Month: October 2019

Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff says absent defenseman Dustin Byfuglien has had ankle surgery and the team was not “directly involved” in the decision. The Jets also announced that forward Mark Letestu will be out at least six months because of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle. Cheveldayoff declined to discuss the team’s
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Wide receiver Josh Gordon is being released off injured reserve by the New England Patriots on Thursday, a source told ESPN’s Josina Anderson. Gordon had been playing through a left knee injury and was knocked out of the team’s Oct. 10 win over the New York Giants when he injured the knee while attempting to
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NCAA coordinator of football officials Rogers Redding will retire after this season after holding the position since 2011. Redding began his college officiating career in the Southwest Conference in 1988 and later served as coordinator of officials for the Southeastern Conference. He first moved into a national role in 2008 as the NCAA secretary-rules editor.
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Many kids grow up dreaming of playing in their favorite professional league, imagining one day jogging out of the tunnel for the Green Bay Packers, climbing the steps of the dugout in New York Yankees pinstripes or skating onto the ice for the Boston Bruins. Some might dream of another future, though: behind the microphone
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TOKYO — After two Rugby World Cup cycles of New Zealand dominance, rugby is ready for a fresh name to adorn the Webb Ellis Cup. Saturday’s World Cup final in Yokohama will throw up a clash of hemispheres, styles and backstories as England face South Africa in the ninth final of rugby’s biggest competition. Something
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