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Posted Date : 2014 October 01

  • The biggest hurdle in Green's return to Warriors
    Draymond Green returned to the floor for the Warriors Monday after nearly a month of "boring" rehab for a toe injury. It was a time that tested the All-Star's patience. More

  • Amari Cooper's wild game-winning catch vs. Eagles caps huge day for Cowboys WR
    Amari Cooper had himself a day in Dallas. The Cowboys receiver racked up 217 yards and three touchdowns on 10 catches as Dallas scored a huge win over their NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles. Cooper’s OT touchdown clinches win None of his plays was bigger than his last as he made a juggling catch on this pass tipped by Eagles cornerback Rasul Douglas for the game-winning score in overtime. More

  • Bears defense has another throwback performance as they obliterate the Rams
    At the end of the 1985 season, the Los Angeles Rams came to cold Solider Field for the NFC championship game. Everyone who tuned in to see the Bears and Rams square off in a battle of NFC division leaders saw the Chicago defense absolutely shut down what might be the best offense in the NFL. The Rams hadn’t scored less than 23 points in a game all season, and had scored less than 29 only once. Todd Gurley couldn’t get much going. More

  • The Buzzer: Stamkos gets 700th point with hat trick; Howard sensational in win
    Three stars Stamkos eclipsed the 700-point milestone in style on Monday as he scored a hat trick in a 6-3 win against the New York Rangers — the ninth of his career and first since 2014. Stamkos has 701 points now in 696 games (363 goals and 338 assists). He’s the first player from the 2008 NHL Draft to reach the 700-point plateau and third in franchise history to do so after Martin St. Louis and Vincent Lecavalier. More

  • Capitals hope for Oshie to return against Red Wings
    WASHINGTON - The Capitals might get a big piece of their offense back when they host the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. Forward T.J. Oshie hopes to return to the Washington lineup after missing the past 11 games with an upper-body injury. "I've been hoping to play for a week, so I'm hoping to play Tuesday," Oshie told NHL.com. More

  • Seahawks on brink of playoffs after 21-7 win over Vikings
    Bobby Wagner leaped over the line of scrimmage, swatted Dan Bailey's field goal attempt and sparked the Seattle Seahawks to two late touchdowns. Wagner's block midway through the fourth quarter was the catalyst in a 21-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night that pushed Seattle to the brink of a playoff berth. Chris Carson followed the blocked kick with a 2-yard TD run with 2:53 left, and Justin Coleman capped off the Seahawks' fourth straight victory with a 29-yard fumble return for a touchdown 18 seconds later. More

  • With game on the line, would you rather have Philip Rivers or Patrick Mahomes?
    The "Good Morning Football" crew debate if they would rather have Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers or Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. More

  • Patrick Mahomes slings no-look pass, upends entire game of football
    You already know Patrick Mahomes is like the love child of Tom Brady and Joe Montana. Yes, that’s a damn no-look pass on an NFL field. Mahomes caught Demarcus Robinson for a 17-yard gain on a drive that would end in a field goal to close out the first half of Kansas City’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. More

  • Report: Marlins, Mets, Yankees have discussed three-team trade involving J.T. Realmuto
    Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that the Marlins, Mets, and Yankees have had discussions about a three-team trade in which Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto would go to the Mets. It’s not known which other players were discussed in the deal, but Rosenthal notes that the Mets wouldn’t be willing to part with Noah Syndergaard if they are only getting Realmuto in return. More

  • NFL Power Rankings: What has happened to the Pittsburgh Steelers?
    With three weeks left, it’s far from guaranteed the Steelers will be one of the AFC’s six playoff teams. Figuring out this Steelers season is hard. When they blasted the Carolina Panthers 52-21 on Nov. 8, they looked like a legitimate Super Bowl contender. More

  • Jameis Winston gets involved in heated sideline discussion
    It hasn’t been an ideal kind of season for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Sunday was a microcosm of this entire flailing season. Up 11 points on the New Orleans Saints, the Bucs proceeded to give up 25 unanswered points and lose 28-14. Fox Sports cameras caught a Tampa Bay sideline fracas, as quarterback Jameis Winston and center Ryan Jensen engaged in a rather heated difference of opinion. More

  • Redskins QB Josh Johnson Replaces Mark Sanchez, Throws First Pass Since 2011
    The Redskins quarterback situation has deteriorated over the past four weeks, beginning with Alex Smith's broken tibia and fibula on Nov. 18. Backup QB Colt McCoy fractured his fibula two weeks later, ending his season. Former Jets signal caller Mark Sanchez earned the start, and while he avoided the injury bug, he also avoided the end zone, going 6-for-14 for 38 yards and two interceptions. More

  • Monday Night Football: Has Jason Witten ruined a US television institution?
    Jason Witten has been linked with a return to the Cowboys. The NFL has a multitude of problems: players committing off-the-field violence, the Oakland Raiders in general and, most worrying of all, the growing realization that the game is inherently dangerous to its participants’ long-term health. It was inevitable that there would be some growing pains over at MNF, as the show replaced the entire booth during the offseason. More

  • MLB Trade Rumors: Yankees to Meet With Manny Machado, Unwilling To Pay $300M
    Big name free agents such as Bryce Harper and Manny Machado are still on the market and expected to take home some of the largest paychecks in baseball history. The Mets and Mariners got started on the wheeling and dealing blockbuster deal for Robinson Cano and Edwin Diaz, a number of other notable players are hitting the free-agent market earlier than expected. Veterans like Wilmer Flores, Jonathan Schoop and Billy Hamilton were all non-tendered by their respective clubs. More

  • Grading Every Hire of 2018's College Football Head Coach Carousel
    College football has come to the busiest part of its calender that doesn’t immediately involve real football: Everyone is prepping for signing day, good teams are getting ready for bowl games, bad teams are hiring coaches, and some unlucky teams are getting More