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NFL Report Cards: Team-by-Team Grades for Week 2

Paradigms are meant to be shattered. The Seattle Seahawks were an A+ team after Week 1. This fit many preconceived notions about the reigning Super Bowl champions. Heading into a Week 2 road game against the San Diego Chargers, the Seahawks...Show More Summary

Bengals' Devon Still joins NFL Nation TV

Join us today at 1 p.m. ET, 10 a.m. PT for ESPN's NFL Nation TV's Spreecast episode No. 23 as Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still joins host Paul Gutierrez (San Francisco 49ers reporter), co-host Coley Harvey (Cincinnati...Show More Summary

Fantasy Football waiver wire: 5 running backs to target for Week 3

If you somehow have avoided the injury bug in Week 2, you should probably play the lotto. If not, here are some backs to help your fantasy team get through some tougher times. Whelp. Just like every season before this one, the injuries are piling up at the running back position. Show More Summary

Brandon Meriweather returns, says he’ll hit within rules

When Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather returned from a suspension last season, he said that he would “just play and whatever happens happens” when asked about altering his game to account for the league’s rules against hitting defenseless receivers in the head and neck. That approach didn’t quite work out for Meriweather this summer as he…

Report: Women's employment in prime-time TV 'plateaued' in 2013-2014

Though Julianna Margulies said in her Emmys acceptance speech that it's "a wonderful time for women on television," a report issued on Tuesday suggests that may not be the case. 

Should Denver Broncos Be Worried After Lackluster Defensive Effort in Week 2?

The Denver Broncos have an undefeated record at 2-0 after beating the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2 24-17. A win is a win, but the Broncos could have won by a larger margin against a clearly inferior opponent. Denver’s offense began with...Show More Summary

Brett Keisel: 'A lot of good guys' in the NFL

PITTSBURGH -- Recent player arrests and -- the NFL's response to ones related to domestic abuse and child abuse -- has led to an avalanche of criticism of the billion-dollar league. But Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel defended the...Show More Summary

Record-breaking Duke RB Shaun Wilson is this week's impact freshman

A school-record rushing effort definitely classifies as an impact performance. Saturday, Duke Blue Devils freshman running back Shaun Wilson had a tough act to follow after breaking into the open field and taking his first carry against...Show More Summary

Rate of fatal overdoses involving pain medications slows, CDC says

Fatal overdoses involving prescription painkillers have increased every year for more than a decade, but a government study has found for the first time that the rate is slowing.

Week 3 Fantasy Football Rankings: Position-by-Position Breakdown

After another wild and unpredictable week in the 2014 NFL regular season, it’s time to turn our attention to the Week 3 fantasy football rankings and the position-by-position breakdown. With many top stars struggling, unexpected names...Show More Summary

Hoyer showed trust with fourth-down toss

BEREA, Ohio -- One of Brian Hoyer's most important throws in the win over New Orleans on Sunday was to his third read, and to a receiver he had never thrown to on that particular play call. That came on the fourth-and-6 throw that kept...Show More Summary

Quotables: Keenan Allen calls out Richard Sherman, Adrian Peterson says he's 'not a child abuser'

Also, Vikings GM Rick Spielman defends his team's decision to reinstate its star running back. "He's not really a shutdown corner." - Keenan Allen, on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman Over the course of the offseason, defensive backs Patrick Peterson and Joe Haden called out Richard Sherman on his "best cornerback in the NFL" claim. Show More Summary

Champions League Win at Bayern Last Year Will Be Pivotal for Man City Success

Manchester City’s domestic dominance in recent years has seen them win two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and a League Cup—the result of huge investment and hard work by a club who in 2008 could only have dreamed of winning silverware. Show More Summary

'Good Morning America's' Lara Spencer talks flea market fun, finds

When she’s not co-anchoring “Good Morning America,” Lara Spencer can be found shopping at the Elephant’s Trunk Flea Market near her home in Connecticut. “It’s not about the money,” Spencer said of her passion for flea markets. “It’s about...

Bayern Munich vs. Manchester City: Keys to Victory in Champions League Game

Bayern Munich meet Manchester City for the fifth time in four seasons on Wednesday, the German and English league holders having drawn one another in the Champions League group stage on three occasions in the last four campaigns. The four previous matches have resulted in an even split, with two victories for each side. Show More Summary

Tom Brady is not interested in your social activism

It’s not hard to find an image of Tom Brady, whether it’s in his role as the quarterback of the Patriots or on one of his many advertising opportunities. But he said Monday he’s not interested in using his platform as an agent of social change. During an interview with WEEI, Brady did his best…

Can Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg Both Stay at Mercedes in 2015?

Not since the days of Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost has Formula One seen such a bitter rivalry between two team-mates. Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg started the year on good terms. Childhood friends and close neighbours in the principality...Show More Summary

Chuck Pagano: It “sure looked like” a penalty on key interception

The Colts faced a third-and-9 from the Eagles’ 22-yard line with just over five minutes left on Monday night, which seemed to leave them with at least a chance to kick a field goal and go up 30-20. They never got that chance. Andrew Luck’s pass to T.Y. Hilton wound up in the hands of…

World class winger set to sign £200,000-per-week contract at Chelsea

1 hour agoSports / Football : Soccerlens

World class winger set to sign £200,000-per-week contract at Chelsea - originally posted on Eden Hazard is set to sign a new £200,000-a-week contract at Chelsea that will make him the highest paid player at the club. Hazard, who joined from Lille in 2012 for a reported fee of £34m has scored 34 goals … Read More ? From - Football News

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