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Cain Velasquez, former UFC champion, pleads not guilty to attempted murder charge Cleveland Browns sticking with QB prep plan despite NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson's 6-game suspension Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow still involved in camp despite being out indefinitely following appendectomy San Francisco 49ers' Kyle Shanahan draws line on toughness after players throw punches in practice James Saxon, assistant coach for Arizona Cardinals, facing two domestic battery charges stemming from alleged incident in May Sources: USC hires Ed Stewart, Big 12 executive, to oversee football program Brittney Griner's nine-year prison sentence 'compounds the injustice' against her, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Shani Davis on Colbert: 'He's a jerk' Jacksonville Jaguars' Travon Walker debuts, gets first sack in Hall of Fame game Calgary Flames sign Jonathan Huberdeau to 8-year, $84 million extension Calgary Flames, Jonathan Huberdeau agree to 8-year, $84 million extension Calgary Flames, Jonathan Huberdeau putting final touches on 8-year, $84 million extension Roger Goodell picks former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson suspension Los Angeles Angels equal dubious MLB milestone with 7 home runs hit in losing cause Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talks Phoenix Mercury, Connecticut Sun observe 42 seconds of silence for Brittney Griner Detroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera uncertain if he'll play beyond this season Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says Matthew Stafford's elbow pain 'abnormal for a quarterback' Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talks Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw leaves start early because of low back pain Rare T-206 Honus Wagner baseball card sold for record $7.25 million in private sale Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey selected to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson decision Auburn Tigers QB T.J. Finley charged with attempting to elude police Pac-12 players can profit off highlight videos posted to Twitter under NIL deal Boston Red Sox release outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. Pittsburgh Steelers sign hold-in WR Diontae Johnson to contract extension Philadelphia Phillies release Didi Gregorius as Jean Segura returns from 60-day injured list Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison Sources: Pittsburgh Steelers, hold-in WR Diontae Johnson agree to two-year contract extension Russian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner, who says she 'never meant to break any law' Russian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner Juan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, which roughs up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debut Juan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, who rough up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debut Los Angeles Dodgers honoring Vin Scully with commemorative patch on uniforms New Orleans Saints' Trevor Penning kicked out of practice after third incident in three days NFL appeals ruling that Deshaun Watson of Cleveland Browns should be suspended six games Arizona Cardinals WR Marquise Brown charged with criminal speeding LB Anthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year deal Anthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year deal UConn Huskies women's basketball star Paige Bueckers to miss 2022-23 season after tearing ACL Directive to lose games in 2019 by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross never made it to field, assistant says Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 LIV golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour Despite winning the SEC and playing for the national title, last season 'a rebuilding year,' Alabama's Nick Saban says Despite winning the SEC, playing for the national title, last season 'a rebuilding year,' says Alabama's Nick Saban Conor McGregor to make film debut in remake of 'Road House' Vin Scully, iconic former Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, dies at age 94 Blue Collar U downs Americana for Autism, takes home $1 million The Basketball Tournament title 'Definitely happy to be back out there,' New York Mets starter Jacob deGrom sharp in return, prepares for Atlanta Braves next Kentucky Wildcats, Gonzaga Bulldogs announce home-and-home men's basketball series beginning this year Related content Videos

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Cain Velasquez, former UFC champion, pleads not guilty to attempted murder charge

Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez pleaded not guilty Friday in an attempted murder case in Santa Clara (California) County, his attorney Mark Geragos told ESPN.Velasquez, 40, is being charged with attempted murder and 10 other gun-related charges stemming from an incident where he allegedly chased down a man, Harry Goularte - who is being charged with molesting a young relative of Velasquez - and shooting a gun into Goularte's vehicle, hitting Goularte's stepfather, Paul Bender. Velasquez has been in jail since Feb. 28 and has been denied bail on three separate occasions.A pre-trial hearing in the case is scheduled for Sept. 26, where Geragos is expecting to be able to get witnesses to testify, the attorney said. If the case is not dismissed at that point, he said, it would then go to trial, which could begin before the end of the year.Geragos said the prosecution will not be calling Goularte to testify at the pre-trial hearing or at trial,...

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Cleveland Browns sticking with QB prep plan despite NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson's 6-game suspension

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Friday that the team is waiting to see what happens with the NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson's six-game suspension before altering its plans at quarterback in practice.To this point in training camp, Watson has gotten the overwhelming majority of the snaps with the first-team offense; backup Jacoby Brissett has mostly worked with the second team."We'll just kind of await clarity on the situation," Stefanski said before Friday's practice. "Just continue to move ahead with what we're doing."Stefanski was speaking for the first time since the NFL announced on Wednesday that it was appealing the ruling of disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson, a former federal judge, as it seeks a tougher penalty under the league's personal conduct policy."The NFL's appeal addresses whether, based on the findings made by Judge Robinson, the discipline should be modified to include a professional evaluation and...

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Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow still involved in camp despite being out indefinitely following appendectomy

CINCINNATI -- Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow remains out indefinitely after undergoing an appendectomy at the beginning of training camp.Bengals coach Zac Taylor said he doesn't have a timetable for Burrow's on-field return."I hate to put a timeline on it," Taylor said Friday. "But he's getting a lot of good mental work right now."The third-year quarterback and top overall pick in the 2020 draft hasn't participated in any practices since the Bengals started training camp last week. But Burrow remains visible and active during the preparation for the upcoming season.Taylor said Burrow is involved in team meetings, even leading some of them like he did before Friday's practice. When asked if Burrow could be used to signal playcalls like Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray is doing during their respective camp, Taylor said that wasn't necessary."He's been plenty engaged," Taylor said. "I don't think we need that to stimulate him. He does...

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San Francisco 49ers' Kyle Shanahan draws line on toughness after players throw punches in practice

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- After halting practice for a second time because of a brawl on Tuesday, coach Kyle Shanahan called for his team to huddle up.He promptly delivered some choice words about what had just transpired. Underneath the anger was a simple message about how Shanahan wants his team to play.Physical? Absolutely. Tough? Of course. Irritating? Sure.But Shanahan wants the Niners to draw the line at throwing punches, which happened twice in that Tuesday practice -- namely between star middle linebacker Fred Warner and receiver Brandon Aiyuk."I want everyone challenging each other," Shanahan said on Friday. "I don't care how much crap each other talks; I don't care how close they get to fighting. They can do whatever they want to get themselves to be as intense as they want and bring the best out of each other, which happens a lot that way. And it's the same on the field."But once you throw a punch, you get ejected or you get a penalty, and we pride...

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James Saxon, assistant coach for Arizona Cardinals, facing two domestic battery charges stemming from alleged incident in May

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinalshave placed running backs coach James Saxon on paid administrative leave as he awaits a court date on domestic battery charges. Saxon was charged May 25 in Indianapolis with two counts of domestic battery, including a Level 6 felony for allegedly assaulting a woman in front of a child younger than 16 years old."We are aware of the incident and notified the NFL as required," the Cardinals said in a statement on Friday. "The matter is currently under review pursuant to league policies. ... We will have no further comment pending additional proceedings."Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury on Friday said the team was aware of the situation when it happened.The charges against Saxon stem from an alleged incident May 7 that started with an argument at an Indianapolis-area Costco and continued at the home of the woman, according to the probable cause affidavit.Saxon's case is in a holding pattern until Aug. 25, when an attorney...

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Sources: USC hires Ed Stewart, Big 12 executive, to oversee football program

Ed Stewart, one of the top officials in the Big 12, is leaving for a new job at USC, according to ESPN sources.Stewart, the Big 12's executive associate commissioner, is being hired as USC's executive senior associate athletic director. His job duties will include oversight of USC'sfootball program, according to sources.Stewart spent 16 years at the Big 12 and served as the league's lead football administrator, arriving there in 2006. According to sources, he is well respected around the league and part of his motivation for moving to the campus side is to work toward becoming an athletic director.Stewart is a former football captain at Nebraskaon the 1994 national title team, and his name emerged in that school's athletic director search in the past year.Prior to Stewart's time at the Big 12, he served as Missourifootball's administrative liaison as an associate athletic director. He spent seven years on campus at Missouri from 1999 to 2006 and...

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August 05

Brittney Griner's nine-year prison sentence 'compounds the injustice' against her, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the nine-year sentence given to WNBA star Brittney Griner "compounds the injustice" she has gone through in Russia since her arrest earlier this year."It puts a spotlight on our very significant turn with Russia's legal system and the Russian government's use of wrongful detentions to advance its own agenda using individuals as political pawns," Blinken said Friday at a meeting with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Cambodia.Griner was convicted Thursday,sentenced to nine years in prison and fined 1 million rubles (about $16,700). She had been arrested Feb. 17 at a Moscow airport aftervape cartridges containing cannabis oil were found in her luggage.The verdict and sentencing were expected steps toward a swap to bring Griner back to the United States, as Russia was not going to move forward with a trade until her trial was completed.Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov appeared to confirm that Friday...

August 05

August 05

Shani Davis on Colbert: 'He's a jerk'

CALGARY, Alberta -- Stephen Colbert's Canadian-bashing isn't sitting well with at least one American speedskating star. "He's a jerk," Shani Davis said Thursday when asked for his take on the comedian's criticism of Canadians. "You can put that in the paper." Davis declined to elaborate, making the comment while vetting potential questions from The Canadian Press before rejecting an interview request and walking away. Davis has ties to Canada from training out of Calgary in the past, and has also had past differences with U.S. Speedskating, which is now being sponsored by the comedian who hosts the "The Colbert Report." Publicists for Colbert did not respond to requests for comment. Colbert stepped into a void for the American skaters after the team was left with a $300,000 shortfall when Dutch bank DSB declared bankruptcy and pulled out of its sponsorship. He put up a fundraising link on his Web site -- a similar plan helped raise hundreds...

August 05

August 05

Jacksonville Jaguars' Travon Walker debuts, gets first sack in Hall of Fame game

CANTON, Ohio -- Jacksonville Jaguarsrookie Travon Walker wasted no time making an impact in his first NFL game.Walker, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL draft, played only two series in his team's 27-11 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on Thursday night, but he recorded a sack and had another pressure in what he says was just a glimpse of what he will eventually be able to consistently do for years."It was definitely exciting, just to be out there on an NFL roster, out there on an NFL team playing with other NFL players," Walker said. "Something that I'll always remember [will be] my first snap."That's when Walker first flashed some of the reasons the Jaguars elected to take him over more proven pass-rusher Aidan Hutchinson, who went second to the Detroit Lions. He bull-rushed Raiders left tackle Brandon Parker and got to quarterback Jarrett Stidham as he released the ball....

August 05

August 05

Calgary Flames sign Jonathan Huberdeau to 8-year, $84 million extension

The Calgary Flameshave signed newly acquired forward Jonathan Huberdeau to an eight-year, $84 million contract extension, the team announced Thursday night."I'm thrilled to be part of the Calgary Flames organization long-term," Huberdeau said in a statement. "I'm excited for this new chapter and I am committed to this team. I'll give everything I have, on and off the ice and I can't wait to play in front of the passionate Flames fans."The Flames acquired Huberdeau from Floridalast month in a blockbuster package that sent Matthew Tkachuk to the Panthers.The trade left Calgary without its two leading scorers from this past season. Johnny Gaudreau, who led the Flames with 115 points, signed a seven-year deal with Columbus as a free agent.Huberdeau, 29, had 30 goals and 85 assists for 115 points last season with Florida, finishing tied for second for the most points in the NHL scoring race, including a league-leading 85 assists.The...

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Calgary Flames, Jonathan Huberdeau agree to 8-year, $84 million extension

The Calgary Flameshave signed newly acquired forward Jonathan Huberdeau to an eight-year, $84 million contract extension, the team announced on Thursday."I'm thrilled to be part of the Calgary Flames organization long-term," Huberdeau said in a statement. "I'm excited for this new chapter and I am committed to this team. I'll give everything I have, on and off the ice and I can't wait to play in front of the passionate Flames fans."The Flames acquired Huberdeau from Floridalast month in a blockbuster package that sent Matthew Tkachuk to the Panthers.The trade left Calgary without its two leading scorers from this past season. Johnny Gaudreau, who led the Flames with 115 points, signed a seven-year deal with Columbus as a free agent.Huberdeau, 29, is Florida's career leader in games, assists and points.He had 30 goals and 85 assists for 115 points last season with Florida, finishing tied for second for the most points in the NHL...

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Calgary Flames, Jonathan Huberdeau putting final touches on 8-year, $84 million extension

The Calgary Flameshave signed newly acquired forward Jonathan Huberdeau to an eight-year, $84 million contract extension, the team announced on Thursday."I'm thrilled to be part of the Calgary Flames organization long-term," Huberdeau said in a statement. "I'm excited for this new chapter and I am committed to this team. I'll give everything I have, on and off the ice and I can't wait to play in front of the passionate Flames fans."The Flames acquired Huberdeau from Floridalast month in a blockbuster package that sent Matthew Tkachuk to the Panthers.The trade left Calgary without its two leading scorers from this past season. Johnny Gaudreau, who led the Flames with 115 points, signed a seven-year deal with Columbus as a free agent.Huberdeau, 29, is Florida's career leader in games, assists and points.He had 30 goals and 85 assists for 115 points last season with Florida, finishing tied for second for the most points in the NHL...

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Roger Goodell picks former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson suspension

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has chosen former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey to hear the appeal of the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson.The NFL is seeking a tougher penalty under the league's personal conduct policy in the wake of disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson's ruling Monday. Under the collective bargaining agreement, Goodell had the option to consider the appeal himself or to appoint a designee.The league is appealing for an indefinite suspension that would be a minimum of one year (as it had previously sought), a source told ESPN, as well as a monetary fine (which Watson was not levied by Robinson) and treatment that the star quarterback must undergo."The NFL's appeal addresses whether, based on the findings made by Judge Robinson, the discipline should be modified to include a professional evaluation and treatment as determined by medical experts, an appropriate fine, and a longer suspension," the...

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August 04

Los Angeles Angels equal dubious MLB milestone with 7 home runs hit in losing cause

The Los Angeles Angels tied a dubious major league record when they smashed seven home runs -- all solo shots -- but still lost to the Oakland Athletics 8-7 on Thursday in Anaheim, California.The Angels are just the second team to hit seven solo homers and lose, according to ESPN Stats & Information research. They're also the first team in the majors to hit seven solo homers and score no other runs in a game."I guess they always say solo home runs don't beat you, but you feel like if you hit seven, you might. It didn't work out for us,'' Angels interim manager Phil Nevin said.Shohei Ohtani, who left Wednesday night's game due to a left forearm cramp, bounced back with two of the homers and two RBIs. It was his 11th multihomer game in the majors and fifth this season.Kurt Suzuki, Taylor Ward, Jo Adell and Jared Walsh also went deep for the Angels, who went 2-5 on their homestand. The seven homers also ties an overall franchise...

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August 04

Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talks

LOS ANGELES -- LeBron James and the Lakers had a "productive" discussion about their future together on Thursday, Rich Paul, CEO of Klutch Sports Group, told ESPN.No new deal has been agreed upon yet, however, sources said.James and Paul met with Lakers vice president of basketball operations and general manager Rob Pelinka as well as new Lakers coach Darvin Ham in the war room at the Lakers' practice facility in El Segundo, California, on Thursday. It was the first day James was eligible to sign a two-year, $97.1 million contract extension with the Lakers.Paul told ESPN he expects both sides to continue a dialogue moving forward.James is entering his contract's final year, worth $44.5 million, and will be 38 years old when his current deal is up. The maximum length of a contract a player aged 38 or older can sign is two years, according to the NBA's collective bargaining agreement.James has until June 30 to sign the extension before becoming an...

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August 04

Phoenix Mercury, Connecticut Sun observe 42 seconds of silence for Brittney Griner

Members of the Phoenix Mercury and Connecticut Sun stood arm-in-arm in a circle at halfcourt before Thursday night's WNBA game at Mohegan Sun Arena to observe "a 42-second moment of solidarity" for Mercury center Brittney Griner.A Russian court sentenced Griner to nine years in prison earlier Thursday after she was found guilty of drug trafficking. She was arrested Feb. 17 for bringing cannabis into the country, where she has long competed during the WNBA's off-season.Many players on both teams wiped away tearsduring the emotional pregame ceremony, which called for the release of Griner and other Americans being detained in Russia.As the players locked arms at halfcourt, the Sun's public address announcer said the teams hoped "to recognize the gravity of the moment and collectively send [Griner] strength.""We're inspired everyday by BG's strength, and we are steadfastly committed to keeping her top of mind publicly until she is safely back on American soil," the PA...

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August 04

Detroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera uncertain if he'll play beyond this season

Detroit Tigers great Miguel Cabrera for the first time on Thursday said this may be the final season in his Hall of Fame career.Cabrera, whose battled health issues in 2022, had previously stated he wanted to play through the end of the 2023 season, when he's owed $32 million in the final fully guaranteed year of his contract."I've got to talk to my agent, I've got to talk to the GM, I'm got to talk to everybody [to] see what's going to be the plan for next year," Cabrera told reporters ahead of Detroit's game against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays. "Right now we don't know. We're focused on today. We're going to go day by day and see what happens. I don't think about next year. I'm thinking about trying to finish healthy this year."The 39-year-old said he has been playing through knee pain in recent weeks and will be limited to just every other day during Detroit's six-game homestand."You've got to understand your body," Cabrera said. "I understand my body...

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Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says Matthew Stafford's elbow pain 'abnormal for a quarterback'

IRVINE, Calif. -- Los Angeles Ramscoach Sean McVay said quarterback Matthew Stafford's right elbow pain is "a little bit abnormal for a quarterback," comparing it instead to what pitchers deal with.Stafford, who dealt with an elbow injury last season, received an injection in his right elbow during the offseason. He did not throw during the Rams' spring workouts, saying he and the team were trying to be smart with his throwing arm.Stafford threw during individual and 7-on-7 drills on Thursday but did not take part in the team reps. McVay said earlier in the week that he doesn't expect Stafford to do so before the Rams leave Irvine on Aug. 10.McVay said the Rams' athletic training staff and Stafford "tried some things in the offseason" with the goal of alleviating some of the pain he was feeling in his elbow. McVay said going into camp the Rams knew they wanted to have a "modified approach and a progressive build.""Could he do it? Yes," McVay said. "Is that...

August 04

August 04

Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talks

LOS ANGELES -- LeBron James and the Lakers had a "productive" discussion about their future together on Thursday, Rich Paul, CEO of Klutch Sports Group, told ESPN.No new deal has been agreed upon yet, however, sources said.James and Paul met with Lakers vice president of basketball operations and general manager Rob Pelinka as well as new Lakers coach Darvin Ham in the war room at the Lakers' practice facility in El Segundo, California, on Thursday. It was the first day James was eligible to sign a two-year, $97.1 million contract extension with the Lakers.Paul told ESPN he expects both sides to continue a dialogue moving forward.James is entering his contract's final year, worth $44.5 million, and will be 38 years old when his current deal is up. The maximum length of a contract a player aged 38 or older can sign is two years, according to the NBA's collective bargaining agreement.James has until June 30 to sign the extension before becoming an...

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August 04

Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw leaves start early because of low back pain

SAN FRANCISCO -- Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershawleft his start Thursday at San Francisco because of low back pain, the team said.Manager Dave Roberts said after the 4-2 win that Kershaw's back tightened on him after a warm-up pitch before the bottom of the fifth inning. The three-time NL Cy Young Award winner winced and pointed to the dugout, and then he walked off the field gingerly with a trainer.Roberts said Kershaw will get testing in Los Angeles on Friday.Kershaw said he didn't feel any back pain until the fifth inning."Just felt something kind of lock up there in the fifth and couldn't really throw after that," he said.The 34-year-old Kershaw made 66 pitches through four innings, allowing one earned run and three hits with four strikeouts. He left with a 4-2 lead.Kershaw spent time on the injured list earlier this season due to inflammation in a pelvic joint. He was 7-3 with a 2.66 ERA in 14 starts entering Thursday's...

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Rare T-206 Honus Wagner baseball card sold for record $7.25 million in private sale

Collectibles marketplace Goldin announced on Thursday that a T-206 Honus Wagner has sold in a private sale for $7.25 million, a record amount for a sports card.The figure eclipsed the $6.606 million fetched for another T-206 Wagner almost a year ago to the day.The version of the Wagner that sold recently was graded a 2 out of 10 by Sportscard Guaranty Corp., or SGC; the 2021 record-breaker received a 3 from SGC."There is nothing on this earth like a T-206 card," said Ken Goldin, executive chairman and founder of Goldin, in a statement. "There's a reason why no Wagner card has ... sold for less than it was previously purchased for -- the card is art, it's history, it's folklore."The folklore of the card hinges on its uber-rarity (somewhere between 50 and 60 copies exist) and multiple theories on why so few Wagners exist, including: Wagner's printing plate breaking during production A copyright dispute between artist and tobacco company ...

August 04

August 04

Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey selected to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson decision

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has chosen former New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey to hear the appeal of the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson.The NFL is seeking a tougher penalty under the league's personal conduct policy in the wake of disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson's ruling Monday. Under the collective bargaining agreement, Goodell had the option to consider the appeal himself or to appoint a designee.The NFL is appealing for an indefinite suspension that would be a minimum of one year (as it had previously sought), a source told ESPN's Jake Trotter, as well as a monetary fine (which Watson was not levied by Robinson) and treatment that the star quarterback must undergo."The NFL's appeal addresses whether, based on the findings made by Judge Robinson, the discipline should be modified to include a professional evaluation and treatment as determined by medical experts, an appropriate fine, and a longer...

August 04

August 04

Auburn Tigers QB T.J. Finley charged with attempting to elude police

Auburnquarterback T.J. Finley was arrested and charged with attempting to elude police, a misdemeanor, on Thursday, the same day Auburn players were scheduled to report to campus for preseason camp.According to police officials, Finley was released Thursday from the Lee County (Alabama) Detention Center. Auburn coach Bryan Harsin said the university is aware of Finley's situation and confirmed the quarterback was back in the football complex Thursday.The Tigers open practice Friday."He was here. He'll be here tonight, he'll practice tomorrow. We're aware of what's going on," Harsin said.According to Finley's attorney, Davis Whittelsey, the arrest came as a result of traffic violations that stemmed from Finley riding his scooter without a helmet."The charges pending against my client are the result of traffic violations and a misunderstanding," Whittelsey said. "The charges are in the process of being handled in Municipal Court within the city of Auburn as all...

August 04

August 04

Pac-12 players can profit off highlight videos posted to Twitter under NIL deal

Pac-12 athletes will now be able to get something more than retweets for their highlights.On Thursday, the conference announced an initiative alongside Twitter, NIL marketplace Opendorse and sports technology startup Tempus Ex Machina that will allow football and men's and women's basketball players to monetize videos of their top moments on the field.During the 2022-23 season, Tempus Ex Machina, which has a partnership with the Pac-12, will provide athletes with a custom digital video after each game that includes their best plays and camera shots from various angles.Once players tweet their highlight reel out, Twitter's Amplify platform will populate the video with pre-roll advertising. According to the Pac-12 and Twitter, the athlete will be paid based on the advertisement that was sold.In exchange for posting two highlights per week after a win or a loss, football players who are approved for the program will receive a total of $1,250 as well as a potential percentage of...

August 04

August 04

Boston Red Sox release outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.

The Boston Red Soxreleased outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.on Thursday.Bradley, 32, rejoined the Red Sox after the team acquired the outfielder and two minor leaguers in a December 2021 trade with the Milwaukee Brewers, giving up slugger Hunter Renfroe.He was hitting .210 with three home runs and 29 RBIs in 92 games for the Red Sox while making $9.5 million this season."We were hoping, offensively, it was going to be a lot better than last year," manager Alex Cora said. "He had some stretches at home that were good. Obviously, he struggled toward the end. We weren't able to get him to be consistent hitting the ball the other way. This year, there weren't too many strikeouts. But toward the end, there were a lot of ground balls to the pull side. Offensively, it just didn't work out."Bradley, who has a career .228 batting average, was a mainstay for Boston during his first stint with the Red Sox from 2013 to 2020, earning an All-Star nod in 2016...

August 04

August 04

Pittsburgh Steelers sign hold-in WR Diontae Johnson to contract extension

PITTSBURGH -- Diontae Johnson got his deal.After a weeklong hold-in at the Pittsburgh Steelers' training camp, the wide receiver and the team reached a two-year extension that averages $18.355 million per year, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Kimberley Martin.The deal, worth up to $39.5 million if he reaches incentives, includes $27 million guaranteed. Johnson, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, will become a free agent in 2025."It was a relief for me," Johnson said with a smile Thursday. "Just to be able to get it done, just to get back out there with my brothers is a blessing. I'm happy."Johnson said the Steelers offered him the contract Wednesday night, and after praying and talking with his agent, teammates and family, he decided to sign the deal Thursday morning.The Steelers announced Johnson's extension on Thursday but did not disclose financial terms. The team called it a three-year contract, including this year with the two-year...

August 04

August 04

Philadelphia Phillies release Didi Gregorius as Jean Segura returns from 60-day injured list

The Philadelphia Phillies released shortstop Didi Gregoriuson Thursday in a series of moves involving players acquired at the trade deadline and the return of infielder Jean Segura from the 60-day injured list.Gregorius, 32, is hitting .210 with a home run and 19 RBIs this season, his third with the Phillies. In three seasons with the franchise, he hit .230 with 24 home runs and 113 RBIs.The move likely opens the door for rookie Bryson Stott to take over at shortstop. Stott, 24, has seven home runs and 32 RBIs this season and is batting .196.Segura, 32, has been sidelined since June 1 after fracturing his right index finger while attempting to bunt. He was hitting .275 with six home runs and 19 RBIs at the time of his injury. It is expected he will return to his role as the Phillies' starting second baseman.The Phillies also announced that right-hander Noah Syndergaard and outfielder Brandon Marsh have reported to the club...

August 04

August 04

Brittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prison

A Russian court sentenced WNBA star Brittney Griner to nine years in prison Thursday, an expected conclusion to her trial that should allow negotiations for a prisoner swap to accelerate.Griner, who was arrested Feb. 17 for bringing cannabis into the country, had been prepared for a harsh sentence, sources close to the player said. But she and her supporters have also been aware that Russia was not going to move forward with a trade that could bring her home until her trial was completed. A guilty verdict was considered a foregone conclusion, and Griner pleaded guilty July 7, though the case continued under Russian law.During sentencing, Judge Anna Sotnikova said she had found that Griner intentionally broke the law and also fined her 1 million rubles (about $16,700). Sotnikova said the time Griner has served in custody since her arrest in February would count toward the sentence.Griner reacted to the sentence with little emotion, listening to the verdict with a blank...

August 04

August 04

Sources: Pittsburgh Steelers, hold-in WR Diontae Johnson agree to two-year contract extension

PITTSBURGH -- Diontae Johnson got his deal.After a weeklong hold-in at the Pittsburgh Steelers' training camp, the wide receiver and the team reached a two-year extension that averages $18.355 million per year, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Kimberley Martin.The deal, worth up to $39.5 million if he reaches incentives, includes $27 million guaranteed. Johnson, who is in the final year of his rookie contract, will become a free agent in 2025.The Steelers announced Johnson's extension on Thursday but did not disclose terms. The team called it a three-year contract, including this year with the two-year extension.Johnson, 26, was the final remaining hold-in of the 2019 wide receiver draft class after Deebo Samuel and DK Metcalfgot extensions earlier in training camp.Days before agreeing to the extension, general manager Omar Khan reiterated that the team wanted Johnson to remain a Steeler."We want Diontae, and we're excited to have...

August 04

August 04

Russian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner, who says she 'never meant to break any law'

Russian prosecutors have asked a court outside Moscow to sentence Brittney Griner to 9½ years in prison on cannabis possession charges.The prosecutors' request was made during closing arguments Thursday in Griner's trial, nearly six months after the American basketball star was arrested at a Moscow airport in a case that has reached the highest levels of U.S.-Russia diplomacy.Griner also addressed the judge Thursday, saying that she "never meant to break any law" in Russia by having vape cartridges with cannabis oil in her luggage at the time of her arrest Feb. 17 and that it was an honest mistake."I know everybody keeps talking about 'political pawn' and 'politics,' but I hope that is far from this courtroom," Griner said.A ruling is set for later Thursday, whenthe judge will read the entire report into the record before issuing a verdict and sentence.Any sentence is considered a formality by experts, as the length of her detainment will be determined by...

August 04

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August 04

Russian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner

Russian prosecutors have asked a court outside Moscow to sentence Brittney Griner to 9½ years in prison on cannabis possession charges.The prosecutors' request was made during closing arguments Thursday in Griner's trial, nearly six months after the American basketball star was arrested at a Moscow airport in a case that has reached the highest levels of U.S.-Russia diplomacy.Griner's lawyer Maria Blagovolina said a verdict in the case is expected later Thursday.Blagovolina asked the court to acquit Griner, noting that she had no past criminal record and hailing her role in "the development of Russian basketball."If the court does deem it necessary to punish her, Blagovolina said, then Griner -- who faces a maximum sentence of 10 years -- should receive the most lenient punishment.Lawyers for the Phoenix Mercury center and two-time Olympic gold medalist have pursued strategies to bolster Griner's contention that she had no criminal intent and that the...

August 04

August 04

Juan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, which roughs up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debut

SAN DIEGO -- Juan Soto arrived at Petco Park promising to bring "good vibes" to the San Diego Padres and issuing a warning to opposing teams.The acquisition of the 23-year-old generational talent in perhaps the biggest deadline deal ever energized the Padres and their long-suffering fans, and there's more to come.Soto and Josh Bell on Wednesday joined a lineup currently anchored by All-Star slugger Manny Machado. Star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. is expected to return from a broken left wrist within a few weeks.When that lineup hits the field, "It's going to be really exciting. It's going to be really tough to go through and I wish good luck to other pitchers," Soto said with a laugh at an introductory news conference.A few hours later, Soto and the rest of the new-look Padres were quickly living up to the slugger's words.Brandon Drury, who was acquired in a deadline deal with the Redson Tuesday, hit a grand slam...

August 04

August 04

Juan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, who rough up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debut

SAN DIEGO -- Juan Soto arrived at Petco Park promising to bring "good vibes" to the San Diego Padres and issuing a warning to opposing teams.The acquisition of the 23-year-old generational talent in perhaps the biggest deadline deal ever energized the Padres and their long-suffering fans, and there's more to come.Soto and Josh Bell on Wednesday joined a lineup currently anchored by All-Star slugger Manny Machado. Star shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. is expected to return from a broken left wrist within a few weeks.When that lineup hits the field, "It's going to be really exciting. It's going to be really tough to go through and I wish good luck to other pitchers," Soto said with a laugh at an introductory news conference.A few hours later, Soto and the rest of the new-look Padres were quickly living up to the slugger's words.Brandon Drury, who was acquired in a deadline deal with the Redson Tuesday, hit a grand slam...

August 04

Los Angeles Dodgers honoring Vin Scully with commemorative patch on uniforms

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgersare paying tribute to legendary broadcaster Vin Scully by wearing a commemorative black patch featuring a microphone and "Vin" on their uniforms.Scully, whose 67-year career calling games in Brooklyn and Los Angeles made him the longest-tenured broadcaster with a single team in sports history, died Tuesday night at age 94.The Dodgers are out of town until Friday but will honor Scully with a pregame tribute that night.Dodgers and San Francisco Giants players both lined up along the baselines before Wednesday's game at Oracle Park for a pregame video tribute to Scully. Also, the Los Angeles Angels held a moment of silence for Scully before their home game against the Oakland Athletics.Scully was celebrated and remembered by fans throughout L.A. on Wednesday. Some recalled his voice soothing them to sleep as kids."It was like listening to your favorite song on the radio all the time, he was always in the...

August 03

August 03

New Orleans Saints' Trevor Penning kicked out of practice after third incident in three days

New Orleans Saints rookie left tackle Trevor Penning and defensive tackle Malcolm Roach were both kicked out of practice Wednesday afternoon after flaring tempers led to a fracas involving several other teammates.A teammate came in and shoved Penning after the initial issue between him and Roach, causing at least 10 other players to come in from the sidelines and join the fray.Saints coach Dennis Allen loudly addressed the team when practice concluded, and he said he plans to talk to both Roach and Penning before practice Thursday."We don't have time for that," Allen said. "I sent two guys in today and we've got to get our work done. We've got to learn as a team how to compete and how to play and how to practice and push ourselves to the limit but yet not take it over the edge."... It's not unusual for something like that to occur in training camp. It's certainly something we don't want to see happen. It'll be addressed and we'll move forward."It was the...

August 03

August 03

NFL appeals ruling that Deshaun Watson of Cleveland Browns should be suspended six games

BEREA, Ohio -- The NFL on Wednesday appealed the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, seeking a tougher penalty under the league's personal conduct policy in the wake ofdisciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson's ruling Monday.In a statement, the league said it notified the NFL Players Association that it would appeal and then filed its brief Wednesday afternoon.The league said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will determine who will hear the appeal. Under the collective bargaining agreement, Goodell has the option to consider the appeal himself or can appoint a designee to do so.A source told ESPN that the NFL is appealing for an indefinite suspension that would be a minimum of one year (as it had previously sought), a monetary fine (which Watson was not levied by Robinson) and treatment that the star quarterback must undergo.The union also had the right to appeal Robinson's ruling, although it issued a statement Sunday night...

August 03

August 03

Arizona Cardinals WR Marquise Brown charged with criminal speeding

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals receiver Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown was arrested and charged with criminal speeding Wednesday morning.Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman Bart Graves confirmed that Brown was arrested at 7:05 a.m. on State Route 101, which surrounds three-quarters of the Phoenix Metro area.He was booked in the Maricopa County Jail and releasedon his own recognizance Wednesday evening following a brief hearing in Maricopa County Superior Court.Brown's next court appearance is set for Aug. 23.Brown was pulled over driving while 126 MPH in a 65 MPH zone by an officer who was parked under an overpass. If he's charged, it'll be for a misdemeanor."We are aware of the situation regarding Hollywood Brown and have reported it to the NFL office as required," the Cardinals said in a statement. "We will comment further as appropriate."Brown was acquired in a draft-day deal with the Baltimore Ravens and is expected to play a big...

August 03

August 03

LB Anthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year deal

OXNARD, California -- After talks that covered a couple of months, the Dallas Cowboys reached a one-year agreement with veteran linebacker Anthony Barr on Wednesday.The deal is for $2 million but can max out at $3 million, a source told ESPN's Todd Archer.With the Cowboys keeping Micah Parsons in a multifaceted role between linebacker and pass-rusher in 2022, the team wanted to add some veteran help alongside Leighton Vander Esch with no other uber-experienced linebacker on the roster.The Cowboys have second-year linebacker Jabril Cox coming off a torn anterior cruciate ligament. While he has gotten off to a good start, he has missed the past two days of work, although there does not seem to be concern over his status.Barr, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, had a career-high three interceptions to go along with 2.5 sacks and 72 tackles last season, the latter of which was his third-highest output in his eight seasons with the ...

August 03

August 03

Anthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year deal

The Dallas Cowboys have reached a one-year deal with free agent linebacker Anthony Barr, the team said Wednesday.Barr, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, had a career-high three interceptions to go along with 2.5 sacks and 72 tackles last season, the latter of which was his third-highest output in his eight seasons with the Minnesota Vikings,The 30-year-old linebacker appeared in 11 games after undergoing a procedure on his right knee that forced him to miss the first four games of the 2021 season.He reworked his contract last March to allow himself to hit free agency after the 2021 season. After missing the final 14 games of 2020 upon tearing his pectoral muscle against Indianapolis, the linebacker's salary and bonuses were cut from $12.9 million to $10 million with a fully guaranteed base salary of $9.4 million.The four-time Pro Bowl selection wore the green dot for the majority of his time in Minnesota and played a critical role in calling...

August 03

August 03

UConn Huskies women's basketball star Paige Bueckers to miss 2022-23 season after tearing ACL

UConnwomen's basketball star Paige Bueckerssuffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee Monday and will miss the 2022-23 season, the school announced Wednesday.Bueckers injured her knee in a pickup basketball game, according to the school's release, and an MRI later that evening confirmed the ACL tear. The release did not say where the junior guard from Hopkins, Minnesota, was playing when the injury occurred. It was the same knee she injured last year, causing her to miss significant time.She will undergo surgery Friday at UConn Health in Farmington, Connecticut. An update on her recovery timetable will be made available after the procedure.In a statement posted on her Instagram account, Bueckers said she is leaning on her faith to move forward."It's so so crazy because you work so hard to get back healthy, you feel stronger than ever, and you are playing your best basketball and with one sudden movement it all shifts,"Bueckers wrote....

August 03

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August 03

Directive to lose games in 2019 by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross never made it to field, assistant says

MIAMI -- While an NFL-backed investigation found Dolphins owner Stephen Ross made it known he believed the team's draft position should take precedence over winning games in 2019, those beliefs did not make it down to the football field.Dolphins running backs coach Eric Studesville, who has held that title since 2018, said the team's directive during the 2019 season was not questioned as far as he knew."From the top down, [the goal was] to win football games and prepare and get ready to go -- that's how it's always been," Studesville said Wednesday. "That's how I think this game is right. That's what we do, that's what I owe the game, every time we get a chance to compete, we do our best. There was never anything other than that expressed to us or to me."In February, former Dolphins coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the NFL and the Dolphins, alleging racism in the league's hiring practices. In the lawsuit, Flores claims that Ross attempted to incentivize him to...

August 03

August 03

Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 LIV golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour

Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and nine other golfers suspended by the PGA Tour for joining LIV Golf filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour on Wednesday.In addition, three of those golfers are seeking a temporary restraining order from a federal judge that would allow them to compete in the upcoming FedEx Cup playoffs.The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, requested relief that would allow Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford and Matt Jones to play in the three FedEx Cup playoff events, starting with next week's FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis.A hearing to consider the players' motion for a temporary restraining order is scheduled for Tuesday in San Jose, California."The punishment that would accrue to these players from not being able to play in the FedEx Cup Playoffs is substantial and irreparable," the golfers' attorneys wrote in the lawsuit, "and a temporary restraining order is needed to...

August 03

August 03

Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour

Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and nine other golfers suspended by the PGA Tour for joining LIV Golf have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour on Wednesday.In addition, three of those golfers are seeking a temporary restraining order from a federal judge that would allow them to compete in the upcoming FedEx Cup Playoffs.The lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern California, requested relief that would allow Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford and Matt Jones to play in the three FedEx Cup Playoff events, starting with next week's FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis."The punishment that would accrue to these players from not being able to play in the FedEx Cup Playoffs is substantial and irreparable," the golfers' attorneys wrote in the lawsuit, "and a temporary restraining order is needed to prevent the irreparable harm that would ensue were they not to be able to participate."Carlos Ortiz, Ian...

August 03

August 03

Despite winning the SEC and playing for the national title, last season 'a rebuilding year,' Alabama's Nick Saban says

Despite winning the SEC, beating Cincinnati in the Cotton Bowl and competing in the College Football Playoff National Championship game, Alabama coach Nick Saban looked back on last season Wednesday and called it "kind of a rebuilding year."While it's true that Alabama had to replace a number of starters last season -- including a quarterback who was drafted in the first round in Mac Jones and a Heisman Trophy-winning receiver in DeVonta Smith -- it didn't lead to a dip in production.Bryce Young took over for Jones and won the Heisman in his first season as a starter. Meanwhile, Ohio State transfer Jameson Williams stepped in at receiver, caught 15 touchdowns and was named a first-team All-American.Young is back for his junior season, but Williams is gone after being drafted in the first round by the Detroit Lions.Appearing on WJOX in Birmingham, Saban said they "should have" had nine starters back on both offense and defense,...

August 03

August 03

Despite winning the SEC, playing for the national title, last season 'a rebuilding year,' says Alabama's Nick Saban

Despite winning the SEC, beating Cincinnati in the Cotton Bowl and competing in the national championship game, Alabama coach Nick Saban looked back on last season on Wednesday and called it "kind of a rebuilding year."While it's true that Alabama had to replace a number of starters last season - including a quarterback who was drafted in the first round in Mac Jones and a Heisman Trophy-winning receiver in DeVonta Smith - it didn't lead to a dip in production.Bryce Young took over for Jones and won the Heisman in his first season as a starter. Meanwhile, Ohio State transfer Jameson Williams stepped in at receiver, caught 15 touchdowns and was named a First Team All-American.Young is back for his junior season, but Williams is gone after being drafted in the first round by the Detroit Lions.Appearing on WJOX in Birmingham, Saban said they "should have" had nine starters back on both offense and defense, but six players turned...

August 03

August 03

Conor McGregor to make film debut in remake of 'Road House'

UFC star Conor McGregorwill make his first foray into feature films with a role in a remake of "Road House," McGregor's spokesperson Karen J. Kessler confirmed to ESPN.Jake Gyllenhaal will star in the movie, which is a new take on the classic 1980s cult hit that starred Patrick Swayze. Amazon Prime Video is the movie studio. Deadline was first to report the news Wednesday of McGregor's involvement."Conor McGregor is very excited to expand his storied career to Hollywood and join with Jake Gyllenhaal in this reimagining of 'Road House,' a beloved classic," Kessler said in a statement. "While fighting remains his top focus, this is the beginning of another successful venture in the McGregor empire. He is eager to get started filming."McGregor, 34, is still recovering from a fractured leg he suffered in a July 2021 fight against Dustin Poirier. He has not fought since then. But the Irish former UFC double champion has still been busy outside the Octagon. McGregor and his...

August 03

August 03

Vin Scully, iconic former Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster, dies at age 94

Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, whose dulcet tones provided the soundtrack of summer while entertaining and informing Dodgersfans in Brooklyn and Los Angeles for 67 years, died Tuesday night, the team said. He was 94."We have lost an icon," Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said in a statement. "Vin Scully was one of the greatest voices in all of sports. He was a giant of a man, not only as a broadcaster, but as a humanitarian. He loved people. He loved life. He loved baseball and the Dodgers. And he loved his family. His voice will always be heard and etched in all of our minds forever. I know he was looking forward to joining the love of his life, Sandi. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this very difficult time. Vin will be truly missed."Scully died at his home in the Hidden Hills section of Los Angeles, according to the team, which spoke to family members.No cause of death was provided."Today we mourn the loss of a legend in our game,"...

August 03

August 02

Blue Collar U downs Americana for Autism, takes home $1 million The Basketball Tournament title

After Blue Collar U's run in The Basketball Tournament ended one game shy of the final last summer, the former Buffalo basketball stars made sure to finish the job this year.Blue Collar U was on top of Americana for Autism from the opening tip, leading by as many as 22 points en route to an 89-67 victory in the TBT final Tuesday night in Dayton, Ohio.Blue Collar U brings home $1 million in the winner-take-all format. Stars CJ Massinburg, Nick Perkins and Wes Clark will earn $100,000 apiece, fellow starters Blake Hamilton and Dontay Caruthers will earn $85,000 and the rest of the players and coaches will earn between $15,000 and $60,000. (Teams can split up the prize money however they want.)"It was a tough-fought game," Clark said in the postgame interview. "For us to get this grind-it-out win, it's just amazing -- on top of the million dollars."[It took] preparation. We all took this thing serious. We all wanted this money; we all wanted to get back out here and...

August 02

August 02

'Definitely happy to be back out there,' New York Mets starter Jacob deGrom sharp in return, prepares for Atlanta Braves next

WASHINGTON -- Jacob deGrom dazzled in his first major league start in more than a year, allowing one run on three hits and striking out six in five innings before a bullpen meltdown cost the New York Mets in a 5-1 loss to the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night.Sidelined for the second half of last season by an elbow injury and shut down late in spring training because of a stress reaction in his right scapula, deGrom got a standing ovation from a crowd full of Mets fans prior to his first game back in almost 13 months."It was good to see him back out there, it's been a long road for him," Mets manager Buck Showalter said. "Now we have got to stay on that road."Serenaded with applause when he delivered a 99 mph fastball on his first meaningful pitch since July 7, 2021, deGrom threw 46 of 59 for strikes before coming out of the game around the time the team planned for."His fastball was over 100, and his slider is nasty," Washington manager Dave...

August 02

August 02

Kentucky Wildcats, Gonzaga Bulldogs announce home-and-home men's basketball series beginning this year

Gonzagaand Kentuckyhave agreed to a home-and-home men's college basketball series beginning with the Wildcats traveling to Spokane in November.The games were announced in a conversation between coaches John Calipari and Mark Few during Kentucky's open practice and telethon to raise money for flood victims in eastern Kentucky on Tuesday night."He wants to schedule a game, but everything's gotta be on his terms," Calipari said to the Rupp Arena crowd with Few calling in via video. "I thought we were Kentucky.""First of all, we were fine," Few replied. "We were looking good, and you just said, 'Hey you wanna play?' And I'm like, yeah I'm good with playing.""And what did you say?" Calipari countered."I said it needs to be in Spokane," Few said.After some more banter between the two head coaches, they got down to specifics."Nov. 20 is what would be great," Few said. "That suits us. How about you?""Let me ask you this, maybe this is crazy," Calipari replied....

August 02

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1 hour agoSan Diego Padres agree to trade for Washington Nationals slugger Juan Soto, sources sayThe San Diego Padres have agreed to a deal to acquire superstar outfielder Juan Sotoand first baseman Josh Bellfrom the Washington Nationals, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.Soto has been informed that he's...

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Louis Cardinals acquire Jose Quintana from Pittsburgh PiratesTiger Woods turned down offer in 'neighborhood' of $700-$800 million when approached to join LIV Golf, Greg Norman saysSources: St. Louis Cardinals finalizing deal for Jose Quintana of Pittsburgh PiratesHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles, catcher Christian Vazquez from Boston Red SoxSan Francisco 49ers consider offensive options for newly signed Deebo Samuel, 'a special player'Dallas Cowboys wide receiver James Washington out 6-10 weeks with fractured foot, sources sayAtlanta Braves extend Austin Riley with massive contractHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles, catcher Christian Vazquez from Boston Red Sox, sources sayHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles in three-team tradeArizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray tests positive for COVID-19Source: Dallas Cowboys concerned WR James Washington has Jones fracture in footSources: Houston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles in three-team tradeNew York Yankees acquire starter Frankie Montas, closer Lou Trivino from Oakland AthleticsSources: Houston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore OriolesSources: New York Yankees acquire starter Frankie Montas, closer Lou Trivino from Oakland AthleticsSan Diego Padres get Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader in trade, send out closer Taylor Rogers, 3 othersPGA Tour's 2022-23 schedule to include 44 regular-season tournaments, record $428.6 million in prize moneySource: San Diego Padres get Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader in trade, send out closer Taylor RogersPGA Tour's 2022-23 schedule to include 44 regular-season tournaments, record $415 million in prize moneyNew York Yankees trade for Chicago Cubs rookie reliever Scott EffrossSources: New York Yankees trading for Chicago Cubs rookie reliever Scott EffrossCleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 6 games for violating NFL's personal conduct policyAtlanta Braves designate Robinson Cano for assignment after dealing for INF Ehire AdrianzaSources: NBA investigating New York Knicks for possible tampering in signing of Jalen BrunsonMassachusetts sports betting bill awaits governor's signature after passing through legislatureSource: Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 6 games for violating NFL's personal conduct policyRyder Cup: Luke Donald named as Team Europe captainNew England Patriots and punter Jake Bailey agree to four-year, $13.5 million contract, sourceSources: Kansas City Chiefs LT Orlando Brown Jr. to report to camp, sign franchise tenderCleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson agrees to settle 3 more lawsuits as discipline ruling expected MondayDallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise at $7.64 billionRic Flair, 73, handles 'pressure,' authors classic performance in winning his final wrestling matchSources: San Francisco 49ers, Deebo Samuel agree to 3-year extension worth up to $73.5MRuling in Cleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson's disciplinary case expected Monday, sources say. Hamilton joins former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who joined the group as an investor last month.. A day after trading Trey Mancini to the Houston Astros, the Orioles traded closer Jorge Lopez to the Minnesota Twinson Tuesday.The 29-year-old Lopez is in the middle of a breakout season, with a sparkling 1.68 ERA and 19 of his 20 career saves.. A day after trading Trey Mancini to the Houston Astros, the Orioles are finalizing a trade to send closer Jorge Lopez to the Minnesota Twins, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.The Orioles will receive four minor league pitchers: left-hander Cade Povich, right-handed reliever Yennier Cano,right-hander Juan Nunez and left-hander Juan Rojas, sources tell ESPN.Lopez has 19 saves and is 4-6 with a 1.68 ERA.. The Atlanta Braves acquired Detroit Tigers outfielder Robbie Grossman late Monday night, the team announced, adding veteran depth to an already potent lineup.The defending World Series champions also were nearing a deal for Houston Astros right-hander Jake Odorizzi, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan, confirming multiple reports.Grossman, 32, was not in the lineup Monday night, when the Tigers lost 5-3 at the Minnesota Twins.. Murray can return to the field sooner than five days if he tests negative, Kingsbury said.Murray missed Saturday's practice because of a sore wrist and could miss five of six practices this week, or more, if he doesn't return before then.. The Houston Astros have acquired first baseman/outfielder Trey Mancini from the Baltimore Orioles in a three-team trade that also involves the Tampa Bay Rays, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan on Monday.Besides Mancini, the Astros are getting right-hander Jayden Murray from the Rays, who are acquiring outfielder Jose Siri from Houston, sources said.. The Houston Astros have acquired first baseman/outfielder Trey Mancini from the Baltimore Orioles, sources confirmed to ESPN.Mancini, 30, is hitting .268 with 10 home runs and 41 RBIs this season, his sixth with the Orioles (51-51), who have surprised this season and are just three games out of the American League's final wild-card spot entering Monday's games.Mancini has been a bright spot as the Orioles have gone through a difficult rebuild.. In 34 innings this season, Hader has struck out 59 batters, walked 12 and allowed seven home runs.. Sue L. Robinson, the disciplinary officer jointly appointed by the NFL and players' union, is expected to issue a decision Monday on whether Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson violated the league's personal conduct policy following accusations of sexual misconduct, sources confirmed to ESPN.Meanwhile, Watson has agreed to settle three of the remaining four active civil lawsuits against him, Houston attorney Tony Buzbee told ESPN's John Barr early Monday morning.If Robinson, a former U.S. district judge, imposes any punishment, either side will have three days to submit an appeal in writing.. The price is a record paid for a North American sports franchise.Sixteen NFL franchises have been valued at least $4 billion, compared to seven in the other U.S. sports leagues, including four in the NBA and three in MLB.The total value of the NFL's.... SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- After a roller-coaster offseason that included a surprising trade request, a social media scrubbing and a half-dozen other receivers signing lucrative contracts, the final domino fell Sunday when wideout Deebo Samuel agreed to a three-year contract extension with the San Francisco 49ers.The deal is worth a maximum value of $73.5 million over the three years and includes $58.1 million in guarantees, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.Samuel is the seventh wideout this offseason to sign a deal worth at least $24 million per year.

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Louis Cardinals acquire Jose Quintana from Pittsburgh PiratesTiger Woods turned down offer in 'neighborhood' of $700-$800 million when approached to join LIV Golf, Greg Norman saysSources: St. Louis Cardinals finalizing deal for Jose Quintana of Pittsburgh PiratesHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles, catcher Christian Vazquez from Boston Red SoxSan Francisco 49ers consider offensive options for newly signed Deebo Samuel, 'a special player'Dallas Cowboys wide receiver James Washington out 6-10 weeks with fractured foot, sources sayAtlanta Braves extend Austin Riley with massive contractHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles, catcher Christian Vazquez from Boston Red Sox, sources sayHouston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles in three-team tradeArizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray tests positive for COVID-19Source: Dallas Cowboys concerned WR James Washington has Jones fracture in footSources: Houston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore Orioles in three-team tradeNew York Yankees acquire starter Frankie Montas, closer Lou Trivino from Oakland AthleticsSources: Houston Astros acquire Trey Mancini from Baltimore OriolesSources: New York Yankees acquire starter Frankie Montas, closer Lou Trivino from Oakland AthleticsSan Diego Padres get Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader in trade, send out closer Taylor Rogers, 3 othersPGA Tour's 2022-23 schedule to include 44 regular-season tournaments, record $428.6 million in prize moneySource: San Diego Padres get Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader in trade, send out closer Taylor RogersPGA Tour's 2022-23 schedule to include 44 regular-season tournaments, record $415 million in prize moneyNew York Yankees trade for Chicago Cubs rookie reliever Scott EffrossSources: New York Yankees trading for Chicago Cubs rookie reliever Scott EffrossCleveland Browns QB Deshaun Watson suspended 6 games for violating NFL's personal conduct policyAtlanta Braves designate Robinson Cano for assignment after dealing for INF Ehire AdrianzaSources: NBA investigating New York Knicks for possible tampering in signing of Jalen BrunsonMassachusetts sports betting bill awaits governor's signature after passing through legislatureVideos. ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Denver Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick, who led the team in touchdown catches last season, was carted off the practice field Tuesday with a right knee injury team officials feared will force the fifth-year player to miss significant time.. The Minnesota Twins, atop the AL Central with a slim one-game lead, made moves Tuesday to bolster their starting rotation and the back end of their bullpen.After acquiring All-Star closer Jorge Lopez earlier Tuesday, the Twins acquired right-handed starting pitcher Tyler Mahle from the Cincinnati Redsin exchange for hitting prospects Christian Strand-Encarnacion and Spencer Steer, and left-handed pitching prospect Steve Hajjar.Mahle, 27, is 5-7 with a 4.40 ERA in 19 starts this season and has 114 strikeouts and just 39 walks in 104 1/3 innings pitched.The 29-year-old Lopez is in the middle of a breakout season, with a sparkling 1.68 ERA and 19 of his 20 career saves.. The NFL Players Association and the league have until 9 a.m.. Hamilton joins former United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who joined the group as an investor last month.. A day after trading Trey Mancini to the Houston Astros, the Orioles are finalizing a trade to send closer Jorge Lopez to the Minnesota Twins, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.The Orioles will receive four minor league pitchers: left-hander Cade Povich, right-handed reliever Yennier Cano,right-hander Juan Nunez and left-hander Juan Rojas, sources tell ESPN.Lopez has 19 saves and is 4-6 with a 1.68 ERA.. The Atlanta Braves acquired Detroit Tigers outfielder Robbie Grossman late Monday night, the team announced, adding veteran depth to an already potent lineup.The defending World Series champions also were nearing a deal for Houston Astros right-hander Jake Odorizzi, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan, confirming multiple reports.Grossman, 32, was not in the lineup Monday night, when the Tigers lost 5-3 at the Minnesota Twins.. He is hitting .205 this season, with two home runs and 23 RBIs in 83 games.. He is hitting .205 this season with two home runs and 23 RBIs in 83 games.. The league, in a statement Monday, said it was determining its next steps.If an appeal is made, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell or his designee "will issue a written decision that will constitute full, final and complete disposition of the dispute,'' per terms of Article 46 in the league's collective...

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Harvey to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson suspensionLos Angeles Angels equal dubious MLB milestone with 7 home runs hit in losing causeLos Angeles Lakers, LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talksPhoenix Mercury, Connecticut Sun observe 42 seconds of silence for Brittney GrinerDetroit Tigers legend Miguel Cabrera uncertain if he'll play beyond this seasonLos Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says Matthew Stafford's elbow pain 'abnormal for a quarterback'Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James hold 'productive' contract extension talksLos Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw leaves start early because of low back painRare T-206 Honus Wagner baseball card sold for record $7.25 million in private saleFormer New Jersey Attorney General Peter C. Harvey selected to hear NFL's appeal of Deshaun Watson decisionAuburn Tigers QB T.J. Finley charged with attempting to elude policePac-12 players can profit off highlight videos posted to Twitter under NIL dealBoston Red Sox release outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr.Pittsburgh Steelers sign hold-in WR Diontae Johnson to contract extensionPhiladelphia Phillies release Didi Gregorius as Jean Segura returns from 60-day injured listBrittney Griner sentenced to nine years in Russian prisonSources: Pittsburgh Steelers, hold-in WR Diontae Johnson agree to two-year contract extensionRussian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney Griner, who says she 'never meant to break any law'Russian prosecutors request 9 1/2-year sentence for Brittney GrinerJuan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, which roughs up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debutJuan Soto 'pumped' to join stacked San Diego Padres lineup, who rough up Colorado Rockies in slugger's debutLos Angeles Dodgers honoring Vin Scully with commemorative patch on uniformsNew Orleans Saints' Trevor Penning kicked out of practice after third incident in three daysNFL appeals ruling that Deshaun Watson of Cleveland Browns should be suspended six gamesArizona Cardinals WR Marquise Brown charged with criminal speedingLB Anthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year dealAnthony Barr, Dallas Cowboys agree to one-year dealUConn Huskies women's basketball star Paige Bueckers to miss 2022-23 season after tearing ACLDirective to lose games in 2019 by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross never made it to field, assistant saysPhil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 LIV golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA TourPhil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau among 11 golfers to file antitrust lawsuit against PGA Tour. "Not until after next year when my contract is done.. The Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday placed left-hander Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day injured list, a day after he left his start at San Francisco with lower back pain.Kershaw had an X-ray and an MRI on Friday, but manager Dave Roberts didn't know the results of the MRI prior to Los Angeles' game against San Diego.. "It was definitely exciting, just to be out there on an NFL roster, out there on an NFL team playing with other NFL players," Walker said.. "Right now we don't know.. I don't think about next year.. Offensively, it just didn't work out.. He was hitting .275 with six home runs and 19 RBIs at the time of his injury.. "We don't have time for that," Allen said.. It'll be addressed and we'll move forward.. BEREA, Ohio -- The NFL on Wednesday appealed the six-game suspension for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, seeking a tougher penalty under the league's personal conduct policy in the wake ofdisciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson's ruling Monday.In a statement, the league said it notified the NFL Players Association that it would appeal and then filed its brief Wednesday afternoon.The league said NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will determine who will hear the appeal.. "That's how I think this game is right.

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