Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson just raised the stakes for Sunday’s all-important matchup at the Dallas Cowboys. During his weekly radio appearance on 94.1 WIP on Monday, Pederson said the Eagles would win Sunday at AT&T Stadium. When asked later Monday about the comments, Pederson denied ever making a guarantee.
While the quadriceps bruise Amari Cooper has dealt with the past two games is no worse than it was after three snaps in the loss to the New York Jets, the availability of the Dallas Cowboys’ wide receiver in Sunday’s first-place showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles is in serious question,
Liverpool teenager Harvey Elliott has received a 14-day club football ban for a social media video in which he appeared to perform an offensive impersonation of Tottenham striker Harry Kane. The Football Association handed the punishment down on Friday, citing a breach of FA Rule E3 as it included reference
Rich Hill scoffed at the notion that Clayton Kershaw carried the blame for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ stunning elimination. “No,” Hill said forcefully, “we wouldn’t be here without him.” And then, for nearly 15 seconds, Hill paused, gathering himself, trying desperately to avoid breaking down with the cameras recording him.
When it comes to the hardest things to find in professional football, the discussion usually starts with franchise quarterback. Then maybe top pass-rusher. Or left tackle. Possibly shutdown corner. Not often mentioned yet worthy of being in the discussion is the three-down linebacker. Rare is the ‘backer who can dominate
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones is not taking an emotional ride each week with the futures of head coach Jason Garrett and quarterback Dak Prescott. As good as things appeared during the Cowboys’ 3-0 start to the season, Jones is not ready to change his expectations for