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The Bills are at the Chargers Sunday at 4:05.
The Giants (1-8) face the Chiefs Sunday at 1.
The Jets face the Panthers Sunday, 11/26 at 1:00.
The Cavs beat the Knicks 104-101. The Knicks face the Jazz tomorrow at 7:30.
Tonight! Tune us in, 101.5 as SU hosts Iona at 7. The pregame show starts at 6:30.
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Is at Louisville Saturday at 3:30. Tune us in at 101.5. The pregame show starts at 2:30.
The Sabres face the Penguins tonight at 7.
The Rangers face the Blackhawks Wednesday at 8.
The Islanders face the Hurricanes Thursday at 7.
The Crunch are at the Hershey Bears Wednesday at 7.
Green Bay Packers rookie running back Aaron Jones is expected to be out for 3 to 6 weeks due to a knee injury. Jones was injured on Green Bay’s first drive Sunday at Chicago.
The Cleveland Browns say linebacker Jamie Collins is out for the season with a torn MCL in his right knee. Collins was injured in the Browns’ loss against Detroit on Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a one-year deal with cornerback Byron Maxwell. Maxwell returns to Seattle after being released by the Dolphins in October and fills the slot that opened up when Richard Sherman ruptured his Achilles.
The Kansas City Chiefs have waived defensive tackle Roy Miller following his arrest in Florida on domestic assault charges. Miller is accused of physically assaulting his wife during an argument at their home.
He may not have a job, but former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been named “Citizen of the Year” by GQ magazine. GQ wrote: “He’s been vilified by
millions and locked out of the NFL — all because he took a knee to protest police brutality.”
The New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge was unanimously voted the American League Rookie of the Year. Judge’s 52 home runs led the American League and he’s also a finalist for the MVP award. It was also a unanimous vote on the National League side as the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger was named Rookie of the Year.
Houston Astros veteran Carlos Beltran has announced his retirement after 20 years in the major leagues. Beltran goes out on top as he hit 14 home runs this season in helping the Astros to their first World Series title.
It turns out that Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost was more seriously injured in his fall from a tree stand than originally thought. Yost will be in a wheelchair for the
next two months, but expects to be moving around normally in time for spring training.