Here are today’s top sports stories including, multiple injuries, a rookie record, an update in New York, and more.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill suffered an apparent leg injury during the first week of NFL training camp. Running back Jay Ajayi also suffered a concussion during practice.
New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady celebrates his 40th birthday today.
The Atlanta Braves ended the Los Angeles Dodgers MLB record win streak of 53 straight games when leading at any point during a game.
Colorado Rockies closer and MLB saves leader Greg Holland has been listed day-to-day after slicing his index finger with a kitchen knife.
Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Cody Bellinger hit his 30th homerun of the season becoming the 3rd fastest player to reach 30 homeruns.
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The Philadelphia Phillies won’t honor Pete Rose in their alumni weekend festival due to the recent allegations against him.
Denver Broncos Von Miller and Las Vegas Raiders Khalil Mack recently stated that a 30 sack season is within reach.
New York Knicks duo Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis both recently said they are at peace in New York. Anthony said, however, that he has not met with the Knicks about his future in New York.
Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller broke his collarbone during practice this week and is out indefinitely.
Nashville Predators captain and 17-year veteran Mike Fisher has announced his retirement from the NHL.