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  • Browns offensive lineman Alvin Bailey arrested for OVI

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Alvin Bailey was arrested during an early Monday morning during a traffic stop. Bailey was stopped in North Royalton, Ohio and was cited by officers for for OVI. He was also charged with failure to comply, drug abuse and other charges, according to multiple..." September 26

  • San Francisco 49ers OL Anthony Davis Retires….Again

    Total Pro Sports "Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. On Monday, San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Anthony Davis decided to retire….again." September 26

  • Jets to bring in C.J. Spiller for workout

    Number Fire "Free agent running back C.J. Spiller will work out for the New York Jets on Tuesday. WHAT IT MEANS: Spiller had the best season of his career under Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey during the coach's final year as the Buffalo Bills head coach in 2012, finishing with 1,703 total yards..." September 26

  • Jeremy Langford avoids big injury scare but will miss time for fantasy owners

    Chicago Sun-Times "Bears running back Jeremy Langford has a sprained right ankle, coach John Fox said Monday, one day after the Bears’ 31-17 loss to the Cowboys. Langford’s injury might be of the more serious high ankle variety, given that he was carted off the Bears sideline in the third quarter." September 26

  • Cowboys' La'el Collins suffers torn ligament in foot

    NFL.com "A major piece of the Cowboys' offensive line will be sidelined for the foreseeable future. Guard La'el Collins is believed to have suffered a torn ligament in his foot and will miss 6-10 weeks, a source informed told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. " September 26

  • Dee Gordon Overcome With Emotion After Leading Off Marlins Game With A Dinger

    SI "Moments after the Marlins and Mets remembered Jose Fernandez before their game on Monday night in an emotional tribute, infielder Dee Gordon led off the bottom of the first with a solo homer to right, his first of the season. Gordon, wearing Fernandez’s No. 16 jersey on his back, just as his..." September 26

  • Jose Fernandez's No. 16 to Be Retired by Marlins

    Bleacher Report "Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died Sunday in a boating accident, will be forever remembered as part of the franchise. " September 26

  • Collins: Matz unlikely to pitch in playoffs

    CBS Sports "Matz (shoulder) likely won't appear in any games this week, Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports. Mere days after the Mets thought that Matz could return to the rotation, the left-hander now seems to be unable to appear for the rest of the regular season. " September 26

  • José Fernández owned boat in fatal crash, water cops say

    Miami Herald "Investigators looking into the crash that killed Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández and two friends changed course Monday and said the vessel in which they were riding belonged to the superstar pitcher. Authorities said Sunday during a news conference that the boat involved in the fatal..." September 26

  • All Marlins to wear No. 16 in Fernandez tribute

    SI "Every member of the Marlins will wear No. 16 on Monday as a tribute to Jose Fernandez, according to Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. The game will be Miami’s first since Fernandez was killed in a boat crash early Sunday morning. Sunday’s game against the Braves was canceled. The..." September 26

  • James Harden Will Play as Houston Rockets' Full-Time Point Guard

    Bleacher Report "For the last couple of years, James Harden has essentially served as the Houston Rockets' point guard. Now he has the title to back it up. Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said Harden would become the team's full-time point guard this season at Monday's media day session: He's more or less..." September 26

  • Beal says he and Wall are fine, will 'be in rankings of the best backcourt'

    USA Today "The Washington Wizards have – when point guard John Wall and shooting guard Bradley Beal are both healthy – one of the best backcourts in the NBA. But do they get along well enough to make it work this season with new Wizards coach Scott Brooks?" September 26

  • LeBron James Says The Unsigned J.R. Smith Is ‘The Most Liked Guy On The Team’

    Dime Magazine "Last week, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers hosted a mini-camp in California. James spent time filming part of their workout, showing clips of everyone in the gym with one notable exception: JR Smith. Smith opted out of his contract back in July and the free agent still hasn’t come to..." September 26

  • LeBron James will stand during anthem, respects Colin Kaepernick's protest

    CBS Sports "Media day is the first chance reporters have to ask NBA players and coaches about the things going on in today's pro sports climate. One of those things currently is standing or protesting during the playing of the national anthem before sporting events. The NFL has been going through certain..." September 26

  • Gregg Popovich: Tim Duncan will be ‘coach of whatever he wants’ for Spurs

    Larry Brown Sports "Though he’s retired from playing, Tim Duncan will still be involved with the San Antonio Spurs this season. According to coach Gregg Popovich, Duncan’s role will essentially be whatever he wants it to be." September 26

  • MacKinnon Talks News System Under Bednar

    Denver Post "Center Nathan MacKinnon and defenseman Erik Johnson went through off-ice video study of new coach Jared Bednar’s systems to get caught up as much as possible with their teammates Sunday, then practiced with the Avalanche Monday at Family Sports Center. Both were back after their teams didn’t..." September 26

  • Gaborik out 8 weeks with foot injury

    Sportsnet "Los Angeles Kings forward Marian Gaborik will miss the next eight weeks after suffering a foot injury at the World Cup of Hockey. The forward was seen leaving the Air Canada Centre Monday afternoon on crutches and with his right foot in a cast." September 26

  • Lightning re-sign Nestorov to 1-year, $725K contract

    Pro Hockey Talk "The Tampa Bay Lightning signed their second-most important Nikita on Monday, inking Nikita Nesterov to a one-year, $725K contract. The 23-year-old defenseman has to appreciate the fact that this is a one-way deal, as the Lightning blueline isn’t the easiest group to crack. (That will be..." September 26

  • Jets seek left-handed D in exchange for Trouba

    Winnipeg Sun "And now for the when, where and how much the Winnipeg Jets will get in return. With restricted free agent Jacob Trouba making his trade request public on Saturday night, it's time to look into the crystal ball and see where the 22-year-old defenceman is going to end up and how much he could..." September 26

  • Senators' AHL team moving to Belleville

    Ottawa Sun "The Senators are expected to make the move of their AHL affiliate to Belleville for 2017-18 season official on Monday, Postmedia has learned. After more than nine months of negotiations with city of Belleville officials, the Senators have called a news conference for Monday at 11 a.m. at the..." September 26

  • Manchester City sweating on Kevin De Bruyne hamstring injury amid fears he could be ruled out for four weeks

    Daily Mail "Manchester City face an anxious wait on the severity of Kevin De Bruyne's hamstring injury amid fears he could be out for a month. The Belgian limped off with nine minutes remaining of City's 3-1 win at Swansea and sources in Belgium have indicated the 25-year-old will miss the next four weeks,..." September 26

  • Kevin de Bruyne faces missing at least three weeks with hamstring injury

    The Sun "The £54million Manchester City star, 25, had scans at the Etihad yesterday. He is due to fly to Barcelona today for more tests and begin treatment but seems certain to be sidelined for at least three weeks. KDB will miss Wednesday’s Battle of Britain Champions League clash at Celtic and..." September 26

  • Pep Guardiola wants Sterling to fill De Bruyne breach at Manchester City

    The Guardian "Pep Guardiola has urged Raheem Sterling to step up in the absence of Kevin De Bruyne, with Manchester City fearing the Belgium playmaker could be out for nearly a month because of a hamstring injury. De Bruyne limped out of City’s sixth successive Premier League victory under Guardiola on..." September 26

  • Antonio Conte plans defensive clear-out at Chelsea

    Daily Mail "Antonio Conte is ready to launch a ruthless defensive clear-out following his side’s calamitous 3-0 defeat by Arsenal on Saturday. Branislav Ivanovic and central defender Gary Cahill, at fault for Arsenal’s first goal, are expected to be phased out as the Chelsea boss looks to bolster his back..." September 26

  • Chelsea and Man City set to battle for £50m defender

    Daily Star "The Italy international was the subject of interest from both Manchester City and Chelsea in this summer’s transfer window but stayed with Serie A giants Juve. He will have another decision to make in the new year, however as City will look to strengthen their defence with Vincent Kompany still..." September 26

  • LSU DE Davon Godchaux booked with domestic battery/child endangerment

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU defensive end Davon Godchaux was booked Monday morning with false imprisonment and domestic abuse battery/child endangerment by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's office, according to an arrest report. Godchaux, 21, a junior from Plaquemine, was released from East Baton Rouge Parish..." September 26

  • Oregon lands more speed with Jaylon Redd commitment

    Rivals "From the beginning of Jaylon Redd’s recruitment, Oregon was a serious contender because he liked so much about the program. The four-star especially appreciated how the coaching staff talked about utilizing him on the field, comparing him to Charles Nelson and saying he could be a threat on..." September 26

  • LSU fires coach Les Miles, will reportedly name Ed Orgeron interim coach

    CBS Sports "LSU has fired coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed to CBS Sports. Ross Dellenger of the Baton Rouge Advocate first reported the firings. Miles, who led the Tigers to three SEC West titles, two SEC championships and one..." September 26

  • Notre Dame fires defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder after 1-3 start

    Fox Sports "Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has fired defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder after the Irish's Saturday loss to Duke. Notre Dame has allowed an average of 505 yards per game to Power-5 opponents this season, losing all three contests to start the season 1-3." September 25

  • Jim Harbaugh supports players who raised fists during national anthem

    ESPN "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he supports the Wolverines players who raised their fists during the playing of the national anthem prior to the team's 49-10 home win over Penn State on Saturday. Those Wolverines were among a group of players throughout the country who demonstrated on..." September 25

  • Calvary Christian 7-footer Victor Uyaelunmo commits to USC

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "This summer, 7-foot center Victor Uyaelunmo found a new home for his senior year of high school, transferring to Calvary Christian from Miami Gulliver Prep. After moving one county to the north, he has now decided to spend his college basketball career out west. Uyaelunmo, a four-star..." September 24

  • Gophers: Center Reggie Lynch has knee surgery

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Gophers center Reggie Lynch had knee surgery Friday and will be sidelined for a month, coach Richard Pitino said. In a statement released Friday afternoon, Pitino said Lynch, a redshirt junior from Edina who sat out last season after transferring from Illinois State, “underwent a surgical..." September 24

  • Villanova's 5-star recruit Omari Spellman ineligible to play as freshman

    Philly.com "The NCAA has ruled that Villanova freshman forward Omari Spellman will not be eligible to compete for the Wildcats during the upcoming season, ruling his status to be as an academic redshirt. Villanova coach Jay Wright said the 6-foot-9 Spellman, a five-star recruit in high school, will retain..." September 23

  • Auburn adds 4-star PF E.J. Montgomery to 2018 class

    Montgomery Advertiser "Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl has now secured verbal commitments from five-star players in three recruiting classes in a row. At one point in the recruiting process, Auburn men’s basketball has now had the highest ranked committed prospects in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 classes. Auburn signed..." September 23

  • Three-star forward Everett Ray commits to SMU

    Today's U "High school power forward Everett Ray announced via Twitter on Thursday that he plans to attend SMU next year Ray, who is from Addison, Texas, will be staying close to home. Last month, he had reportedly narrowed his choices to six schools including SMU, Texas Christian, Stephen F. Austin,..." September 22