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Joe Mixon reported will undergo surgery after knee injury; Out 2 weeks | Bleacher Report

Andy Lyons / Getty Images Cincinnati Bengal's Springback Joe Mixon is scheduled to have arthroscopic surgery on Saturday after a small particle fell in knee during Thursday's 34-23 victory over Baltimore Ravens, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Mixon is expected to miss two weeks with the damage per Schefter. Mixon was taken into the dressing room in the first …

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Six Things to Watch for Titans in Sunday's game vs. Texans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. The Titans face the Houston Texans on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. Here's a look at six things to watch in Sunday's game: Run the ball The Texans are ferocious up front, with a pass rush designed to create havoc in the backfield. The best way to slow it down, while also taking pressure off of the quarterback? Run …

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Vrabel expects Marcus Mariota, Blaine Gabbert to play

Tennessee Titan's coach Mike Vrabel has a plan to hopefully secure a victory in Sunday's match against Houston Texans. When Marcus Mariota starts, he continues to be evaluated for the right elbow injury, told Vrabel for reporters on Friday, he expects Mariota and backbound back Blaine Gabbert to watch play time. "We evaluate," asked Vrabel about María's injury, via Jim …

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Tennis Umpires Are not The Enemy Lord

Photo: Elsa (Getty) The Times of London reported Tuesday that some anonymous tennis umpires had considered boycotting Serena Williams's matches after her spat with umpire Carlos Ramos derailed her U.S. Open final against Naomi Osaka. If this story has been picked up, shorn or context, and redeployed in unfamiliar contexts and epochal culture wars by racists and rule absolutists and …

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Pete Rose says his health has deteriorated rapidly

As part of his divorce proceedings from his expelled wife, leading MLB leader Pete Rose met him barely walking, and is in "bad health". Rose, 77, is in a team fight to block his wife from receiving spousal support, according to TMZ. He also claims that his annual income has fallen to less than 50 percent of what it was …

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Aaron Rodgers gets better, but decisions can wait for Sunday

St Courtney, Green Bay Press-Gazette Published 1:28 p.m. ET Sept. 14, 2018 CLOSE Packers beat writer Ryan Wood and Tom Silverstein discuss coach Mike McCarthy's comment that Aaron Rodger's status for Sunday is "no lay-up". ” data-mycapture-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/09/10/PPAN/88f34bd8-ad0a-4447-b216-3cc7763f1d6a-APC_Packers_vs_Bears_0428_090918_wag.jpg” data-mycapture-sm-src=”https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/09/10/PPAN/88f34bd8-ad0a-4447-b216-3cc7763f1d6a-APC_Packers_vs_Bears_0428_090918_wag.jpg?width=496&height=400″/> USA TODAY NETWORK Wisconsin Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers claims a first-week call against Chicago Bears in the season opener on Sunday …

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Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury ends his hockey career, according to Secretary General Ken Holland

Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg's back injury ends his hockey career, Secretary General Ken Holland told reporters Friday. Zetterberg, 37, had hoped he could play again. Last month, he described a deteriorated condition that included nerve pain in the legs and disk-related problems. Henrik Zetterberg scored 337 goals with 623 assistants during his 15-year career with Detroit. AP Photo …

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