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'Ted Lasso' rocks out and more from Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints in London
Pub stops, rugby fields, the Underground and more. The NFL's first London game of the season is Sunday. Here's what the two teams are up to.[read more]

Vikings score first in London with 15-yard strike to Alexander Mattison
After one TD play was called back by penalty, Kirk Cousins connected with Mattison to get the Vikings on the board.[read more]

Sources: Bucs optimistic Godwin, Jones will play
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are optimistic that wide receivers Chris Godwin (hamstring) and Julio Jones (knee), both listed as questionable, will be able to play when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.[read more]

Ramsey rant: Worry about safety, not my socks
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey sounded off Saturday, saying the NFL should worry more about player safety than fining players for uniform violations.[read more]

Sources: Dak eyes Week 5 Rams game for return
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who had the stitches removed from his surgically repaired thumb and began throwing a football this past week, is eyeing next Sunday's game against the Rams for a possible return, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Sources: Bolts expect Bosa to miss 8-10 weeks
Chargers pass-rusher Joey Bosa is expected to miss eight to 10 weeks with a groin tear, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Ex-Jets stalwart O-linemen Powell, Sweeney die
Former Jets players Marvin Powell and Jim Sweeney, stalwart offensive linemen in the 1970s and 1980s, died Friday and Saturday, respectively.[read more]

Colts' Leonard (back) set to make season debut
Shaquille Leonard is active for the first time this season as the Colts linebacker has recovered from offseason back surgery.[read more]

Source: AC injury to affect Garrett for 2-4 weeks
Myles Garrett's shoulder injury, suffered in a single-car crash last week, is expected to hinder the Browns star for the next two to four weeks, a source told ESPN.[read more]

Sources: Tua set for interview as part of review
Tua Tagovailoa is expected to be interviewed early this week in the NFL and NFLPA's joint investigation of the injured Dolphins quarterback's quick return to last weekend's game against the Bills, sources told ESPN.[read more]