The Cowboys are road favorites Sunday in an NFC East showdown against the Giants that highlights the Week 14 NFL betting slate.
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Steve Smith’s season-ending injury opens up an opportunity for Kamar Aiken, who has proven he can be valuable in Senior’s absence.
Ryan Fitzpatrick suffered an injury early in the first quarter against the Raiders. Find out the latest details on his injury and the Jets quarterback situation.
The Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver went down with an injury late in the third quarter and didn’t return to the game on Sunday. But what happened?
Jeremy Langford enters the fantasy radar after a knee injury to Matt Forte. But just how valuable will the rookie running back be?
The undefeated Panthers host the hapless Colts in Week 8’s Monday Night Football game. What channel is the game? How do you watch the game online? We’ve got all your answers here.
It is unclear if Matt Forte will miss any time after heading to the locker room Sunday with a left knee injury.
Matt Harvey is the best of both worlds for the New York Mets: He’s one of the best pitchers in baseball, and he comes at an affordable price.
Kendall Wright went down with a left knee injury today against the Texans. He didn’t return to the game, but his status for Week 9 is unknown.
Despite missing three games, Todd Gurley has a chance to lead the NFL in rushing as a rookie. That’s a feat that hasn’t been accomplished in 16 years.
Odell Beckham caught three touchdown passes from Eli Manning as the Giants took on the Saints at the Superdome.
Jarrett Jerome Moore is wanted by police after a shooting during homecoming at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina left one dead and one wounded.
Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell left the game Sunday with a knee injury. It’s currently unknown how long he will be out.
Le’Veon Bell has gone down with a knee injury, forcing DeAngelo Williams into the starting role.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell suffered an ugly knee injury Sunday vs. the Cincinnati Bengals.
Le’Veon Bell went down on the sidelines in the first half against Cincinnati.