Month: March 2019

6:26 PM ET PHOENIX — The Cleveland Browns have a plan in place for suspended running back Kareem Hunt up until his suspension begins, and then the NFL will take over, general manager John Dorsey said on Monday at the NFL’s annual meetings. “The NFL will set certain rules and once we understand those rules
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7:47 PM ET Associated Press Missouri submitted its appeals brief to the NCAA on Monday, taking the next step in attempting to limit or overturn what it believes are overly harsh sanctions in the case of a rogue former tutor. The school argued in the 64-page brief to the NCAA’s appeals committee that the penalties
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6:27 PM ET Associated Press MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — Roger Federer finished with a flurry of aces and advanced to the fourth round of the Miami Open by beating Filip Krajinovic 7-5, 6-3 Monday. In the final game, Federer smacked aces on the first three points. An ace on the next point was overturned by
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6:15 PM ET AUSTIN, Texas — Tiger Woods will face Patrick Cantlay, Brandt Snedeker and Aaron Wise this week during the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Championship at Austin Country Club. A three-time winner of the event, Woods, 43, has never played the format that has 16 groups of four players, with the leading point-earner after
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4:36 PM ET Sean Payton told the NFL Network that if the league doesn’t make changes to its instant replay system or officiating this offseason, “then ownership is saying they’re comfortable with what happened a year ago.” The New Orleans Saints coach was obviously referencing the missed pass interference and personal foul calls that helped
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4:06 PM ET The NFL’s 100th season will open with the 199th meeting between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers. The league announced Monday that it would forgo the traditional opening-night matchup in which the Super Bowl winner would host the first game of the year on the Thursday of Week 1. Instead, one
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3:52 PM ET Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump welcomed the reigning NHL champion Washington Capitals to the Oval Office at the White House on Monday to congratulate them for winning the Stanley Cup in June. Trump said it was an honor to have the team there because he’s a hockey fan and a
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4:05 PM ET Brady HendersonESPN PHOENIX — Drew Rosenhaus, the agent for Malik McDowell, says the former Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman has been medically cleared by independent doctors and is expected to play in 2019. McDowell was drafted in the second round by Seattle in 2017 but never played a down for the team after
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3:57 PM ET ESPN News Services NFL owners on Monday unanimously approved the Raiders‘ lease to remain in Oakland for at least one more season. The owners’ vote was the final stage in the process after the Oakland City Council voted Thursday to approve the lease for 2019 with an option for 2020. The Alameda
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