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    Justin Fields felt better Wednesday than he did a week ago as he continues recovering from a separated left shoulder. But the Chicago Bears quarterback said he won’t fully know if he’s ready to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field until he gets through more practices. Fields again was limited at the first practice of the week, held inside the Walter Payton Center because of high winds in Lake Forest. In the portion of the practice open to the media, he ran through ball security drills holding the football with his left arm and threw several times on the move. Last week he said he felt pain handing the ball off and finishing his throws. He spoke before practice Wednesday but indicated he needs to get to a point at which he feels like he can be productive while playing through the discomfort. “There’s (only) a few people in this league that are quote-unquote 100% (in Week 13),” Fields said. “So I’m just going to go out there and if I feel like I can help...
    Justin Fields felt better Wednesday than he did a week ago as he continues his recovery from a separated left shoulder. But the Chicago Bears quarterback said he won’t fully know if he’s ready to play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field until he gets through more practices. Fields again was limited at the first Bears practice of the week, held inside the Walter Payton Center because of high winds in Lake Forest. In the portion of the practice open to the media, he ran through ball security drills holding the football with his left arm and threw several times on the move. Last week, he said he felt pain handing the ball off and finishing his throws. He spoke before practice Wednesday but indicated he needs to get to a point where he feels like he can be productive while playing through the discomfort. “There’s (only) a few people in this league that are quote-unquote 100% (in Week 13),” Fields said. “So I’m just going to go out there and if I feel like I can...
    The Chicago Bears on Sunday will play at MetLife Stadium for the second time this season, facing the New York Jets in East Rutherford, N.J. They lost to the Giants 20-12 in Week 4. The big question this week is the availability of quarterback Justin Fields — who suffered a separated left shoulder and torn ligament in Week 11 against the Atlanta Falcons. As the game approaches, our team of writers digs in to four key topics surrounding the 3-8 Bears. 1. Justin Fields’ shoulder injury is ________. Brad Biggs: An unfortunate development. The offense has been highly productive running the ball and — more importantly — scoring. The Bears averaged 29.5 points over the last five games, and while that has led to only one victory, who thought they would be putting up points like this? The Bears scored 30 offensive touchdowns last season and have 27 this year with six games remaining. Obviously the organization doesn’t want to expose Fields and his non-throwing shoulder to more injury, but the “shut Fields down” crowd has been overly dramatic. Fields...
    10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears followed a familiar path to defeat Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The offense focused on running the ball, as usual, and couldn’t come up with the plays needed with the game on the line, the defense couldn’t get a key stop at a critical juncture and special teams was good for another couple of hiccups in a 27-24 loss. 1. Just as Justin Fields reached for his left shoulder when he pulled himself off the turf in the game’s closing moments, he reached for it again 20 minutes later when the Bears put him on a cart outside the visitors locker room and took him to the X-ray room. Fields was in some pretty serious pain after the game, bringing into question whether he potentially will miss some time — the Bears play the next two weeks before hitting their Week 14 open date. It’s unlikely coach Matt Eberflus will offer an update on the quarterback until Wednesday. It’s obviously better that it’s Fields’ non-throwing shoulder, but even something such as...
    When Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields left the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday after a 27-24 loss to the Atlanta Falcons, he didn’t have much time to commiserate with teammates or catch up with family members that came to see him play an NFL game in his home state for the first time. He sat down on the back of a cart outside of the visitors locker room and rode away, rubbing his left shoulder on the way to a medical evaluation. Fields returned more than 20 minutes later and struggled to pull off his shirt as he discussed with safety Eddie Jackson the left shoulder injury he suffered on the Bears’ final drive. And when he spoke to reporters another 20 minutes after that, he seemed in obvious discomfort. “The pain right now is pretty bad,” Fields said. “But I’ll just take it day by day and see how it feels later in the week.” Much of the game felt like déjà vu to the Bears’ other losses during their four-game skid. A defensive performance that was not...
    Getty The Falcons sacked Justin Fields four times in their Week 11 win. The Chicago Bears dropped their fourth straight game, falling to the Atlanta Falcons, 27-24, Week 11. More bothersome than the outcome, however, was the potential injury to the left shoulder of quarterback Justin Fields. The second-year QB was sacked four times, and as the fourth quarter progressed, Fields looked increasingly hobbled. Per Adam Jahns of The Athletic, Fields immediately walked off the field after the game was over, clutching his left shoulder, avoiding the usual postgame handshakes. Jahns also shared video of Fields riding through the tunnels on a medical cart while clutching his left shoulder area. Bears QB Justin Fields carted off for further evaluation after the game. He’s still holding his left shoulder. pic.twitter.com/UOUfGL27LT — Adam Jahns (@adamjahns) November 20, 2022 Justin Fields May Have “Left AC Joint Sprain’ Headed for X-ray. Not expecting fracture but left AC joint sprain. https://t.co/HU5BhG3D8j — David J. Chao – ProFootballDoc (@ProFootballDoc) November 20, 2022 Read More From Heavy Get Coached Into the Best Shape of Your...
    The sequence was eerily familiar. Chicago Cubs prospect Alexander Canario awkwardly hit first base and went down hard during a Dominican Winter League game two weeks ago. The subsequent injury to the 22-year-old outfielder — a fractured left ankle and separated left shoulder — was reminiscent of how infield prospect Ed Howard’s season ended in mid-May. Howard awkwardly tried to avoid a tag on an errant throw to first base and landed in a heap beyond the bag. The Cubs’ 2020 first-round pick fractured his left hip on the play. Howard is rehabbing at the team’s complex in Mesa, Ariz., and the Cubs hope he will begin light baseball activities after Thanksgiving, vice president of player development Jared Banner said Monday at the general manager meetings. Canario also faces a lengthy recovery from his freak injury. He had surgery last week in Chicago on his ankle and will undergo another surgery this week on his shoulder. The procedure will be the second on Canario’s left shoulder; a torn labrum was repaired in November 2020 after he dislocated the shoulder while...
    One person was killed in an overnight crash on a busy Connecticut roadway. It happened around 10:05 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 on southbound I-91 in Middletown. A 2015 Volvo was traveling south of the Exit 21 on-ramp in the center lane of three lanes and a Ford F-350 was traveling adjacent to the Volvo, in the right lane, Connecticut State Police said. For an unknown reason, the driver of the F-350, a 51-year-old New York City man, lost control of the vehicle, it veered into the center lane, and collided with the right side of the Volvo, which was being operated by Rami Ghanem, age 47, of Cordova, Tennessee, according to police.  The F-350 then veered into the right lane, crossed into the right shoulder, and exited the right shoulder where it went down a grassy embankment, and came to an uncontrolled final rest at the bottom of the grassy embankment. police said. The operator of the F-350, Petrit Marku, age 51, of the Bronx, was transported to Middlesex Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said.  After the collision, the Volvo veered into the left lane, crossed...
    LEEDS talisman Rodrigo was taken off against Everton following a suspected broke dislocated shoulder which left him needing oxygen. The Brazilian collided with keeper Jordan Pickford before the half hour mark. And the knock was so painful Rodrigo was left in need of an oxygen mask before leaving the field. MORE TO FOLLOW Most read in SportWILL TO WIN Inspired Serena keeps US Open dream alive as she wins opening match in New YorkWILLIAMS VS KOVINIC Serena wins in New York to book second round spotBLAST FROM THE PLAST Why does Serena Williams wear plasters on her face when she plays?HOLO WORDS Paige Spiranac defends racy photos by bashing twerking hologram at VMAs
    Chicago Cubs prospect Brailyn Marquez’s journey to get back to the big leagues has hit another hurdle. Marquez underwent a surgical debridement on his left shoulder June 17, vice president of player development Jared Banner said Monday. Marquez is out for rest of the season. The Cubs expect him to make a full recovery. “It was something that has kind of been lingering for a while with both the throwing program and off the mound,” Banner said. “Ultimately it was something that we had to do.” The 23-year-old hasn’t pitched in a game since Sept. 27, 2020, when he made his MLB debut on the final day of the regular season and allowed five runs in ⅔ innings against the White Sox. This was expected to be an important year for Marquez, the Cubs’ former top pitching prospect. He needs work against hitters in game situations and to get back into the rhythm of a season. His last minor-league game came at High A in September 2019, and he has yet to pitch above High A in his seven-plus seasons...
    Chicago Cubs prospect Brailyn Márquez’s journey to get back to the big leagues has hit another hurdle. Márquez underwent a surgical debridement on his left shoulder June 17, vice president of player development Jared Banner said Monday. Márquez is out for rest of the season. The Cubs expect him to make a full recovery. “It was something that has kind of been lingering for a while with both the throwing program and off the mound,” Banner said. “Ultimately it was something that we had to do.” The 23-year-old hasn’t pitched in a game since Sept. 27, 2020, when he made his MLB debut on the final day of the regular season and allowed five runs in ⅔ innings against the White Sox. This was expected to be an important year for Márquez, the Cubs’ former top pitching prospect. He needs work against hitters in game situations and to get back into the rhythm of a season. His last minor-league game came at High A in September 2019, and he has yet to pitch above High A in his seven-plus seasons...
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    METAIRIE, La. (AP) — New Orleans Saints starting defensive end Marcus Davenport enters his fifth NFL season with just four fingers on his left hand. He appears to have accepted the partial loss of his pinky finger and ready to proceed with a career as a pass rusher that has shown considerable potential. Indeed, the 2018 first-round draft pick looked more amused than bothered when asked in the locker room on Wednesday why he appeared to be missing much of his pinky. “You’re looking at a nub,” Davenport said as he held his bandaged hand in front of him, allowing for closer examination. Davenport, who has not practiced during this week’s minicamp, has spent this offseason recuperating from right shoulder surgery and multiple offseason procedures on his pinky, which ultimately resulted in its partial removal. Davenport said he does not expect the amputation to adversely affect his pass rush ability. Recurring injuries and surgeries have left him with little and sometimes no mobility in the finger in recent years. And there is precedent for a defensive end playing...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Drew Rasmussen was placed on the 15-day injured list Wednesday because of a strained left hamstring. Rasmussen last pitched Friday at Minnesota, and the IL move with the 26-year-old right-hander was made retroactive to Sunday. Right-hander Ralph Garza Jr. was recalled from the taxi squad before Wednesday night’s game at the New York Yankees. “It is disappointing because Rass has been such a big part of our rotation. I think he felt it in his last inning of work against Minnesota,” Rays manager Kevin Cash said. “I’m very confident we’re doing the right thing and letting him rest it rather than try to push through it.” Rasmussen is 5-3 with a 3.41 ERA in 12 starts. He threw a bullpen session on Tuesday and still felt an issue Wednesday. Because Garza has a 3.27 ERA in 11 relief appearances this year. This was his third recall from the minors this season. Because of Rasmussen’s unavailability, Cash wasn’t sure who would start Thursday’s series finale. Catcher Mike Zunino, on the IL since Friday...
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Chicago Cubs placed pitcher Wade Miley on the injured list Saturday with a left shoulder strain, one day after the veteran was activated. Miley threw 30 of 42 pitches for strikes in three scoreless innings Friday night at Yankee Stadium. He was pulled after throwing a few warmup pitches to start the fourth. Miley said he was injured throwing a pitch to Josh Donaldson in the second inning of a 2-1, 13-inning loss to New York. “He’s dealing with some stuff,” Chicago manager David Ross said before Saturday’s game against the Yankees. “I think he’s pretty optimistic. We’ll see, give it some time to calm down. I think he’s a little sore today.” The 35-year-old Miley exited early Friday after not pitching since May 22 due to a strained left shoulder. He also missed the first month with left elbow inflammation before making his season debut May 10. The Cubs claimed Miley off waivers from the Reds on Nov. 5 and picked up his $10 million contract option two days later. He is 1-0 with...
    The health of the Chicago Cubs rotation is quickly becoming a concern. The Cubs placed right-hander Marcus Stroman on the 15-day injured list Friday, retroactive to Tuesday, with right shoulder inflammation. Stroman hasn’t felt right since returning from the COVID IL on May 19, according to manager David Ross. “The hope right now is that we can get him back as soon as possible,” Ross said. “When you get bumps and bruises, you’re not at 100%. It affects everybody’s performance.” It’s also unclear when right-hander Kyle Hendricks will make his next start. Hendricks is “dealing with some stuff,” Ross said Friday, which is why the Cubs have given him extra rest. Hendricks, who threw a bullpen Friday, hasn’t started since June 1. “He’ll pitch in the near future,” Ross said. “If Kyle didn’t have something going on, he’d pitch.” The Cubs were dealt another potential blow Friday night. Hours after he was activated from the IL, left-hander Wade Miley exited Friday’s 2-1 loss in 13 innings with left shoulder soreness. Miley felt something the shoulder on a pitch to Josh...
    The health of the Chicago Cubs rotation is quickly becoming a concern. The Cubs placed right-hander Marcus Stroman on the 15-day injured list Friday, retroactive to Tuesday, with right shoulder inflammation. Stroman hasn’t felt right since returning from the COVID IL on May 19, according to manager David Ross. “The hope right now is that we can get him back as soon as possible,” Ross said. “When you get bumps and bruises, you’re not at 100%. It affects everybody’s performance.” It’s also unclear when right-hander Kyle Hendricks will make his next start. Hendricks is “dealing with some stuff,” Ross said Friday, which is why the Cubs have given him extra rest. Hendricks, who threw a bullpen Friday, hasn’t started since June 1. “He’ll pitch in the near future,” Ross said. “If Kyle didn’t have something going on, he’d pitch.” The Cubs were dealt another potential blow Friday night. Hours after he was activated from the IL, left-hander Wade Miley exited Friday’s start with left shoulder soreness. Miley threw three scoreless innings against the Yankees, walking one and striking out two...
    Wade Miley’s return from the injured list was short lived. The veteran left-hander landed on the 15-day IL Sunday with a left shoulder strain. The move comes after just three starts for the Chicago Cubs after he was sidelined all of spring training with left elbow inflammation. Miley, 35, made one rehab start before his Cubs debut May 10. To replace him, the Cubs recalled right-hander Mark Leiter Jr. Miley expressed optimism to the Tribune Saturday when discussing his shoulder discomfort. He felt something during his last start May 22 but was able to pitch through it. Ultimately, the Cubs opted to let Miley fully heal on the IL rather than risk it lingering. “I don’t think it’s that big of a deal,” manager David Ross said of Miley’s injury. “He’ll be back soon. I’m not too worried.” Leiter can give the Cubs innings, which the pitching staff will need with two doubleheaders this week and no off days. Right-handed reliever Chris Martin went on the bereavement list before Sunday’s game and Triple-A outfield prospect Nelson Velázquez shared on Instagram...
    CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs placed left-hander Wade Miley on the 15-day injured list on Sunday with a left shoulder strain. Miley also missed the start of the season with left elbow inflammation. He is 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA in three starts in his first season with Chicago. The 35-year-old Miley hasn’t pitched since he worked six innings of three-run ball in a 5-4 victory over Arizona on May 22. The IL move was made retroactive to Thursday. “I don’t think it’s that big of a deal,” manager David Ross said. “I think he’ll be back soon. I’m not too worried.” Right-hander Mark Leiter Jr. was recalled from Triple-A Iowa. Leiter is 0-1 with a 6.57 ERA in five appearances with Chicago this year, including three starts. The Cubs also placed reliever Chris Martin on the bereavement list before their series finale against the crosstown White Sox. There was no corresponding move announced on Sunday. The absences of Miley and Martin put the Cubs in a particular bind with their upcoming schedule. They play doubleheaders on Monday against...
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Josh Donaldson was placed on the 10-day injured list by the New York Yankees on Friday due to right shoulder inflammation. New York made the move retroactive to May 24. The 36-year-old third baseman had been on the COVID-19 injured list and has not played since Sunday. Because the COVID-19 list does not count against the 40-man roster, the Yankees opened a roster spot by tranferring Chad Green to the 60-day injured list. Donaldson was sidelined by right shoulder inflammation while with Toronto from April 11 to May 3, 2018. In his first season with the Yankees, Donaldson is hitting .238 with five homers and 15 RBIs. He was suspended for one game by Major League Baseball for making multiple references to Jackie Robinson while talking to White Sox star Tim Anderson last weekend. Donaldson has appealed the penalty. New York already was missing designated hitter/outfielder Giancarlo Stanton (right calf strain), relievers Zack Britton (recovering from Tommy John surgery), Aroldis Chapman (left Achilles tendon) and Green (Tommy John surgery); pitchers Domingo Germán (right shoulder impingement),...
    BOSTON (AP) — For most of Game 1 of their second-round series opener against Milwaukee, the Celtics did pretty much everything they wanted to on the defensive end against Giannis Antetokounmpo. They blitzed him early with multiple defenders when he received the ball in the post and forced him into turnovers. They were physical when he drove inside, crowding the paint and obstructing his path to the rim. The Celtics just couldn’t overcome what Milwaukee collectively did to them when they had the ball. Boston produced its worst offensive performance of this postseason during its 101-89 loss to the Bucks on Sunday, shooting a playoff-low 33% (28 of 84) with just 21 assists and a playoff-high 18 turnovers. “That’s what they try to do, deterring you from driving to the basket,” Celtics coach Ime Udoka said. “And for the most part our decision-making wasn’t great.” Boston’s lowest field goal percentage of the regular season was 34.7% against the Clippers in late December. Including Sunday’s loss, the Celtics are now 0-9 this season when shooting less...
    EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan (WABC) -- Police are on the man behind a stabbing in Manhattan's East Village.Investigators say the attacker was captured on surveillance video as he got into an argument with a 35-year-old man.He then stabbed the victim multiple times and fled.It happened on Monday, April 18 at 5:50 p.m. inside Tompkins Square Park.The victim was hospitalized at Bellevue Hospital critical but stable condition. He had stab wounds to his left shoulder, right shoulder, chest, left arm, right forearm, left leg, left calf, and right leg.The attacker was seen walking northbound on Avenue A after the stabbing.Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).ALSO READ | Fire claims lives of FDNY firefighter, 1 other in BrooklynEMBED More News Videos Derick Waller reports the structural remains of the gutted two-story home are expected to be demolished later Monday. ----------* Get Eyewitness News Delivered * More Manhattan news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — New York Mets pitcher Taijuan Walker left his start Monday night against Philadelphia after two innings because of right shoulder irritation. Walker struck out four, walked none and threw 30 pitches, retiring all six batters before he left the game. David Peterson started the third inning. Walker went 7-11 with a 4.47 ERA last season, his first with the Mets. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Lu Dort, Oklahoma City’s No. 2 scorer, will miss the rest of the season after having surgery to address a cartilage tear in his left shoulder. Dort joins reserves Ty Jerome and Mike Muscala as Thunder players who had procedures on Tuesday, the team announced. Dort, a well-established defensive guard, stepped up his offensive game this season and averaged 17.2 points per contest. The team said he is expected to return to full basketball activities before next season. Muscala, a power forward and center, had procedures to repair his injured right ankle. The crowd favorite averaged 8.0 points in 43 games and shot 42.9% from 3-point range. He is expected to return to full basketball activities prior to the start of the 2022-23 season. Jerome, who plays guard and small forward, had surgery to repair a sports hernia. He averaged 7.1 points in 48 games. He is expected to return to full basketball activities in approximately eight weeks. The Thunder already were without starting point guard Josh Giddey (right hip) and don’t expect him...
    LUTHERVILLE Md. (WJZ) — A crash involving five cars has closed several lanes on the I-695 inner loop in Lutherville-Timonium. The crash happened around 4:40 p.m. according to the Maryland Department of Transportation’s CHART map. The crash happened before exit 25 at Charles Street in the southbound lanes. The two left traffic lanes, the left shoulder and the outer loop left shoulder are closed at this time. This is a developing story and will be updated.
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Bishop David Zubik is asking for prayers as he prepares for surgery. Bishop Zubik will undergo surgery today to repair a significant tear in his left shoulder. In a statement from the Pittsburgh Diocese, Zubik says his doctors tell him he won’t be able to use his left arm for six weeks. It will take Zubik about six to eight months to fully heal. With a history of back surgeries, Zubik joked that he is “well on the way to becoming a bionic Bishop.”
    Quarterback Nick Foles will try to lead the Chicago Bears to their first win in a month when he makes his first start of 2021 on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field. Here’s the latest Week 16 updates. Injury update Bears rookie left tackle Teven Jenkins left Sunday’s game in the first quarter with a shoulder injury. The Bears said he was questionable to return. Rookie Larry Borom took over at left tackle. Borom, who missed the previous game while on the reserve/COVID-19 list, had started the game on the bench as the Bears opted to start Germain Ifedi at right tackle. Inactives announced Bears quarterback Justin Fields will be inactive for Sunday afternoon’s game against the Seahawks. That means rookie quarterback Ryan Willis, who was elevated from the practice squad Saturday, will back up Nick Foles. Fields is sitting out with an ankle injury, while quarterback Andy Dalton will miss the game with a groin injury. Wide receiver/returner Jakeem Grant (concussion), cornerback Xavier Crawford (concussion) and offensive linemen Jason Peters (ankle)...
    Getty Jamal Adams suffered a shoulder injury against the 49ers. The Seattle Seahawks snapped a three-game losing streak on Sunday, December 5, by taking down the San Francisco 49ers 30-23. However, a key member of the defense suffered an injury and remains a potential question mark for the future. Safety Jamal Adams left the game against the 49ers after suffering a shoulder injury. He headed to the locker room for examination and returned to the sidelines in the third quarter wearing street clothes. Questions circulated about the severity of the injury, and head coach Pete Carroll was unable to provide many details following the game. “He sprained his shoulder today, the one that was operated on,” Carroll said during his postgame media availability. “I don’t know any updates other than that.” He added that he doesn’t know if Adams or the other players that suffered injuries will miss extensive time. Following Carroll’s comments, Adams’ teammates expressed concern for him during their respective postgame availabilities. Carlos Dunlap asked everyone to say a prayer for Adams while fellow safety Quandre...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Deebo Samuel ran for two touchdowns before leaving with an injury and Elijah Mitchell ran for 133 yards and a score, leading the San Francisco 49ers to a 34-26 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The matchup between two .500 teams fighting for wild-card spots was a highly entertaining one with six scores in the third quarter alone, including a 99-yard kickoff return score by Minnesota’s Kene Nwangwu. READ MORE: Hartman Scores In 3rd Straight; Wild Beat Lightning 4-2But the 49ers (6-5) made just enough plays, including a fourth-down stop near the goal line midway through the fourth quarter to win their third straight following a stretch of five losses in six games. Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 230 yards and a TD, but the Niners once again did more of their work on the ground with Samuel’s two scores making him the first receiver since the merger to run for five TDs in a season. Samuel had six carries for 66 yards and also caught one pass for 15 yards before leaving with a...
    SAN FRANCISCO — Stephen Curry gave the Warriors a scare early Monday night against Atlanta after starting the game on a flurry. After scoring the Warriors’ first 10 points, Curry appeared to tweak his left shoulder while navigating a screen midway through the first quarter. Curry received treatment and returned to the game, but the Warriors never regained their momentum from the opening minutes. Curry’s left arm got snagged while chasing Bogdan Bogdanovic around a screen set by Clint Capela around the 9 minute mark of the first quarter. Bogdanovic finished the play, Steve Kerr called timeout, and Curry made a beeline for Dr. Rick Celebrini and the Warriors training staff. Curry remained in the game but subbed out earlier than normal, at 6:38, and had his left shoulder wrapped in a bulky ice pack. He scored 10 before the bump on the screen and put up another five before coming out of the game as the Warriors attempted to keep pace with Trae Young and the Hawks. Related Articles Watch: Steph Curry’s son, Canon,...
    The essential 60s country playlist 27 Best Strategies To Get the Most Out of Your 401(k) © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield returned to the lineup against the Steelers in Week Eight after missing Week Seven with a left shoulder injury that is likely to require surgery at some point down the road. Mayfield was 20-of-31 for 225 yards, but the team lost 15-10 to their AFC North rivals. After the game, Mayfield said that the team “just didn’t make the plays we needed to,” but that his shoulder was not the reason for their inability to come out of the home game with a win. “I felt pretty comfortable from the beginning. No setbacks, so that was one positive,” Mayfield said, via 92.3 The Fan. Other small positives for the Browns on Sunday are that the Bengals suffered a shocking loss to the Bengals and that the Ravens had the day off, so they didn’t lose as much ground in the AFC North as they...
    Capitol riot testimony of former Trump Justice Dept official delayed Jurors who convicted Derek Chauvin in death of George Floyd discuss life-changing trial © Provided by Sports Illustrated The Browns quarterback reportedly has full range of motion in his shoulder and has his strength back despite a shoulder fracture and torn left labrum. View the original article to see embedded media.Browns coach Kevin Stefanski announced on Friday that Baker Mayfield will start against the Steelers on Sunday and added that functionally " he's 100%." The quarterback received medical clearance despite having a torn left labrum and a shoulder fracture. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who was the first to report the news, Mayfield has strength and full range of motion in his shoulder.  Rapoport had previously reported that Mayfield was expected to need surgery to repair the torn labrum in his left shoulder, but it was believed that it could be delayed until the offseason. Mayfield tore his labrum in Week 2 and re-injured his shoulder in the Browns' loss to the Cardinals after taking a hard hit from J.J. Watt....
    The 25 best films set in Los Angeles How to retire a millionaire © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield missed last Thursday’s win against the Broncos with a left shoulder injury that will likely require a surgical solution at some point, but he hopes to be able to wait to have that operation until the season is over. On Wednesday, Mayfield told reporters that he feels a “noticeable difference” in his shoulder after the extended time off and that no one has discussed shutting him down for the season at this point. Mayfield  said he will see what he’s able to do when the team practices later in the day and that it’s “absolutely” possible that he’s able to play against the Steelers. He added that he won’t play if he thinks he’d be hurting the team because he’s limited by the injury. Case Keenum started against Denver and would get the nod against Pittsburgh if Mayfield isn’t ready to go. Baker Mayfield feels “noticeable difference”...
    The Voice Season 21 Teams: Watch All of the Knockout Performances! 5 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Income Taxes © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad New Orleans Saints left guard Andrus Peat is questionable to return to Monday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks due to a shoulder injury sustained early in the second quarter. Peat remained down on the field after a carry from Alvin Kamara resulted in a big pile-up. Peat was taken to the injury tent on the sideline for several minutes before eventually heading into the locker room for further evaluation. Peat was replaced at left guard by Calvin Throckmorton for the remainder of the half. Throckmorton remained in the lineup to begin the third quarter for the Saints as well. The Saints had just seen the return of left tackle Terron Armstead and center Erik McCoy to the lineup this week after missing the last two games each. Andrus Peat questionable to return with shoulder injury for Saints originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Cam Newton. (Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports) Baker Mayfield could be sidelined for a chunk of time due to a fracture in his left shoulder. The Cleveland Browns should consider adding one of these three quarterbacks. The Cleveland Browns have not had the greatest luck when it comes to injuries. That was evident when looking at their injury report leading into their Week 7 matchup on Thursday against the Denver Broncos. Quarterback Baker Mayfield was already ruled out due to a left shoulder injury, a torn labrum that he suffered back in Week 2. But as it turns out, the injury is much worse than expected. On Thursday, Mayfield told FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer that a scan revealed he fractured the humerus bone in his left shoulder and that he needs it to heal before he can play again. With this update, it could very well mean that the Browns will be without Mayfield long-term. That is all dependent on how quickly the humerus bone heals. Now, the Browns front office should be looking at outside options to bring in, especially...
    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Jack Hughes, the No. 1 pick in the 2019 NHL draft, has a dislocated left shoulder and will be sidelined. The Devils made the announcement on Thursday, saying Hughes won’t need surgery at this time and has started physical therapy. The team didn’t say how long he would be out. Hughes was hurt on Tuesday night in a game against Seattle. He was ridden hard into the boards by Kraken defenseman Jeremy Lauzon shortly after New Jersey’s second goal and didn’t return. The team says Hughes will be re-evaluated next week. He was placed on injured reserve Thursday. Hughes scored two goals in the Devils season-opening win over the Chicago Blackhawks, including the game winner in overtime with a nifty backhand move. ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Dennis Buzukja details scary COVID-19 side effects that left him ‘slowly dying’ ahead of Ring of Combat title fight. Dennis Buzukja is gearing up to fight for a title at Ring of Combat on Saturday but that isn’t even close to the biggest fight he’s ever had. Over the course of the last year and a half, Buzukja has been battling with very serious COVID-19 side effects and a shoulder injury. Neither of which he says will keep him from fighting for his dream. “Before Contender Series, when I had my Ring of Combat title fight [February 29, 2020], I had gotten COVID but at the time we didn’t know what it was,” Buzukja told FanSided. “I just thought it was a really bad flu, I got really, really sick at the time. I needed an inhaler, couldn’t breathe. I almost went to the hospital. During training camp it was really bad, I lost 10 pounds in three days. I had all of the symptoms of COVID; lost my taste, smell, couldn’t breathe. They put me on antibiotics, I fought two...
    Gwen Stefani shares close-up photo of huge Blake Shelton bling, more celebs with multiple engagement rings 10 American cities where the houses are unbelievably cheap As the Cleveland Browns announced Baker Mayfield has officially been ruled out for Week 7 against the Denver Broncos, the starting quarterback also revealed his injured shoulder is worse off than previously reported. © Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield The 26-year-old gunslinger gave multiple indications he could start this Sunday despite aggravating a lingering shoulder injury in last week's 37-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. But reports Tuesday have indicated his left shoulder is more torn up than he previously indicated. #Browns Baker Mayfield revealed that the labrum in his left shoulder was completely torn from Week 2 when he first dislocated it. It was reported as partially torn. He added that after Sunday's Watt hit 'it's different.'— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) October 19, 2021 Mayfield still practiced earlier in the week but ultimately decided playing hurt would be detrimental to the team. "Only I know how my body feels,"...
    Baker Mayfield has been ruled out for Thursday Night Football with a torn labrum in his left shoulder.  The Cleveland Browns’ injury woes are racking up. After re-aggravating a left shoulder injury in Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals, the injury will force Baker Mayfield to miss the team’s next game. A short week, with Cleveland welcoming the Denver Broncos to town on Thursday night football, was not enough time for the swelling and pain management methods. There are reports circling that Mayfield has completely torn his labrum in his left shoulder. The labrum is a thick piece of tissue that essentially keeps the shoulder in place. The original injury, suffered when Mayfield attempted a tackle, saw his shoulder pop out of the socket.  In Week 6’s loss to the Cardinals, Mayfield fell with his left arm fully extended, which is again a very traditional way of tearing a labrum and having the shoulder pop out of the socket. According to NFL’s Ian Rapoport, Mayfield “…still has a chance to play the following week.” Essentially: Baker Mayfield still has a chance...
    16 Photos of Rock Hudsons Suave Life How to get free fast food Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield will attempt to practice Tuesday, but the long-term prognosis isn't good. Mayfield is dealing with a "completely torn" labrum in his left shoulder. Mayfield confirmed the news, explaining other parts in his shoulder are "frayed." Baker said his left labrum is actually “completely torn” and that other stuff within it is “frayed” too #browns pic.twitter.com/cjjcR4QFJ1— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 19, 2021 Mayfield, 26, will attempt to play through the injury for now. He's expected to be limited in practice Tuesday, and told reporters he expects to play in the team's Week 7 game Thursday. That could change as the week progresses. Mayfield will seek a second opinion on his shoulder and that could determine whether he's allowed to play Thursday, according to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com. Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski did not commit to Mayfield playing in Week 7. Mayfield was not present during the open portion of practice Tuesday. QB Baker Mayfield was not on the field for...
    Taylor Swift to Induct Carole King at Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Ceremony Beware: Pandemic-Related Scams Have Cost Consumers Over Half a Billion So Far © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield was already dealing with a shoulder injury and aggravated it on Sunday, but he’s still planning to play on Thursday night against the Broncos. Mayfield told reporters today that he does expect to play on Thursday. The injury is to the right-handed Mayfield’s left shoulder, so it doesn’t affect his ability to throw the football, but it did appear to bother him at times on Sunday, most notably when he landed hard on the left shoulder and had to miss four snaps while it got checked out. But Mayfield got a second opinion and it appears to have checked out, and so he’ll be there when the 3-3 Browns host the 3-3 Broncos. Baker Mayfield expects to play Thursday originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Rare photos show Marilyn Monroe dressed up as Jackie Kennedy Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak injured in car accident The Browns have already been hit hard by injuries to start the year. They could be faced with dealing with their most significant to date. Following the end of Cleveland's 37-14 loss to the Cardinals, quarterback Baker Mayfield was seen wearing a sling on his left arm. According to WKYC 3News' Ben Axelrod, Mayfield said that he dislocated his shoulder during the game and it slipped out during a non-contact play, but he expects to be able to play through the injury. Baker’s left arm in a sling pic.twitter.com/e1nBtQLrvc — Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 17, 2021 MORE: Kareem Hunt injury update During the third quarter, Mayfield was sacked by defensive end J.J. Watt on a 2nd-and-13, and he landed on his left shoulder. He returned to the game and finished it out. Hopefully the Baker Mayfield injury is not as bad as it looked.. pic.twitter.com/QAwMuDwiab — Dylan Lowe (@DylanLoweNFL) October 17, 2021 That he fell on his left shoulder is of...
    Blake Lively trolls husband Ryan Reynolds after he announces sabbatical, more news 22 Side Gigs That Can Make You Richer Than a Full-Time Job © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has been playing with a partially-torn labrum in his left shoulder and that may have have become a bigger issue in the third quarter of Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Mayfield was sacked by Arizona defensive lineman J.J. Watt on second-and-13 from the Arizona 45, and Mayfield landed awkwardly on his left shoulder when he fell to the ground — fumbling in the process. Mayfield was in some clear immediate distress on the field. The quarterback was examined in the sideline medical tent before grabbing a football, taking some snaps, and taking some throws. The Browns announced his return as probable and he was back for the next drive with 2:48 left in the third quarter. Receiver Odell Beckham Jr. also  left the game in the second quarter with a shoulder injury, but has also returned...
    40 Vintage Photos of Celebrities Playing Sports 25 Cities Americans Are Flocking To Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield suffered a partially torn labrum when he attempted a tackle after throwing an interception in Week 2, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported on Thursday.  The left shoulder injury will reportedly not require immediate surgery and Mayfield will continue on for the Browns.  #Browns QB Baker Mayfield, who has been wearing a shoulder harness to play, suffered a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder on Sept 19 vs the #Texans, sources say. No surgery needed as of now. He was listed on the report after the injury and hasn’t missed a practice snap.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 7, 2021 Mayfield threw an interception minutes before halftime against the Houston Texans on Sept. 19. As Justin Reid made his way back through the Browns on the return, Mayfield went in hard for the tackle. He hit his left shoulder on Reid and jammed it on the ground. He was slow to get up as his left arm hung by his side.  The...
    Baker Mayfield's non-throwing shoulder is damaged. The Browns quarterback is playing with a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder that will not require surgery at this time, a person familiar with the injury told The Associated Press on Thursday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Mayfield will continue to start as long as the injury doesn't worsen, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation. It's possible Mayfield could play the remainder of the season with the injury and then undergo a procedure. Mayfield hurt his shoulder while tackling Houston safety Justin Reid after throwing an interception against the Texans on Sept. 19. He led the NFL in completion rate after two games (81.6%), but has dropped to 65.5%. Last week, Mayfield was unusually inaccurate, completing just 15 of 33 passes in a win over Minnesota. On Wednesday, he disclosed he's been wearing a harness on the shoulder and added "it shouldn’t" be bothering his passing ability. But the disclosure of the tear could explain some of Mayfield's uneven...
    BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has been playing with a torn labrum in his left shoulder that will not require surgery at this time, a person familiar with the injury told The Associated Press on Thursday. Mayfield will continue to play as long as the injury to his non-throwing shoulder doesn’t worsen, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation. Mayfield hurt his shoulder while making a tackle after throwing an interception against Houston on Sept. 21. He led the NFL in completion percentage after two games (81.6%) but has dropped to 65.5%. Last week, Mayfield completed just 15 of 33 passes in a win over Minnesota. On Wednesday, he disclosed he has been wearing a harness on the shoulder and added “it shouldn’t” be bothering his passing ability. NFL Network was first to report the severity of Mayfield’s injury. The Browns have not listed Mayfield on their recent injury reports as he has not been limited in practice. Cleveland visits the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. ___ ...
    Cheryl Burke Reveals Her and Cody Rigsbys DWTS Fate Amid COVID Recovery Take a look inside these deluxe Florida condos you could buy for about 560 bitcoin © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The left shoulder injury Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield suffered in Week Two was a partially torn labrum. That’s the word from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, who reports that the injury will not require surgery “as of now.” The Browns listed Mayfield on their injury report in Week Three but did not list him in Week Four or for yesterday’s first practice of Week Five. Mayfield, however, acknowledged that he’s been wearing a harness on his non-throwing shoulder while saying it shouldn’t affect his throwing ability. While Mayfield says his accuracy hasn’t been affected by the injury, he undeniably has been throwing less accurately recently: He completed 75 percent of his passes in Week One and 90 percent of his passes in Week Two, the game when he suffered the injury. But in Week Three he completed...
    Family Night! Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez Take Kids to Movie Screening Fearing battery fires after recalls, people are selling their Chevy Bolt EVs back to GM Start with this: the Cleveland Browns won on Sunday. Yes, Cleveland’s a playoff team and projected to remain that way, but Cleveland is still, you know, Cleveland, so we still have to note when the basic boxes get checked. The Browns beat the Texans, 31-21, a victory that was both expected and a bit unwieldy. Despite the fact that Cleveland was favored by 13.5 — surely one of the largest spreads in the 21st century for Cleveland — the game was tied at 14 at halftime. The game’s two key moments, for Cleveland, came just before the half. At the 9:54 mark, Baker Mayfield threw an interception right into the arms of Justin Reid. No shame in that, interceptions happen. But as Reid wound his way back up through the Browns, Mayfield made the unfortunate decision to go in hard for a tackle. He hit his left shoulder hard on Reid, and...