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Mac Jones pleaded the fifth. The Patriots quarterback met with the media on a video conference late Monday afternoon and wouldn’t divulge much of anything about the injury he suffered against the Ravens. He was asked numerous questions about the left ankle injury, which tests confirmed was a high ankle sprain, according to a source. An NFL Network report further classified the sprain as being ...

The Chargers thought they had it all figured out. They believed they had all the right pieces in all the right places. They had drafted well. They had made all the moves they believed they needed to make, with one blockbuster trade and a string of quality free-agent signings. They were as right as rain, the pundits agreed. They had done well to upgrade their roster during a very active ...

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Bike riding while on meth, opioids is sending thousands to ERs. Between 2019 and 2020, more than 11,000 people were treated in U.S. emergency rooms for injuries after they rode a bicycle while high, researchers found. Read more

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CHICAGO — Kyle Pugh remembers the play that would become just the first leg of an odyssey of repeated heartbreaks, only he didn’t know it at the time. The Northern Illinois linebacker was trying to tackle then-San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny in the fourth quarter of a road game on Sept. 30, 2017, when he tore his left biceps. “Yeah, that Rashaad Penny,” Pugh told the Chicago Tribune. ...

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RENTON, Wash. — Confirming the worst fears the moment the injury happened Monday night, Seahawks safety Jamal Adams is expected to miss the rest of the season after suffering a knee/quad injury in Seattle’s 17-16 win over Denver that will require surgery. The Seahawks officially placed Adams on injured reserve Thursday afternoon after it was revealed he would have surgery soon to repair a torn ...

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IOWA CITY — There won’t be a cape attached to the back of Gavin Williams’ jersey Saturday, but the now-healthy Iowa running back hopes to make a difference this week.

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IOWA CITY — There won’t be a cape attached to the back of Gavin Williams’ jersey Saturday, but the now-healthy Iowa running back hopes to make a difference this week.

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