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Fantasy football: Draft kit

Fantasy football stats, facts, rankings and draft advice are all packed together here in the Draft kit, including the best fantasy football team names submitted by fans.

Matthews on fan falling: 'Horrible scene' (2:52)
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Much easier than putting: Harman cards 2 aces

Lefty Brian Harman pulled off the rare feat of two holes-in-one during the same round Sunday, something that has happened just three times in PGA Tour history.

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Chargers say Seahawks rookie attacked Rivers

Seahawks defensive lineman Frank Clark angered multiple offensive linemen on the Chargers, who accused the rookie of trying to attack San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers while under a pile.

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Gruden admits RG III confusion, defends team

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he was left like everyone else -- scratching his head over how Robert Griffin III went from being cleared one day to out the next with concussion symptoms.

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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans DE JJ Watt didn't discriminate. He threw passes to kids in Saints jerseys too -- some in the upper deck -- while mingling with fans pregame in the Superdome.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans DE JJ Watt just took a walk around Superdome pregame looking for Texans fans in crowd and playing catch with them.

Mets-Red Sox belongs to Syndergaard

There's really not much to talk about in this game other than Mets SP Noah Syndergaard. He just completed the his fifth shutout frame with just two hits allowed and New York leads on his RBI single. Follow live


Seahawks struggling on offense

In three preseason games, Russell Wilson and the first-team offense have been on the field for 12 possessions. The results? Seven punts, four field goals and a turnover. Coach Pete Carroll says: "We're all a little bit frustrated with it." More Lynch should help

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Russell Martin gets in on HR fest

Martin hit Toronto's 4th HR of the game, of the 2-run variety, to give the Blue Jays a 6-0 lead over the Tigers. Toronto has 6 hits on the day, 4 being HRs. Martin is the 6th different Blue Jay to hit a home run (for 11 HRs total) in the 3-game series. Follow live

Ellsbury finishing August on power trip

Yankees OF Jacoby Ellsbury slugged HR No. 7 of the season in the second inning, a three-run shot to give New York a 3-0 lead over the Braves. Four of Ellsbury's seven home runs this season have come in August. Follow live

Early home lead for Cleveland

The Indians' Michael Brantley doubled to deep right to score Jason Kipnis in the first. Brantley later scored when Carlos Santana doubled to deep center and Brantley just beat the throw home. Follow live


Leo Santa Cruz: 'It's a dream come true'

Leo Santa Cruz joined SportsCenter and said of his victory over Abner Mares: "I still can't believe it. I'm just very happy and excited for the people's reaction."


Howard's darkhorse Heisman picks
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Don't sleep on Arizona LB Scooby Wright III and Baylor QB Seth Russell as Heisman hopefuls, says ESPN college football analyst Desmond Howard.

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Canada ready to shine at FIBA Americas

With a young NBA-heavy core -- led by Rookie of the Year Andrew Wiggins -- that has shined in international play this summer, Canada is ready to take the next step at this week's FIBA Americas tournament. Future threat to US dominance? (Insider)

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Home run parade in Toronto

Josh Donaldson opened things up with the first home run in the 1st inning. Edwin Encarnacion added another solo dinger -- hitting in his 25th straight game with his 4th HR in his last 2 games. And Kevin Pillar went yard with a 2-run homer in the 2nd inning. Toronto now is up 4-0 on Detroit in the third.

Stephen Strasburg roughed up in first

Justin Bour took the Nationals starter deep to center field for a three-run homer, his 14th this season. The Marlins lead 3-0 in D.C. Follow live

Eddie Matz @ESPNeddiematz

Of 37 umps who've worked HP for at least 2 of his GS, Strasburg's 4.91 ERA w/Dale Scott is 5th worst. Scott behind plate today...3-0, Fish.

Not 1, but 2 aces for Brian Harman

Harman became the 1st player since 2006, and just the third all-time on the PGA Tour, to ace 2 holes in one round. They both came on par 3s, No. 3 and No. 14, at The Barclays. He finished the tournament -2 overall, 35th place.


Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Brian Harman on Holes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17 and 18: 66 strokes. Brian Harman on Holes 3 and 14: 2 strokes.

ICYMI: Santa Cruz defeats Mares

Fight of the year? Unbeaten Leo Santa Cruz defeated Abner Mares on Saturday night by majority decision in an action-packed bout that will likely be in the mix for some accolades when 2015 comes to an end.


Drew Brees to limit action Sunday

The Saints QB is only expected to play a handful of snaps today against the Texans. But if he can bounce back from an off year in 2014, he could be a top fantasy option again. He's currently 5th in Matthew Berry's QB rankings. Play for free

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Moment of silence for Braves fan

Prior to today's game, the Braves lowered the American flag to half-staff in memory of Greg "Ace" Murrey, who fell to his death Saturday night during the Yankees-Braves game.


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Brian Harman had 2 holes-in-one during the same round today at the Barclays. Just the 3rd time that has happened in PGA Tour history.

Donaldson powering Jays in August

Josh Donaldson's 1st-inning HR put the Blue Jays up 2-0. He now has hit 11 HRs in August. Only the Mariners' Nelson Cruz (12) has more. Donaldson's 36 HRs this season are also second to Cruz and his 39. Follow live

No ligament damage for Leonard Williams

Jets rookie DE Leonard Williams had an MRI on his injured left knee, revealing no ligament damage. He does have a muscle strain, putting his availability for the regular-season opener in question.

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