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  • Cardinals back in thick of race for No. 1 draft pick

    TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - The Arizona Cardinals have double-digit losses for the first time since 2012. Just when the Cardinals looked as if they truly had improved - with a win at Green Bay - they fell flat in a 17-3 home loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday. That

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  • Chiefs top Ravens in overtime, clinch playoff berth

    Kansas City's Harrison Butker atoned for a 43-yard miss as time expired in the fourth quarter with a 36-yard field goal in overtime, and the host Chiefs stopped the Ravens on fourth down to clinch a playoff spot with a 27-24 victory Sunday. Kansas City (10-2) twice converted on fourth down before Patrick Mahomes threw a tying touchdown pass to Damien Williams with 53 seconds left in the fourth. Moments later, Justin Houston strip-sacked Lamar Jackson to give Butker a chance to win the game in...

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  • Shay returns interception for TD, Lions beat Arizona 17-3

    It's an NFL cliche, the crafty cornerback fooling the rookie quarterback. That's exactly what happened in the biggest play of Detroit's 17-3 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Darius

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  • Columbia holds off Iona 74-71 at Madison Square Garden

    NEW YORK (AP) - Jake Killingsworth led a balanced attack with 14 points and Columbia made five free throws in the final 30 seconds to hold off Iona 74-71 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. The Lions (3-6), who lasted played at the Garden in 2008 and against the Gaels

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  • Shay returns interception for TD, Lions beat Arizona 17-3

    Darius Slay returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown and Detroit beat the punchless Cardinals 17-3 on Sunday, the Lions' first win in Arizona since 1993. Slay stepped in

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  • Inspired Liberty beats Valley Christian, reaches 1-A championship game

    With his senior linebacker lying on the field awaiting paramedics for a trip to the hospital, Liberty High football coach Ryan Partridge told the fallen Nicky Einess that the Lions were going to win Saturday's CIF Division 1-A Northern California Bowl game for him. "He just said, 'Please do,' in this voice that almost made me cry," Partridge said. Einess, who had feeling in all his extremities, left host Valley Christian's Warrior Field in an ambulance in a precautionary move after a...

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  • Plummer leads Stanford past Penn State, into volleyball’s final four

    Fittingly, Kathryn Plummer finished it off with a kill. And the Cardinal are going back to the final four in women's volleyball. The two-time Pac-12 Player of the Year had 23 kills and hit .383 as top-seeded Stanford beat Penn State 18-25, 25-23, 25-20, 25-16 Saturday night in the regional finals at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal (32-1), who won the national title in 2016 but lost to Florida in the national semifinals last year, will play No. 4 BYU (31-1) in Minneapolis on Thursday. The Cougars...

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  • Patricia, Wilks endure tough first seasons as head coaches

    Two first-year head coaches will be on the sidelines when the Detroit Lions meet the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, and both have had a rough season. "Yeah, your first year

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  • Patricia, Wilks endure tough first seasons as head coaches

    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Two first-year head coaches will be on the sidelines when the Detroit Lions meet the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, and both have had a rough season. "Yeah, your first year you're going to have struggles," Detroit defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois said. "If you don't, you ...

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  • Lions fan agrees to return TD ball to Taylor Decker

    It's rare for an NFL offensive lineman to score a touchdown. It's just as unusual for a fan to catch a football with one hand while holding a $10 beer … Click to Continue

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  • Lions-Cardinals Preview Capsule

    DETROIT (4-8) at ARIZONA (3-9) Sunday, 4:25 p.m. EST, Fox OPENING LINE — Lions by 2 1/2 RECORD VS. SPREAD — Detroit 6-6, Arizona 6-6 SERIES RECORD — Lions lead … Click to Continue

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  • Gonzaga tops Washington with last-second basket

    Rui Hachimura's short jumper with 0.6 of a second left lifted top-ranked Gonzaga to an 81-79 win over visiting Washington on Wednesday. Hachimura had 26 points for Gonzaga (9-0), which has won 12 of its past 13 games against the Huskies. Jaylen Nowell scored 26 points for Washington (6-3), which missed a halfcourt shot at the buzzer. Washington's zone at least slowed the Bulldogs, who were held well below their season average of 98 points per game. #3 Duke 84, Hartford 54: R.J. Barrett had 27...

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  • RFU in fresh appeal for Celtic nations to cut Six Nations in bid to help the British and Irish Lions

    The RFU are ready to urge the Celtic unions to consider shortening the Six Nations window every four years, to give the Lions more time to prepare.

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  • Lions put LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin on IR, add DE Eric Lee

    The Detroit Lions have placed linebacker Jalen Reeves-Maybin on injured reserve with a neck injury. Detroit promoted defensive end Eric Lee from the practice squad to fill the roster spot … Click to Continue

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  • Report: Former Lions GM Matt Millen Needs Heart Transplant 'Fairly Soon'

    Millen was diagnosed with amyloidosis in 2017 and stepped down from his job as a game analyst for the Big Ten Network in early October.

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  • Packers lose, fire head coach Mike McCarthy

    The Packers fired coach Mike McCarthy after the loss to one of the NFL's worst teams. Zane Gonzalez kicked a 44-yard field goal with 1:41 left, then Green Bay's Mason Crosby missed a 49-yard attempt as time expired and the Packers lost 20-17 to the Arizona Cardinals. Crosby pushed his kick wide right, with the flags atop Lambeau Field blowing in toward the field at the time of the kick. The stunned Packers suffered a major blow to their fading playoff hopes. Sputtering Green Bay (4-7-1) has lost...

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  • Rams report: Todd Gurley is back in the running after 132-yard, two-touchdown effort in 30-16 win over the Lions

    After struggling through a minor ankle injury the last time he was on the field, Rams running back Todd Gurley rebounded with a more typical performance Sunday in the Rams’ 30-16 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Gurley rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns in 23 carries. He also...

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  • No one seems more valuable than Rams' Aaron Donald after another dominating performance in 30-16 win over the Lions

    As Aaron Donald started walking toward the showers Sunday, a crowd of reporters gathered in front of his locker in anticipation of his eventual return. Michael Brockers tried in vain to ease the congestion by playfully reminding the group that coach Sean McVay was about to start his postgame news...

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  • Rams report: Todd Gurley is back in the running after 132-yard, two-touchdown effort in 30-16 win over the Lions

    After struggling through a minor ankle injury the last time he was on the field, Rams running back Todd Gurley rebounded with a more typical performance Sunday in the Rams’ 30-16 victory over the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Gurley rushed for 132 yards and two touchdowns in 23 carries. He also...

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  • No one seems more valuable than Rams' Aaron Donald after another dominating performance in 30-16 win over the Lions

    As Aaron Donald started walking toward the showers Sunday, a crowd of reporters gathered in front of his locker in anticipation of his eventual return. Michael Brockers tried in vain to ease the congestion by playfully reminding the group that coach Sean McVay was about to start his postgame news...

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  • For the record, Brandin Cooks continues his pass-catching prowess as Rams beat the Lions, 30-16

    With a 25-yard reception in the dying moments of the first half Sunday, the Rams’ Brandin Cooks became the first player in NFL history with 1,000 receiving yards in three consecutive seasons for three different teams. As records go, it’s not the most glamorous. And it probably won’t ease Cooks’...

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  • Equipment manager Bob Romanski helps Raiders players rep causes with custom cleats

    An NFL equipment manager's job is largely to ensure that players appear, as the term would suggest, uniform on game day. On Sunday, though, the creative abilities of longtime Raiders equipment manager Bob Romanski will be on full display. Players around the NFL this weekend will be wearing customized cleats featuring a cause or organization that is important to them under the league's "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign. Romanski designed and, in many cases, painted the special cleats that more than...

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  • Todd Gurley-led Rams beat Lions 30-16, clinch NFC West title

    Todd Gurley ran for 132 yards and two touchdowns to help the Los Angeles Rams overcome a sputtering start to beat the Detroit Lions 30-16 and clinch the NFC West title for a second straight season.

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  • Rams clinch NFC West after pulling away from Lions for 30-16 win

    Perhaps it was the early wake-up call for their only game in the Eastern time zone. Or the comedown from such a breathless pace and finish in their last game. Whatever the reason, the Rams looked sluggish on Sunday against the struggling Detroit Lions. Todd Gurley ran for two touchdowns, Jared...

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