The Los Angeles Rams have placed leading tackler Micah Kiser on injured reserve. The Rams’ starting middle linebacker will be sidelined for at least three weeks after the move made Thursday. Kiser injured his knee late in the Rams’ 27-24 victory at Tampa Bay last Monday night, coach Sean McVay said.
Sergio Castillo had the same dream a few times every year since sixth grade. The New York Jets kicker is on the field at a stadium when he looks into the stands and sees his mother and future girlfriend in the stands cheering him on. Castillo never told anyone about his repeated visions until he wrote two letters while flying to Kansas City for his second NFL game to play the Chiefs on Nov. 1.
Packers fans have a lot to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day in 2020.
The Denver Broncos No. 3 quarterback, Jeff Driskel, has been placed on the COVID-19 list, but contact tracing showed that starter Drew Lock and the Broncos’ other QBs weren’t in danger of being infected by the coronavirus. Lock, backup Brett Rypien and practice squad QB Blake Bortles all practiced on Thanksgiving after the Broncos consulted with Dr. Allen Sills, the league’s chief medical officer.
Rays outfielder Randy Arozarena was released in Mexico’s Yucatan state Thursday prior to a scheduled hearing after his former partner told a judge that she did not want to press charges.
Any proposed cap on the salaries of Formula One drivers should be careful not to hold back the sport’s top talent, newly crowned seven-times champion Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday.
Temple and Butler both announced Thursday that their men’s basketball teams are pausing activities following positive COVID-19 tests within their programs.
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton believes Formula One should do more to highlight and address human rights issues in the countries it visits.
Watt’s pick-six on Thanksgiving at Detroit was his first touchdown since 2014, and the seventh score of his career.
Lewis Hamilton said receiving a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II would be an “incredible honour” and admitted talk of it becoming a reality still seems farfetched.
Back on the field two years after a life-threatening leg injury, Thanksgiving means more now to Alex Smith and his family.