NFL ready for another London party and edging closer to permanent move | Sean Ingle

Wembley will host the first of three London games on Sunday and the NFL believes the prospect of a permanent London franchise is now moving closer to reality The figures are almost as dizzying as a crunching helmet-to-helmet hit from a 300lb defensive lineman. On Sunday 84,000 people will pack…

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NFL round-up: Bears blaze Bucs but Eifert’s horror injury mars Bengals win

Mitchell Trubisky threw a career-high six touchdown passes and the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears pounded the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-10 Mitchell Trubisky threw a career-high six touchdown passes and the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears pounded the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-10 on Sunday. The Bears won their third straight with Trubisky…

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From Patriot struggles to Gruden’s agony: will the NFL’s early trends hold up?

The Raiders are struggling, the Cowboys cant get going on offense and the Chiefs are unbeatable. We look at which storylines are here to stay The New England Patriots early struggles Whats the problem? Sound the alarm: the Patriots are 1-2. A loss to Miami this weekend would put them…

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Saints beat Falcons in 43-37 thriller as 49ers lose Garoppolo to worrying injury

The New Orleans Saints won a thrilling game against the Atlanta Falcons 43-37 in overtime on Sunday Drew Brees one-yard run capped an 80-yard touchdown drive to open overtime that lifted the New Orleans Saints to a 43-37 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. Brees score came after his…

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‘Devastated’ Alex de Minaur defeated in five-set US Open epic by Marin Cilic

Croatian powerhouse Marin Cilic has ended Alex de Minaurs US Open run with an epic third-round comeback win over Australias teenage excitement machine Croatian powerhouse Marin Cilic has ended Alex de Minaurs US Open run with an epic third-round comeback win over Australias teenage excitement machine. Champion in New York…

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Arthur Ashes real legacy was his activism, not his tennis

We remember Ashe for his electrifying talent. But he had a social conscience that was way ahead of its time Fifty years ago this week, Arthur Ashe shocked the tennis world by winning the mens singles at the first US Open. No one had expected a fifth-seeded, 25-year-old amateur on…

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