Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

It sounds like Josh Gordon's hamstring injury is the primary reason he was inactive on Sunday night. Tom Brady to Westwood One radio: "He's working to learn, he's working to understand how we do things, and whenever he's back healthy and out there, that's when we really get to work on seeing what we're all capable of when we're out there."

Eovaldi fans 10 as Red Sox win 106th game (0:30)
Bogaerts ropes an RBI single to left (0:23)
Baynes has coach's confidence from three (0:36)
Baynes wants another ring (1:05)
Betts blasts one over Green Monster (0:24)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The MVP race was crowded with guys having superstar seasons, but it feels like the race is down to one: Mookie Betts. He's now hitting an insane .345/.435/.642 and slugged his 32nd home run tonight. It's one of the great seasons in Red Sox history, alongside Yaz in '67 and Ted Williams in '41, '42 and '46.

Is it time to panic in New England? (2:47)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots had QB Landry Jones, CB David Amerson and WR Dontrelle Inman in for workouts today. The team is always updating its emergency lists.

Ale's 'You Know It, You Love It' MLS Awards (5:28)

Barnwell Show: Pats offense, Mahomes, Fitzpatrick & more

Bill is joined by Doug Farrar of USA Today to discuss the offensive highs and lows of the season thus far, including issues with the Patriots' offense (1:56) as well as the outstanding play of Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City (10:20), Ryan Fitzpatrick in Tampa Bay (23:06) and Drew Brees in New Orleans (32:00). Plus, he touches on his new football book "The Genius of Desperation", which drops on Tuesday (43:37)!

Horford, Celtics going into season with championship mentality (1:36)
Stephen A. sees New England as best destination for Bell (1:03)
Stephen A.: Pats vs. Patricia was 'living nightmare' (1:44)