(Las Vegas, NV) -- The NFL is moving this weekend's Raiders-Buccaneers game out of the Sunday Night Football time slot. It's now set for the afternoon, with the Seahawks-Cardinals game now Sunday night. The move comes after the Raiders put five players on the COVID-19/reserve list.
(Philadelphia, PA) -- Carson Wentz hit Boston Scott with an 18-yard touchdown pass with 40 seconds left to lift the Eagles to a 22-21 win over the Giants in Philadelphia. Wentz threw for two scores and also ran for a TD as the Eagles improved to 2-4-and-1. The Giants slipped to 1-and-6.
(Undated) -- The college football schedule gets more crowded with the Big Ten starting this weekend. Number-14 Wisconsin hosts Illinois tonight. The league will play an eight-game all-conference schedule. The Mountain West also starts this weekend. The Pac-12 starts November 7th.
(Fort Worth, TX) -- The NASCAR Cup Series round of eight continues Sunday in the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. Joey Logano earned a place Championship Four, which will take place November 8th in Phoenix. This weekend will be the penultimate race in the Cup Series playoffs.
(Seattle, WA) -- The Sounders and Timbers played to a 1-1 draw at CenturyLink Field. Andres Flores scored for Portland early in the game while Will Bruin scored in the third minute of stoppage time to avoid the shutout for Seattle. The Sounders took 15 shots with just one on target compared to the Timbers' eight with four on target. Both teams have 32 points, but Seattle is first in the West with the better record.
(Arlington, TX) -- The Dodgers and Rays resume the World Series tonight. They play Game Three at Globe Life Field in Arlington. The best-of-seven set is tied at a game apiece after Tampa Bay won Game Two 6-4 on Wednesday. Walker Buehler starts for LA and Charlie Morton for Tampa.
(Philadelphia, PA) -- An NFC East showdown takes place on Thursday Night Football tonight as the Eagles host the Giants. Both teams are off to slow starts but still in the picture for first place in the division. The Eagles are 1-4-and-1 while the Giants are 1-and-5. Dallas leads at 2-and-4.
(Seattle, WA) -- The Portland Timbers will face off against the Seattle Sounders tonight at CenturyLink Field in a battle of the top two in the Western Conference. Both teams have 31 points, but Seattle has the better record at 9-4-and-4 while Portland sits at 9-4-and-5. Both are coming off draws on Sunday.
(Arlington, TX) -- Brandon Lowe homered twice as the Rays dropped the Dodgers 6-4 in Game Two of the World Series in Arlington. Blake Snell took a no-hitter into the fifth for Tampa Bay, which built a 5-0 lead and hung on to even the series at a game apiece. Game Three is tomorrow.
(New Orleans, LA) -- The Pelicans are bringing in a familiar name to fill their coaching vacancy. ESPN reports Stan Van Gundy has agreed to become the new man in New Orleans. He would replace the fired Alvin Gentry. Van Gundy has previously coached the Pistons, Magic and Heat.
(Undated) -- Free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown is gaining interest as his suspension comes to a close. ESPN reports the Seahawks are one of several teams who will pursue Brown, whose suspension ends after Week Eight. Brown has 75 touchdown catches in 10 NFL seasons.
(Seattle, WA) -- The Sounders will welcome the Timbers to CenturyLink Field tomorrow night in a battle of the top teams in the Western Conference. Both teams have 31 points, but Seattle has the better record at 9-4-and-4 while Portland sits at 9-4-and-5. Both are coming off draws on Sunday.
(Arlington, TX) -- Steve Cohen is closer to becoming the new owner of the Mets. The Post reports his estimated 2.4-billion-dollar bid to buy the team has been approved by MLB's Ownership Committee. Cohen now needs approval from 23 owners, with a vote likely after the World Series.
(Arlington, TX) -- Mookie Betts and Cody Bellinger homered as the Dodgers pounded the Rays 8-3 in Game One of the World Series in Arlington. Clayton Kershaw gave up just one run over six innings and struck out eight for Los Angeles. Tyler Glasnow gave up six runs over four and a third innings for the Rays. The Dodgers take a 1-0 series lead. Game Two is Wednesday.
(New York, NY) -- The NFL is confirming eight players tested positive for COVID-19 during their most recent round of testing last week. The league announced that 11 staff members also tested positive for the virus during the week of October 11th through 17th. Nearly 78-hundred people were tested in all. The NFL is now up to 47 players and 71 staffers who have tested positive since they began testing on August 1st.
(Glendale, AZ) -- The Seahawks will visit the Cardinals in a NFC West showdown this Sunday afternoon in Glendale. Seattle sits atop the NFC at 5-and-0, its best start since 2013. Russell Wilson is first in the league with 19 touchdown passes and third in the league with 1,502 yards. Arizona is 4-and-2.
(New Orleans, LA) -- Another NFL team is welcoming fans to a game during the coronavirus pandemic. The New Orleans Saints announced it will allow three-thousand tickets to be claimed by season ticket holders for Sunday's game. The Superdome can hold over 74-thousand fans. Then, six-thousand fans could be able to attend their November 15th home game if local health guidelines allow. The Saints and Mayor LaToya Cantrell hope fans will wear masks and socially distance from others. Other teams to allow fans include the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and Miami Dolphins.
(Glendale, AZ) -- The Seahawks will visit the Cardinals in a NFC West showdown Sunday afternoon in Glendale. Seattle sits atop the entire NFC at 5-and-0, its best start since 2013. Russell Wilson is first in the league with 19 touchdown passes and third in the league with 1,502 yards. Arizona is 4-and-2 after beating the Cowboys 38-10 last night at Dallas.
(Arlington, TX) -- Dodgers star Cody Bellinger is rethinking the way he celebrates with his teammates. That's because he dislocated his shoulder after Los Angeles took the lead against the Atlanta Braves in Game 7 of the NLCS Sunday night. Bellinger smashed a solo home run late in the game to put the Dodgers ahead. But after rounding the bases, he did a powerful forearm bash with one of his teammates. The slugger told MLB Network his "shoulder popped out" during the celebration, and it had to be popped back in to play defense.
(Arlington, TX) -- The L.A. Dodgers look to lock up their first World Series title since 1988 as they face the Tampa Bay Rays in Arlington, Texas tonight. Clayton Kershaw will take the mound for L.A., while the Rays counter with Tyler Glasnow. The Dodgers hope to turn the tide after losing the Fall Classic in 2017 and 2018.
(Seattle, WA) -- The Sounders welcome the Timbers to CenturyLink Field Thursday night in a battle of the top teams in the Western Conference. Both teams have 31 points, but Seattle has the better record at 9-4-and-4 while Portland sits at 9-4-and-5. Both are coming off draws on Sunday.
(Fort Worth, TX) -- The NASCAR Cup Series round of eight continues Sunday in the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. Joey Logano inked his spot in the Championship Four with his win last weekend at Kansas. There are still three spots up for grabs. Kevin Harvick is currently is second place with Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski right behind.
(Eugene, OR) -- Number-15 Oregon held its first fall scrimmage over the weekend ahead of its November 7th opener. Head coach Mario Cristobal says the defense outshined the offense Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Sophomore safety Jamal Hill logged an interception but Cristobal says both quarterbacks played well.
(Arlington, TX) -- The Dodgers will look to bring another championship to L.A. this month as they meet the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series. Game One of the seven-game set is tomorrow in Arlington, Texas. The Dodgers are chasing their first World Series title since 1988. This is their third Fall Classic appearance in the past four seasons.
(Arlington, TX) -- The Dodgers are going to the World Series. Cody Bellinger clubbed a go-ahead solo homer in the seventh inning as the Dodgers edged Braves 4-3 to win Game Seven of the National League Championship Series in Arlington. Kike Hernandez tied it with a solo shot in the sixth and Will Smith laced a two-run single in the third. Julio Urias pitched three shutout innings to get the win in relief as LA overcame a 3-1 series deficit.