Month: August 2018

MINNEAPOLIS — Three days after being arrested on probable cause in connection with domestic violence incident, wide receiver Cayleb Jones was released by the Minnesota Vikings on Friday during the first wave of roster cuts. Jones appeared Thursday in court, where he was formally charged with felony-level theft, misdemeanor domestic assault and a gross misdemeanor
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The World Boxing Super Series announced Friday that its second season of eight-man single-elimination tournaments will kick off Oct. 7 at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan, where secondary bantamweight world titlist Naoya Inoue will face former titlist Juan Carlos Payano in the quarterfinals of the 118-pound tournament in a previously announced pairing. In addition
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4:05 PM ET Adrian WojnarowskiESPN The Philadelphia 76ers have been granted permission to interview three front-office executives — Golden State‘s Larry Harris, Houston‘s Gersson Rosas and Utah‘s Justin Zanik — for the franchise’s vacant general manager job, league sources told ESPN. Sixers ownership is planning to start meeting with candidates next week, league sources said.
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PHILADELPHIA — The Eagles released quarterback Christian Hackenberg on Friday, a source confirmed to ESPN, as NFL teams trim their rosters to 53 players prior to Saturday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline. Philadelphia boasts one of the best quarterback situations in football with Carson Wentz, Nick Foles and Nate Sudfeld holding down the top three spots,
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Ross Dyer and Janusz Michallik dissect Manchester City’s demolition of Huddersfield and say the fixtures are kind for another extended winning run. Khaldoon Al Mubarak, the Manchester City chairman, has told ESPN FC the club “should win” the Champions League within the next 10 years after declaring the first decade of Sheikh Mansour’s ownership as
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