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    Damar Hamlin received a raucous ovation from the fans at Highmark Stadium when he was shown on the big screen during Sunday’s playoff game between the Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals. The emotional moment happened late in the second quarter of Sunday’s contest. The Bills safety — making his first public appearance since suffering cardiac arrest during a game on Jan. 2 — was shown to the Buffalo crowd, which greeted him with a deafening roar. Hamlin, who was watching the game from a suite, waved his arms to encourage their cheering, then formed a heart with his hands — which has become a symbol of the Buffalo player’s recovery in tributes across the league. “What a scene,” said CBS analyst Tony Romo. “A beautiful, triumphant story that galvanized this entire nation,” added Romo’s colleague Jim Nantz. “And well beyond the football universe.” Watch above, via CBS. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    This week’s women’s college basketball schedule is loaded with must-watch games, including a chance for someone new to take control of the Big 12. Welcome back to FanSided’s weekly look around the women’s basketball world. Looking for some games to watch this upcoming week? We’ll be highlighting three of them that should be on your radar. Whether you’re a long-time viewer who’s just looking for a shortcut to see what you should watch or you’re just getting into the sport and want to know about compelling storylines, we have you covered. And at the end, I’ll include a short “other games to watch” section, if you want to take your basketball watching further. Let’s dig into the 11th week of the women’s college basketball season! All stats from Her Hoop Stats unless otherwise noted.Here are the women’s college basketball games you won’t want to miss this week:3. No. 6 Indiana @ No. 24 IllinoisWednesday, Jan. 18, 8:00 p.m. — B1G+ Illinois has been one of the best stories of the season. The Illini haven’t made an NCAA tournament appearance since...
    This week’s women’s college basketball schedule is loaded with must-watch games, including key battles for control of the Pac-12. Welcome back to FanSided’s weekly look around the women’s basketball world. Looking for some games to watch this upcoming week? We’ll be highlighting three of them that should be on your radar. Whether you’re a long-time viewer who’s just looking for a shortcut to see what you should watch or you’re just getting into the sport and want to know about compelling storylines, we have you covered. And at the end, I’ll include a short “other games to watch” section, if you want to take your basketball watching further. Let’s dig into the 10th week of the women’s college basketball season! All stats from Her Hoop Stats unless otherwise noted.Here are the women’s college basketball games you won’t want to miss this week:3. No. 2 Stanford @ No. 12 UCLAFriday, Jan. 13, 11:00 p.m.— Pac-12 Network There are some really good Pac-12 games this week … which happens when a conference has as many good teams as the Pac-12. Let’s start...
    The Chicago Bears will host the Minnesota Vikings in the regular-season finale Sunday at Soldier Field. The 12-4 Vikings clinched the NFC North on Dec. 17 but could seize the No. 2 seed in the NFC with a win and a San Francisco 49ers loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Meanwhile, the 3-13 Bears could avoid setting a team record for losses if they come out on top. As kickoff approaches, here’s our snapshot look at the game. 1. Pressing question Where will the Bears pick in the first round of the 2023 draft? Bears players are going to be focused on winning. But with Fields not playing, the focus for many fans will be how the Bears can land the highest draft pick possible. If the Bears lose to the Vikings and the 2-13-1 Houston Texans beat the Indianapolis Colts, the Bears would get the No. 1 pick in the 2023 draft. If the Bears and the Texans lose, the Texans will pick No. 1 and the Bears No. 2. And if the Bears win, they could drop to...
    The Chicago Bears will host the Minnesota Vikings in the regular-season finale Sunday at Soldier Field. The 12-4 Vikings clinched the NFC North on Dec. 17 but could seize the No. 2 seed in the NFC with a win and a San Francisco 49ers loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Meanwhile, the 3-13 Bears could avoid setting a team record for losses if they come out on top. As kickoff approaches, here’s our snapshot look at the game. 1. Pressing question Where will the Bears pick in the first round of the 2023 draft? Bears players are going to be focused on winning. But with Fields not playing, the focus for many fans will be how the Bears can land the highest draft pick possible. If the Bears lose to the Vikings and the 2-13-1 Houston Texans beat the Indianapolis Colts, the Bears would get the No. 1 pick in the 2023 draft. If the Bears and the Texans lose, the Texans will pick No. 1 and the Bears No. 2. And if the Bears win, they could drop to...
    Following a 35-32 home loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Chicago Bears will be back at Soldier Field on Sunday. Led by quarterback Justin Fields, they welcome the Detroit Lions to town, looking to build on their offensive momentum and the NFC Player of the Week performance Fields delivered last week. As kickoff approaches, here’s a snapshot look at Sunday’s game. 1. Pressing question What can Justin Fields do for an encore after his record-setting performance in Sunday’s loss? For starters, he can aim to pass for at least 200 yards, a total he has reached only once this season and five times in his career. Fields should have ample opportunity to let it fly Sunday, too, against a Lions defense that ranks last in the NFL in passing yards allowed per play (7.8) and 29th in passing yards allowed per game (268.5). For Fields to capitalize, he will have to remain alert and decisive and continue to retain his pocket presence. Fields also has made it clear he’s prioritizing sound decision-making, knowing when to take big-play shots and when...
    Getty Kirk Cousins of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates after the Wikings defeated the Washington Commanders 20-17 at FedExField on November 6, 2022 in Landover, Maryland. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) Minnesota Vikings signal caller Kirk Cousins seems like a pretty buttoned up guy, but every once in a while the quarterback is known to cut loose. The plane ride home after Sunday’s comeback victory over the Washington Commanders proved to be one such occasion, as Cousins ripped it up amid a group of smiling teammates, dancing shirtless with several chains draped around his neck. Fox Sports: NFL shared video of the raucous celebration via Twitter. Kirk (7-1) Cousins ???????? pic.twitter.com/La0nyMVY8j — FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) November 7, 2022 ESPN’s Kevin Seifert reported that Cousins also resurrected a classic Vikings’ victory mantra following the game. Seifert said that chants of, “You like that!” could be heard emanating from the locker room following the game.Vikings Victory Over Commanders Could Have Major Playoff Implications Read More From Heavy Get Coached Into the Best Shape of Your Life GettyWide receiver...
    For much of the NFL, the game Sunday between the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans at Soldier Field is an afterthought, a clash between two bottom-tier teams, each with new coaches and scrapping to make the steep climb back toward relevance. But there’s still plenty of intrigue folded in as the Bears look to improve to 2-1 under Matt Eberflus and determined to prove last week’s 17-point rivalry loss to the Green Bay Packers was a small speed bump in their growth process. Former Bears coach Lovie Smith, meanwhile, brings his Texans to Chicago with plenty of hunger after they tied the Indianapolis Colts in Week 1 and were edged 16-9 by the Denver Broncos on Sunday. As kickoff approaches, here’s our snapshot look at Sunday’s game. 1. Pressing question Can Luke Getsy find answers to stimulate the Bears’ passing attack? By now, you know the attention-grabbling numbers from last week’s loss to the Packers. The Bears attempted only 11 passes, completed seven and managed just 48 net passing yards. Through two weeks, they have an NFL-worst 153 passing yards....
    For much of the NFL, the game Sunday between the Chicago Bears and Houston Texans at Soldier Field is an afterthought, a clash between two bottom-tier teams, each with new coaches and scrapping to make the steep climb back toward relevance. But there’s still plenty of intrigue folded in as the Bears look to improve to 2-1 under Matt Eberflus and determined to prove last week’s 17-point rivalry loss to the Green Bay Packers was a small speed bump in their growth process. Former Bears coach Lovie Smith, meanwhile, brings his Texans to Chicago with plenty of hunger after they tied the Indianapolis Colts in Week 1 and were edged 16-9 by the Denver Broncos on Sunday. As kickoff approaches, here’s our snapshot look at Sunday’s game. 1. Pressing question Can Luke Getsy find answers to stimulate the Bears’ passing attack? By now, you know the attention-grabbling numbers from last week’s loss to the Packers. The Bears attempted only 11 passes, completed seven and managed just 48 net passing yards. Through two weeks, they have an NFL-worst 153 passing yards....
    1. Dolphins approach to Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson: Last season the Dolphins sent the house at Jackson with a variety of blitzes. They’ll likely pressure Jackson as much as possible again, but with Ravens left tackle Ja’Wuan James (Achilles) sidelined the blitzes might not be necessary. Dolphins edge rushers Melvin Ingram and Jaelan Phillips might be able to win matchups and get to Jackson. But you can bet the blitzes, probably primarily from safeties Jevon Holland and Brandon Jones, will still be there. Last season the Dolphins blitzed on 39.6% of downs, which was second in the NFL behind Tampa Bay’s 40.8%, according to Pro Football Reference. Last Sunday the Dolphins blitzed 27.3% of the time, tied for ninth in the league. By the way, Jackson mostly stayed in the pocket last Sunday, totaling 17 yards on six carries while attempting 30 passes (completing 17 for 213 yards, three touchdowns and one interception and a 98.3 passer rating). 2. Tua Tagovailoa quickly getting the ball in the hands of his playmakers: The Dolphins didn’t ask their third-year quarterback to throw...
    Officially, the Ravens’ training camp in Owings Mills ended Wednesday. In reality, well, that light at the end of the preseason tunnel is still pretty dim. “It feels like we’re in the middle of it,” outside linebacker Steven Means said with a grin Tuesday. The Ravens still have two games to play and two more roster cut-downs to figure out before their regular-season work can begin in earnest. On Sunday, they’ll face the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium, where they can extend their NFL-record preseason winning streak to 22 games. The nationally televised game will be light on stars, with both teams expected to rest several starters. That won’t rob the matchup of its intrigue, though. Here’s a key Raven to watch at each position. Quarterback: Tyler Huntley Lamar Jackson is sitting out Sunday’s game. So is Arizona starter Kyler Murray. Backup Colt McCoy missed the Cardinals’ preseason opener with arm soreness. All of which sets up an intriguing possibility: Huntley and Trace McSorley, who battled in Ravens training camp last summer, facing off as starters. Huntley impressed in...
    MLB all-time hits leader Pete Rose told a profane anecdote about a “cock-high fastball” in a bizarre, profane and rambling broadcast booth cameo on Sunday. Rose, who played for the Philadelphia Philliets between 1979 and 1983, made an appearance in the NBC Sports Philadelphia booth on Sunday during the Phillies home game against the Washington Nationals. Rose was on hand to take part in ceremonies honoring the 1980 Phillies, who won the World Series. Rose talked about catching a foul ball during Game 6 of the 1980 World Series where catcher Bob Boone dropped it but Rose caught it. Rose described Boone as slow like he was carrying a piano on his back. Rose said there was a saying “It’s okay to carry a piano on your back, but don’t stop the play [you] son of a bitch, okay.” “Just get around the bases,” said Rose, elaborating on the expression’s meaning. Recalling catching the foul ball, Rose said, “I had to watch out for the horseshit over there because the horses on the field.” “Is this an X-rated show?” asked...
    Jusuf Nurkic of the Portland Trail Blazers got into a confrontation with a fan and threw their phone during Sunday’s game against the Indiana Pacers. The Portland Trail Blazers entered Sunday on a three-game losing streak. That streak was extended by four after the team lost 129-98 to the Indiana Pacers. But one thing that is making headlines is the actions of Jusuf Nurkic. A video has surfaced of Nurkic confronting an Indiana Pacers fan, where he grabbed the individuals phone and threw it before being separated by a security guard. Jusuf Nurkic takes Pacers fans phone and throws it. pic.twitter.com/KafdHuCSqa — Setting The ????️ace???????? (@SettingThePace3) March 21, 2022 As for what was said, the man claiming to be the security guard in the video said on Instagram that the fan called Nurkic “trash” from across the court. That was when Nurkic confronted the fan after the game. Backstory: pic.twitter.com/Vk0PGy9jef — Barstool Indy (@barstoolindy) March 21, 2022 Jusuf Nurkic tosses fan’s phone during confrontation Nurkic was not in uniform on Sunday, as he has been sidelined since Feb. 23...
    BOSTON (CBS) — New England may not be in the big game this year, but Boston will be represented on Super Bowl Sunday- in the commercials. A game day ad features a new brew from Sam Adams, the Boston Dynamics robots and, of course, “Your Cousin From Boston.” READ MORE: Gunman Found Dead After 'Hundreds' Of Rounds Fired At Providence Police During StandoffIn a 60-second version of the advertisement, “Spot” the robot dog grabs and chugs a beer before partying with his other robotic pals. “Yes, those are actual robots drinking and dancing inside the world-famous Boston Dynamics innovation lab (no CGI or special effects),” a press release from Sam Adams explains. READ MORE: 1 Dead, 1 In Serious Condition After Abington House FireBoston Dynamics, now owned by Hyundai, has showcased over the years how its robots can do backflips, open doors, give health care workers a hand, enforce social distancing rules and “parkour.” The ad will be broadcast in 13 markets, and stream nationally on Yahoo and Verizon. MORE NEWS: Near Record Warm Temperatures Expected Saturday Followed By Arctic...
    The Chicago Bears will close their season Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, facing the Minnesota Vikings in a game that has no playoff implications. The Bears are hoping to finish the year on a three-game winning streak but head into the weekend as 5½-point underdogs against a Vikings team that beat them 17-9 three weeks ago. With kickoff of Sunday’s game nearing, here’s a snapshot look at the matchup. Chicago Bears (6-10) at Minnesota Vikings (7-9) Kickoff: Noon Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. TV and radio: FOX-32, WBBM-AM 780, WCFS-FM 105.9, WRTO-AM 1200 (Spanish). The line: Vikings by 5½. Over/under: 44½. 1. Pressing question Is this the end of the road for Bears coach Matt Nagy? Probably. It’s hard to find anyone in the league who isn’t expecting Nagy to be fired after Sunday’s game. Which likely leaves Nagy to follow the paths of his two predecessors, John Fox and Marc Trestman, who each ended their tenures as Bears coach in Minneapolis. Nagy is 34-30 during the...
    NFL star Antonio Brown smuggled the influencer who went viral for licking a toilet seat into his hotel room for a steamy romp the night before he stormed off the field during a game, DailyMail.com can reveal. Brown, 33, snuck glamorous lingerie blogger Ava Louise, 23, into the Westin in Jersey City, New Jersey last Saturday in defiance of the NFL's Covid rules – and filmed a series of pornographic videos during the romp. Blonde Louise, who shot to fame in 2020 after she filmed herself licking a toilet seat in a bid to catch Covid, told DailyMail.com she spent an hour with the wide receiver and snuck past security to join Brown for the sex session. The 23-year-old said he had wanted her to spend the night with him but she initially declined after discovering she would have to be smuggled out of his room ahead of his 7am meeting with Tom Brady. Wide receiver Antonio Brown, 33, was kicked off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after a bizarre, shirtless exit from the field during his team's game against the...
    BOSTON (CBS) — When the Patriots and the Bills got together a few weeks ago in Buffalo, it was one of the most unique and unforgettable football games of the season. Now they’ll meet again at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, with the AFC East on the line. New England’s Week 15 loss in Indianapolis opened the door for Buffalo to win the AFC East — a door the Patriots can pretty much slam shut with a win on Sunday. But if the Pats let the Bills even the season series, Buffalo will then have the inside track to win the division. If the Patriots lose Sunday, they’ll have to beat the Jags and the Dolphins (winners of six straight at the moment) to close out the regular season and hope that Buffalo loses to either the Falcons or the Jets (both at home) in order to claim the division. New England’s best path to an AFC East crown is to win this weekend. They would then claim the division with a Miami loss to the Saints on Monday night, or...
    More On: 2020 olympics Silver medalist raises arms in Olympic protest Team Israel’s baseball team apologizes for ‘mischievous’ bed prank Italian is now the ‘fastest man alive’ in Olympics stunner Belarusian sprinter ‘won’t return home’ after being forced to airport amid Olympics controversy The US women’s national soccer team will be playing for a medal in Tokyo at the end of the 2020 Olympics. In the wee hours of Monday morning, we will find out if it’s gold or bronze. The USWNT’s semifinal matchup against Canada will headline another exciting day of action for the American athletes, though you’ll have to get up early to watch – both the soccer game and a number of gymnastics medals should be decided before 7 AM. There’s also baseball, track and field and a number of other exciting events on the docket for Team USA on the Tokyo Olympics’ 10th day. Here are the major Olympic events that will take place on Monday, August 2: Women’s soccer semifinals, USWNT vs. Canada: 4:00 AM, USA Network Pre-load your coffee maker tonight for this...
    Getty Images Vitor Benite of Brazil. Germany takes on Brazil with a spot in the Tokyo Olympics on the line on Sunday in Croatia.Note: Heavy may earn an affiliate commission if you sign up via a link on this pageIn the United States, the game (1:30 p.m. ET start time) won’t be on TV anywhere, but anyone in the US can watch Brazil vs Germany live on ESPN+ right here: Watch on ESPN+ ESPN+ will also have the other three FIBA Olympic qualifying finals on Sunday. It also includes dozens of other live sports, every 30-for-30 documentary, and additional original content (both video and written) all for $5.99 per month. Or, if you also want Disney+ and Hulu, you can get all three for $13.99 per month, which works out to about 31 percent savings: Get the ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu Bundle Once signed up for ESPN+, you can watch Brazil vs Germany live on the ESPN app on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Fire Stick, Apple TV, Chromecast, PlayStation 4 or 5, Xbox One...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — While you were out brunching and sipping mimosas, living the good life — Phillies manager Joe Girardi was experiencing a horrendous Sunday afternoon. The Phillies rally fell short in a 10-8 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays Sunday afternoon. CBS3’s Pat Gallen breaks down how Joe Girardi’s Sunday went: READ MORE: Tax Refunds Delayed As May 17 Filing Deadline Arrives Phillies down to 10 healthy players, Girardi loses his backup catcher Andrew Knapp 20 minutes before the game. Rafael Marchan, the third-string catcher, is now the starter. Starting pitcher Chase Anderson gives up seven runs on eight hits in 1.1 innings — the bullpen is responsible for the final 20 outs. Now down to nine players, outfielder Scott Kingery, who should not be near the major league roster and is hitting .053, starts in right field for banged-up Bryce Harper — but leaves the game due to “dizziness.” Girardi has no choice but to insert Harper in right field, despite his balky shoulder. Following a comedy of errors of the weekend by second basemen Jean Segura,...
    The Giants will play in front of fans for the first time in nearly 12 months Sunday when they open the gates at Scottsdale Stadium to host the Angels. The club only sold between 750-1,000 tickets for each spring training home game, but with the stadium expected to be close to 10% of its traditional capacity, the Giants hope to have a gauge of how to operate and safely conduct business inside Oracle Park when the team is eventually given clearance to allow a limited number of fans at 2021 regular season games. With COVID-19 vaccine supply increasing and positive case numbers flatlining and decreasing throughout the Bay Area, the Giants are still optimistic about the possibility of hosting fans as soon as April 9, which is the team’s scheduled home opener against the Colorado Rockies. For now, there’s plenty of work to accomplish in Scottsdale to prepare for a 162-game grind, and it begins Sunday. Here’s a look at what to watch for when the Giants play the Angels. Lineups: Giants manager Gabe Kapler rattled...
    If there’s a fan base that doesn’t know how to handle defeat (or victory for that matter, but that’s a story for another time) it’s Eagles fans. Another example of this unbrotherly phenomenon was on display Sunday, as at least two Eagles fans decided to take out their frustrations – the Eagles were losing to the Ravens – on a lone Ravens fan at Philly’s Lincoln Financial Field. WATCH: 1st game back in the stands for Philly scumbags and they are already fighting. Nature is healing. (Via ig:its_dyl_doe) pic.twitter.com/3QTf1pLBQN — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 18, 2020 Lincoln Financial had been a very peaceful place up until Sunday. Though, that’s largely because this was the first Sunday that fans were allowed back in the stadium. Full credit must be given to the Ravens fan who stood his ground and traded shots with his attackers before the fight was broken up. Similarly, on the field, the Ravens withstood a furious onslaught from the Eagles before time eventually ran out and Baltimore got their fifth win of the season, 30-28.
    PHILADELPHIA (WJZ) — Football fans will be able to watch the Baltimore Ravens and the Philadelphia Eagles face off at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday in person under new guidelines from the city of Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Eagles announced Tuesday that up to 7,500 people, including fans, players and coaches, will be able to attend Sunday’s game. Eagles season ticket holders who opted into the 2020 season can purchase tickets beginning Wednesday, with remaining tickets available to the general public at a later date, the team said. Welcome back, fans!#FlyEaglesFly — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 13, 2020 It’s not immediately clear if or how Ravens fans will be able to get tickets. Stay with WJZ on this developing story. To get breaking news alerts, download our app now!
    MONROE TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Are you ready for some football? The Philadelphia Eagles open the season Sunday in Washington. And even though fans can’t make the trip for the game because of COVID-19 restrictions, there will be a massive tailgate not too far away. The owner of Rhythm & Reels, a new drive-in theater in Monroe Township, plans to show the game on a giant, 40-foot screen. (credit: CBS3) “We are trying to have everybody have a designated area. You stay within your area, have some fun, if you go outside your area, we need to make sure that you have a mask on. You don’t want to wear it in your area, don’t wear it, but have some consideration for others,” Rocco Gallelli said. You can bring your own food and drinks, but there will also be concessions. A DJ will play during pre-game activities. Tickets are available online. Baja Beach in West Berlin, New Jersey has linked up with fan group Green Legion to host a socially distant tailgate party of their own. Public health officials in...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens open up their season at home Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, and while fans won’t be allowed in the stands, there are plenty of places in Baltimore to catch the game outside on the big screen. Nick’s Fish House said, every Sunday, it will have a big screen and multiple TV’s featuring the game. They say that reservations are “strongly suggested.” Silks Canton said it will also be showing the Ravens season opener against the Browns. On Thursday, the restaurant set up six TVs and outdoor speakers for the Texans/Chiefs game. Power Plant Live! is also hosting an “Ultimate Purple Gameday Experience” party. The event will feature food/beverages and live entertainment ahead of the Ravens showdown with the Browns. They say tables are going fastly at a “very limited” capacity. Light House Tavern in Caton and Mother’s in Federal Hill will also have watch parties. Mother’s is encouraging guests to reserve tables ahead of time. The Ravens kick off their season Sunday against the Cleveland Browns at M&T Bank Stadium. Gametime is slated...
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