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  2. Follow all the action from Las Vegas and Inglewood, California. View the full article
  3. Representatives of Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez plan to discuss a move to the Premier League next week. Transfer Talk has the latest. View the full article
  4. COVID-19 cases in Olympic host city Tokyo surged to a record high of 4,058 on Saturday, overshadowing the Olympic Games. View the full article
  5. The Russian Olympic Committee won the women's team saber fencing Saturday by beating France 45-41 in the final for its third fencing gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics. View the full article
  6. The Saints are bolstering a position of strength, adding Freeman to a backfield led by Alvin Kamara and Latavius Murray. View the full article
  7. Vikings rookie Kellen Mond has tested positive for COVID-19, NFL Network reported, leaving Minnesota without three quarterbacks, including starter Kirk Cousins, for Saturday night's practice as the team conducts contact tracing. View the full article
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  11. Kalib Perry, a three-star linebacker from Kentucky, committed to Tennessee football on Saturday over offers from Cincinnati, Kentucky and Purdue. View the full article
  12. The post-Silverstone change in Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen's rivalry was clear to see in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, writes Laurence Edmondson. View the full article
  13. The USMNT may be minus its top stars but is in Las Vegas to win. Mexico, meanwhile, simply cannot afford to lose. Get set for another epic contest! View the full article
  14. Washington Football Team coach Ron Rivera issued a warning to his team after two more players were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday. View the full article
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  16. Just over three weeks ago, Hideki Matsuyama was in isolation for COVID-19 and desperate to record a negative test to have any chance of competing in his home Olympics. View the full article
  17. Red Sox prospect Triston Casas hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the fourth inning, Nick Allen also went deep and the United States rallied past defending champion South Korea 4-2 Saturday night to finish the group stage of Olympic baseball at 2-0. View the full article
  18. Elaine Thompson-Herah broke Florence Griffith Joyner's 33-year-old Olympic record in the women's 100 meters, crossing the line in 10.61 seconds Saturday to defend her title and lead a Jamaican sweep of the medals. View the full article
  19. The International Testing Agency says it has provisionally suspended Kenyan sprinter Mark Odhiambo after he tested positive for an anabolic steroid. View the full article
  20. Age isn't weighing Lyu Xiaojun down. The 37-year-old Chinese weightlifter became the oldest man to win an Olympic gold medal in the sport on Saturday after a tense finish in the men's 81-kilogram category View the full article
  21. Two Georgian athletes have had their accreditation revoked from the Tokyo Olympics after they were spotted leaving the athletes village to visit friends in Japan. View the full article
  22. Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy said he "absolutely" understands why teams would be interested in third-string quarterback Nick Foles. View the full article
  23. The Detroit Lions held a local watch party on Friday to cheer on Melissa Gonzalez -- the wife of quarterback David Blough -- as she qualified for the Olympic semifinal round of the 400-meter hurdles in Tokyo. View the full article
  24. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Saturday that Cam Newton is the team's starting quarterback -- repeating what he had said in April when the team drafted Mac Jones in the first round -- but also left the door open for things to change. View the full article
  25. Tampa Bay Rays right-hander Tyler Glasnow is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery next week, sources told ESPN, after attempts to rehabilitate a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow left the 27-year-old still in pain. View the full article
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