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21mDan Rafael

Santa Cruz, Mares promise fight-of-the-year performance

Leo Santa Cruz and Abner Mares are among the most crowd-pleasing fighters. Both are promising a fight to remember when they meet at the Staples Center in Los Angeles (10 ET, ESPN & WatchESPN).

Montana upsets North Dakota State (0:57)
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11mColey Harvey

Dalton 'fine' after TD dive, Bengals coach says

Bengals QB Andy Dalton left Saturday's preseason game against the Bears as a precaution with a neck injury that appeared to happen on his first and only series of the night.

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1mRob Demovsky

Cobb (shoulder) exits as another Pack WR hurt

Randall Cobb, who took over for Jordy Nelson as the Packers' No. 1 receiver, was injured on the third play in Saturday's preseason game against the Eagles and was examined in the locker room.

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40mMike Rodak

Rex to choose starter Sunday after QBs all excel

Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan will decide on his starting quarterback Sunday but will not make his decision public, hoping to keep the Indianapolis Colts -- the Bills' Week 1 foe, in the dark.

Bills QBs look strong in win (1:14)
Pennsylvania walks off for LLWS U.S. title (0:17)
Japan advances to championship game (1:51)
PSU coach challenges PA Little Leaguer (0:36)
A hat trick for Encarnacion (0:14)
Gose forgets how many outs in inning (0:33)
Ridiculous high school kickoff return (0:31)
103-year-old woman throws out first pitch (0:19)
WATCH: Wilson scores spectacular bicycle kick (0:34)
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1mJamison Hensley

Ravens' Smith, Skins' Culliver ejected for fighting

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith and Washington Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver were ejected with less than a minute left in the first quarter of Saturday night's preseason game.

Eaton battles with self to break world record (1:05)
Day, Bae tied for lead (1:52)
Djoker's dance party (1:06)
WATCH: Kamara's desperate attempt (0:32)
Scheduling could make difference for Big Ten winner (1:05)
College GameDay sign desires (0:40)
Jen Welter Conversation (3:43)
Floyd Mayweather balls with Isaiah Thomas (2:00)


Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh McCown had two touchdown passes and a rating of 113.9 against the Bucs. The Browns starter opened both halves with long TD drives. "For the most part, when you go out in a little over a half and put up 17 points on offense, you feel good about it," McCown said.

Red-hot Moustakas leads Royals past Rays

Mike Moustakas had three hits and three RBIs, including the go-ahead double in the fifth, in Kansas City's 6-3 win over Tampa Bay.


Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Much better evening for Rams QB Nick Foles tonight. He was 10-of-11 for 128 yards with a touchdown for a passer rating of 145.5 in first half. All of that despite penalty and protection issues on offensive line. Foles even made some plays with his feet. Easily his best outing of preseason.


Tiger pounces for TD catch

With a name like Tiger, you know he has to have some incredible leaping skills. And Tiger Jones proved just that with this backflip over the wall for Jacksonville against San Jose in the Arena Bowl on ESPN.


Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys QB Tony Romo on Terrance Williams, who had a 60-yard TD catch: “He’s had a great offseason. He had a great camp, and he is getting better and better. He is probably one of the best run after the catch guys I have ever seen. Whenever he gets the ball in his hands, he has a chance to score."

Tony Romo is done for the night

Dallas' starting QB finished with 5-of-8, 88 yards and 2 TDs while the Cowboys trail the Vikings 21-14. Dustin Vaughan is in at QB. Follow live

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Philip Rivers hit the thumb of his throwing hand on Kevin Pierre-Louis' helmet following through on a pass, Rivers finished the series, but now is headed to the locker room with a trainer. Just before half, Seahawks lead 7-6 over Chargers.

Fan falls from upper deck at Turner Field

A fan fell from the upper deck to an area behind home plate during tonight's Yankees-Braves game. EMTs spent 5-10 minutes working on him before taking him out on a back board. ESPN's Wallace Matthews tweets: "A witness said the fan was leaning over the rail screaming at A-Rod when he suddenly tumbled over the rail."

How Santa Cruz, Mares stack up

Leo Santa Cruz brings an unbeaten mark into tonight's PBC on ESPN event, and has the youth and reach advantages over former three-division champion Abner Mares.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked at halftime about his exchange with Redskins coach Jay Gruden, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told WBAL Radio: "I have nothing to say about that."

Manning, Broncos take on 49ers

The Broncos are set to play their starters -- including QB Peyton Manning -- at least a half tonight vs. the 49ers and it likely will be the last game-day look at their regulars in the preseason. Follow live

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Houston Astros @astrosbaseball

Mike Fiers' no-hit streak ends at 12 IP tonight. Per Elias Sports, the last #Astros pitcher with a hitless streak of 12+ innings was Mike Scott (16 IP in 1986). ??????

Beltre goes deep in Arlington

Adrian Beltre's 3rd-inning, two-run homer was the 408th of his career, breaking a tie with Miguel Cabrera and Duke Snider for sole possession of 51st on baseball's all-time list. Texas leads Baltimore 3-0 in the 4th inning. Follow live


Vikings catch up early in the third

The Cowboys started the second half on top of the Vikings 14-13 but RB Dominique Williams had a 5-yard TD run to give Minnesota a 21-14 lead. Follow live

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts starting defensive tackle Art Jones is out for the rest of the game against St. Louis because of an ankle injury. He missed seven games last season with an ankle injury.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers have announced that the following players will not play in tonight's third exhibition at the Denver Broncos: CB Tramaine Brock, ILB Philip Wheeler, ILB Desmond Bishop, TE Vance McDonald and S Craig Dahl.

Yankees enjoy scoring early

Jacoby Ellsbury scored on a wild pitch in the first inning, the only run in New York's game against Atlanta. The Yankees have scored 108 runs in the first inning, the most by any team in any other inning this year (Rockies have 101 in the 4th inning). The Yankees had just 72 in the first all last season. Luis Severino has held the Braves scoreless through 6 innings. Follow live

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens QB Joe Flacco had a strong dress rehearsal, finishing 8 of 13 for 137 yards and one TD. He led Ravens to scores on three of four drives and stepped up on third downs.

Japan wins LLWS international title
Little League World Series 

Japan was no-hit through 6 innings but broke through in extra innings to beat Mexico 1-0 and win the International Championship game to advance to its 15th Little League Championship game against Pennsylvania.

Little League World Series 

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets suffered a potentially costly injury in the first half, as rookie DE Leonard Williams left with a knee injury. The severity wasn't immediately available. A serious injury would be a killer, considering they won't have Sheldon Richardson for the first four games due to a suspension. The Jets' nightmarish summer continues.?

Pennsylvania captures LLWS U.S. title
Little League World Series 

Chayton Krauss' walkoff single lifted Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, past Pearland, Texas, 3-2, for the state's first U.S. Championship since 1990 and a matchup with Japan for the world title Sunday.

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