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San Antonio Spurs Injury Report vs. Knicks: Devin Vassell OUT, Keldon Johnson PROBABLE Ahead of their contest against the New York Knicks, the San Antonio Spurs injury report includes a couple of key players. Devin Vassell is listed as DOUBTFUL, while Keldon Johnson is listed as PROBABLE. In addition, Charles Bediako and Sir’Jabari Rice, the Spurs’ two-way players, are unavailable as they are in the G League. Sidy Cissoko is also on assignment in the G League. Vassell exited the Spurs’ game last Thursday against the Phoenix Suns with left groin tightness, and he is now listed on the injury report with a left adductor strain. As for Johnson,…

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The good, the bad, and the ugly from the Saints loss to the Packers New Orleans’ surrenders 18 fourth quarter points in loss after Derek Carr injury. The Good: Chris Olave and Alontae Taylor At least these guys showed up to play on Sunday. Chris Olave had yet another great afternoon as he made multiple circus catches against the Packers, including many that helped sustain drives on third down. Olave finished with 8 catches for 104 yards, the best of which was a one-handed catch down the sideline to set the Saints up with a first and goal. It’s time…

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49ers lose top running back Elijah Mitchell in opener SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers lost more than a game in a sloppy season-opener at Chicago. The Niners lost starting running back Elijah Mitchell to a knee injury in the 19-10 loss to the Bears on Sunday. Mitchell is expected to be sidelined for about two months. “He was pretty down,” coach Kyle Shanahan said Monday. “For obvious reasons were down for him. Elijah went through a lot last year. It’s well documented, the injuries he had. He really worked hard this offseason. He was feeling really…

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St. Louis Blues end of season Q & A with Colton Parayko Top Blues defenseman had arguably one of his best seasons in 2023-24, matching his career high in goals; discusses missing out on playoffs, his season, job Bannister did coaching after Berube firing, more … MARYLAND HEIGHTS, Mo. — Colton Parayko only had something to prove to himself, no one else. The St. Louis Blues defenseman, who along with the rest of his teammates, didn’t have the greatest of seasons a year ago when the Blues finished a game below .500; it came on the heels of Parayko playing…

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Nick Chubb injury shock, Ohio State Marching Band love… oh, and Travis Kelce: The 23 top-performing posts on cleveland.com Facebook page in 2023 CLEVELAND, Ohio – If you spend more than, say, an hour in Northeast Ohio, it will become abundantly clear that Clevelanders love their local sports teams. So, it should come as no surprise that sports, and sports-adjacent, content is popular on cleveland.com’s social media pages. There were many, many memorable moments worth social media posts in 2023, but one heartbreaking moment in Cleveland sports took the top spot this year. This year, cleveland.com’s social media team used…

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Lions 2024 roster questions: Can they upgrade at cornerback? Who starts at guard? We’re about a month away from the official start of the 2024 league year. For the Detroit Lions, this offseason will be about moving forward. They came so close to a Super Bowl appearance. The wound is still fresh. Everything from here on out is about getting there and winning it all. But for all the strides the Lions made, the roster is far from perfect. There are obvious holes on defense. There are internal free agents who could walk, positions of need to address and extension…

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Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine is going to have season-ending surgery on his right foot CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine is going to have season-ending surgery on his right foot, creating several major questions for the franchise ahead of the NBA’s trade deadline and into next year. Following consultations with outside medical personnel, LaVine and his agency, Klutch Sports Group, made the decision in consultation with the team’s training and medical staff, the Bulls announced on Saturday. The two-time All-Star is expected to have the surgery next week, and he will be out for four to six…

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Why did KJ Jefferson transfer from Arkansas? Career stats, age, height, weight for standout QB A move that had been speculated on for weeks was made official on Saturday. Arkansas quarterback KJ Jefferson will enter the transfer portal, with the Razorbacks’ three-year starter announcing the move on social media. Jefferson ends his Arkansas career as the program’s all-time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, pass completions, total yards, total touchdowns and total plays, leaving behind a sizable statistical void for his successor under center in Fayetteville. REQUIRED READING:What channel is Arkansas basketball vs. Lipscomb on today? Time, TV schedule for…

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Mailbag: What’s wrong with Raiders’ offense? Returning Raider Nation’s questions for the week I’ve been writing about the Las Vegas Raiders for several years now and I don’t think I’ve ever seen Raider Nation so united on anything than how pissed off everyone seems to be with this year’s team and Josh McDaniels! That’s kind of the theme of the mailbag this week as most people have seemingly had it. I believe there was only one question about the upcoming Week 8 Monday Night Football matchup with the Detroit Lions. That being said, I don’t blame anyone and I’m right…

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Ohio State and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad month of January The first month of 2023 was definitely one that the Ohio State athletic department would love to forget. It seems like at the end of every calendar year people say, “Good riddance to this year! Next year is going to be our year!” I’m always skeptical when I hear things like that. Then again, I’m just a curmudgeon. Just because the year changes then everything else is supposed to magically get better? I’m sorry, but I know things don’t work that way. It’s probably not healthy to…

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