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Aqib Talib on Harry Douglas: He's a sorry player

Aqib Talib on Harry Douglas: He's a sorry player

The Titans sideline eventually got involved, and the two were broken up with Aqib being flagged for a personal foul in the process. Harris, who suffered a torn ACL in 2014, told reporters that Douglas' play has no place in the NFL. One snap later, Broncos corner Aqib Talib shoved Douglas in retaliation and the fight was on. Talib called Douglas a "sorry" player. The NFL needs to discipline him severely for his dirty hit, and we hope it does not just come in the form of a fine.



Penn State makes playoff case with 38-31 win over Wisconsin

Yes, the goal posts move from season to season. If that doesn't reset the confidence in your college football knowledge of what's going to happen, I don't know what will. The Badgers built a 28-14 halftime lead, scoring in a variety of ways, including linebacker Ryan Connelly's 12-yard fumble return after a bad snap from center from Penn State's shotgun formation.


Fowler to sign with rival Cardinals

Fowler to sign with rival Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals snapped centerfield Dexter Fowler up on the open market, and greatly increased their chances for victory during the next season. Fowler, 30, personified so numerous traits the Cardinals listed at the start of this offseason for the outfielder they wanted to acquire. He's leaving a huge void behind him as he departs the Cubs to join the Cardinals.


RG3 back in starting lineup for winless Browns

RG3 back in starting lineup for winless Browns

Cleveland has lost 23 of 24 and 31 of 34 since the end of 2014. "It's nothing that I force on anybody, but it speaks volumes to what we're going through here, too", he said. After the Browns punted, Jeremy Hill's 1-yard plunge capped Cincinnati's second possession to make it 13-0 - Nugent's extra point was blocked - and it became very clear the Bengals had not overlooked the Browns, who were coming off their bye week and were as healthy as they've been all season.


IPTL Season 3: Singapore ace Indians to retain title

IPTL Season 3: Singapore ace Indians to retain title

In the other match, Singapore Slammers beat UAE Royals 30-18. The star pair of Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza shone as it prevailed over Marcos Baghdatis and Kiki Bertens 6-5 in a tense deciding mixed doubles event to seal the issue in favour of Indian Aces .



Dolphins fear ACL injury for QB Ryan Tannehill

After leaving today's Dolphins-Cardinals game with a knee injury, quarterback Ryan Tannehill could be out for the rest of the year and possibly into next season. The Dolphins' backup is veteran Matt Moore . Moore has thrown just 16 passes in the last four seasons. The opponents combined for five first-quarter turnovers - the most in the National Football League this season - and six total in a first half that the Dolphins led 14-9.