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ATLANTA   — The Seattle Seahawks let Russell Wilson do the cooking. The only thing he burned was the Atlanta Falcons. Showing what he can do when given a chance to open up the … more
DENVER — A day after Tom Brady’s dud of a debut for Tampa Bay, Stephen Gostkowski failed to put all that Patriots pedigree to work in his first game with the Tennessee Titans.Until the very … more
BALTIMORE — DJ Stewart hit the first of three Baltimore homers in a nine-run third inning, and the Orioles pounded the Atlanta Braves 14-1 Monday night to end a five-game losing streak. After … more
KNOXVILLE — The Cleveland Middle School volleyball teams traveled north over the weekend and enjoyed a great weekend at The World's Fair Park in Knoxville, coming home with a pair of championship trophies. more
Monday, Sept. 14 GOLF East Hamilton at Walker Valley (Chatata Valley), 4 VOLLEYBALL Cleveland, GPS at Soddy-Daisy, 5 Bradley Central at Rhea County, 6:15 (9th 4:15, JV 5:15) Polk … more

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tom Brady threw two interceptions in his Tampa Bay debut, Alvin Kamara scored touchdowns running and receiving, and the New Orleans Saints beat the Buccaneers 34-23 on Sunday.


WASHINGTON (AP) — Adam Duvall and Ozzie Albies each hit a two-run homer off a laboring Max Scherzer, and the Atlanta Braves rallied past the Washington Nationals 8-4 on Sunday.

NAPA, Calif. (AP) — Stewart Cink’s long wait is finally over. He doesn’t have to worry about being cast as a villain, either, as was the case when Cink outlasted fan favorite Tom Watson to win … more
MILWAUKEE (AP) — From University of Tennessee-Martin walk-on to major league starter, Chicago Cubs right-hander Alec Mills had to earn most every break he got.


RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Brad Keselowski entered NASCAR's playoffs certain he has as good a chance at the Cup championship as favorites Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin.

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