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Denver QB Trevor Siemian Has Left Shoulder Sprain

Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian suffered a left shoulder sprain in the first quarter of Denver's 25-13 win over the Colts on Thursday night. Coach Vance Joseph said there is no timetable yet for Osweiler's return.

Lonzo Ball's Brothers Are Going Pro, Too ... In…

Their father, LaVar Ball, pulled LiAngelo and LaMelo out of their respective schools to get them ready for the NBA.

Female Employees Detail Experiences With Sexism…

Several current and former female ESPN employees have come forward to the Boston Globe with allegations of sexism at the network.

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Report: Cardinals Place RB Adrian Peterson on IR…

The Arizona Cardinals have placed running back Arian Peterson on injured reserve due to a neck injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

FIFA suspends Brazilian soccer president Marco…

FIFA has suspended Brazilian soccer federation president Marco Polo del Nero for 90 days while he is under an ethics investigation

Five for Friday: Patriots-Steelers Clash…

Albert Breer gets you ready for Week 15 of the NFL season and breaks down the game of the week between the Patriots and Steelers.

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Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis Leaves Nets Game With…

The Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis left Thursday night's game against the Nets with a sore left knee and did not return.

Big baller: LeBron gets triple-double as Cavs…

LeBron James notches his 59th career triple-double as Cavs beat Lakers 121-112 for 16th win in 17 games.

Colts' Brandon Williams Carted Off Field With…

Colts tight end Brandon Williams was carted off the field with a head injury and will not return to Thursday night's matchup against the Broncos.

Oklahoma Running Back Rodney Anderson Will Not…

Cleveland County district attorney Greg Mashburn announced Thursday that no charges will be filed against Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson, who was accused of rape last week.

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Mike Jensen: Beyond the talent, Villanova is…

Teenage Sensation Christian Pulisic Wins U.S…

Christian Pulisic, 19, becomes the youngest player to be named U.S. Soccer Male Player of the Year, winning in a landslide vote.