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The Devils defenseman is the first active NHL player to donate his brain to be studied in order to help the sport "continue to get safer.". (read more)


Boise State went from potentially taking a 31-0 lead into halftime, to taking a 31-7 lead into halftime, to slinking away to the locker room with a 24-14 lead against Oregon (read more)

Diddy became the first big-name, big-dollar person to broach the subject of possibly buying the NFL's Panthers. Steph Curry quickly became the second. (read more)

Sporting News will be providing live updates throughout Sunday night’s Cowboys-Raiders game (read more)

Browns coach Hue Jackson threw his rookie quarterback under the proverbial bus, implying he's not sure DeShone Kizer has what it takes (read more)

NFL scores: Week 15 results, highlights

18-12-2017 4:09 AM | sportingnews | similar news

Check out all the NFL scores and highlights from Week 15 of the 2017 season (read more)

Antonio Brown was helped off the field after injuring his left leg while attempting to make a catch in the end zone (read more)

Panthers were awarded the NFL's 29th franchise in 1993 and Richardson's team was valued at $2.3 billion in September. (read more)

Here is a complete look at the NFL playoff picture after the Thursday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon games of Week 15 (read more)

The Patriots gained an edge on homefield advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with a 27-24 win, but it had a controversial ending (read more)

Kelvin Benjamin has a torn meniscus, but he'll play through the knee injury until the Bills' season is over (read more)

What Jerry Richardson reportedly did as owner of the Panthers makes him at least as foul as Donald Sterling. The NBA finally threw Sterling out. (read more)

Ryan Shazier did not want to miss the AFC game of the year. The Steelers linebacker, who suffered a spinal injury against the Bengals in Week 13, was in a suite for the Steelers’ game against the Patriots on Sunday at Heinz Field. (read more)

The Saints running back scaled a short wall to stand among fans in the front row at the Superdome (read more)

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was intercepted three times Sunday in a 31-24 loss to the Panthers at Bank of America Stadium (read more)

Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis was visibly upset after injuring Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams on an illegal block Sunday (read more)

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