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'Ted Lasso' rocks out and more from London
Pub stops, rugby fields, the Underground and more. The NFL's first London game of the season is here.[read more]

Week 4 inactives: Who's in and who's out?
AJ Mass provides updated inactives and analysis based on the latest reports and official announcements.[read more]

Cardinals' Watt set to play after heart procedure
The Cardinals' J.J.. Watt tweeted Sunday that he's playing after having his heart shocked back into rhythm on Thursday after he went into atrial fibrillation.[read more]

Death toll in Indonesia soccer stampede hits 125
At least 125 fans have been killed at a soccer match in Indonesia, authorities have said, making it one of the deadliest sports events in history.[read more]

Georgia Tech upsets Pitt 6 days after firing coach
Quarterback Jeff Sims threw for one touchdown and ran for another as Georgia Tech, less than a week after seeing its coach and athletic director fired, managed to upset No. 24 Pittsburgh 26-21.[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]

Lakers' Big 3 rolls out new mantra: 'You get it, go'
With the first week of training camp in the books as LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Russell Westbrook near their second season together, their approach to offensive team success has been tweaked to empower each of them to go get theirs.[read more]

Relegation-threatened Wolves fire manager Lage
Wolves have sacked manager Bruno Lage following a disappointing start to the season with the Premier League side languishing in the relegation zone.[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]

Haaland, Foden hat tricks give City rout of United
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