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The Week 12 NFL schedule for the 2022 season begins with three Thanksgiving Day matchups, and we've got you covered with what you need to know. Our NFL Nation reporters bring us the keys to every game and a bold prediction for each matchup.Additionally, ESPN Stats & Information provides a big stat to know and a betting nugget for each…

Packers' Rodgers confirms right thumb broken

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 15:50
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Aaron Rodgers never felt the need to get into details about his right thumb injury for one reason: It was never going to keep the Green Bay Packers quarterback from playing.That's why it wasn't until Wednesday when he finally - and reluctantly - confirmed that it was indeed broken."It doesn't make a difference with me playing,"…

Benched QB Wilson apologizes to Jets teammates

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 15:50
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- On the day he lost his starting job in a dramatic quarterback shake-up, Zach Wilson tried to win back his New York Jets' teammates with an apology.Under heavy criticism from fans and media, Wilson spoke to the entire team on Wednesday, admitting he botched Sunday's postgame news conference -- the one in which he refused to…

Spain's Gavi, 18, youngest WC scorer since Pele

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 14:02
AL THUMAMA, Qatar -- Spain midfielder Gavi became the third-youngest goal scorer in World Cup history and youngest since Brazil legend Pele in 1958 with his 74th-minute strike in a 7-0 win against Costa Rica on Wednesday.When he stepped on the field to start the game, the Barcelona prodigy also became the youngest player (18 years, 110 days) to appear…

Bears QB Fields says he has separated shoulder

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Wednesday, 23 November 2022 14:02
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields said Wednesday that he is dealing with an injury to the acromioclavicular joint in his left shoulder and will evaluate how he feels later this week before determining whether he'll play against the New York Jets."It's a separated shoulder with partially torn ligaments," Fields said, describing his injury. "Basically, like an…

Soccer

WC chief on worker death: 'Natural part of life'

WC chief on worker death: 'Natural part of life'

Qatar has launched a work safety investigation into the death of a Filipino worker, officials said o...

PSG president: Confident 'happy' Messi will stay

PSG president: Confident 'happy' Messi will stay

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has said he is confident Lionel Messi will stay at...

Why Brazil vs. Croatia is also a battle of iconic kits and deeper meaning

Why Brazil vs. Croatia is also a battle of iconic kits and deeper meaning

DOHA, Qatar -- It is a meeting of titans and, really, the clash of the World Cup quarterfinals, a ga...

Basketball

Jazz guard Sexton (hamstring) to miss one week

Jazz guard Sexton (hamstring) to miss one week

Utah Jazz guard Collin Sexton has been sidelined with a right hamstring strain and will be reevaluat...

Knicks say forward Toppin to miss 2-3 weeks

Knicks say forward Toppin to miss 2-3 weeks

The New York Knicks will be without forward Obi Toppin for the next two to three weeks because of an...

Baseball

Phils welcome Turner after finalizing $300M deal

Phils welcome Turner after finalizing $300M deal

PHILADELPHIA -- Bryce Harper lobbed Philadelphia's first recruiting pitch over the summer when the i...

'I have no words': Evaluators assess Masataka Yoshida's $90 million deal with Red Sox

'I have no words': Evaluators assess Masataka Yoshida's $90 million deal with Red Sox

It's important to start with this context before diving into the industrywide reviews of the Boston...

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