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Rodgers, teary-eyed as he talked about the comeback for the ages, explained that, yes, he has a knee injury but, no, he didn't let it stop him from returning to the game on Sunday night. "I know Aaron wants to play and is driven to play, but that's all I have right now". If McCarthy and Philbin schemed up too many half-field reads or predetermined plays, they'd be limiting the talent and big-play potential of one of the greatest to ever play the game.
  • Game, set, match: Serena Williams labels ref a 'thief' at US Open

    Game, set, match: Serena Williams labels ref a 'thief' at US Open

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    Williams' incendiary post-match press conference, where she accused Ramos of sexism, sent the outrage machine into overdrive. While the debate over Serena Williams's behaviour during the women's final of the US Open continues, touching images of the tennis star and Naomi Osaka have flooded the net.
  • Arizona DPS head Milstead defends tweet criticizing Nike, Kaepernick ad

    Arizona DPS head Milstead defends tweet criticizing Nike, Kaepernick ad

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    According to Business Insider , Robinhood's app data scientist Sahill Podar said, "Investors on Robinhood are buying Nike stock 300 percent more than they're selling, compared to 12 percent last week". President Trump, who has repeatedly criticized NFL players for kneeling in protest during the national anthem, said Nike was getting "killed" in the wake of the campaign.
  • Zidane: I am sure I will coach again before long

    Zidane: I am sure I will coach again before long

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    Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona, has declared interest to replace Jose Mourinho as the club's manager. Cantona, who wrote his name into United folklore under Sir Alex Ferguson in the 1990s, nevertheless admitted to being a fan of the former Chelsea boss.
  • Millman's shocking bullying claim after dream US Open

    Millman's shocking bullying claim after dream US Open

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    Despite the straight-sets scoreline, Djokovic admitted he needed to dig deep to keep Millman at bay and eventually prevail after two hours and 49 minutes. He spent it with his shirt off so he could cool down. Djokovic ensured there was a somewhat more routine feel to proceedings on this occasion, although Millman certainly made the 13-time grand slam champion work hard for a 6-3 6-4 6-4 victory that took two hours, 48 minutes on another humid NY night.
  • Ex-Cowboys Running Back Joseph Randle Arrested for Alleged Rape

    Ex-Cowboys Running Back Joseph Randle Arrested for Alleged Rape

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    According to his presentencing report in that case, Randle has been convicted in Sedgwick County of aggravated burglary, aggravated battery, criminal threat, possession of marijuana, interference with law enforcement, disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property.
  • Colin Kaepernick Lauds Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson For Continuing Anthem Protests

    Colin Kaepernick Lauds Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson For Continuing Anthem Protests

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    Kaepernick, who first kneeled during the U.S. national anthem in 2016 and has not played since January 2017, took to social media to hail the Dolphins duo for their bravery. Hours before Kaepernick submitted his Thank You tweet , Donald Trump jumped onto the platform to remind folks of his stance. The sports apparel giant has unveiled its first TV ad in the campaign, narrated by Kaepernick and scheduled to air during major sporting events.
  • Khalil Mack immediately made the Raiders look dumb in his Bears debut

    Khalil Mack immediately made the Raiders look dumb in his Bears debut

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    Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers is fully healthy after playing in just seven games last season. Burks was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury sustained last month before the Packers' third preseason game in Oakland. Bears - 17 Packers - 0. There's literally nothing the Packers pivot can do when the team takes the opening drive for a score, which teams did in four of those six starts.
  • Eagles' defense came to the rescue in opener

    Eagles' defense came to the rescue in opener

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    Brady was asked about Nick Foles' 15-yard catch from wide receiver Nelson Agholor . Eagles coach Doug Pederson says he expects both a great atmosphere and a great opponent. Jones only had three TD catches last season. Wentz did various drills and looked sharp as he wore a brace on his left knee. It should come as no surprise that FiveThirtyEight's projections expect big things from the Patriots , who lost to the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.
  • Novak Djokovic leads US Open final

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    Open championship. Djokovic, meanwhile, claimed his second major of the year after winning Wimbledon in July and draws level on Pete Sampras with 14 career successes as a result. A costly double-fault from Del Potro - his first of the match - and a series of errors saw Djokovic move one game away from victory and after three hours and 16 minutes he completed the job with an unstoppable overhead smash and then lying flat on his back on the court in celebration.
  • Trump tweets disapproval of National Football League before season openers

    Trump tweets disapproval of National Football League before season openers

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    The reports, which said the man was protesting Nike's new ad campaign featuring Kaepernick , was carried on at least two false news sites, one made to look like USA Today , and the other Fox News . "I think Nike is trying to get out ahead of it and trying to do something special and I think they've done that", Woods said. President Donald Trump , a frequent critic of National Football League players who kneel during the anthem, criticized the apparel company on Twitter on ...
  • Rafael Nadal reveals Dominic Thiem ‘sadness’ at US Open

    Rafael Nadal reveals Dominic Thiem ‘sadness’ at US Open

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    The win was sealed when Thiem missed a hard overhead smash long, and Nadal looked to the sky, equal parts overjoyed and relieved. Nadal climbed over the net to hug his opponent, then whisper an apology and words of encouragement. Tuesday's first set between No. 1 Rafael Nadal and No. 9 Dominic Thiem was a stunner. It took a while for Nadal to figure out what was wrong and become Thiem's equal in entertaining, body-punishing baseline exchanges that inspired loud gasps from spectators.
  • EPL: Pogba hints on next club if he leaves Man United

    EPL: Pogba hints on next club if he leaves Man United

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    Mourinho knows that any real dip in form could lead to his sacking, whilst United won't want to miss out on Zidane deciding to return and joining another club. "I'm very surprised if they have offered him a five-year contract in all honesty", he told talkSPORT . "He should be there, but he is doing magic with that other club".
  • Justin Rose leads BMW Championship

    Justin Rose leads BMW Championship

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    Everything else felt that way Thursday in the BMW Championship, where Woods had his lowest score in an opening round in almost 20 years and his best score on the PGA Tour since his last victory more than five years ago. Schauffele has been considered one of the odd men out in the Ryder Cup discussion, with captain Jim Furyk expected to pick Tony Finau when he announces the 12 and final spot Monday morning.
  • Keys to face Osaka in U.S. Open semis; Nishikori beats Cilic

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    Keys had the edge over her Spanish rival Suarez Navarro, breaking just once in each set to win 6-4, 6-3 in front of the adoring crowd on Arthur Ashe. With Nishikori defeating 2014 champ Marin Cilic 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-4 in a rematch of the final four years ago at Flushing Meadows, Osaka and Nishikori give Japan semifinalists in both men's and women's singles at the same Grand Slam tournament for the first time in tennis history.
  • Osaka faces 'surreal' U.S. Open final against idol Serena

    Osaka faces 'surreal' U.S. Open final against idol Serena

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    Stream every match at the US Open live on the FOX+ app and catch up on highlights of any action you've missed. Williams says it's hard to gauge just how close she is to her dominant best, but there's no question she's playing far and away above her number 26 world ranking and even the 17th seeding granted by US Open officials.