Firefighters saved 20 horses and five dogs from a barn fire in Rio Linda.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
DeMaurice Smith vows to pursue “every legal option” regarding the handling of Tua Tagovailoa on Sunday
The biggest concern emerging from Thursday night’s game between the Dolphins and Bengals is whether Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa should have been playing. As explained by Michael Smith on the Amazon postgame show, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith texted to Andrew Whitworth (a former NFLPA player rep) and Richard Sherman (a member of [more]
- Panthers Wire
According to a playful Baker Mayfield, Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey has gone "zero dark thirty" after missing two straight days of practice.
- The Root
A friend recently asked me, “Why is Twitter bullying Malika Andrews?” and you, the reader, may be wondering the same thing. So let me fill you in.
Why are the football player and the model fighting?
- Bengals Wire
The best reactions from Bengals vs. Dolphins in Week 4.
Nick Young Talks Ime Udoka, Says Woman Associated With Wizards Was Fired After Involvement With Young and Teammate
Nick Young discussed the cheating scandal involving Celtics head coach Ime Udoka, six years after his own engagement ended due to infidelity.
- Tar Heels Wire
The lone 2023 recruiting target for the UNC basketball program is set to cut his list down to five finalists on Monday.
- Touchdown Wire
Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa likely went into a "fencing response position" after his concussion. Here's what that means.
- Lions Wire
Dan Campbell offers updates on several injured Lions players entering Week 4 including D'Andre Swift and Amon-Ra St. Brown
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said run-based attack will remain when Dak Prescott returns: “I mean Tony and Zeke are featured players for us. I don’t see us changing.”
- The Tennessean
Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry had high praise for Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor
- USA Network
‘We Don’t Need Teenagers’: Brad Keselowski Doesn't Hold Back After NASCAR Fines Ty Gibbs $75K For Texas Incident
Ty Gibbs is in hot water after a reckless maneuver on pit road this past weekend at Texas Motor Speedway nearly ended in another driver hitting multiple bystanders who were working on a stopped car. Ty Dillon had just pulled out of his team’s pit stall, and after his No. 42 Camaro appeared to slightly bump Gibbs in the No. 23 Camry, Gibbs retaliated by slamming into Dillon’s right-side door panel. With several cars traveling close by at nearly 50 miles per hour, Gibbs’ aggressive move forced Dil
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Sungjae Im dusted off a viral YouTube dance during the Presidents Cup after-party and it was fantastic
Sam Burns commented on the video: "You're my favorite golfer Sungjae."
- Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
The upcoming "Thursday Night Football" game between the Bengals and Miami Dolphins keeps getting more interesting.
- Thunder Wire
The Oklahoma City Thunder will send Derrick Favors to the Houston Rockets in a large deal that includes eight players.
- National Review
“I actually had a ton of Lia Thomas’ teammates reach out to me personally, and thank me for what I’m doing”
- Fighting Irish Wire
Cougars fans aren't happy.
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Watch: Rory McIlroy wasn’t too happy with this tee shot — then it almost found the green on a 400-yard par 4
Should 400-yard mishits be illegal?
- The Fayetteville Observer
NC State or Clemson? Florida State or Wake Forest? Virginia or Duke? A panel of USA TODAY Network ACC experts make predictions for this week's games.
- The Daily Beast
Kareem Elgazzar/ReutersA neuroscientist who specializes in concussions called for the Miami Dolphins’ medical staff and coaches to be fired after quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was hospitalized with a brutal head injury during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals Thursday night. Tagovailoa was taken to the ground during the second quarter and had to be stretchered off the field. The Dolphins later said he had been discharged from the hospital. But Dr. Chris Nowinski, who also specializes in CTE, wa