— Gleyber Torres and the New York Yankees are rolling into a season-ending divisional gauntlet taking solace in the standings.
- Ware, Mathis among first-year HOF nominees
- Yankees' Severino pitches for 1st time since 2019
- Redick, 37, to retire after 15 seasons in NBA
- Cowboys' McCarthy: Issues forced 56-yard kick
Defensive standouts DeMarcus Ware and Robert Mathis, and receivers Andre Johnson, Steve Smith and Anquan Boldin are among 10 first-year eligible players nominated for the 2022 Class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Monday's home opener vs. Philadelphia is the first of three straight at AT&T Stadium for the Cowboys with an opportunity to get on a roll. “To have three in a row you definitely want to take advantage of that,” Mike McCarthy said. “At the end of the day these games are so hard to win, especially on the road. And the hardest games are the division games. That is really what our focus is on. I didn't even talk about all three games to our team. We are all about Philadelphia right now.”
New York's Luis Severino took the mound in a major-league game on Tuesday for the first time since the 2019 American League Championship Series, working the final two innings of the Yankees' win over the Texas Rangers.
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The Raiders' defense looks vastly improved. Teddy Bridgewater is a perfect fit in Denver. And Brandon Aiyuk has only one catch for the 49ers.
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— After their biggest bats did plenty of damage, the New York Yankees auditioned a new bullpen weapon for the stretch drive: Luis Severino.
JJ Redick, who played for the Pelicans and Mavericks last season, announced his retirement from the NBA after 15 seasons in the league.
Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider
After 15 seasons in the NBA, JJ Redick announced his retirement this morning.
Dereck Lively's commitment on Monday night amped up the quest for No. 1 between Duke coach-in-waiting Jon Scheyer and Kentucky's John Calipari.
Deebo Samuel is among the top point-getters at receiver, Sam Darnold looks improved and Devin Singletary has stepped it up a notch.
The Cowboys aren't far from 0-2. But they eked out a needed win on the road that could provide the foundation the season is built upon.
— Maligned for poor defense and a bat that failed to fulfill promise for long stretches, Gary Sánchez impresses the Yankees with resilience.
Oklahoma is making a run at the No. 2 overall spot, but things mostly remain the same at the top of this week's SP+ rankings.
Were you not entertained? Another NFL Sunday meant another round of "What just happened?" moments. From the Ravens honoring Omar to ageless Tom Brady, here's what you might have missed during Week 2.
Judging Week 2 NFL overreactions: Are the Cowboys the NFC East favorite? Are the Raiders contenders?
Dallas got its first win, while Las Vegas moved to 2-0 after a victory in Pittsburgh. Let's overreact to what happened in Week 2.
Mike McCarthy said the Cowboys did not settle for a 56-yard field goal to decide Sunday's game on purpose.
With the AP poll coming out, here's what is next up for each team in the new rankings.
— Throughout his rehab from a broken ankle last season, Dak Prescott thought about what it would feel like to be on the field again and lead the Dallas Cowboys on a game-winning drive.
— Lucas Giolito feels like the Chicago White Sox are right where they need to be as they close in on their first AL Central title since 2008.