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^For Patriot fathers, finding family time is biggest challenge<

FBN-PATRIOTS-FATHERS-SPORTSPLUS:PJ _ When you're in the NFL, you don't get a lot of time off in-season. If you're a parent, you need to make the most of every moment. For players with kids who live across the country, it's a big challenge.

That's why Mohamed Sanu spends so much time on airplanes.

The new Patriots wide receiver is a proud father of 4-year-old Mohamed Sanu Jr., who lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. When he has an off day, he typically jumps on a flight to Ohio the night before to take his son to school the next morning.

1400 by Mark Daniels in Foxborough, Mass. MOVED


^UCLA coach Chip Kelly says he remains fully committed to staying with Bruins<


Redshirt junior guard Michael Alves, who has another season of eligibility remaining, walked with the departing seniors in a pregame farewell ceremony. Junior cornerback Darnay Holmes, widely considered a prospect for the 2020 NFL draft, did not.

A few hours later, the Bruins' most polarizing figure appeared to solve the mystery surrounding his status. Coach Chip Kelly described his commitment to the Bruins as "the same since I've been here; it's been 100%."

800 by Ben Bolch in Pasadena, Calif. MOVED



^Paul Sullivan: It's decision time on Addison Russell. Do the Cubs want to pay him around $5 million or will they say goodbye?<

^BBN-SULLIVAN-COLUMN:TB_< After making the controversial decision to tender a contract to infielder Addison Russell last December, the Cubs enter Monday's arbitration deadline with more questions to answer.

Does Russell have a shot at being the everyday second baseman in 2020, and if not, is it worth paying him $5 million or more to be a part-time player?

Russell is one of seven arbitration-eligible Cubs who must be tendered a contract by Monday night, along with Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Willson Contreras, Kyle Schwarber, Albert Almora Jr. and Kyle Ryan.

700 by Paul Sullivan in Chicago. MOVED


^Peter Schmuck: Dumping Jonathan Villar might make sense for Orioles rebuild, but fans don't have to like it<

BBA-SCHMUCK-COLUMN:BZ _ Let's be honest. Veteran infielder Jonathan Villar was never going to be part of the Orioles long-term future.

He's fun to watch and he puts up numbers _ some of the best numbers on the Orioles stat sheet last season _ but the price to keep him purely for entertainment value in 2020 was going to be too high.

650 by Peter Schmuck in Baltimore. MOVED



^New Seahawks safety Quandre Diggs already drawing high praise from Pete Carroll<

FBN-SEAHAWKS-DIGGS:SE _ Quentin Jammer is already chuckling before he begins to tell the story of how he hardened his little brother in the front yard of their home in Angleton, Texas.

"It wasn't abuse " Jammer insists now, a classic older-brother preface to any good little-brother hijinks.

As with most things Jammer did with his little brother, Quandre Diggs, this story revolved around football.

1150 by Adam Jude in Renton, Wash. MOVED

^Nick Canepa: A quick review of the NFL list of top backs<

FBN-CANEPA-COLUMN:SD _ There are so many things I don't know, you know? Simple things, such as how to get home from my driveway.

But I like to think I know something about great running backs. I've been studying them since I first saw Hopalong Cassady hopping in the rain at the Rose Bowl, and Jaguar Jon Arnett's brilliant broken-field running for USC and the Rams.

My favorite positions in teams sports are tailbacks, point guards and center fielders, but backs most fascinate me. People try to compare them, but it's stupid. Every great running back is different. No exceptions.

550 by Nick Canepa in San Diego. MOVED


^Daniel Jones throws three INTs to Packers, Giants officially eliminated from playoffs<

FBN-PACKERS-GIANTS:NY _ Sunday's 31-13 blowout Giants loss to the Green Bay Packers has Big Blue on the cusp of history.

And not the good kind.

The Giants (2-10) have lost eight straight games following Daniel Jones' three interceptions and Aaron Rodgers' easy, four-touchdown day on a snowy MetLife Stadium track.

400 by Pat Leonard in New York. MOVED

^Bob Glauber: John Mara has a decision to make on Pat Shurmur and Dave Gettleman<


"I'm well aware of it," Shurmur said a few minutes after the Giants lost to the Packers, 31-13, their eighth straight defeat. "People will change what they think of us and me when we win games. I'm a realist and I get that. When you don't win, I expect what's written and said and what people think. I expect fans to be upset, because we are, too."

850 by Bob Glauber. MOVED

^Ravens beat 49ers, 20-17, on Justin Tucker's last-second 49-yard field goal for 8th straight win<

FBN-49ERS-RAVENS:BZ _ Kicker Justin Tucker hit a 49-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Ravens to a 20-17 victory Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers, extending their winning streak to a franchise-record eight games.

In a matchup of Super Bowl contenders, quarterback Lamar Jackson struggled as a passer amid rainy conditions at M&T Bank Stadium, finishing 14-for-23 for 105 yards and a touchdown. But he had his fourth 100-yard rushing game this season (16 carries for 101 and a touchdown), and a key fourth-quarter push kept the Ravens' decisive drive alive.

600 by Jonas Shaffer in Baltimore. MOVED


^49ers' Sherman sounds off on knee injury, sideline beef with Ravens' Harbaugh<

FBN-49ERS-SHERMAN:SJ _ Richard Sherman struggled stepping up to the postgame media podium but insisted that a knee injury won't keep him out of the 49ers' next game, Sunday's prize fight at New Orleans.

"I'll be ready," Sherman said. "I'm an old man. Sometimes it takes a second. I may not practice every day this week but I'll be ready to go Sunday."

Sherman hopped off the field in pain with 4:39 remaining after a Lamar Jackson run, and after his right knee was inspected on the 49ers sideline by the medical staff, Sherman tried to immediately re-enter but had to sit out one play before returning.

500 by Cam Inman in Baltimore. MOVED

^Steelers 20, Browns 13: Playoff hopes fizzle with 16th consecutive loss in Pittsburgh<

^FBN-BROWNS-STEELERS:AK_< The Browns watched their playoff hopes dwindle to virtually nothing Sunday with a 20-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.

Two days after Browns coach Freddie Kitchens wore a "Pittsburgh started it" T-shirt to a movie theater in reference to the Nov. 14 brawl between the AFC North foes, the Steelers finished Cleveland's three-game winning streak.

1300 by Nate Ulrich in Pittsburgh. MOVED

^Browns QB Baker Mayfield says he fully expects to play next week after suffering hand injury in loss to Steelers<

^FBN-BROWNS-MAYFIELD:AK_< Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield doesn't envision the right hand injury he suffered in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers forcing him to miss next week's home game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

"I fully expect to be able to play," Mayfield said during his postgame news conference.

Browns coach Freddie Kitchens said the injury is "a contusion right now, a bruise."

650 by Nate Ulrich in Pittsburgh. MOVED

^Dolphins deliver best performance of the season, beat Eagles<

^FBN-EAGLES-DOLPHINS:MI_< This was the Dolphins best game of the season. Period.

They started terribly, with an interception on the first play of the game. They trailed by two touchdowns with 11:50 to play in the third quarter.

And then things got bonkers!

Ryan Fitzpatrick went crazy, throwing for 365 yards. The defense withstood Eagles rallies time and again. And coach Brian Flores tempted fate with an onside kick, multiple fourth-down attempts and the craziest touchdown of the season _ a scoring pass from punter Matt Haack to kicker Jason Sanders off an unorthodox field goal formation.

Dolphins 37.

Eagles 31.

500 by Armando Salguero in Miami. MOVED


^Omar Kelly: Time to raise the bar on Brian Flores and this year's Dolphins<


That would give Flores' stripped-down roster six wins on the season, and that would be an impressive feat.

800 by Omar Kelly in Miami Gardens, Fla. MOVED


^Dave Hyde: DeVante Parker picks up Dolphins and carries them like he never has before<

FBN-HYDE-COLUMN:FL _ Before Sunday's surprise, before the game of DeVante Parker's career, before the one his family waited five years to see, Grandma Yvonne texted her grandson with a simple request:

"It sure would mean something if you waved to us coming on and off the field."

Parker did something better starting late in the first quarter. He waved after touchdowns. There he was, looking at his mother and grandparents up in Section 250 at Hard Rock Stadium, hands moving like windshield wipers, after an acrobatic catch and tight-rope act for a 43-yard touchdown.

800 by Dave Hyde in Miami Gardens, Fla. MOVED


^David Murphy: Stunning loss to Dolphins paints stark picture for Eagles' future, both short and long term<

^FBN-MURPHY-COLUMN:PH_< Right around the time the kicker caught a touchdown pass from the punter, you began to suspect that the Eagles were in trouble. It was a fluke play in a fluke situation against a team that had failed to reach the end zone on each of the eight plays that preceded it, all of them inside the 10-yard-line. Nonetheless, the end result was ominous: a one-point deficit with five minutes to go before halftime against a team that had long ago abdicated its 2019 season.

It would only get worse from there.

700 by David Murphy in Philadelphia. MOVED


^Bob Ford: No defense dooms Eagles in loss to Miami Dolphins, and other takeaways<

FBN-FORD-COLUMN:PH _ The operative clich after Sunday's game against Miami was supposed to be that a win is a win, and they never ask how, just how many. Even as the game got ugly, it seemed inevitable the Eagles would find a way to get past the 2-9 Dolphins.

Well, time to find a new clich .

How about this one: If it smells like a dog, it's probably a dog.

600 by Bob Ford in Miami Gardens, Fla. MOVED


^Jets reach new low with loss to another (formerly) winless team<

^FBN-JETS-BENGALS:NY_< Just when you thought the Jets had distanced themselves from the NFL's bottom feeders, Adam Gase made an emphatic case that his team deserves a spot on the Mount Rushmore of Dreck.

Gang Green's Era of Good Feelings lasted a grand total of three weeks before they were embarrassed, 22-6, by the previously winless Bengals on Sunday.

It was the second time in five weeks that Gase handed an opponent their first win of the season. Rock bottom might have been falling to the 0-7 Dolphins, but this was equally painful.

550 by Manish Mehta in Cincinnati. MOVED

^Washington ransacks Carolina as Panthers blow 14-0 lead, lose 29-21<

FBN-REDSKINS-PANTHERS:CH _ The Carolina Panthers discovered yet another new way to lose Sunday.

Looking at first certain to win in the first quarter, then likely to have a chance to tie the game with a first-and-goal from the 1 in the last minute of the game, the Panthers ended up losing, 29-21, to Washington.

Washington entered the game with a 2-9 record, an interim head coach and a rookie quarterback. Washington exited Charlotte with a 29-21 win, coming back from an early 14-0 deficit by running the ball down Carolina's throat and almost completely shutting down the Panthers' offense after the first quarter.

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


^Nick Foles benched in favor of Gardner Minshew; Jaguars still lose 28-11 to Bucs<

FBN-BUCCANEERS-JAGUARS:JK _ At times, the boos were loud and so were the chants for rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew to come off the bench and contribute Sunday afternoon at TIAA Bank Field.

Nick Foles, whom the Jaguars signed to a four-year, $88 million contract last March to deliver big plays as their franchise quarterback, could not avoid fumbling, stumbling or getting picked off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

It was enough for Coach Doug Marrone to pull the plug on Foles and reinsert Minshew as his starting quarterback after halftime.

By then, the Buccaneers had already taken control of the game on their way to a 28-11 victory after spotting themselves a 25-0 halftime lead.

550 by John Reid in Jacksonville, Fla. MOVED


^Dallas Cowboys put struggling kicker Maher on notice, work out 3 possible replacements<

FBN-COWBOYS-MAHER:FT _ The Dallas Cowboys have finally put shaky kicker Brett Maher on notice, though nothing will change at the moment.

The Cowboys worked out three kickers after practice on Sunday in an attempt to replace the unreliable Maher who has missed nine kicks this season, including two in the 26-15 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving Day.

550 by Clarence E. Hill Jr. in Frisco, Texas. MOVED


^Chiefs 40, Raiders 9: A laugher of an AFC West showdown<

FBN-RAIDERS-CHIEFS:KC _ It remains quite possible that Philip Rivers is done like dinner and the Raiders are merely finding their level, but there is another possibility here, too, one that may just change the trajectory of the Chiefs and thus the AFC.

And, well, anyway, it's at least worth considering:

Are the Chiefs good at defense now?

500 by Sam Mellinger in Kansas City, Mo. MOVED


^Jared Goff's monster passing day sends Rams to blowout win over Cardinals<


Each week of the last month seemed to begin and end with Goff repeating what sounded like a mantra:

"I need to be better."

On Sunday, Goff finally delivered.

He passed for 424 yards and two touchdowns as the Rams defeated the Arizona Cardinals 34-7 at State Farm Stadium.

700 by Gary Klein in Glendale, Ariz. MOVED


^Costly pass interference sends Chargers to gut-wrenching loss to Broncos<


The infraction was called on cornerback Casey Hayward, a 37-yard mark-off that set up Brandon McManus' game-winning 53-yard field goal as time expired.

Denver took over for the final possession at its own 28-yard with only nine seconds remaining.

550 by Jeff Miller in Denver. MOVED


Sunday's games

TNS expects coverage from the following games:

New England at Houston, 8:20 p.m.


^Ira Winderman: Reconfigured Heat get to see how others reinvented<

BKN-WINDERMAN-COLUMN:FL _ This is the week Erik Spoelstra gets to view the work of the NBA's other mad scientists.

No sooner had the Heat signed Jimmy Butler in July, then Spoelstra gathered the team's coaching staff and began formulating. And re-formulating.

Just as the Brooklyn Nets and Kenny Atkinson had to do when they added Kyrie Irving.

Just as the Toronto Raptors and Nick Nurse had to do when Pascal Siakam was elevated into the role of departed Kawhi Leonard.

Just as the Boston Celtics and Brad Stevens had to do when Kemba Walker was brought in in place of Irving.

650 by Ira Winderman in New York. MOVED


^Jimmy Butler takes over late to lead Heat to comeback win over Nets<

BKN-HEAT-NETS:MI _ Five takeaways from the Miami Heat's 109-106 comeback win over the Brooklyn Nets (10-10) on Sunday at Barclays Center

1100 by Anthony Chiang in New York. MOVED


^Timberwolves continue to struggle at home, fall to shorthanded Memphis 115-107<


300 by Kent Youngblood in Minneapolis. MOVED


^Lakers' 10-game winning streak crumbles in mistake-filled loss to Mavericks<


The Dallas Mavericks took advantage of all the Lakers mistakes and beat them, 114-100, at Staples Center. The loss snapped a 10-game winning streak constructed entirely against teams with losing records. The Lakers hadn't played a team with a winning record since Nov. 10, the date of their last loss.

300 by Tania Ganguli in Los Angeles. MOVED


^Despite 14-6 record, Sixers know they haven't played their best basketball yet<

BKN-76ERS-SEASON:PH _ Brett Brown keeps saying it will be around Christmastime until the 76ers truly begin to jell. And whether that happens by then or not, the team has yet to hit its stride as the NBA season reaches the quarter pole.

That said, the Sixers are 14-6, including 9-0 at home.

650 by Marc Narducci, in Philadelphia. MOVED


^Detroit Pistons flatten Spurs, 132-98, as Christian Wood has a career night with 28 points<

BKN-SPURS-PISTONS:DE _ Luke Kennard got things started for the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night.

Christian Wood finished things with a spectacular display of scoring and athleticism.

The duo propelled the Pistons (7-13) to a 132-98 victory over the San Antonio Spurs at Little Caesars Arena, snapping a two-game losing streak.

200 by Vince Ellis in Detroit. MOVED

^Warriors squander opportunity to win late, fall to Magic 100-96<

BKN-WARRIORS-MAGIC:SJ _ With his 2-year-old daughter in the stands for the first time this season, forward Glenn Robinson III had one of his most reliable games as a member of the Warriors.

Robinson scored a team-high 19 points on 8-of-16 shooting, including 3-of-6 from 3-point range, as the Warriors lost to the Orlando Magic, 100-96, at Amway Center on Sunday. Though the Warriors (4-17) couldn't hang on, Robinson helped establish two late leads in the game.

500 by Wes Goldberg in Orlando, Fla. MOVED

^Knicks are stuck on repeat as they drop another game to the Celtics<

BKN-CELTICS-MAGIC:NY _ The second 10 games ended just like the first 10 for the Knicks _ with eight losses.

But this time, David Fizdale emerged first for his postgame press conference. No sign of team president Steve Mills, who had put the coach on notice after the opening 10 games. And Fizdale was back to preaching optimism and progress, presumably with his job safe for at least another day.

It felt like another hollow night at MSG.

500 by Stefan Bondy in New York. MOVED

Sunday's games

TNS expects coverage from the following games:

Washington at LA Clippers, 10:30 p.m.


^Luke DeCock: Ron Francis has to answer for enabling Bill Peters' abuse with Hurricanes<

HKN-DECOCK-COLUMN:RA _ Nobody ever really liked Bill Peters during his four seasons with the Carolina Hurricanes, which in itself is neither surprising nor notable. Coaches have successfully motivated teams to championships through fear instead of love in all sports. Hockey just happens to have a particularly strong vein of it, bubbling up from the wild, wild west of junior hockey, the best and worst of hockey alike. A coach doesn't have to be popular to be a winner.

But Peters was more than merely a mean-spirited martinet during his four seasons as coach of the Carolina Hurricanes. He has now been exposed.

700 by Luke DeCock in Raleigh, N.C. MOVED


^Wild knots score late, eventually trips Stars 3-2 in shootout<

HKN-STARS-WILD:MS _ The Wild started December the same way it wrapped up November: finding a way to add to its points total.

After a solid 7-2-4 showing the previous month, the Wild extended its season-long point streak to nine games by rallying for a 3-2 shootout win over the Stars Sunday afternoon at Xcel Energy Center.

This outcome also pushed the team's point streak on home ice to nine games. The Wild is also 2-6-1 against the Central Division.

250 by Sarah Mclellan in Minneapolis. MOVED



^UF QB Feleipe Franks announces he is leaving Gators<

FBC-FLORIDA-FRANKS:OS _ UF quarterback Feleipe Franks is leaving the Gators after missing most of 2019 with an ankle injury, paving the way meteoric rise of backup Kyle Trask.

Franks announced his decision on Instagram the day after his team's 40-17 win against Florida State in the Swamp, giving the Gators' quarterback picture some clarity.

450 by Edgar Thompson in Gainesville, Fla. MOVED


^Clay Helton remains USC's football coach _ for now<


Multiple people familiar with the situation confirmed to the Los Angeles Times that no decision has yet been made on the embattled Trojans coach. But the fact that Helton's status has yet to change, following the official conclusion of the regular season on Saturday, does not mean that Helton is officially safe.

200 by Ryan Kartjestaff Writer in Los Angeles. MOVED



^No. 5 Maryland basketball flips script, starts fast and buries Marquette, 84-63, to win Orlando Invitational<

BKC-MARYLAND-MARQUETTE:BZ _ The team Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon talked about throughout the preseason _ one that shot well from 3, shared the ball and defended with a toughness rarely seen from most of its recent predecessors _ finally showed up for the 2019-20 season Sunday in the championship game of the Orlando Invitational.

Playing against Marquette and senior guard Markus Howard, the nation's leading scorer coming off a 51-point performance against Southern California at the HP Field House, the No. 5 Terps played up to their ranking in an impressive 84-63 victory that was virtually over late in the first half.

450 by Don Markus in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. MOVED


^Villanova 83, La Salle 72: Stats, highlights, and reactions from the Wildcats' Big 5 opener<

BKC-LASALLE-VILLANOVA:PH _ Playing its first game in seven days, No. 22 Villanova came out with a lot of energy Sunday night for its Big 5 opener against La Salle. The Explorers also had energy after winning the Gulf Coast Showcase Wednesday in Florida, but they realized quickly that the Wildcats were a big step up in competition.

Still, even though the Cats established themselves defensively in the first half with runs of 14-0 and 12-0 that led to a 20-point halftime lead, the Explorers never let up in the second half and made Villanova work for what turned out to be an 83-72 victory at Finneran Pavilion in Ashley Howard's return to the Main Line as La Salle's head coach.

400 by Joe Juliano in Villanova, Pa. MOVED



^Patrick Reusse: Ford joined life in fast lane in 1960s<

CAR-REUSSE-COLUMN:MS _ The legend of the Ford racing machines tied to Carroll Shelby is featured in the current movie "Ford vs. Ferrari," and also in a documentary, "24 Hour War," from 2016. These films cover Ford's effort to overtake Ferrari in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, starting in 1964 and concluding with four straight Ford victories from 1966 through 1969. The Shelby Ford also started a rivalry with General Motors' Corvette in Sports Car Club of America racing in the United States.

1200 by Patrick Reusse in Minneapolis. MOVED



^Sideline Chatter: I'm sure he wished he'd broken into the house in 'Home Alone'<


Answer: The unlucky sap who broke into the home of an 82-year-old woman named Willie Murphy. As in the Willie Murphy who can deadlift 225 pounds _ more than twice her weight _ which helped her win the 2014 World Natural Powerlifting Federation Lifter of the Year award.

By the time police arrived to rescue the perp, she'd clobbered him with a table, poured shampoo in his face and was beating him with a broom.

"I was whaling on that man," Murphy told her hometown Rochester (N.Y.) Democrat and Chronicle. "Cause I said to myself, 'If it's my time to go to hell, I'm taking him with me!' "

1000 by Dwight Perry. MOVED


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