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Savage returns to game after massive hit on sack.

Tom Savage appears to be shaken up after taking a hard hit in the end zone. After going through concussion protocol, he returns for a series, but is later replaced by T.J. Yates.

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Eli appreciates crowd support in return.

Eli Manning returned to the starting role against Dallas on Sunday. The Giants quarterback said he appreciated the support despite falling short against the Cowboys.

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Steelers honoring Shazier in warmups.

Jim Trotter describes how the Steelers are keeping teammate Ryan Shazier in their thoughts ahead of the Sunday night matchup against the Ravens.

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Heisman honor hasn't set in for Mayfield yet.

The Oklahoma QB shares what has changed since being awarded the 2017 Heisman Trophy.

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Yankees

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Stanton-Judge will be modern-day Mantle-Maris.

With Giancarlo Stanton on the verge of becoming a Yankee, he will join an already stacked lineup that includes Aaron Judge, which should cause problems for opposing pitchers.

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Ohtani: I'm nowhere near Babe Ruth.

New Angel Shohei Ohtani says he's "honored to be compared to Babe Ruth," but doesn't think he's at the Hall of Famer's level.

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