- Dolphins RB Foster: 'Walking away in peace'
- Jags' Lee says he was flagged for using slur
- Harbaugh rips replay decision to uphold call
- Kipnis: I'd love for Bartman to get 1st pitch
Osweiler fumbles after ball slips out of his hand
Booker pounds it in to increase Broncos' lead
Blue coughs up the football
Thomas hauls in TD to extend Broncos' lead
Anderson scores to put Broncos on board
Osweiler hears the boos in return to Denver
The Miami Dolphins' Arian Foster -- whose tenure as the team's starting running back lasted only two games before injuries sidelined him -- has announced his retirement.
Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee said Monday that he was penalized in Sunday's loss to the Raiders for using a racial slur.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said a replay official's decision not to overturn a call in this past Saturday's win over Illinois was the worst call he's ever seen in football.
Indians infielder Jason Kipnis grew up such a true Cubs fan, but he doesn't hold a grudge against Steve Bartman, saying the infamous fan should get the chance to throw out a first pitch.
The Mississippi chapter of the NAACP is requesting a federal investigation over allegations that an African-American player had a noose put around his neck in a high school locker room incident.
Nebraska native Pete Kostelnick has run from San Francisco to New York City in 42 days, besting the previous record of 46 days set in 1980.
As a teenager, LeBron James remembers looking up to the Cleveland rafters and noting its scant offerings. Now he'll help hang the ultimate prize high above the court.
LeBron and the Cavs retain the throne, but it may only be a matter of time until Golden State vaults to No. 1. See where all 30 teams land as the Committee readies for the 2016-17 season.
It looks like the most predictable NBA title matchup ever, but a Warriors-Cavaliers Finals isn't close to a sure thing. Seriously.
Under Armour has unveiled a new marketing campaign around Stephen Curry, and it's a different approach as Curry enters the next phase of his career.
How confident are you in your pick? Which manager has the edge? We asked our experts for five predictions heading into the World Series and they answered.
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Matthew Stafford's past 16 games haven't just been the best of his career; they have vaulted him into the conversation of elite NFL quarterbacks. Others can follow.
The Eagles continue to win the internet with their makeshift highlights since the NFL now prohibits using any video from within its stadiums.
The Cowboys are winning with QB Dak Prescott. Do they mess with the formula and reinsert Tony Romo? The team has dealt with similar situations before.
Leonard Fournette and Baker Mayfield have bounced back big time. The same goes for Washington and Auburn. What other players and teams are the biggest wild cards down the home stretch?
Jets quarterback Geno Smith tore the ACL in his right knee during Sunday's game against the Ravens. The Jets will return to Ryan Fitzpatrick as starting quarterback, coach Todd Bowles said.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has his suggestion to determine a last-second winner in tied games -- one last field-goal attempt.
Josh Brown is not expected to appeal the NFL's decision to place him on the commissioner's exempt list, a league source told ESPN.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians took issue with the ruling on Arizona's blocked 39-yard FG attempt in the second quarter, contending that Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner touched long-snapper Aaron Brewer.
Insider's fantasy basketball draft cheat sheet has all of the information you'll need to win your league, with rankings from Joe Kaiser, Jim McCormick and more.
The Canadiens are cruising, and Connor McDavid and the Oilers and Steven Stamkos and the Lightning are hot on their heels. Meanwhile, the Maple Leafs seem destined to blow big leads every game.
The open-water swim from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco can be treacherous, but it was more like a day at the beach for Brad Snyder, a Paralympian who lost his sight serving his country.
El entrenador del FC Dallas dijo respetar el trabajo que ha realizado Klinsmann con el representativo de las Barras y las Estrellas.
Broncos beat Texans 27-9 on ESPN's Monday Night Football to close out NFL Week 7. The ViewFromVegas is they covered as 9-point home favorites and the game stayed under the total of 40. NFL underdogs went 9-6 ATS this weekend and are 54-45-6 ATS (54.5 percent) on the season with two games closing pick 'em. Home and road teams split 7-7 ATS with no home team in London, but road teams lead 50-49-6 ATS with two London games not included. Unders were 9-6, but overs lead 56-50-1 (52.8 percent).
Broncos CBs Aqib Talib and Chris Harris...Challenged routes tonight versus the Texans. Physical. Played with technique. This will be a good tape for young DBs to study. That's how you compete in the secondary.
Broncos haven't lost two consecutive home games or lost three games in a row since the 2011 season. And the 27-9 win over the Texans Monday night kept those streaks intact.
Really impressed with Broncos rookie RB Devontae Booker tonight. He hits the hole with speed and runs with power. Very physical at the point of attack, too. Looks like a fit for the Denver run game. Booker has 17 carries on the night for 83 yards (4.9 yards per carry) and a touchdown.
Per NFL SVP of officiating Dean Blandino, Brock Osweiler's fumble was upheld on replay because the NFL rule book says a player's hand must be coming forward with complete control to be ruled a pass. The ball, according to Blandino, started to get loose "just as [the] hand comes forward." That falls short of the replay standard for a "clear and obvious" mistake to overturn.
This is what the Broncos have done with marquee receivers this season. DeAndre Hopkins has three catches for 17 yards on 10 targets.
There was no clear and obvious indication that officials erred in ruling a fumble by Brock Osweiler, so the call stood. It looked to me like the ball was starting to come loose as his arm came forward. The fumble call had merit.
Broncos running back C.J. Anderson now needs 10 yards rushing to have his first career 100-yard rushing game before Halloween.
The Broncos take a 21-9 lead over the Texans on Devontae Booker's one-yard TD run, but the key play in that drive came on Trevor Siemian's 31-yard pass to Emmanuel Sanders. With the ball thrown to the back-shoulder, Sanders made an excellent adjustment to finish the play versus good coverage down the field. That set up the Broncos scoring position.
With the 1-yard touchdown run by Devontae Booker the Broncos have rushed for 139 yards with 40 seconds left in third quarter to go with two rushing touchdowns.
Brock Osweiler is averaging 2.7 yards per pass attempt tonight. That would be the fourth-lowest by a Texans starter in team history.
Brock Osweiler has 60 yards passing. Fewest for a starting Texans QB: David Carr 32, Dave Ragone 64, Carr 70, Ragone 71, Matt Schaub 77.
The Broncos defense won't be thrilled they've surrendered 101 rushing yards with six minutes gone in the third quarter, but they have left the Texans with little room to work overall as Houston has 58 passing yards.
The Broncos have paid Trevor Siemian $216,176 so far this season. The Texans have paid Brock Osweiler $18.6 million since acquiring him.
Will Fuller V's past 12 quarters of football: 14 targets, 0 fantasy points. Certainly boom/bust to date, but at least his schedule begins to get better next week (vs. Lions).
At halftime Broncos with a 14-6 lead at halftime and have rushed for 96 yards in the first half, which is more yards than they've rushed for in each of the last four games. C.J, Anderson has 54 yards on seven carries and Devontae Booker has 42 yards on six carries.
The Broncos are leaning on the quick passing game tonight. That produced a touchdown for Demaryius Thomas fantasy owners on the out route inside the five-yard line. However, Thomas is only averaging 6.2 yards per catch. At the half, Thomas has five receptions (on seven targets) for just 31 yards to go along with his touchdown grab.
I'm going to go contrarian and give Gary Kubiak the benefit of the doubt on deciding not to push for a field goal before halftime. For the most part this season, he has pushed the right buttons with a Broncos offense that looked much, much worse in the one game he did not coach this season. There's nothing to suggest that this game is going to be a shootout and he's got 14 points already.
Texans QB Brock Osweiler has struggled in his return to Denver, going 9-for-17 for 46 yards in six first-half possessions against the Broncos. Houston trails 14-6 at halftime. The Houston offense has not been able to get into a rhythm, and has just four first downs in the half. The defense played well to start the game, but gave up touchdowns on back-to-back possessions to take a 14-6 lead.
The Broncos jump to a 14-6 lead over the Texans on Trevor Siemian's four-yard TD pass to Demaryius Thomas. With Texans CB Kareem Jackson playing off-man coverage (and giving ground at the snap), Thomas had a lot of room to work. Run the quick out route for six points. That's stealing.
Broncos have found a little something as they were in a two-back set for four plays on that drive and gained 47 yards on those four plays.
After five possessions Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler is 5-of-13 passing for 22 yards.
Joe Maddon told me today that the Cubs will make a decision on their 25th player in the morning. It is expected that Kyle Schwarber will be added to the roster. Maddon said they will discuss whether they should take a pitcher or position player off the roster. If it's a pitcher it could be Rob Zastryzny or if position player could be Jorge Soler.
The Texans' defense forced three 3-and-outs to start the game, but the Broncos had a 10-play, 85-yard drive on their fourth possession. Entering the game, Denver had three 3-and-outs in the first quarter all season. (ESPN Stats & Info).
Broncos with a 10-play drive for the touchdown. They went with two-back set six times in the drive and got the ball to Demaryius Thomas three times in the passing game. Just the kind of drive Gary Kubiak has been looking for.