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NFL rookie recap: Bills’ Josh Allen, Cardinals’ Josh Rosen impress in their second preseason games

The second full week of the NFL preseason continued Friday with five games. Rookie quarterbacks Josh Allen and Josh Rosen delivered impressive performances while multiple receivers rebounded with strong showings in their second preseason games. Here we take a look at how some of the top rookies performed this week as the regular season draws closer. Josh Allen,...

The second full week of the NFL preseason continued Friday with five games. Rookie quarterbacks Josh Allen and Josh Rosen delivered impressive performances while multiple receivers rebounded with strong showings in their second preseason games.

Here we take a look at how some of the top rookies performed this week as the regular season draws closer.

Josh Allen, QB, Bills

Stat line: 9 of 13 passing, 60 yards and one touchdown

Allen was solid in his second preseason game. He threw for 60 yards and connected with Rod Streater for a touchdown pass in the second quarter. Allen’s role, however, could expand regardless of how he plays in the final two preseason tune-ups. Bills projected starting quarterback AJ McCarron reportedly suffered a fractured collarbone and could miss significant time.

Josh Rosen, QB, Cardinals

Stat line: 10 of 16 passing, 106 yards and one touchdown

Rosen rebounded from an up-and-down performance last week with a strong showing against the Saints. He threw for 106 yards and a touchdown. Arizona came away with a 20-16 victory over New Orleans.

Christian Kirk, WR, Cardinals

Stat line: Four receptions, 49 yards and one touchdown

The second-round pick led the Cardinals with four receptions for 49 yards in their 20-15 win in New Orleans. He also hauled in a 13-yard touchdown pass from fellow rookie Rosen in the second quarter. Kirk totaled just nine yards last week.

Nick Chubb, RB, Browns

Stat line: 11 carries, 53 yards, one touchdown

The second round pick out of Georgia made his case for more handoffs against the Bills on Friday. Chubb averaged 4.8 yards on 11 carries and scored a 1-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. He tallied just 11 rushing yards on 15 carries in his preseason debut.

Baker Mayfield, QB, Browns

Stat line: 7 of 13 passing, 75 yards and no touchdowns

Mayfield’s stat line was not as eye catching as the one he delivered in his preseason debut. But, he still showed promise. The No. 1 overall pick completed seven of his 13 passes for 75 yards. He also added eight yards on the ground in the Browns’ 19-17 loss to the Bills. Mayfield threw for two touchdowns and 212 yards in his first preseason game.

Saquon Barkley, RB, Giants

Stat line: Did not play

Barkley was held out of the Giants second preseason game against the Lions after he suffered a hamstring injury in practice Monday. New York coach Pat Shurmur told reporters Tuesday that Barkley is “day-to-day.”

Ian Thomas, TE, Panthers

Stat line: Two receptions, 35 yards, one touchdown

Thomas was an unheralded fourth-round draft pick out of the University of Texas at San Antonio. But, he impressed in Carolina’s second preseason game. He hauled in two passes for 35 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter.

Calvin Ridley, WR, Falcons

Stat line: Three receptions, 49 yards and one touchdown

Ridley had a breakout game Friday. After struggling in his preseason debut, Ridley caught three passes for 49 yards and a touchdown in Atlanta’s 28-14 loss to the Chiefs. He also returned two kicks for 52 yards. Ridley tallied just one catch and lost two yards against the Jets last week.

Sam Darnold, QB, Jets

Stat line: 8 of 11 passing, 62 yards and one interception

Darnold has impressed at practice and earned the start to lead the New York’s offense against Washington. After an early three-and-out, Darnold settled in a bit, but he couldn’t find much success lining up behind his center.

In the first half against the Redskins, Darnold went 6 for 6 for 42 yards when in the shotgun. However, when under center, he was just 2 for 5 for 20 yards and an interception. Darnold left plenty of room for improvement, but he also gave Jets fans hope for the future.

James Washington, WR, Steelers

Stat line: Five receptions, 114 yards and two touchdowns

It appears the Steelers may have found a gem with the 60th pick in the draft. Washington, an explosive talent out of Oklahoma State, torched the Packers secondary, averaging 22.8 yards per catch.

More importantly for Steelers coaches, Washington, who is known more as a deep threat, displayed toughness and fight going up for the rock. If Washington can continue to expand his route tree, Pittsburgh may not miss Martavis Bryant this season.

Dallas Goedert, TE, Eagles

Stat line: Three receptions, 57 yards and zero touchdowns

Goedert may not get the same level of buzz as some of the other rookie pass catchers (mainly because the Eagles still have veteran Zach Ertz), but the small-school rook oozes NFL potential.

Selected in the second round out of South Dakota State, Goedert has shown the same big-play ability that caught the defending Super Bowl champions’ eye. His stat line may seem underwhelming, but Goedert hauled in two long receptions. He could be a major third-down and goal-line threat this season.



Little League World Series 2018: Bracket, scores, schedule, how to watch live

Little League World Series (Getty Images) The 72nd Little League World Series began Aug. 16 and will continue until the LLWS championship game on Aug. 26 in Williamsport, Pa.  Sixteen teams made up of 11- and 12-year-olds are in the final event of an international tournament that began July 28 with a series in Easley, S.C. The LLWS’s international teams will hope to...

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Little League World Series (Getty Images)

The 72nd Little League World Series began Aug. 16 and will continue until the LLWS championship game on Aug. 26 in Williamsport, Pa. 

Sixteen teams made up of 11- and 12-year-olds are in the final event of an international tournament that began July 28 with a series in Easley, S.C.

The LLWS’s international teams will hope to continue their winning streak after a team from Tokyo won last year’s LLWS. 

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Here’s everything you need to know about the 2018 Little League World Series, including bracket, schedule and how to watch live.

2018 Little League World Series bracket

Download the full 2018 Little League World Series bracket here; see the LLWS schedule and scores below. 

LLWS schedule, scores

The 2018 Little League World Series begins on Friday, Aug. 16, and ends with the championship game (U.S. winner vs. International winner) on Sunday, Aug. 26. The full LLWS schedule is available here. (​All times Eastern.)

Thursday, Aug. 16
Game 1, 1 p.m.: Asia-Pacific Region 4, Caribbean Region 2
Game 2, 3 p.m.: Mid-Atlantic Region 5, Midwest Region 2
Game 3, 5 p.m.: Mexico Region 3, Australia Region 2, 9 innings
Game 4, 7 p.m.: Southwest Region 3, New England Region 1
Friday, Aug. 17
Game 5, 2 p.m.: Japan Region 11, Europe-Africa Region 1
Game 6, 4 p.m.: Great Lakes Region 5, Northwest Region 4
Game 7, 6 p.m.: Latin America Region 8, Canada Region 3
Game 8, 8 p.m.: West Region 2, Southeast Region 0, 11 innings
Saturday, Aug. 18
Game 9, 1 p.m.: Caribbean vs. Australia, ESPN
Game 10, 3 p.m.: Midwest vs. New England, ABC
Game 11, 6 p.m.: Europe-Africa vs. Canada, ESPN
Game 12, 8 p.m.: Northwest vs. Southeast, ESPN
Sunday, Aug. 19
Game 13, 9 a.m.: Asia-Pacific vs. Mexico, ESPN
Game 14, 11 a.m.: Southwest vs. Mid-Atlantic, ESPN
Game 15, 1 p.m.: Japan vs. TBD, ESPN
Game 16, 2 p.m.: Great Lakes vs. West, ABC
Monday, Aug. 20
LLWS Game A, 11 a.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 17, 1 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 18, 3 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 19, 6 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN2
Game 20, 8 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN2
Tuesday, Aug. 21
LLWS Game B, 11 a.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 21, 3 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 22, 7:30 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Wednesday, Aug. 22
Game 23, 3 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 24, 7:30 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Thursday, Aug. 23
Game 25, 3 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Game 26, 7 p.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
Saturday, Aug. 25
LLWS international championship, 12:30 p.m.: Teams TBD, ABC
LLWS United States championship, 3:30 p.m.: Teams TBD, ABC
Sunday, Aug. 26
LLWS consolation game, 10 a.m.: Teams TBD, ESPN
LLWS championship game, 3 p.m.: Teams TBD, ABC

How to watch the LLWS live

The 2018 Little League World Series will be broadcast live on the ESPN family of networks and ABC. The LLWS will also be live-streamed online and via the WatchESPN app.

For radio, WRAK (1200 AM/1400 AM/94.9 FM) on iHeart Radio in Williamsport, Pa., will broadcast the 2018 LLWS.

Little League World Series highlights

Highlights from the 2018 Little League World Series will be available at Videos.LittleLeague.org. Here’s a look at some of the best highlights in LLWS history: 

Little League World Series teams, rosters

Get to know the teams and players in the 2018 Little League World Series. Team rosters are linked to each region below. 

United States teams

REGION TEAM LOCATION
Great Lakes Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores LL Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
Mid-Atlantic Mid Island LL Staten Island, New York
Midwest Grandview LL Des Moines, Iowa
New England Coventry LL Coventry, Rhode Island
Northwest Coeur d’Alene LL Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Southeast Peachtree City American LL Peachtree City, Georgia
Southwest Post Oak LL Houston, Texas
West Honolulu LL Honolulu, Hawaii

International teams

REGION TEAM LOCATION
Asia-Pacific South Seoul LL Seoul, South Korea
Australia Gold Coast Baseball Assoc LL Gold Coast, Queensland
Canada Whalley LL Surrey, British Columbia
Caribbean Radames Lopez LL Guayama, Puerto Rico
Europe-Africa Catalunya LL Barcelona, Spain
Japan Kawaguchi LL Kawaguchi, Japan
Latin America Vacamonte LL Arraijan, Panama
Mexico Matamoros LL Matamoros, Tamaulipas



NBA trade rumors: Heat not interested in dealing for Rockets forward Ryan Anderson

Ryan Anderson (Getty Images) The Heat do not want to trade for Ryan Anderson. The Rockets have reportedly been shopping the 30-year-old forward and some have speculated Miami would be interested in acquiring him. But, the Heat are not looking to deal for Anderson at this time, according to a report from the Miami Herald....

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Ryan Anderson (Getty Images)

The Heat do not want to trade for Ryan Anderson.

The Rockets have reportedly been shopping the 30-year-old forward and some have speculated Miami would be interested in acquiring him. But, the Heat are not looking to deal for Anderson at this time, according to a report from the Miami Herald.

Anderson averaged 9.3 points and five rebounds in 26.1 minutes per game for Houston last season. He has knocked down 38.2 percent of his 3-point attempts over his 10-year career.

Anderson has two years and a little more than $40 million remaining on his current deal. The Rockets have also reportedly discussed sending him to the Hawks in exchange for Kent Bazemore.

The Heat have reportedly been attempting to move center Hassan Whiteside and shooting guard Tyler Johnson this offseason. Miami, however, has yet to find a trade partner, according to multiple reports.



NASCAR moves up Saturday's night race at Bristol because of rainy forecast

Bristol Motor Speedway (Getty Images) Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series night race at Bristol Motor Speedway will start an hour earlier than originally scheduled because of potential for inclement weather, NASCAR and track officials announced Friday. The Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race will start at 6:30 p.m. ET in Bristol, Tenn. Friday’s Xfinity Series Food City 300...

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Bristol Motor Speedway (Getty Images)

Saturday’s NASCAR Cup Series night race at Bristol Motor Speedway will start an hour earlier than originally scheduled because of potential for inclement weather, NASCAR and track officials announced Friday.

The Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race will start at 6:30 p.m. ET in Bristol, Tenn.

Friday’s Xfinity Series Food City 300 at Bristol also has been moved up by 15 minutes, to 7:15 p.m. ET. Pole qualifying for the Cup Series race remains at 5:40 p.m. Friday.

According to NASCAR.com, the decision to adjust the two nights’ race schedules was reached Friday morning, based on the forecast of rain over the next 24-36 hours.

That forecast, according to Weather.com, calls for an 80 percent chance of thunderstorms early in the evening Saturday, but drops off after that to 40 percent chance of scattered storms. The same forecast shows an increasing chance of rain Friday afternoon into the evening. 

Saturday’s Cup Series race is the 24th of 26 regular-season races as the chance for playoff qualifying dwindles.



Martin Kaymer says he doesn't deserve Ryder Cup spot

Martin Kaymer (Getty Images) Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer doesn’t expect a trip to France this fall to compete in the 2018 Ryder Cup. Kaymer, 33, winner of the 2010 PGA Championship as well as the 2014 U.S. Open and Players Championship, has fallen on tough times this year. He entered this week’s Nordea Masters...

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Martin Kaymer (Getty Images)

Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer doesn’t expect a trip to France this fall to compete in the 2018 Ryder Cup.

Kaymer, 33, winner of the 2010 PGA Championship as well as the 2014 U.S. Open and Players Championship, has fallen on tough times this year. He entered this week’s Nordea Masters ranked 127th in the world with three missed cuts in his last four starts.

Through two rounds this week, Kaymer is tied for seventh at 6 under. But he doesn’t think a win would be enough to make the Ryder Cup team.

“Do you think I deserve to be on the game after the way I’ve been playing, and with just one win in Sweden?” Kaymer said, via golfchannel.com. “Is that enough? I don’t think so.”

Kaymer has played on the last four Ryder Cup teams, proving an important member of the European squad, but the German star has slid in and out of form throughout his career, and his 5-6-3 Ryder Cup record may not be enough to save his poor recent form.

The Ryder Cup promises to entertain this fall, with both the U.S. and European squads filled with talent. But guys like Kaymer, Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson all have their work cut out to make the team.



Khabib Nurmagomedov upset by 'modern Dagestan' holding hip-hop concert, causes uproar

(Getty Images) In June, Azerbaijani rap duo HammAli & Navai performed at a concert in the Dagestan capital of Makhachkala. Such an event is infrequent in the republic and the fact it happened caused Dagestani native and UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagoemedov to take to his Instagram account and voice his displeasure for the way the kids at the concert were acting....

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In June, Azerbaijani rap duo HammAli & Navai performed at a concert in the Dagestan capital of Makhachkala. Such an event is infrequent in the republic and the fact it happened caused Dagestani native and UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagoemedov to take to his Instagram account and voice his displeasure for the way the kids at the concert were acting.

“Modern Dagestan. Is this what was bequeathed to us by righteous predecessors?” he asked, incredulously.

 

Современный Дагестан. Разве это завещали нам праведные предшественники.

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Nurmagomedov is very religious and frequently posts passages from the Quran, which would explain his position, but his traditionalist views sparked criticism from fans. They responded to his post unkindly, saying things like, “Making homeless people do push-ups ups for money, is this what was bequeathed to us by righteous predecessors?”

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Before things spiraled out of control, “The Eagle” released a statement on Instagram clarifying his previous remarks. 

“If I make a statement in my posts, it does not mean that I am such a fine fellow and all of you who read my post are sinners, etc. THIS IS NOT SO,” he wrote.

“First of all, I remind myself of this and only then my subscribers, because I need a reminder. We are all sinners, some less, and some more. There are no ideal people. But we all have to admit that Dagestan needs a reminder, and if athletes like me silently observe what is happening in our Republic, then what will we come to? Just look at the past few months and how many children we lost in Makhachkala. I’m not talking about other problems. Politics do not interest me and I’m not a [State Duma] deputy. This is not a political post. I, as a Dagestani, worry about my republic and what happens in it.”

 

Всевышний сказал: Holy Quran 51:55 وَذَكِّرْ فَإِنَّ الذِّكْرَىٰ تَنفَعُ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ И напоминай, ибо напоминание приносит пользу верующим. 📍 Если я, что то напоминаю в моих постах, это не значит что я имею в виду вот я такой молодец а все вы, кто читает мой пост грешники и т д, ЭТО НЕ ТАК, в первую очередь это я себе напоминаю и только потом моим подписчикам, ведь и я нуждаюсь в напоминании, все мы грешны, кто то меньше, а кто то больше, идеальных людей не существует. Но все мы должны признать, что Дагестан нуждается в напоминании, и если такие спортсмены как я, будут молча наблюдать за тем, что происходит у нас в Республике, тогда к чему мы придём. Просто посмотрите за последние месяцы сколько у нас детей пропало в Махачкале, я уже не говорю про другие проблемы. Политика меня не интересует и не интересовало никогда, и Депутатом я не являюсь если че, и это не политический пост. Я как Дагестанец переживаю за свою республику и за то что происходит в нем. Пусть Аллах наставит нас всех на истинный пусть, в первую очередь меня. #спортвнеполитики

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Nurmagomedov will make his first title defense at UFC 229 when he takes on former lightweight champion Conor McGregor at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.



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