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MLB, players’ association agree to new posting system to bring Shohei Ohtani from Japan

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association agreed Tuesday on a new posting system that will allow two-way star Shohei Ohtani to leave Japan and sign with an MLB team for the 2018 season, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Injuries took two of their top three cornerbacks out of the game for the second half.

Thielen finished with 123 yards on six receptions, giving him 916 yards this season. The only player in Vikings history to reach 900 yards receiving by the 10-game mark was Randy Moss, who did it in 2000 and 2003.

Pacers: After making 11 of 23 attempts at Miami on Sunday, Indiana came into the game as the NBA’s best 3-point shooting team (.404). They made 8 of 20 Monday night.

Magic: Rookie forward Jonathan Isaac missed a fourth straight game with a sprained right ankle. … The Magic outrebounded the Pacers 50-48 after coming into the game with the NBA’s worst rebounding percentage.

“It’s just easy to tell you what it is and let’s move forward. It’s just the whole game. It’s an injury, and within two hours after we tell you it’s ‘upper body,’ you know exactly what it is, so why not just tell you?”

No reasonable person expected much from the quarterback duo of veteran Brian Hoyer and rookie C.J. Beathard, but even by those meager standards, the fact that Niners QBs rank near the bottom of the league in most major passing categories has been a disappointment. Hoyer had a strong camp, leading to belief that he could at least be serviceable. That didn’t happen, and though it wasn’t all his fault, he was benched sooner than expected. The silver linings that keep this from a failing grade? Beathard has showed that he has some upside and could at minimum become a solid backup. And the addition of Jimmy Garoppolo gives the 49ers hope that things are going to get better at this position in the near future. — Nick Wagonernike_patriots_558

The Magic’s five straight losses have been by an average of 16 points.

“We’re trying,” coach Frank Vogel said. “Nobody’s happy with how we’re playing, and we know we’ve got to dig ourselves a little bit out of a rut here.”

The NHL’s disclosure policy allows teams to define player injuries as “upper or lower body” and keep the details to themselves; in theory, this is for the benefit of the injured player.

The Dallas offense needs Ezekiel Elliott — The Cowboys running back ran for 93 yards on 27 carries and was the only Dallas running back to get any touches against the Chiefs until there were 13 minutes remaining in the game. Alfred Morris had one carry for 11 yards. With a potential six-game suspension still hanging over Elliott’s head, the Cowboys are getting high productivity from the NFL’s 2016 rushing leader and it’s clear the Cowboys need him on the field.

Sources told ESPN the system used in recent years will remain in place this offseason. A system with some modifications will take effect next offseason.

Minnesota’s defense started the second half by forcing four punts in a row by the Rams (7-3), whose four-game winning streak in which they scored 144 points was finished in convincing fashion. The Rams led the league entering the weekend with a third-down conversion rate of 46.7 percent, but were just 3 for 11 against the Vikings.

The Los Angeles defense was trampled in the second half for 288 yards, and Keenum went without a sack for the sixth game this season. Thielen handed him the longest touchdown pass of his career, by turning a simple curl route early in the fourth quarter into a game-breaking score after spinning past Rams cornerback Dominique Hatfield.

NFL Draft: Panthers’ Marty Hurney among those scouting Miami-UVA

This week features some big divisional matchups in college football, headlined by a Big Ten game with huge implications when Wisconsin hosts Michigan.

If all the bonus criteria are achieved in the proposed new deal, Goodell’s total potential compensation could average about $40 million for each year from 2019 to 2023, making it a five-year extension worth up to about $200 million, according to a source familiar with the deal.

On Tuesday, Whitehead said he apologized to Leno right after the play finished when he realized he had stepped on his leg inadvertently. He said Leno had words for him after the play, asking him whether he stepped on him on purpose. Whitehead said he did not, telling Leno, “I’m not that type of guy.”

“As you see, after every play, you tackle guys, bodies all over the place,” Whitehead said. “So I saw the first leg or two, trying to hop over them, and then I ended up catching his other leg. It was a mistake.”

Cunningham reached the ball across the pylon and he was initially ruled out at the 2-yard line to set the Bears up with a first-and-goal. But a replay review initiated by Bears coach John Fox, who thought Cunningham scored, gave the ball to the Packers.

The even-keeled Ball explained that he was trying to avoid any further trouble.

“It’s the NBA,” Ball said after the Lakers lost 122-113 to the Suns. “People ain’t really gonna fight. I ain’t trying to get no technical.”

Walton said he could “absolutely” see how some would consider Ball’s actions a smart move.

Matt Campbell is the king-slaying, miracle-working toast of college football

Matt Campbell is pleading with you. Well, it’s not like he’s desperate. Far from it. But the second-year Iowa State coach wants anyone willing to listen to hear the same message that he implored to his football players after a watershed win Saturday in the first matchup of two ranked teams here since 2002.

NASCAR designed its playoff system to create such incentive to wreck drivers and win. Don’t think it didn’t have this exact scenario in mind.

NASCAR wants fans hating some drivers, albeit a fan threatening Hamlin on pit road after the race and being whisked away by security might be a little more than NASCAR bargained for. It wants reporters nearly getting hit by thrown bottles of soda as they interviewed Elliott crew chief Alan Gustafson by the car afterward.

As long as no one gets hurt — beyond bruised feelings and egos — this system was totally designed for just this type of emotion.

“Certainly, the three‑race format and the pressure to win is so high that you see guys make some pretty desperate moves, pretty high‑risk moves, and you saw a lot of that today,” Busch crew chief Adam Stevens said.

Arizona fell to 0-10-1 and joined the 1943-44 New York Rangers (0-11) as the only clubs in NHL history to open a season with 11 straight defeats.

“I’ve been on a team where we’ve struggled throughout the course of the year,” Brendan Perlini said. “You just have to work hard.”

Perlini, Christian Fischer and Clayton Keller scored for Arizona. Louis Domingue finished with 21 saves

The Coyotes scored the first goal for the eighth time this season when Fischer connected on a power play 10:37 into the game. Fischer drove down the left wing and whipped Christian Dvorak’s rebound past Schneider before colliding with the New Jersey goalie in the crease, which sparked a mini wrestling match between Coyotes and Devils players.

Sauter felt racing at Martinsville can be “ridiculous” because of the amount of contact they have.

The Saints are starting to be grittier instead of prettier, and the new identity suits them. They can be the more black-and-blue-like team here as they go for a third straight win over an NFC North foe. Mitchell Trubisky and John Fox won’t get away with zero passing offense against Drew Brees on the other side.

From a coaching perspective, what is the process like trying to take a great player and get him to that superstar level where he’s doing it every night?

I think it comes down to listening, trust and his ability to work. And he has all those components, so it makes it really easy to be around and coach [him].

“The last three races have been pretty tough, and I knew that we needed to come out here with a good run,” Sauter said. “We got some points, I guess. I just really wanted to get that win and get it out of the way. … We just didn’t execute.”

Remember when music was awesome and scary, when you could read lyrics from an album and literally open up a gate to the demon world? Turek used variations of Iron Maiden’s mascot, Eddie, on his masks, including this one on which heavy metal met the Blues.

Nabokov’s masks would feature snarling, evil skeletons next to great white sharks, which made them doubly scary. Most famous for having inspired the SyFy original movie “Sharkeleton,” starring Tara Reid.

The sophomore’s evolution in Rich Rodriguez’s offense is going to be a lot of fun to watch. A while back, I spoke with Tate’s coach at Junipero Serra (Calif.) High, Scott Altenberg, who said Tate probably could be an NFL wide receiver if he wanted and that he might be the most competitive guy he’s ever had. Notable recent Serra products include Adoree’ Jackson, Marqise Lee and Robert Woods. canadiens_294_e971e2a2645b57f9-180x180

Robinson left the game during the second quarter.

That’s just it, don’t look at the scoring column when assessing McConnell’s fantasy value, as his ability to build diverse lines as the third guard and primary backup point guard is a sneaky way to add value to the end of your roster.

Patrick Robinson, CB, Philadelphia Eagles: Robinson left the game during the second quarter. The Eagles announced that he was being evaluated for a head injury and was questionable to return before downgrading him to out for the remainder of the game.

Folk missed kicks from 56, 49 and 31 yards. The gory details … New England up 13-7, late second quarter: Folk missed a 56-yard prayer, wide right. New England up 16-7, early fourth quarter: Folk missed a 49-yarder, wide left. New England up 16-7, midway through the fourth quarter: Folk missed a 31-yard field goal, wide left.

This example against the Cardinals happened to come at a huge moment — third-and-15, Patriots down 21-20 in the fourth quarter. New England needs a play here to continue the game-winning drive.

Whether you love or hate his gregarious broadcasting style, Romo’s abilities as a predictor are undeniable—the guy just seems to always know what play is coming. You can take this costume to the next level by randomly, and in a high voice, telling a random guy at the party to “Throw it outside the numbers, Derek!”

At this point, Harbaugh’ khakis are nothing short of iconic. If you have all the essentials, virtually every sports fan will recognize who you’re dressing up as, and that’s absolutely key to pulling off a good Halloween costume. There’s just nothing worse than having to explain your outfit.

The final score may indicate this was a shootout between two high-powered offenses, but that was hardly the case on a rainy day in Morgantown. Oklahoma State’s 462 total yards of offense was its second-fewest in a game this season, while West Virginia was held to a season-low 347 yards.

So how did the teams combined for 89 points? Well, nine turnovers were certainly a significant factor.

Jamaal Charles pens farewell to Kansas City

It’s taken a while for Jamaal Charles to say goodbye.

Ahead of his return to Arrowhead Stadium for the first time since being cut in February, the Broncos running back penned an emotional farewell to Kansas City as he detailed his journey from the Chiefs to the Broncos in a piece published Monday in The Players’ Tribune.

“Denver is my home now. And I’m embracing my new city — my new family — the same way I did Kansas City. I know I don’t have anything left to prove in this league, but I still have plenty left to play for. And I’m as excited as I’ve been in a long time for the next part of this story. But I’ll never forget where I came from.”

Charles and the Broncos will face off against the Chiefs at 8:30 p.m. ET in their Monday Night Football matchup.

3. The best one-on-one battle of the day was Julio Jones vs. Morris Claiborne, at least while it lasted. The Jets cornerback did an excellent job keeping the Falcons’ All-Pro playmaker in check before Claiborne was forced out of the game with a foot injury. With Claiborne sidelined, Jones made his lone impact play of the game — a 54-yard reception where he easily got behind Darryl Roberts. It was surprising that Ryan did not target Jones more after Claiborne went out, but there’s a lot about the Atlanta offense that’s difficult to understand this season.

4. This game turned for good when Jets punt returner Jeremy Kerley backpedaled, then muffed a high-arching punt by Matt Bosher midway through the fourth quarter. If Kerley fields the punt — or better yet, lets it go over his head and skip through the back of the end zone for a touchback — the Jets have the ball down two with nearly seven minutes to play. Atlanta recovered, kicked a field goal (Matt Bryant went 4-for-4 in terrible conditions) and the Jets never threatened again.

Fletcher Cox won’t be suspended, still could face fine

Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox will not be suspended for a play in which San Francisco 49ers left tackle Joe Staley suffered a broken orbital bone Sunday.

Brett Hundley did not apologize for his lackluster performance against the Saints, but the Packers quarterback said the team can still make the playoffs without Aaron Rodgers. Browns tackle Joe Thomas questioned his future; there will not be a quarterback change in Denver; Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger poked fun at safety Robert Golden for his throwing form on a successful fake punt; and Saints running back Mark Ingram said coach Sean Payton has to come through on his offer of a salon day.

One of the NBA’s top-scoring teams, the Trail Blazers (4-3) are averaging 107.6 points per game while presenting a consistent threat from the perimeter. Inside the 3-point arc, it’s a different story. Portland shoots just 42.8 percent from the field, which ranks just 24th in the league.

Improved shooting is critical in order to survive stronger defensive teams, such as the Utah Jazz, who host Portland on Wednesday night.

“Our offense hasn’t been at the level we’d like it to be,” Portland point guard Damian Lillard said. “When all this comes back around, it’s going to be a great day for us. We can’t put our heads down and lose faith in who are and what we’re capable of.”

Evidence of inconsistency in that area surfaced in a 99-85 loss to the Toronto Raptors on Monday. The Blazers scored a franchise-low six points in the second quarter against. They missed 18 of their first 19 shots in the quarter and fell behind by 19 points heading into halftime.blues-002

Fantasy football QB depth chart

The quarterback depth chart below breaks down all 32 NFL teams in terms of current fantasy value for the 2017 season. This is a file I’ve done in the past — previously known as the “Tamme Index” — and it’s important to note it does not necessarily reflect a player’s position on his NFL team’s depth chart.

A player listed in the “starter” column is the most valuable quarterback on his team in terms of fantasy value.

A player listed under “handcuff” should see increased fantasy value if the starter becomes injured or sees his role diminish.

“He’s tough enough to handle it. He’s got weapons to handle it,” Hinch said. “This is a big stage. He wants to do well, like everybody does, and having to live it out on this stage has been a little bit of a grind for him. Got to have a short memory as a closer, no matter what. If we need him to get critical outs, he’s going to come in and give his best.”

The players didn’t kneel to protest the anthem itself, but were rather upset at team owner Bob McNair following his comments at the owners’ meetings.

After McNair, who has said he wants his players to stand during the anthem, mangled a figure of speech earlier this month and referred to NFL players as prison inmates, he faced immediate backlash and later issued an apology.

McNair was quoted in a lengthy ESPN article , speaking at the Oct. 17 NFL owners meetings about protests during the national anthem.

“We can’t have the inmates running the prison,” he said, a malapropism of the idiom, “the inmates are running the asylum.”

McNair issued a statement Friday, saying he regretted using that expression.

Florida man suffers 3rd-degree burns after losing bet on Packers-Cowboys

It sucks when your favorite team loses. It’s definitely not serious enough to justify setting yourself on fire, as one Florida man did after losing a bet with his wife that the Cowboys would beat the Packers.

The couple made a bet and established that the loser would burn their team’s jersey. The Packers did win an instant classic over the Cowboys on yet another last-minute touchdown drive led by Aaron Rodgers.

Brady went 2-1 head-to-head against Favre. In the greatest one-sided rivalry of the 2000s, he went 11-6 against Peyton Manning. He’s only 2-3 against Drew Brees, but he’s 7-2 against Ben Roethlisberger.

Brady’s record will stand for a while. Not only is the veteran interested in playing four or five more years despite starting 2017 at age 40, but he’s got a major cushion over the rest of the league. The closest active quarterback is 38-year-old Brees, who has 133 career wins in the regular season. Roethlisberger, with 126 wins, is just behind him.

Sunday’s win was just another victory for a man who has seen plenty in his storied career. It will also stand as an affirmation of Brady’s status as one of the greatest — if not the greatest — quarterback of all time.

That’s not necessarily true. Jordan & Co. are pressuring quarterbacks only 21.7 percent of the time during their winning streak, which is good for only 27th in football. The Saints haven’t had a dominant pass rush over the past three games, but when it has arrived, the pass rush has gotten home more frequently than you might expect.