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  • Why the Packers Will Beat the Bears and Why They Might Not

    Why the Packers Will Beat the Bears and Why They Might Not

    As was the case two weeks earlier in Tampa, the Bears offense committed three turnovers in the first half. On Thursday night, every Bear and every Packer was on his feet. The Bears responded as Glennon completed 6 of 7 passes for 72 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown to Kendall Wright , cutting the deficit to 21-7 with:08 remaining in the half.

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  • Stokes, Hales suspended by European Central Bank

    Stokes, Hales suspended by European Central Bank

    Stokes was arrested after an incident which left a 27-year-old man needing hospital treatment for facial injuries. " Harvey what do you say when people are being mean?" he asked in a faked accent, staring into the camera. As the vice-captain of the England cricket team, Stokes is speculated to play a major role in the upcoming Ashes series against arch-rivals Australia.

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  • No point dwelling on Singapore crash - Vettel

    I really love it. Ricciardo has been looking particularly strong, with his second-place finish in Singapore earning him a seventh podium position in the past 10 races. Just the way that exchange happened and the tones of voice used by both driver and engineer show what a great relationship these 2 guys have, it's really not something you see too often in F1.

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  • Jose Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho "angry" over Premier League scheduling?

    I try to make life easier for you, especially the Russian media. Mkhitaryan was asked whether he had an explanation as to why his form in Europe is better than his domestic form. By contrast, Liverpool play Spartak Moscow in the Russian capital on Tuesday but then do not face Newcastle United at St James' Park until 4.30pm on Sunday, which gives Jürgen Klopp's side nearly 50 hours more respite than United, which has left Mourinho exasperated.

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  • Trump Says 'Shipping Industry' Doesn't Want Shipping Waiver For Puerto Rico

    Trump Says 'Shipping Industry' Doesn't Want Shipping Waiver For Puerto Rico

    Only the Department of Defense can obtain a Jones Act waiver automatically, as it did to transport petroleum products from Texas after Hurricane Harvey. But a request from a member of Congress is not the usual pathway by which the department gets waiver requests, the DHS official said. But critics of the Jones Act say that vessel availability isn't the issue.

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  • Aaron Rodgers First Ever Overtime Win

    On the next Packers' drive, Aaron Rodgers threw a quick out that was intercepted by William Jackson III and returned for a touchdown , the first for Rodgers since 2009. "I thought he was tremendous today". The Bengals burned a time out to ice Crosby on the point after but he calmly knocked it through to get the game even.

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  • United States nuke-capable bombers fly over North Korean coast - closest this century

    United States nuke-capable bombers fly over North Korean coast - closest this century

    American bomber and fighter jets flew along North Korea's eastern coastline Saturday in a "show of force" that was closer to the rogue nation's border than any other mission this century, the Pentagon reported . The rising tensions between the two nations has anxious countries neighbouring North Korea, like Russian Federation and China, who have urged both the countries to exercise restraint.

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  • Richarlison last-minute victor lifts Watford over Swansea

    Richarlison last-minute victor lifts Watford over Swansea

    Abraham's impact was instantly felt as he headed over a Carroll corner before the on-loan Chelsea youngster claimed his third goal in eight appearances. Swansea manager Neil Clement made a double change at half-time, sending on Abraham and Roque Mesa for Mike van der Hoorn and Sam Clucas, while Molla Wague replaced Etienne Capoue for Watford .

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  • The worst starts to Premier League seasons

    Chelsea defeated Stoke in both fixtures last season, 4-2 at Stamford Bridge and 2-1 at bet365 Stadium . Manchester United and Chelsea are now under threat of legal action from the Equality and Human Rights Commission but Crystal Palace , Everton , Newcastle United and Watford were part of the pledge in 2015 and remain below the recommendations for wheelchair space.

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  • Double boost for Chelsea ahead of trip to Stoke

    Double boost for Chelsea ahead of trip to Stoke

    Only midfielder Danny Drinkwater (calf) and defender David Luiz , who is suspended domestically and has a broken wrist, are absent. 'I'm working with my players and I'm happy to be working with them. The boss thanked striker Diego Costa for his efforts in a Chelsea shirt, with it having been announced a deal for the striker to return to Atletico Madrid is agreed...

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  • Watt dealing with broken finger as Texans prepare for Pats

    He told reporters after the game that he still had to check to see if his finger was attached to his hand. He noted that the break hasn't really made that much of a difference because he already had a problem with that finger before he broke it in Houston's season-opening loss to Jacksonville.

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  • Kevin Durant says he didn't like playing for Billy Donovan

    Kevin Durant says he didn't like playing for Billy Donovan

    The Durant Company has since backed about 30 companies, Kleiman said , with its early focus on angel investing, putting in $50,000 to $250,000 per share, before moving to Series A rounds at $250,000 to $2 million per pop. And Durant , instead of feeling jubilant about joining one of the most exciting National Basketball Association projects in history to play alongside the likes of Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green , felt like he had reached "rock bottom".

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  • Upbeat Roy Hodgson sees shards of light for Crystal Palace

    Upbeat Roy Hodgson sees shards of light for Crystal Palace

    Huddersfield have made a fine start to the season which included a 3-0 victory at Palace in their opening league game, the first of five Palace have experienced, but Mamadou Sakho's influence helped the hosts excel. He added: "Me saying, "Don't worry, we'll be OK" - it's fine to do those things and who wouldn't do that?" Defender Pape Souare came on to make his first appearance for the Eagles since breaking his thighbone and jaw in a horrific auto crash last September.

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  • Tom Dumoulin wins world time trial gold as Chris Froome finishes third

    Tom Dumoulin wins world time trial gold as Chris Froome finishes third

    Froome finished third in the world championship time-trial behind champion Tom Dumoulin of the Netherlands and Slovenia's Primoz Roglic . "I've never medalled in the worlds before so it's an incredible end to what's been an unforgettable season for me", said Froome, who picked up his fourth Tour title in July before his first Vuelta crown 10 days ago.

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  • Timmons suspended 'indefinitely' by NFL Dolphins

    Timmons suspended 'indefinitely' by NFL Dolphins

    The Dolphins placed him on the inactive list for their Week 2 game against the Los Angeles Chargers and went on to win the contest without the 11-year veteran. Timmons, 31, reportedly was trying to travel back to Pennsylvania to see his child. Don't expect Gase to open up about whatever it is that transpired over the weekend.

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  • West Indies vs England, 1st ODI

    West Indies vs England, 1st ODI

    It marks the first time these teams will meet since the dramatic T20 World Cup final in India in 2016. With just four wins in their last 14 encounters against the World Champions, England will be wary of the Caribbean side which is back to something resembling full strength having welcomed Chris Gayle, Kieron Pollard and Sunil back into the fold after doing without them for long stretches in the past year.

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  • Forbes Values Bears At $2.85 Billion

    Forbes Values Bears At $2.85 Billion

    Forbes says the value of the Bills was up 7 percent since previous year, better than 13 other teams, but they were still looking up at the Detroit Lions ($1.7 billion) in 31st place. The Cowboys, heavily beaten 42-17 at the Denver Broncos on Sunday to fall to 1-1 this season, are up 14 per cent with profits of $350million, according to Forbes , "thanks to a booming merchandise business and the revenue opportunities at their new practice facility, The Star".

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  • Windies triumph on miserable evening in Durham

    Windies triumph on miserable evening in Durham

    Hales (43) hit boundaries at will but after looking set to record the fastest England T20I fifty he marched down the wicket to Carlos Brathwaite yorking himself and losing his off stump. Follow all of the action with our ball-by-ball scorecard below. In truth, England ought to have been chasing in excess of 200 after a destructive opening stand from Evin Lewis (51) and Chris Gayle - whose first six in his 40 from 21 was his 100th maximum in T20Is.

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  • Liverpool fan tears into Jurgen Klopp

    Liverpool fan tears into Jurgen Klopp

    Robbie Brady won an aerial challenge with Trent Alexander-Arnold, heading into the area where centre-halves Ragnar Klavan and Joel Matip were drawn into a challenge on Chris Wood . Burnley man Jonathan Walters has previously netted on seven occasions against Liverpool . Klopp introduced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dominic Solanke in a concerted push for victory.

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