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^Dom Amore: Ron Francis' new mission is building a NHL franchise from scratch in Seattle<


"I went and got my real estate license and was kind of doing that," Francis says, as he waits on a flight from Raleigh, N.C., to Nashville, Tenn. "Then Hockey Canada asked me to co-manage their Spangler Cup team, then they asked me to be part of their management team for the world championships in Slovakia. I did that, and that one kind of got to me a little bit. You kind of got the urge again, saying, 'This is what I've done my whole life. This is what I like to do. Maybe I should rethink this.'"

1100 by Dom Amore. MOVED


^Former Adidas consultant TJ Gassnola sentenced in fraud case connected to NC State<

BKC-GASSNOLA-SENTENCING:RA _ Former Adidas consultant T.J. Gassnola was sentenced to a one-year term of supervised release on Tuesday in a federal court in New York for his role in the sneaker company's pay-for-play scandal, which has ensnared N.C. State's basketball program in an NCAA probe.

Gassnola cooperated as a government witness and had previously plead guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Part of his sentencing on Tuesday included a two-month home detention, with electronic monitoring, and a $100 fine, according to court documents obtained by the News & Observer.

550 by Joe Giglio and Steve Wiseman in Raleigh, N.C. MOVED


^Antonio Brown accused of rape in federal lawsuit<


The woman, Britney Taylor, said in a statement that "As a rape victim of Antonio Brown, deciding to speak out has been an incredibly difficult decision Speaking out removes the shame that I have felt for the past year and places it on the person responsible for my rape. I will cooperate with the NFL and any other agencies; however, at this time, I respectfully request that the media please respect my privacy."

200 by Dennis Young. MOVED


^Patrick Reusse: Twins need Rosario to start answering 'Eddie' chants with hot streak<


800 by Patrick Reusse. MOVED


^Twins dealing with a roster full of injuries<

BBA-TWINS-INJURIES:MS _ At one point during Sunday's series finale against the Cleveland Indians _ the Twins' final meeting in their home park this season against the three-time defending AL Central champions they are trying to unseat _ Rocco Baldelli's team featured two infielders playing out of their normal positions; the third-string catcher behind the plate; a pitcher who started the season in Class A; and two outfielders who didn't yet have a major league hit.

750 by Phil Miller in Minneapolis. MOVED


^Noah Syndergaard addresses catcher controversy, meeting with Mets leadership<

BBN-METS-SYNDERGAARD:HK _ Standing outside the Mets clubhouse, Noah Syndergaard was diplomatic about a leaked meeting he had with the front office and coaching staff about pitching to Wilson Ramos.

He said the notion that he was "livid" is false, instead calling it a "very cordial and adult conversation." He added it won't affect his relationship with Ramos, a catcher he respects. And when asked questions that offered an opportunity to bash manager Mickey Callaway and/or general manager Brodie Van Wagenen, Syndergaard opted against doing so.

It seems he wanted all this to die down.

800 by Justin Toscano in New York. MOVED

^Giants fire eight pro scouts, brace for significant changes<

BBN-GIANTS-SCOUTS:SJ _ With fewer than three weeks left in the regular season, the San Francisco Giants have taken the first steps in their plans to institute widespread changes across various levels of the organization.

First-year president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said the organization has let go of 40% of the team's pro scouts, many of whom played instrumental roles in helping the Giants win three World Series titles in five years.

Former Giants catcher Brian Johnson and former San Jose Giants manager Andy Skeels were among the scouts who did not have their contracts renewed.

700 by Kerry Crowley in San Francisco. MOVED

Tuesday's games

TNS expects coverage from the following games:

NY Yankees at Detroit, 6:40 p.m. EDT

Atlanta at Philadelphia, 7:05 p.m.

LA Dodgers at Baltimore, 7:05 p.m.

Boston at Toronto, 7:07 p.m.

Arizona at NY Mets, 7:10 p.m.

Milwaukee at Miami, 7:10 p.m.

Washington at Minnesota, 7:40 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Texas, 8:05 p.m.

Kansas City at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m.

St. Louis at Colorado, 8:40 p.m.

Pittsburgh at San Francisco, 9:45 p.m.

Cleveland at LA Angels, 10:07 p.m.

Chicago Cubs at San Diego, 10:10 p.m.

Cincinnati at Seattle, 10:10 p.m.


^Dan Wiederer: The Bears' Week 1 implosion felt like the Fyre Festival. So what's next for Mitch Trubisky and the offense?<

FBN-WIEDERER-COLUMN:TB _ An odd vibe smothered Soldier Field late Thursday. In the fourth quarter of a huge game on a big stage, the Bears were driving. They were entering the red zone and knocking on the door of a potential tying touchdown.

It was the type of scenario championship teams live for, a moment confident crowds help fuel. Yet the energy across the lakefront was eerily muted.

Where there once had been deafening excitement, there now was just contagious apprehension. A game that had begun with Super Bowl hype, a season that launched carrying Super Bowl hopes, suddenly had way more anxiety than Chicago was prepared for.

1500 by Dan Wiederer in Chicago. MOVED


^Omar Kelly: While 'Miami Mutiny' is overstated, Dolphins players have issues with direction of franchise<

FBN-DOLPHINS-MUTINY:FL _ Let us address this "Miami Mutiny" head on.

There is no "mutiny" facing the Miami Dolphins.

Players are disappointed, discouraged, frustrated and _ most importantly _ confused.

But they've been that way for weeks, if not months, and despite getting dismantled, 59-10, in the season-opening loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, nothing has changed for the Dolphins.

750 by Omar Kelly in Davie, Fla. MOVED


^Jerry Jones believes Cowboys can be King of the Hill again so start spreading the news<

FBN-COWBOYS-JONES:FT _ Asked for one word to describe his whirlwind week that included him ringing the bell at the New York Stock Exchange and making an immediate $68 million, signing running back Ezekiel Elliott to a $90 million extension and ending with arguably the most impressive season-opening performance in more than a decade, a smiling Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was initially flummoxed.

Jones then started a little tune., "New York, New York" courtesy of Frank Sinatra.

Certainly, it had a lot to do with the 35-17 victory against the New York football Giants at AT&T Stadium on Sunday.

950 by Clarence E. Hill Jr. in Arlington, Texas. MOVED


^Chip Scoggins: 'Nightmares' could power a Vikings dream season<


700 by Chip Scoggins in Minneapolis. MOVED


^Mark Bradley: It's only one loss, but the Falcons better get better<


1050 by Mark Bradley in Atlanta. MOVED

^Ravens weren't the only big winners Sunday as bettor takes home $600,000<

FBN-RAVENS-WAGER:BZ _ The Baltimore Ravens weren't the only big winners Sunday: A bettor made a risky wager on the game, netting $600,000.

150 by Baltimore Sun Staff in Baltimore. MOVED


^Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. plans to continue wearing 'plastic' watch despite league rule<

FBN-BROWNS-BECKHAM:AK _ Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr. doesn't believe the "plastic" Richard Millie watch he sported Sunday against the Tennessee Titans violates a league rule and said Tuesday he will continue to wear it.

"I'll still be wearing it," Beckham said as the Browns prepare for a trip to New York for a "Monday Night Football" appearance against the Jets. "The same way I wear it every day, at practice, I go here, I go there. I've been wearing it. Take a shower with it on. It's just on me.

"It shouldn't be an issue."

400 by Marla Ridenour in Berea, Ohio. MOVED

^Jets sign kicker Sam Ficken to replace ineffective Kaare Vedvik<

FBN-JETS-FICKEN-VEDVIK:NY _ The Jets signed Sam Ficken after the short-lived Kaare Vedvik experiment blew up in their face.

The Jets worked out five kickers on Tuesday before settling on Ficken to replace Vedvik.

Greg Joseph, Elliott Fry, Younghoe Koo and Tristan Vizcaino also had tryouts two days after Vedvik missed a PAT and 45-yard field goal in his Jets debut in a season-opening loss to the Bills, according to sources.

250 by Manish Mehta in New York. MOVED

^Former Raider Neiron Ball dies at 27 after battle with rare brain condition<


250 by Jerry Mcdonald. MOVED

^Scott Fowler: Jameis Winston is the perfect candidate for the Panthers to fix their sack slump<

FBN-FOWLER-COLUMN:CH _ Where's the pass rush going to come from?

That was one of the chief questions for the Carolina Panthers in 2018 _ never satisfactorily answered in a season in which the team finished an uncharacteristic 27th in the NFL in sacks.

And entering the second game of the 2019 NFL season, you still must ask the question. The Panthers had only one sack in their 30-27 loss to the L.A. Rams on Sunday, and that one came from cornerback James Bradberry after a Jared Goff scramble.

That needs to change Thursday night against Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston, who is prone to holding the ball and trying to extend plays.

750 by Scott Fowler in Charlotte, N.C. MOVED


^Eagles DT Malik Jackson to have Lisfranc surgery and likely be out for season, report says<

FBN-EAGLES-JACKSON:PH _ Defensive tackle Malik Jackson likely will be out for the rest of the season because of the Lisfranc injury he suffered Sunday in the Eagles' season opener against the Redskins, NFL Network reported Tuesday.

250 by Les Bowen in Philadelphia. MOVED


^Brad Biggs' Week 2 NFL rankings<


2550 by Brad Biggs. MOVED


^Demaryius Thomas reunites with Adam Gase as Jets ship draft pick to Patriots for veteran WR<


The Jets and Patriots made a minor trade for 31-year-old wide receiver Demaryius Thomas on Tuesday, according to a source. Gang Green will fork over a 2021 sixth-round pick for the veteran pass catcher, who became expendable after New England signed perennial Pro Bowler Antonio Brown.

300 by Manish Mehta. MOVED

^Kevin McNamara: Josh McDaniels welcomes new toy in Antonio Brown<

FBN-MCNAMARA-COLUMN:PJ _ Oh to be Josh McDaniels this week, next week and potentially every week the rest of this NFL season.

No offensive coordinator in football will have as much fun as McDaniels over the next few days and months. He's the kid in the basement stocking his Madden team with All-Pros. His buddy grabs Julio Jones or Tyreek Hill? No problem. McDaniels snaps up DeAndre Hopkins, Davante Adams and Travis Kelce and piles up touchdowns.

His choice to get the ball to all these pass-catching weapons? Tom Brady, of course.

950 by Kevin McNamara in Foxborough, Mass. MOVED


^Browns QB Baker Mayfield practices without wrap on throwing hand<

FBN-BROWNS-MAYFIELD:AK _ Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield practiced Tuesday and threw the ball well without a wrap or any other type of protection on his right hand.

So Mayfield is preparing for the Browns' upcoming "Monday Night Football" matchup against the New York Jets the way coach Freddie Kitchens expected he would.

"Baker's fine. He's good," Kitchens said.

X-rays taken on Mayfield's throwing hand after Sunday's season-opening 43-13 loss to the Tennessee Titans came back negative, but Mayfield left FirstEnergy Stadium with his wrist and hand wrapped as if he were wearing a fingerless glove.

250 by Nate Ulrich in Berea, Ohio. MOVED

^Mike Preston: For a young team, Ravens showed good chemistry _ and humility _ in opener<


The Ravens tried hard not to provide the Dolphins with any bulletin board material last week before heading into the game, but they knew Miami was terrible. In fact, the Dolphins were much worse than the Buffalo Bills team that the Ravens trounced, 47-3, in the season opener last season.

800 by Mike Preston in Baltimore. MOVED


^Omar Kelly: Dolphins coaches take blame for struggles in opener _ and that's what players needed to hear<

FBN-KELLY-COLUMN:FL _ There is a universal theme coming out of Davie this week, and it's as refreshing as a glass of lemonade on a humid South Florida day.

And it's something that needed to be said because the Miami Dolphins players needed to hear it.

The Dolphins stunk in every aspect of football in last Sunday's embarrassing season-opening 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, and coach Brian Flores acknowledged, "that starts with me."

750 by Omar Kelly in Davie, Fla. MOVED


^Jeff Seidel: Detroit Lions' Matt Patricia still isn't the right coach for this team<


New year, new version, new details, new scooter, same crappy ending.

750 by Jeff Seidel. MOVED

^Dwyane Wade and Rick Ross have their sights set on another milestone: owning NFL team<

FBN-WADE-ROSS:MI _ Imagine walking into a NFL owner's suite and seeing Dwyane Wade sitting next to Rick Ross .

Sound far-fetched? Maybe but it's definitely a possibility.

250 by C. Isaiah Smalls II in Miami. MOVED


^Jaguars secondary hoping to bounce back against Texans after dismal performance vs. Chiefs<

FBN-JAGUARS-SECONDARY:JK _ Jaguars starting free safety Jarrod Wilson was hoping to start the new season off the right way.

All he wanted was a win and make a significant impact.

Instead, he contributed to an embarrassing performance from the Jaguars' secondary in Sunday's 40-26 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

At times, Wilson was nowhere in sight to help in coverage on Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins or tight end Travis Kelce.

On other occasions, he came up fast in the box only to be blocked from making a tackle.

650 by John Reid in Jacksonville, Fla. MOVED


^Brad Biggs: Bears' lopsided play-calling in the opener was out of character for Matt Nagy<

FBN-BIGGS-COLUMN:TB _ Over a long weekend, the Bears had time to contemplate where in the world their running game went in the season-opening loss to the Packers before returning to practice Monday at Halas Hall.

While no one has offered up a clear explanation for what happened in the 10-3 loss _ a one-score game the whole way _ coach Matt Nagy is the one who holds the play-call sheet and makes the decisions.

Quarterback Mitch Trubisky attempted 45 passes, the third-highest total in his 27 career starts and dropped back to pass on 53 snaps.

850 by Brad Biggs in Chicago. MOVED


^Raiders' Gareon Conley may face Chiefs on Sunday after scary neck injury<

FBN-RAIDERS-CONLEY:CC _ Gareon Conley, who injured his neck in Monday night's 24-16 win over the Denver Broncos, is doing well enough that coach Jon Gruden isn't ruling him out of playing in Week 2 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

"Happy to see that Gareon Conley seems to be doing OK," Gruden said Tuesday at his weekly press conference. "I think there's a chance he might be able to play this week, but we'll have to update his status tomorrow."

The Raiders did not specify the exact nature of Conley's injury, but Conley updated the fan base on Twitter.

500 by Jerry McDonald in Alameda, Calif. MOVED

^Timmy Jernigan and Eagles' defensive line depth will be tested, with Malik Jackson gone; Akeem Spence signed<

FBN-EAGLES-DEFENSE:PH _ Last spring, when reporters got their first chance to ask Timmy Jernigan how he felt about the Eagles basically giving his starting defensive tackle spot to free-agent signee Malik Jackson, Jernigan said he embraced Jackson's presence, and was looking forward to learning from him.

Asked what he thought when he first heard Jackson was signing for $30 million over three years, Jernigan said: "I don't care. I believe in me. I believe in Timmy, straight up."

950 by Les Bowen in Philadelphia. MOVED


^Panthers' Gerald McCoy: 'I'm going to retire (as) a Buc'<

FBN-PANTHERS-MCCOY-BUCS:PT _ Gerald McCoy didn't like the way his career finished in Tampa Bay with his release after nine seasons, so he plans to write a new ending. The Carolina Panthers defensive tackle says whenever he is done playing, he'll retire as a Buccaneer.

"I'm going to retire a Buc. I can tell you that now," McCoy told reporters in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday. "Yeah. What do they do? One-day contracts? Ten-hour contracts? Whatever. I don't know what it's called. I'm going to retire (as) a Buc."

450 by Rick Stroud in Tampa, Fla. MOVED



^Kristian Winfield: The inside story of how Kevin Durant picked Brooklyn and the Nets<

BKN-WINFIELD-COLUMN:NY _ Here's how Kevin Durant made his decision to join the Nets this summer: He met his manager, Rich Kleiman, for lunch at Cipriani's in SoHo, and Kleiman gave his client one last overview of the teams and his options.

"All right. Well, I'm going with Brooklyn," Durant remembered telling his agent, in an interview with WSJ. Magazine. Just like that _ no meeting with Nets brass, no PowerPoint presentation _ Brooklyn snagged the biggest fish in free agency, and it was unbeknownst to them until Durant announced the decision on his Instagram page.

650 by Kristian Winfield in New York. MOVED

^Kevin Durant on joining, leaving the Warriors: 'I'll never be one of those guys'<


600 by Gary Peterson. MOVED

^Sixers: No discipline for Mike Scott after fight with Eagles fans<

BKN-SIXERS-SCOTT-FIGHT:PH _ Mike Scott won't be disciplined by the Sixers after getting into a heated scuffle with Eagles fans outside Lincoln Financial Field before the team's season-opening win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.

400 by Rob Tornoe in Philadelphia. MOVED


^Goran Dragic deals with new Heat reality after nearly being dealt<

^BKN-HEAT-DRAGIC:FL_< By the end of last season, the question was whether 7-Eleven would be back in business for the Miami Heat, after injuries held Dion Waiters and Goran Dragic out of the lineup for extended stretches.

The drama continued with the Heat apparently attempting to trade Dragic to the Dallas Mavericks in the complex June machinations that landed free-agent Jimmy Butler from the Philadelphia 76ers.

750 by Ira Winderman in Miami. MOVED


^Hornets owner Michael Jordan pledges another $1 million for hurricane relief<

BKN-HORNETS-JORDAN-DORIAN:CH _ Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan has pledged a $1 million contribution to relief efforts in the Bahamas, in response to the destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian.

Jordan's pledge comes a year after he made a similar contribution in response to Hurricane Florence. Jordan, who grew up in Wilmington, pledged $2 million after Florence caused severe damage up and down the North and South Carolina coasts.

Dorian stalled over the Bahamas, leaving approximately 70,000 people homeless and causing at least 45 deaths.

300 by Rick Bonnell in Charlotte, N.C. MOVED



^After offer-sheet drama, Hurricanes star Sebastian Aho ready to work<

HKN-HURRICANES-AHO:RA _ Sebastian Aho scrimmaged Tuesday with his Carolina Hurricanes teammates at Raleigh Center Ice, did some extra skating and then spent time taking shots before finishing up the informal workout.

Had things gone differently on July 1, had the Montreal Canadiens not made an offer sheet for Aho, had Aho not signed it, the Canes center might not have been at RCI. Aho might still be in Finland, waiting for a new contract extension to be hammered out with management.

1150 by Chip Alexander in Raleigh, N.C. MOVED



^Trevor Lawrence off to slow start statistically. Here's how Clemson QB is handling it.<


600 by Matt Connolly. MOVED


^Teddy Greenstein: Do today's college football players know who Joe Montana is?<


The Instagram handle @coachfitz51 has 1,692 followers and zero posts. Perfect.

Northwestern is honoring the 1949 Rose Bowl champion Wildcats this weekend. The team's honorary captain for their game Saturday against UNLV will be Ed Tunnicliff, who had a 45-yard touchdown run in the 20-14 win against Cal.

When Fitzgerald was asked how he might educate his players about that team, the coach replied: "They don't know who Walter Payton is, all right?"

500 by Teddy Greenstein. MOVED


^Quarterback Feleipe Franks leads Florida into SEC play against nemesis Kentucky<

FBC-FLORIDA-FRANKS:OS _ Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks looks to make his third crack at Kentucky one to remember.

Not that he ever will forget the first two meetings against the Wildcats _ games that ended in an unceremonious benching for Franks in 2017 and a historic loss for his Gators last season.

By focusing on what lies ahead and having perspective, Franks, a redshirt junior, has put past struggles behind him and grown into a winning quarterback for No. 9 UF (2-0).

700 by Edgar Thompson in Gainesville, Fla. MOVED


^Ohio State has looked good, but Ryan Day says it's now time to avoid complacency<

FBN-OHIOSTATE-DAY:OH _ Coming off a dominating victory over Cincinnati, the Ohio State football team opens Big Ten play this week against an Indiana team that has proven to be pesky in recent years.

"We know going on the road, first conference game, it's going to be a tough game," Buckeyes coach Ryan Day said Tuesday in his weekly news conference.

350 by Bill Rabinowitz in Columbus, Ohio. MOVED


^Mike Jensen: Temple women sound off about the field hockey game they didn't finish _- because of fireworks for football team<


"It was said that the fire marshal needed us evacuated," Barnett said after Monday's practice back at 13th and Girard. "So my first thought was that we're in danger, we need to be safe, get in a safe zone. But then finding out that was for fireworks for a football game "

The game was at Kent State, but the opponent was Maine. Both teams were told to stop after a first overtime, that there wasn't time to finish their game.

For fireworks.

750 by Mike Jensen. MOVED



^Fantasy football Week 2: Add and drop<


Here are my best bets off the waiver wire for Week 2.

750 by Eddie Brown. MOVED



^Phil Rosenthal: ESPN introduced an ugly 'Monday Night Football' graphic. Viewers complained _ it was gone by halftime.<


But a terrible new down-and-distance graphic that many viewers mistook as signaling a penalty?

That was gone after the first half of the first game of Monday's season-opening doubleheader, setting what appeared to be some kind of land-speed record for complaints-to-correction.

Literally, fans tweeted for two quarters of the Texans-Saints showdown about how much they loathed it and _ poof! _ it was gone.

650 by Phil Rosenthal. MOVED


^Longtime Detroit sportscaster Fred McLeod dead at 67<

BKN-MCLEOD-OBIT:DE _ Longtime Detroit sportscaster Fred McLeod died late Monday night at the age of 67, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced Tuesday.

McLeod was a fixture on Detroit television in the 1980s and '90s, where he spent 24 years working for Channel 2 and Channel 4 and more than two decades as the play-by-play announcer for the Detroit Pistons.

500 by Dave Birkett in Detroit. MOVED


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