• Saints still looking for that flawless game

    Saints still looking for that flawless game

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    Saints rookie Alvin Kamara proved once again he's a force to be reckoned with by ground and air. - Jameis Winston will get a few weeks to rest his sore shoulder. 5 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Saints extended their winning streak to six when Drew Brees completed 81.2 percent of his passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-10 victory over reeling Tampa Bay on Sunday.
  • Texans haven't contacted Colin Kaepernick

    Texans haven't contacted Colin Kaepernick

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    Kaepernick , who spent the first six seasons of his career with the San Francisco 49ers , drew national attention last season for kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police brutality. With Sunday's loss to the hapless Colts , Houston is well out of playoff contention, underscoring just how important Watson has become after less than half a season with the team.
  • Lions travel to Lambeau Field to face Packers tonight

    Lions travel to Lambeau Field to face Packers tonight

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    Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay (hamstring) is inactive for Monday night's matchup with the Green Bay Packers . The game will begin at 8:30 p.m. Brett Hundley will start at quarterback for Green Bay. He's completed just 52.5 percent of his passes and has been sacked five times . Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford throws a pass Sunday , Nov.
  • 9 more terrorists killed in Marawi encounter

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    Ongoing clearing operations by government troops led to fierce fighting with the militants from early dawn to late afternoon Sunday which resulted in the deaths of the terrorists, said Brawner. He has provided combat and bomb-making training to allied groups in different areas, according to the military. Thousands of residents have been allowed to return to parts of the city away from the devastated lakeside area where troops are still searching for gunmen and clearing buildings of booby ...
  • Patriots are big favorites heading into Denver vs. Broncos

    Patriots are big favorites heading into Denver vs. Broncos

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    Osweiler, who guided the Broncos to an overtime win over the previously undefeated Patriots in his first National Football League start back in 2015, returned to Denver in September after one disastrous - yet highly lucrative - season in Houston and a brief stint with the Cleveland Browns.
  • Giants Could Bench Eli Manning

    Giants Could Bench Eli Manning

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    When asked if the quarterback spot was included in his considerations for possible changes, McAdoo made it clear that all positions will be evaluated. I want to be playing . It's hard to say whether McAdoo just didn't have a whole heck of a lot to say to his team at halftime or if he just didn't want to share it with the media.
  • Pirlo Announces Retirement From Football

    Pirlo Announces Retirement From Football

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    While Pirlo played his final seasons in the United States, he made his name by helping AC Milan and Juventus win a combined six Serie A titles, two Champions Leagues for Milan and, above all, the 2006 World Cup for Italy. There's goes the last of great - and we mean great - midfield saunterers. The 38-year-old came on as a late substitute in his side's 2-0 victory over Columbus Crew in the MLS play-offs but was unable to prevent City exiting the Eastern Conference semi-final on a ...
  • 'The Crown' Season Two: See Majestic New Trailer for Queen Elizabeth Drama

    'The Crown' Season Two: See Majestic New Trailer for Queen Elizabeth Drama

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    A new trailer for The Crown has arrived, giving an even deeper look at what's in store for Season 2. The trailer also offers a glimpse of Jodi Balfour's Jackie Kennedy, seen alongside Claire Foy's Queen Elizabeth II. "The question is, how on earth can you forgive yourself?" Now, Netflix has released a new trailer to give a sense of the drama. As the teaser comes to end, the Queen cryptically addresses someone out of shot: "There is no possibility of my forgiving you".
  • Ezekiel Elliott's Hearing Set For Thursday

    Ezekiel Elliott's Hearing Set For Thursday

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    Running back Ezekiel Elliott will play for the Cowboys on Sunday, just days after his request for a brief administrative stay was granted . That ruling means Elliott will play in the Cowboys' home game against the Chiefs on Sunday. If there is no ruling before Sunday, then Elliott continues to be eligible until it comes down. Elliott was not allowed to be at the team's training facility in Frisco, Tex., Wednesday or Thursday after U.S.
  • Alan Shearer tells Arsene Wenger to apologise to Raheem Sterling

    Alan Shearer tells Arsene Wenger to apologise to Raheem Sterling

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    Manchester City picked up their ninth Premier League win on the trot with yet another dynamic performance. "Overall once again the referee made the decision today". The penalty was not the only decision which angered Wenger however, with the Citizens closing the game out at 3-1 thanks to a goal which clearly looked offside, and replays proved there was in fact two players behind the last defender at the time the ball was played, including the receiver.
  • Best night of Knicks' season was Carmelo Anthony's most freakish

    Best night of Knicks' season was Carmelo Anthony's most freakish

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    The Thunder played more than 16 minutes without Melo, who was traded to the franchise prior to the season. I don't know. I wanted them to just officiate the game the right way, whether it was going with us or going with them - just officiate the game the right way, that was my point.
  • India outplay China to win women's hockey Asia Cup title

    India outplay China to win women's hockey Asia Cup title

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    Yesterday, the women's side beat China 5-4 via a shootout in Japan to qualify for next year's World Cup. The teams were locked 1-1 in regulation time and 4-4 after the shoot outs. A second penalty corner was again padded away by Savita. Yesterday, Rani scored twice while Monica, Lilima Minz and Navjot scored a goal each in the shootout.
  • Chelsea's Antonio Conte right to drop David Luiz - Ray Wilkins

    Chelsea's Antonio Conte right to drop David Luiz - Ray Wilkins

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    As for Luiz and the team selection, Conte explained: "It's only a tactical decision". "Tonight Morata had a good game and showed he is strong physically and has good technique", Conte said. The gamble paid off, as Christensen was superb in Chelsea's win that was clinched by an Alvaro Morata goal. It will have not gone unnoticed by Luiz that Conte raised both arms above his head to applaud Christensen eight minutes before half-time after the Dane had held off pressure from Marcus Rashford ...
  • Patrick Cantlay wins Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in three-man playoff

    Patrick Cantlay wins Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in three-man playoff

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    The 25-year-old has had much of his career to date hampered by a severe back injury but claimed his maiden PGA Tour triumph with a play-off victory at TPC Summerlin. Cejka and Kim were well short of the hole. And after Kim missed his putt for bogey, Cejka's par-saving attempt missed on the low side to leave the stage clear for former amateur world No 1 Cantlay to tap in for a memorable win, earning him a two-year exemption on Tour.