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The Browns rallied from a 21-7 deficit in the fourth quarter to stun the Steelers, who blew their own chance to win it in OT when Chris Boswell's 42-yard field goal attempt sailed wide left. They've averaged almost 10 penalties a game over the course of their past five season openers. Taylor completed 15-of-40 passes for 197 yards one touchdown and one interception.
  • Memorable marathon opener for Dolphins against Titans

    Memorable marathon opener for Dolphins against Titans

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    Miami toppled the Tennessee Titans 27-20 in a marathon-like encounter for fans and players alike, which took seven hours, eight minutes to play, much longer than the typical three and a half hours. Jakeem Grant scored on a 102-yard kickoff return, Stills caught a 75-yard touchdown pass and Jones returned his second interception of the game 54 yards.
  • Tottenham's Harry Kane reacts to England defeat on Twitter

    Tottenham's Harry Kane reacts to England defeat on Twitter

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    Shearer, the Premier League's record goalscorer on 260, believes Rashford has the potential to become a top-class finisher but thinks that is nearly impossible under Jose Mourinho at United. Two minutes after taking the lead, England's defence was collectively caught ball-watching and Saul slotted home an equaliser. Rashford would have had a second ten minutes before the break but for a stunning reaction save from his Manchester United team-mate De Gea.
  • 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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    A new escalation came this month when Nike Inc. presented an advertisement in its new "Just Do It" campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick , the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who started the protest during the 2016 season. President Donald Trump pointed to historically low television ratings for the National Football League as protests during the us national anthem continued ahead of the first Sunday games of the season.
  • Australian Open director wants coaching rule 'sorted out'

    Australian Open director wants coaching rule 'sorted out'

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    The umpire initially handed Williams a coaching violation before docking her a point, and after the 36-year-old labelled Ramos a "thief", he docked her a game in a dramatic second set. "I've never cheated in my life", Williams said. Chair umpire Carlos Ramos managed to rob not one but two players in the women's U.S. Open final. "When a woman is emotional, she's "hysterical" and she's penalized for it", King tweeted.
  • Woods calls Nike Kaepernick ad a 'beautiful spot'

    Woods calls Nike Kaepernick ad a 'beautiful spot'

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    Even if it means sacrificing everything ", an image circulated with Kaepernick's face reads, as one of the brand materials for the campaign . Kaepernick, who triggered a political firestorm after kneeling during the US national anthem in 2016 to protest racial injustice, has not played in the NFL since early previous year.
  • Fall Guy: Man Utd Boss Jose Mourinho Suffers Embarrassing Tumble At Wembley

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    Pogba is a smart and intelligent guy off the pitch, so he knows precisely what he is doing, and the impact of it, when he speaks about his commitment, or otherwise, to United. Not good. The manager has them playing the wrong way for the fans. Zinedine Zidane's name has been linked as a possible replacement and the Mirror have published a list of of the four players the former Real Madrid coach wants brought in if he joins the club.
  • Serena Williams fined $17,000 for violations in U.S. Open final

    Serena Williams fined $17,000 for violations in U.S. Open final

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    She missed the U.S. Open previous year, because her daughter, Olympia, was born during the tournament. This should not happen. This was not the way it was supposed to go for Williams , 36, perhaps the greatest player her sport has seen, on a night that was supposed to be a celebration of her career and her comeback to the top of tennis a year after giving birth.
  • Former Cowboys RB Joseph Randle arrested on rape charge

    Former Cowboys RB Joseph Randle arrested on rape charge

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    Sports Illustrated confirmed that Randle is still being held at the Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office where he was booked early this morning. Joseph Randle has been in plenty of legal trouble since entering National Football League after a successful college career at Oklahoma State .
  • Novak Djokovic vs Juan Martin del Potro, US Open 2018 final

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    Add in the trophies he has earned at six Australian Opens, one French Open and four Wimbledons, most recently in July, and the 31-year-old Serb pulled even with Pete Sampras for the third-most majors among men, trailing only Roger Federer's 20 and Rafael Nadal's 17.
  • Eagles hold off Falcons to begin title defence

    Eagles hold off Falcons to begin title defence

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    We called it at the right time of the game. Ronald Darby prevented Julio Jones from making a catch in the left corner of the end zone on the last play. He had 10 receptions for 169 yards but didn't score. "I knew I would have a good day if I just stayed being myself and being the Jay Train", Ajayi said.
  • Despite Outrage, Nike Sales Increased 31% After Kaepernick Ad

    Despite Outrage, Nike Sales Increased 31% After Kaepernick Ad

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    It included the slogan: " Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything ". Woods also said that despite his longtime affiliation with the brand, he was unaware the Kaepernick campaign was on the way. Nike took this route as its biggest representatives, including National Basketball Association star LeBron James and tennis champ Serena Williams , have spoken out about police shootings of African-American men and problems facing the black community.
  • US Open 2018: Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem in epic quarter-final

    US Open 2018: Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem in epic quarter-final

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    Twenty-four hours after Roger Federer fell to John Millman , his old rival avoided following him out of the tournament, but only just, completing a 0-6 6-4 7-5 6-7 (4/7) 7-6 (7/5) victory at 2.03am United States time. Nadal moves to 8-3 all time against the Austrian to set up a semifinal match against No. 3 seed Juan Martín del Potro on Friday. And the 25-year-old, the only man to beat Nadal on clay for the last two seasons, set about showing his opponent he meant serious business in his ...
  • Jose Mourinho big admirer of Wolves star Ruben Neves

    Jose Mourinho big admirer of Wolves star Ruben Neves

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    The former Real boss is said to have a burning ambition to manage in the Premier League and he would relish the chance of managing the Manchester club. "It would be great for the fans, like it was with Alex Ferguson - he allowed players to be creative, treated them as individuals". Stories involving his agent Mino Raiola meeting other clubs have refused to go away, while Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has also said Pogba would be "welcome" at Camp Nou .
  • Tiger Woods off to insane start with season on the line

    Tiger Woods off to insane start with season on the line

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    The BMW Championship is the third of four season-ending tournaments which make up the FedEx Cup , with Bryson DeChambeau winning the first two. American Schauffele hit 17 greens in regulation and used a hot putter for a six-under-par 64 on the Aronimink course west of Philadelphia .
  • Keys into back-to-back US Open semis

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    Osaka will next face last year's beaten finalist Madison Keys , after the highest seed left in the tournament at 14 powered past Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro 6-4 6-3. Keys, who recently split from her coach David Taylor, is now consulting with several others, including former coach and 1998 US Open champion Lindsay Davenport, Ola Malmqvist the USTA head of women's player development, and US Fed Cup captain Kathy Rinaldi, with Davenport and Malmqvist taking the lead.
  • US Open 2018: Serena Williams final 'a dream' - Naomi Osaka

    US Open 2018: Serena Williams final 'a dream' - Naomi Osaka

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    Osaka won 6-3, 6-2. When asked if she had any message to relay to her upcoming opponent, she giggled, "I love you". And therein lies the most hard task ahead for both Williams and her coach, to do what she was unable to do in 2015 and 2016: Shut out all the expectation and desire and outside noise and find the inner stillness and focus to execute her game plan as well as she has all tournament one more time .
  • The Eagles confirm they trolled Tom Brady with Philly Special 2.0

    The Eagles confirm they trolled Tom Brady with Philly Special 2.0

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    When you're down closer , obviously you can't throw over a defender anymore. Outside toward the pylon is good. "So, we were pleased with where [the plays were created to go]. The Falcons got the matchup they wanted after Ryan motioned Freeman out of the backfield, but the throw was off the mark. They were doing it all night (Jones was targeted 19 times and had 10 catches for 169 yards).
  • Djokovic beats Millman to reach US Open semifinals

    Djokovic beats Millman to reach US Open semifinals

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    But Djokovic composed himself to break again for 5-4 and this time made no mistake, moving through to the semi-finals for the 11th straight time he has competed here. Millman said: "It was a tricky one coming off". 'When he's on, he's definitely a top-5, top-10 player. Meanwhile, the women's draw at the 2018 US Open belongs to the lower seeds.
  • Patriots Prepare to Face Tough Texans Team

    Patriots Prepare to Face Tough Texans Team

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    The Texans defensive end has played just eight games over the past two seasons due to injury, having back surgery on a herniated disc in 2016 and then suffering a broken leg early a year ago. "But yeah, when I think of Tom, I think of situations like that". "I mean, this guy had beaten Alabama in a national championship game in front of 100,000 people on national television and nearly did it the year before".
  • Wembley Perfect Venue For My Debut As Spain Coach

    Wembley Perfect Venue For My Debut As Spain Coach

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    Luis Enrique believes his most pressing challenge as Spain coach is to evolve the team from the possession-focused identity, widely dubbed "tiki-taka", that saw them fail to breach a limited Russian Federation side and ultimately lose on penalties in the World Cup round of 16 despite enjoying 75 percent of the ball.
  • Djokovic, del Potro need no OT to advance to US Open final

    Djokovic, del Potro need no OT to advance to US Open final

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    Open, and Djokovic could tie Pete Sampras for third all-time with 14 if he wins his third in Flushing Meadows. Nadal's stamina and famous fitness have been put to the test on the sweltering Flushing Meadows hardcourts as he has logged almost 16 hours through five matches.
  • The Eagles ran the 'Philly Special' again and Twitter lost its mind

    The Eagles ran the 'Philly Special' again and Twitter lost its mind

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    The Eagles' offense line deserves credit for doing a good job of creating holes consistently for the running backs to get through. An offense that produced a mere 68 yards in the first half, for an average of 2.2 yards a play, sprang to life and 2018 Eagles looked somewhat like the 2017 Super Bowl champion Eagles in an ugly 18-12 victory over the Atlanta Falcons .
  • NC police department asks Nike protesters to ‘#DonateBeforeDestruction’

    NC police department asks Nike protesters to ‘#DonateBeforeDestruction’

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    The former San Francisco 49ers quarterback voices the ad, which calls for individuals to follow their dreams and ignore naysayers, according to ESPN and other news outlets. Meanwhile, Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL alleging that teams colluded to keep him out of the league. In May, NFL owners voted on a new national anthem policy, removing a requirement for players to be on the field for the anthem, and giving the players the option to stay in the locker room.
  • McIlroy misses out on 59 but still leads with Woods

    McIlroy misses out on 59 but still leads with Woods

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    Tiger was bogey-free through nine, sinking four birdies and eagling the par-5 16th, his seventh hole of the day. Woods birdied the first hole to get to seven under through 10 holes, then made five straight pars before feathering a wedge to inside a foot on No.
  • Donald Trump on Colin Kaepernick Ad: 'What Was Nike Thinking?'

    Donald Trump on Colin Kaepernick Ad: 'What Was Nike Thinking?'

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    The president of a private Christian college said Nike is stirring up controversy with its new Colin Kaepernick ad campaign and his school's athletic teams will not wear the company's apparel in response . "In their new ad campaign, we believe Nike executives are promoting an attitude of division and disrespect toward America", College of the Ozarks President Jerry C.
  • Nadal survives Thiem test to reach semis, Stephens ousted

    Nadal survives Thiem test to reach semis, Stephens ousted

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    Open tune-up in Montreal last month, said during her on-court interview. Stephens played the second set with the sun pounding down on her, and the announcers said that only three games all tournament had been won in the sun. Defending champion Sloane Stephens was dumped out in the quarter finals of the US Open , losing 2-6. "Whenever I have seen Juan maybe struggle in the heat or on TV and it looks like he's gassed out there, I can always relate".
  • Keys overpowers Navarro, reaches U.S. Open semis

    Keys overpowers Navarro, reaches U.S. Open semis

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    To win a title or even make a final in NY, where she and her sister Mari grew up learning tennis in a Haitian household with her father's parents and eating her mother's Japanese food, would speak to every part of Osaka's multicultural experience.
  • France, Germany to launch inaugural Nations League

    France, Germany to launch inaugural Nations League

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    The governing body insists it will shake up the global football landscape outside major tournaments, helping eliminate that miserable drudge of meaningless friendlies between World Cups and European Championships. This could mean fringe players are allowed to start for both teams such as Leroy Sane , who missed out on making the World Cup squad altogether this summer.
  • Are the Steelers a playoff team without Le'Veon Bell?

    Are the Steelers a playoff team without Le'Veon Bell?

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    And while that may seem like the franchise quarterback supporting the teammates in the locker room, the numbers support the words. Those comments made their way quickly to Bell, it appears. But at least let us know [you weren't coming]. Pittsburgh's holdout RB did not play in the season finale against the Browns a year ago, either. "Now that it's game time and you have $14 million looming out there and your team really wants you here, at this point we have Conner".
  • Mourinho hits out at Manchester United Superstar after Burnley win

    Mourinho hits out at Manchester United Superstar after Burnley win

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    Mourinho was embroiled in a close-season feud with United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward over transfer policy, and also criticised United star Paul Pogba for his lack of effort last season. "It is still too early". Asked if he sensed a determination within the camp to put things right, Mourinho told the club's official website: "I do".
  • Henderson agrees new 'long-term' Liverpool deal

    Henderson agrees new 'long-term' Liverpool deal

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    Out of contract at the end of the 2018/19 season, Liverpool are reported to have already made contact with the French midfielder's agent. "Lovren got to a Champions League final, a World Cup final, and he'll tell you he's one of the best defenders in the world".
  • Naomi Osaka reaches first Grand Slam quarter-final

    Naomi Osaka reaches first Grand Slam quarter-final

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    The Ukrainian had a small window to grab momentum but failed to cash in on her three break-point opportunities while trailing 4-1 in the second set and Osaka fought back before cruising through the final game. Nishikori allowed his advantage to slip, missing a break point that would have given him a 5-1 lead and then being pegged back to 4-4. "I really don't think it's that hot, sorry".
  • Serena powers past Pliskova

    Serena powers past Pliskova

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    Pliskova is asked about the muggy conditions and says that she's grateful she hasn't played any three-setters in NY, having advanced to the quarters without dropping a set. "I was thinking, 'I can play better.' So that was the good news". Williams already proved at Wimbledon that she is capable of the sort of dominant performances she has shown over the years, making all the way to the final at the All England Club before losing.
  • Federer and Kyrgios agree first set was key

    Federer and Kyrgios agree first set was key

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    The world No 2, a five-time victor in NY, maintained his ideal progress through the draw with a 6-4 6-1 7-5 victory in one hour and 44 minutes. It was a truly freakish moment of his press conference when one reporter repeatedly asked Kyrgios about his reported comment - only for the No.
  • Sharapova beaten by birthday girl Suarez Navarro in New York

    Sharapova beaten by birthday girl Suarez Navarro in New York

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    You've exclusively a dream. "She played really well". Sharapova became a household name when she won the 2004 Wimbledon title as a 17-year-old, going on to claim a career Grand Slam with victories at the Australian Open, French Open and US Open over the next 10 years.
  • US Open - Rafael Nadal vs Dominic Thiem Preview & Prediction

    US Open - Rafael Nadal vs Dominic Thiem Preview & Prediction

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    But there has to be one. In fact, Nadal never faced match point, and Thiem faced only one all night. However, Raonic who hails from Thornhill, Ont., sought treatment from a trainer for a hip issue before the start of the fifth set. Not only was Nadal two points from losing at 5-all in the closing tiebreaker, but he finished with fewer total points, 171-166. Thiem's wayward overhead smash handed the match to Nadal , who stood midcourt with his head thrown back and arms raised in ...
  • Del Potro beats Isner’s serve and the heat

    Del Potro beats Isner’s serve and the heat

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    Del Potro will face top-ranked Rafael Nadal or ninth-seed Dominic Thiem for a place in Sunday's (Monday NZT) title decider. Del Potro said: "I'm so happy to reach another semi-final in my favourite tournament that's very special to me.