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Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Hits NFL Network

A former NFL Network employee has accused several former players and a former high-ranking network executive of sexual harassment, according to court documents obtained by Bloomberg.

No Players Will Be Suspended Following…

No Seahawks or Jaguars will be suspended after four players were flagged for personal fouls and two were ejected at the end of Sunday's game between the teams, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.

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Give and Go: What Does Kawhi Leonard's Return…

The Crossover’s Madelyn Burke, DeAntae Prince, and Rohan Nadkarni discuss what Kawhi Leonard's expected return to the lineup means for the Spurs' title hopes.

LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball Nearing Deal with…

LaMelo and LiAngelo Ball “are in serious discussions” to sign with Lithuanian club BC Prienai, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Jonthan Givony report.

TOP 25 THIS WEEK: Villanova ready for burden of…

Villanova returns to action Wednesday with the nation's top ranking

MLB ump Dale Scott retires rather than risk more…

Major League Baseball umpire Dale Scott tells The Associated Press he's retiring rather than risk another concussion

Report: Jerry Jones Tried to Delay Roger Goodell…

Before Roger Goodell agreed to his contract extension with the NFL owners, Jerry Jones offered up a resolution that would have tabled discussions about the deal for six months, Seth Wickersham of ESPN.com reports.

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Brady intercepted twice as Dolphins beat Pats…

Brady intercepted twice, Dolphins snap Patriots' eight-game winning streak

Eagles QB Carson Wentz Out With ACL Tear

Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback Carson Wentz has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the rest of the regular season and the postseason, coach Doug Pederson confirmed Monday.

Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson Transferring to…

Ole Miss quarterback Shea Patterson is planning to transfer to Michigan.

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Have Rockets Reached the Warriors' Level?

SI Now co-hosts Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta break down whether the Houston Rockets can compete with the Golden State Warriors for the Western Conference title.