Today in Sports, September 24 - Washington ends Miami’s NCAA College Football-record home winning streak at 58
Lawn mowers and other equipment valued at around $100,000 have been stolen from a parking lot at Soldier Field, home to the Chicago Bears.
The San Francisco 49ers have given coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch multi-year contract extensions.
The Green Bay Packers are leaning heavily on their 13-man draft class as they prepare for their home opener Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Cornerback Jeff Okudah could make his Atlanta Falcons debut against his former team. Okudah is listed as questionable on the final injury report from the 2-0 Falcons before their game against Detroit Lions.
The Dallas Cowboys are carrying on without Trevon Diggs after the star cornerback’s season-ending knee injury.
The Los Angeles Rams will rely on second-year running back Kyren Williams as their starter after trading Cam Akers to the Minnesota Vikings in a deal finalized on Thursday.
Three games into the season and less than a year after making the playoffs for the first time since 2016, it’s time for the New York Giants to hit the panic button.
Andy Dalton will start for the Carolina Panthers at quarterback on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks after rookie Bryce Young was ruled out with a sprained ankle.
The Patriots have placed All-Pro punt returner Marcus Jones on injured reserve with a shoulder injury and signed Will Grier to their 53-man roster for use as their third emergency quarterback against the New York Jets.
Today in Sports, September 23 - Albert Pujols becomes fourth player in MLB history to hit 700 career HRs
Dealing with a team as talented as the San Francisco 49ers is difficult enough in the best of circumstances.
Christian McCaffrey scored a touchdown in his 12th straight game, Brock Purdy threw two TD passes and the San Francisco 49ers won their 13th straight regular season game, 30-12 over the New York Giants.
New York Giants star running back Saquon Barkley says he sustained a high ankle sprain late in the fourth quarter in the comeback win over the Arizona Cardinals.
The Detroit Lions will play the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at home in a matchup of teams with long playoff droughts.
The Cincinnati Bengals have started 0-2 for the second straight season and might be on the ropes with quarterback Joe Burrow still hampered by a calf strain he suffered early in training camp.
The Seattle Seahawks’ run defense was a big problem last season, but it’s much improved through two games this year.
The Dolphins opened the season with two road wins and will face the Denver Broncos on Sunday in their home opener.
The Arizona Cardinals have enjoyed some recent success against the Dallas Cowboys, winning six of the past seven meetings.
The Pittsburgh Steelers play the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday night at Allegiant Stadium. Las Vegas is a 2 1/2-point favorite according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers insist they aren’t listening to “noise” outside their locker rooms.
The Bengals aren’t panicking, even while facing the prospect of playing the Los Angeles Rams on Monday night without Joe Burrow.
The New Orleans Saints bring a 2-0 record into Lambeau Field as the Green Bay Packers hold their home opener Sunday.
Kevin O’Connell and Brandon Staley were close enough in 2020 as assistants with the Los Angeles Rams that their kids were homeschooled together during the pandemic.
The Browns are trying not to let Nick Chubb’s devastating knee injury derail their season. Cleveland had little time to regroup after Chubb, a four-time Pro Bowler, was hurt in Monday night’s loss at Pittsburgh.
The Tampa Buccaneers host the defending NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles in the only Week 3 matchup featuring unbeaten teams.
This weekend, the Seattle Seahawks will celebrate its history by honoring the team that brought the franchise its only Super Bowl championship 10 years ago.
San Francisco 49ers receiver Brandon Aiyuk will miss the game against the New York Giants with an injured shoulder.
Zach Wilson is not alone in having a tough time finding success against the New England Patriots’ defense.
Houston and Jacksonville have this much in common through two weeks: neither is thrilled with its offense.