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Transfer Talk: Arsenal push for Chelsea's Jorginho before deadline
With Chelsea pushing to sign €120m star Enzo Fernandez, Arsenal have agreed to sign Jorginho before the deadline expires at 11 p.m. GMT / 6 p.m. ET.[read more]

January transfer grades: Man City a D for Cancelo loan to Bayern
Here are January's big deals and how we rate them, with Jorginho completing a move from Chelsea to Arsenal.[read more]

Bubba eager to return to Masters, join festivities
Bubba Watson, who competes in the LIV Golf League, said he was "very thankful" that he gets to return to the Masters this year.[read more]

Spartans' Crump gets probation after plea deal
Michigan State's Khary Crump was sentenced to probation as part of a plea agreement for his involvement in an assault on a Michigan player in the stadium tunnel on Oct. 29.[read more]

Sources: LeBron (foot) to return, play at Garden
LeBron James, who didn't play Monday due to "significant soreness" in his left foot, will return to the Lakers' lineup Tuesday against the Knicks at MSG.[read more]

Turf time: Titans say ditching grass helps health
The Titans are replacing the grass field at Nissan Stadium with turf. They have led the NFL in players used the past two seasons because of injuries.[read more]

Post-antisemitic slur, Leonard seeks NBA return
Meyers Leonard, 30, who last played in the NBA in January 2021 before being suspended for using an antisemitic slur during a livestream of a video game and dealing with injuries, told ESPN's Jeremy Schaap that he expects to play in the NBA again.[read more]

Fitter Mickelson expecting a 'really good year'
Phil Mickelson, who has improved his personal fitness this offseason, said he is "embarrassed" with how he played last year and expects to have a "really good year."[read more]

Ravens QB Huntley to Pro Bowl after 2-TD year
Ravens backup QB Tyler Huntley, who threw two TD passes in five regular-season games, has been added to the Pro Bowl roster. Quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence and Derek Carr also have been added.[read more]

Sources: UW OC Grubb not leaving for Bama gig
Offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb is staying at Washington after meeting with Alabama coach Nick Saban about the Crimson Tide's coordinator vacancy, sources told ESPN's Adam Rittenberg.[read more]