to play in either of the recent internationals against Malta and Slovakia means he is on the backfoot. On Monday, ahead of the match at Leicester tomorrow, Jurgen Klopp held a press conference and was his usual enigmatic self. But I'm sure both sides will make a few changes. Read More »

Martin Schmidt takes charge at Wolfsburg


Wolfsburg have appointed Martin Schmidt as their new head coach. "However, during our internal consultations, we ultimately came to the conclusion that we wish to approach the task with a newly formed coaching team". Schmidt's first match in charge will be Tuesday's league game at home to Werder Bremen, before a trip to champions Bayern Munich on Friday. Wolfgang Hotze, spokesman for the board of directors, said the decision was not just based on the Stuttgart match but "on the ... Read More »

Andy Reid beats Doug Pederson in matchup of friends


The offensive line is not a strength and an asset, but rather a major weakness and a massive liability. Tolzien threw pick-sixes and finished 9-of-18 for 128 yards and was sacked four times. "But I thought all in all they did pretty good". Most notable Wendell Smallwood being 3 carries for 4 yards. Having your quarterback throw over 40 passes in a game is a recipe for disaster. Read More »

Golovkin Wants Rematch With Canelo After Controversial Draw


Manny Pacquiao was among many who disagreed with the decision, tweeting "Did they bring these judges over from Australia?", a reference to the controversial scoring in his fight against Jeff Horn in July. She was off her mark tonight, so we will take appropriate action. Adalaide Byrd , who has developed a reputation for debatable scoring, had the Mexican winning 118-110 - a score which perplexed most observers and put her at odds with her fellow judges. Read More »

21-year-old Syrian refugee identified as suspect to London Tube attack

The 21-year-old man arrested on Saturday by police investigating the terrorist attack at Parsons Green subway station in west London has been named as Yahyah Farroukh, local television report said early Monday. They're all really lovely to talk to. Sometimes he and his friends go out in the garden with their prayer mats and shisha pipes. They seem to play video games together. Read More »

Jacoby Brissett wasn't enough to salvage the hopeless Colts

Rookie wide receiver Chad Williams is set to make his National Football League debut with Brown out of the action. Brissett would complete 20 passes for 216 yards and an interception. Jacoby Brissett would set the tone for the Colts offense early. Humphries was also ruled out but he was expected to miss at least this week with a strained MCL suffered in Detroit on Sunday. Read More »

Cologne set to protest after Dortmund defeat


The banter online was flowing, but the fallout from the match offline took on a sterner edge, with Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke criticising Koln's call for a replay of the game, branding the beaten visitor bad loser. With the injured Marco Reus watching from the stands, his replacement Philipp claimed his second in the 69th with a brilliant chip over the goalkeeper after Mahmoud Dahoud sent him through. Read More »

Sindhu enters Korea Open final


PV Sindhu is ranked at world number 4 and felicitations are in order. The World no. 7, Okuhara made a wild comeback in the second game. "In the longer rallies, she was not making mistakes and was keeping control of the shuttle, which was very much required during that time". Read More »

Minnesota Lynx eliminate Washington Mystics, advance to WNBA Finals


The Minnesota Lynx powered their way past the Washington Mystics in the fourth quarter to an 81-70 win in Game 3 of the WNBA Semi-Finals in front of 7,950 at Capital One Arena Sunday afternoon. This is a team that has learned to play together and they have great players and have figured it out. "Every game we executed a little bit more". "I know BG (Griner) got beaten up a lot". Read More »

Atletico Madrid make huge €65m bid for Chelsea wantaway

The striker has still refused to return to training after a summer of controversy surrounding himself and Antonio Conte , and having already moved his family out of his Oxshott home in Surrey, he's now auctioning off his Mercedes and BMW in anticipation of a switch to Atletico Madrid in January. Read More »

Trump leaves for storm-ravaged Florida to assess damage


In fact, on Monday, September 11, Department of Health staff advised this facility to call 911 if they had any reason to believe that their patients were not safe. Police launched a full investigation into the incident, with initial findings discovering the nursing home was without sufficient air conditioning and was using portable A/C units to keep the facility cool. Read More »

India beat Australia by 26 runs in first ODI (DLS)

Chinaman Kuldeep Yadav took two wickets while leggie Yuzvendra Chahal scalped three. "Obviously I dropped one early and then there was the one that yorked me as well". Australia , on the other hand, have returned to India for the first time since their fiery and controversial Border-Gavaskar series earlier this year, which India won 2-1 and which ended with Kohli declaring some of his friendships with the Australian players had been irreparably damaged. Read More »

Peppers, Panthers' defense stymies Bills 9-3


At the time of Olsen's injury during the first half, the Panthers said his return was probable . "I didn't get it done". "I was running a route and I just stepped and I just fell", he said. Ed Dickson , who already sees significant time as a blocker because the team doesn't have a true fullback on the roster, and third-string tight end Chris Manhertz could also see more action. Read More »

Chargers' Antonio Gates breaks NFL TD mark for tight ends


His teammates surrounded him nearly immediately. The score gave the Chargers a 17-10 lead over Miami midway through the first quarter, sparking cheers through an evenly divided crowd of turquoise and powder blue. Gates considered retirement after the '15 season but instead signed a two-year contract that runs through this year. It was also the 85th touchdown connection between Philip Rivers and Gates, the third-most in National Football League history. Read More »

Traders Alert on Coeur Mining, Inc. (CDE)


Gmt holds 1.51% or 7.96 million shares. Royal Bank Of Canada reiterated a buy recommendation and fixed a $14.00 target price on stock of Coeur Mining in a study report on early Wed, May 24th. On Thursday, May 12 the stock rating was upgraded by BMO Capital Markets to "Outperform". American Century Companies Inc. raised its stake in Coeur Mining by 210.8% in the second quarter. Read More »

Half-time: Chelsea 0 Arsenal 0 - lucky escape for Blues in derby clash


Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has vented his anger on Twitter after Mesut Ozil was ruled out of Sunday's Premier League clash against Chelsea due to injury. Epitomised Arsenal's new-found discipline on the road. If he stopped the play before, it [Luiz's challenge] wouldn't matter. Chelsea had to settle for a point at Stamford Bridge, where David Luiz was sent off . Read More »

Koeman pleased despite Manchester United defeat


Follow below for the latest news and gossip from Old Trafford. Everything went downhill for Everton afterwards, though. He is a player that excites United legend Van Nistelrooy - a man who netted 150 times for the club in his heyday - with the iconic Dutchman seeing similarities between Lukaku's game and his own. Read More »