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The two were reunited this week when the Texans claimed Andre off waivers from the Cardinals.

“He’s fun to be around,” Andre said of Bruce Ellington, who has 25 receptions for 294 yards and two touchdowns this season. “He’s a pleasure. I’m sure the guys love him out here and hopefully he can keep that personality going.”

San Antonio has managed to fare rather well without Leonard, going 19-8 and riding and four-game win streak into Dallas, including a 105-102 win over the Eastern Conference-leading Boston Celtics.

At the end of the team’s Monday practice, reporters observed a sweat-soaked Leonard, a clear indication that he is certainly on the cusp of playing.

Regarding the Grizzlies talking with each other about the overall problems, Gasol said: “I don’t think talk does much. It’s doing. I always believe that talk is great, and we’re going to say the right things, and we can sit down and sing `Kumbaya,’ but it’s more about grabbing it and taking ownership of the things we have to do.”

“I am embarrassed by the situation and my actions on Saturday,” McDowell wrote in a statement posted to Twitter. “I would like to apologize to the Atlanta Police Department, SL Lounge, the entire Seattle Seahawks organization and my teammates. I am a young man who made a mistake and am constantly working towards getting better.”

The Seahawks had no immediate comment on McDowell’s arrest when news of it broke just before kickoff of their game Sunday at Jacksonville. Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he and general manager John Schneider met separately with McDowell since the incident and that McDowell is “very remorseful.”

The Packers’ loss was more impressive than some of their wins this season.

It was a 180 from the Ravens game. In a hostile environment, in prime time, with Rodgers looking on, Hundley nearly pulled off the upset of the year. Three touchdowns, no interceptions, 245 yards, a stunning game-tying touchdown drive with two minutes to go, all in response to a seemingly game-breaking Steelers touchdown.

“Media is one of the major pillars for us now,” said Brian Angiolet, the company’s global chief media and content officer. “And sports is going to be the most important part of that content.”

For the NFL, the deal gives the league greater distribution as people shift their viewing habits, said Hans Schroeder, chief operating officer of NFL media and business.

“This model allows our product to be much more broadly available and give greater access to our fans,” Schroeder said. “People are still going to gravitate towards watching games on the best screen possible, which is television, but for people who are on-the-go and younger fans, this deal makes sense.”

Most importantly, he’s 1-4 as a starter this season around the work of injured rookie Deshaun Watson (3-3).

Houston is a long shot for the AFC playoffs as it continues to struggle with injuries and, in the case of Savage, QB play that isn’t much worth talking about.

UPDATE: Savage met with reporters at his locker after his exit. KRIV-TV sports director Mark Berman tweeted out a quote:

Tom Savage: “I’m really frustrated to be honest with you. There’s really no words for it. I don’t want to go out there and throw picks. That’s not my goal. I’m going out there trying to make a play.”

Titans move closer to goal of storming the South with late win over Bengals

Wesley Woodyard’s response when told Tennessee now has its first four-game winning streak since 2009?

Sanu makes unreal TD grabMatt Ryan lofts one up to Mohamed Sanu and the receiver controls the ball with his right hand before bringing it into his body to add to Atlanta’s lead.

NBC apparently reconsidered those downsides. Its statement last week touted the idea of SkyCam being the primary viewing angle as innovative.

“We are excited to present a game with the majority of live-action coverage coming from SkyCam,” Gaudelli said. “After pivoting out of necessity to SkyCam in the New England fog, we’ve been aggressively planning and testing with the intent of utilizing the system for a full game.

Larry Fitzgerald moved into fifth place in career receiving yards, another milestone in another loss in what is becoming a lost season for the future Hall of Famer.

If the Bills lose this week in Kansas City, you might as well stick a fork in their playoff hopes.

After winning in Denver for the first time in more than 40 years, the Bengals play host to the winless Browns as they try to keep alive their playoff aspirations.

The Bucs beat the struggling Dolphins, but they won’t have Jameis Winston for a third straight game when they play the Falcons in a key NFC South matchup.

“Our goal is to storm the South,” said Woodyard, echoing a Titans team mantra. “That’s what we’re heading out to do.”

Anaheim’s goaltending has been a big factor in recent games. Goaltender John Gibson posted a 50-save performance to beat the Florida Panthers 3-2 at home Sunday night.nike_bills-111

The Patriots are well on their way to a ninth straight AFC East title.

NBC’s decision to use the SkyCam view as the primary camera angle for Thursday night’s Steelers-Titans game came as a bit of a surprise.

Shaking off a slow start in Dallas, the Eagles crushed the Cowboys and have a healthy four-game lead in the NFC East with only six games remaining.

The Patriots are well on their way to a ninth straight AFC East title.

If the 49ers find significant flaws they didn’t recognize from Garoppolo having such limited playing time, a one-year commitment under the franchise designation may make more sense. Just ask the Houston Texans, who were burned in 2016 by making a bad talent assessment on Brock Osweiler when signing him away from Denver.

After Week 5 this season, everything was looking great as usual in Green Bay, as Rodgers had just delivered another big win in Dallas. The team was 4-1, humming along toward its ninth consecutive trip to the playoffs. Then Rodgers went down with his broken collarbone in Week 6, and everything changed.

In the four games since, with hopes of Hundley becoming an efficient caretaker dashed, Green Bay’s glaring weaknesses have been fully exposed.

Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn died Monday after a one-vehicle rollover accident near Dallas that left his fiancée slightly injured, officials said. He was 43.

Glenn died shortly before 1 a.m. at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, according to the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office. Irving (Texas) police are investigating the cause of the wreck at 12:18 a.m. on eastbound Highway 114, said Chelsey Jones, a police department spokeswoman.nike_bills-078

The Chiefs were simply hoping to get lucky on the final play of the first half against the Cowboys

Seemingly every Laker who played meaningful minutes contributed. While this win over a lowly team might not matter much in the big picture, it’s one that could go a long way for a roster full of young players still very much coming together and learning nightly lessons on what it takes to win. In the fourth quarter, it was easy to see how much focus and fight the Lakers had and how well they all played together.

“It kind of comes in waves for me,” said Spytek, who joined Tampa Bay in the 2016 offseason. “There are times I feel wonderful about it and know it’s a blessing to be able to try and move the needle to help other people. But it’s emotionally challenging a lot of the time because it’s a constant reminder that Evelyn had CMV and we lost her because of it.

Former team president John Hart was moved to a senior adviser role when a new general manager, Alex Anthopoulos, was hired on Nov. 13. Hart left the team on Friday.

“The senior baseball operations officials responsible for the misconduct are no longer employed by the Braves,” Manfred said. He also said the Braves “cooperated throughout the investigation.”

The Chiefs were simply hoping to get lucky on the final play of the first half against the Cowboys, but Tyreek Hill took a short dump-off pass from Alex Smith and weaved his way through a soft Dallas defense for a 56-yard touchdown. The Chiefs were unable to carry the momentum into the second half as the Cowboys pulled away for a 28-17 win.

I would definitely use the word embarrassing.

Coppolella, a magna cum laude graduate of Notre Dame in business management, was hired by the New York Yankees as a baseball operations assistant in 2000. He spent seven years with the Yankees, including time as assistant director of pro scouting.

He was credited with helping to improve the Braves’ farm system, which was rated No. 1 this year by Baseball America.

Saints coach Sean Payton on Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans hitting Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore near the sideline between plays: “If there’s not an ejection in that situation then I don’t know when there’s supposed to be an ejection.”

Giants safety Landon Collins on the blowout loss to the Rams: “I would definitely use the word embarrassing.”

“It is always nice to get a win like that first off, but anytime you get to go out and compete and you look to your right and your left and everybody on the team is competing just as hard as you, it is always going to be fun out there,” said Ball, whose first 18 NBA games has been filled with roller coaster-like dips and climbs. “It makes it a lot better when we win.”

The Lakers (8-10) have won two straight for the second time this season. A major component in this Lakers’ winning streak has been Ball’s relentless rebounding. Assistant coach Brian Shaw suggested that Ball focus on hitting the glass because when he rebounds, he has the ball in his hands quicker, he’s playing more aggressively, moving and pushing the pace and it seems to ignite the rest of his game.nike_bills-077

Roger Goodell has a Jerry Jones problem, and nobody knows how it will end

THERE WAS A PAUSE. It was Aug. 9, inside Roger Goodell’s sixth-floor office at the NFL’s Park Avenue headquarters in New York City — down the hall, past the executives’ offices and his assistant’s desk, and through a large, thick wooden door that is both imposing and usually left open to serve as a welcome. Goodell huddled over a speakerphone with general counsel Jeff Pash. On the other end was Jerry Jones.

From postgame press conferences to next-day media availabilities, NFL players and coaches can’t escape the microphone.

The Broncos are a frustrated group and defensive end Derek Wolfe was very descriptive while summing up the team’s frustrations following Sunday’s blowout loss to the Patriots.

While The Broncos are frustrated, the 49ers are feeling good; Patriots tight end Martellus Bennett is out for revenge; and it was a good weekend for a couple of defensive linemen.

Here’s the latest edition of “He Said What?!”

With Woods out of the lineup next week against the Saints, Tavon Austin, Sammy Watkins and rookie Cooper Kupp should be in line for more targets. The Rams will take a “committee” approach with rookie Josh Reynolds, Mike Thomas and Pharoh Cooper.

I didn’t have high expectations for Jay Cutler to save Miami’s season after Ryan Tannehill (knee) was lost for the year in training camp. So Cutler has been about what I expect: inconsistent, committing untimely turnovers and not leading the Dolphins to the playoffs. In a must-win situation, Cutler had a season-high three interceptions in Sunday’s loss to Tampa Bay. Cutler won’t return to the Dolphins in 2018. — James Walker

Murray, Vikings trample Rams 24-7 in division leader matchup

Latavius Murray rushed for 95 yards and two touchdowns, Adam Thielen turned a short catch into a 65-yard score and the Minnesota Vikings smothered the NFL’s highest-scoring offense in a 24-7 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Because it won an offseason bidding war, Amazon is providing live streaming services for 10 “Thursday Night Football” games in 2017. Seahawks vs. Cardinals is the sixth of such games, which coincide with the CBS and NBC “Thursday Night Football” broadcast schedules. Amazon also provided a live stream for the Week 3 Jaguars-Ravens game in London. Twitter held the rights to live stream “Thursday Night Football” games in 2016.

The Uber driver, identified as Kate, said she picked up Winston in Scottsdale, Arizona around 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 13, 2016. Shortly into the trip she said Winston “behaved poorly” by shouting homophobic slurs at pedestrians before asking to stop by a drive-thru for food.

While waiting in line, Kate said Winston, who was the lone passenger and sitting in the front seat, “reached over and he just grabbed my crotch” for three to five seconds before she removed his hand.

“I wasn’t just creeped out,” Kate said. “I was frozen.”

Jacoby Brissett was an emergency acquisition from New England a week prior to the start of the regular season after the Colts front office realized that Scott Tolzien was not the right person to start until Andrew Luck returned from his shoulder surgery. Brissett replaced Tolzien in the fourth quarter of Week 1 and has been the starter ever since, which he’ll remain for the duration of the season given Luck will not play due to a setback in his recovery from right shoulder surgery. Despite taking most of the season to learn his new team’s offense, Brissett has thrown for 2,172 yards and nine touchdowns. He’s the first Colts player to have four touchdown passes of at least 60 yards in a season since Johnny Unitas did it in 1966. — Mike Wellsnike_patriots_1390

Unhappy Colts CB Vontae Davis ruled out Sunday vs. Steelers

Vontae Davis will not be returning this week as expected.

“He understood. He was like, ‘Damn, you stepped on my leg.’ He was fired up, wondering if I did it intentionally,” Whitehead said. “I’m like, ‘Come on, man, I don’t even play the game like that.’ He’s like, ‘All right.’ Turned around, went to the huddle. I did the same.”

Lions coach Jim Caldwell said he was aware of the video but did not believe that Whitehead deliberately stepped on Leno.

“Yeah, I was unaware of it until I guess it just came up this morning,” Caldwell said Tuesday. “And I highly doubt that’s the case, that it was intentional, but I just saw it briefly.”

Whitehead’s wife emphatically defended her husband on Twitter.

Kizer was knocked out of the game with the score tied at 24, but he made his way back and played through obvious pain. Njoku took note of that and apologized for getting his teammate injured.

In addition to that, he is at least winning over one player, which could be a sign of things to come. Njoku had a strong reaction when he saw that his quarterback had been hurt on a play where he missed a block.

“I kind of wanted to fight him (Lions cornerback Quadre Diggs who made the hit) on the field, but that’s emotions,” Njoku said of the play where Kizer suffered the bruised rib. “Seeing him on the ground like that got me mad, and you can’t really fight in the NFL, so I’ve got to make up for it next week.”nike_patriots_828

Niederreiter extends scoring streak in Wild win

Nino Niederreiter and Mikael Granlund each scored two goals to lead the Minnesota Wild to a 5-4 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday night.

Reinhart scored late the second period for his 100th NHL point. Nolan scored his second on a wrist shot from the right circle to bring the Sabres within a goal with 6:05 remaining in the game.

Eichel gave Buffalo a 1-0 lead 6:55 into the game. Officials initially ruled that it was not a goal, but the decision was overturned after video review.

Brian Rolston scored a goal in six straight games for the Wild from Jan. 21 to Feb. 5, 2008. … This was the first meeting between the teams since the Wild traded D Marco Scandella and F Jason Pominville to Buffalo in exchange for F Tyler Ennis and F Marcus Foligno on June 30. … Wild F Chris Stewart returned to the lineup after he was a healthy scratch for Monday’s 4-3 overtime loss to the New Jersey Devils. … Dubnyk is 4-0-0 all-time vs. Buffalo.

Gilbert will not be permitted inside the Steelers’ facilities until after the suspension is served. He will be eligible to return to the team on Dec. 18, a day after the Steelers’ anticipated clash with the New England Patriots at Heinz Field.

Though Chris Hubbard acquitted himself well in relief of Gilbert, the Steelers will be without a player offensive coordinator Todd Haley has called the best right tackle in the game. Many of the Steelers’ designed runs go to the right side behind guard David DeCastro and Gilbert, who’s played a big role in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s declining sack numbers in recent years.

Still, head coach Mike Tomlin recently used Hubbard as an example of his expectation to see no dropoff when subs play significant snaps.broncos_066-500x500