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Trump Claims Tom Brady Voted For Him; Brady’s Wife Says Otherwise

(CBS SF) – In the closing hours of the campaign, Donald Trump said he has received the vote of New England Patriots quarterback and San Mateo native Tom Brady. Meanwhile, Brady’s wife has said on social media that they are not supporting the Republican nominee. Trump told a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday that Brady called the nominee ...

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Redskins Opponent Profile: First Place Vikings Come To Town

The final polls are in and most NFL pundits are voting in favor of a Redskins win as the Vikings come to town. This issomewhat surprising considering that Minnesota started the season off at 5-0, but the Vikings enter the game on a three-game losing streak and look ripe for the picking. At 5-0, the national pundits were in deep ...

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Eagles Opponent Profile: Matt Ryan And Julio Jones Have Atlanta Falcons Taking Flight

The Philadelphia Eagles look to shrug off a two-game losing streak when they return home to Lincoln Financial Field this weekend to host the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons are riding the momentum of a two-game winning streak after bucking their own two-game skid. They have the offense to give Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz plenty to worry about in preparation. ...

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Dolphins Opponent Profile: Ryan Tannehill Vs. Philip Rivers

Follow CBSMIAMI.COM: Facebook | Twitter Coming off a huge victory over the New York Jets in Week 9, the Miami Dolphins must now prove they can win away from Hard Rock Stadium. Looking to extend their modest three-game win streak to four games, Adam Gase and the Fins will travel to the West to take on a tricky San Diego Chargers squad. Qualcomm ...

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The Best of MaD Radio 11-8

Mike and Seth react to the Monday Night Football game between the Seahawks and the Bills. Mike, Seth and Robert Henslee discuss the morning’s top headlines. What version of Osweiler will we get in the second half of the season? Also, Seth Payne sings a song about Jason La Canfora. Mike and Seth discuss the cancellation of Bill Simmons’ HBO ...

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Referee Walt Anderson So Bad In Bills-Seahawks That Even NFL’s Dean Blandino Couldn’t Defend Him

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The NFL is great at many things. Admitting fault is not one of them. It’s telling, then, that instead of circling the wagons and defending the actions of an NFL official, veteran referee Walt Anderson has left the league with no choice — not after a bumbling, blundering, bungling of a trainwreck ...

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Road To UFC 205: The History Of The Three Titles At Stake

By Ken Boehlke UFC 205 will mark the second time in UFC history in which three titles are on the line on the same night, and for the first time ever, four current title holders will be on display. Here’s a look at the history of each division title that’s at stake Nov. 12. Women’s Strawweight Champions Dec. 12, 2014 ...

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Claude Julien: Bruins Tend To ‘Take It Easy’ On Power Play, But Did ‘Better Job’ Against Buffalo

By Matt Dolloff, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The Bruins power play began the 2016-17 on a dismal pace, scoring just three goals in 38 opportunities in their first 11 games. But the floodgates opened on Monday night against the Buffalo Sabres as the Bruins exploded for three power play goals in eight opportunities in their 4-0 win. The team’s ...

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Bernstein: Manny Ramirez Deserves Credit, Too

By Dan Bernstein– CBSChicago.com senior columnist (CBS) There has been a notable absence from the Cubs’ ongoing celebration of their World Series championship, both in person and in name. Interestingly, he was given more attention last year around this time, despite the team’s bats being silenced by the Mets in the NLCS. Manny Ramirez has held a nebulous position as ...

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No Progress For Celtics’ Al Horford

BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Celtics were hoping to have Al Horford back in time for Wednesday night’s game against the Wizards, but his status is again in doubt as the big man has not progressed in the NBA’s concussion protocol. Horford suffered the concussion last Monday during practice and has missed Boston’s last three games. Celtics head coach Brad ...

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Schmeelk: The Odd Impact of Joakim Noah

By John Schmeelk» More Columns Joakim Noah has had a big impact on the Knicks this year, but it isn’t the one most people would have expected. Noah has the best plus/minus on the Knicks’ roster. In fact, he is the only Knick on the roster who has a positive plus/minus. Besides Noah, every other Knicks player has been outscored while ...

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Curry Hits NBA-Record 13 3-Pointers As Warriors Defeat Pelicans

OAKLAND (CBS / AP) — Stephen Curry let it fly from the top of the arc, backpedaled as his record-breaking 3-ball dropped and then wildly began bobbing his head and shuffling his feet with the swagger of a two-time reigning MVP. Add another remarkable achievement to a long list of them for Curry: most 3-pointers in one game. The star ...

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Schwei’s Devils Notes: Cammalleri’s Unlikely Hat Trick And More

By John Schweibacher » More Columns The New Jersey Devils went 1-1-1 on their three-game road trip, finishing it off with their first win away from home ice this season — 4-1 Sunday night against the Carolina Hurricanes. Michael Cammalleri, who had not scored a goal since Dec. 30, 2015, had the hat trick for the Devils in the victory. According to ...

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Donald Trump Claims Tom Brady, Bill Belichick Are Supporting Him

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Donald Trump says the four-time Super Bowl winning NFL coach and quarterback tandem, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, are supporting him. Addressing crowd at a Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday night before Election Day, the presidential candidate claims that Brady has voted for him. “[Brady] called today and he said, ‘Donald, I support you, you’re my friend, and I ...

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Sixers Lose Sixth Straight To Start Season

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia 76ers just never really showed up on Monday night in a 109-84 blowout loss to the Jazz. The Sixers are now 0-6 to start the season. “We were flat the entire night,” Jahlil Okafor said after the game. Okafor lead the Sixers with 15 points and four rebounds in 22 minutes. Joel Embiid played just 19 ...

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Betts, Porcello Finalists For AL MVP, Cy Young Awards

BOSTON (CBS) — Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts and starter Rick Porcello certainly would have liked to see their 2016 seasons end better, but their regular seasons were outstanding enough to have a chance at top honors in the American League. Betts was named one of the three finalists for the AL MVP award on Monday. The right fielder ...

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Malcolm Jenkins: ‘We Have To Understand How We Win’

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Before the season started, Malcolm Jenkins explained the Eagles’ identity. Play good defense and special teams, control the ball, and be “opportunistic” on offense. Related: Porter: Eagles Hurting Themselves By Not Using Ryan Mathews On Sunday, in a 28-23 loss to the Giants, Carson Wentz threw the ball 47 times getting picked off twice. Doug Pederson elected to go for it ...

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VOTE: 10 Questions Surrounding 2017 Boston Red Sox

By Dan Roche, WBZ-TV Sports BOSTON (CBS) — As we get set to make history with another presidential election, let’s turn to the polls and have you answer some Red Sox questions looking ahead to 2017. Let’s begin with a quick look back. The Sox finished 93-63 to win the AL East title and then lost in a three-game sweep ...

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Eli Manning On WFAN: Giants ‘Confident’ Late In Tight Games

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Eli Manning says he’s feeling good about the Giants — and why wouldn’t he? Big Blue beat the Eagles on Sunday to win their third straight and improve to 5-3. “I feel good just because … we’re finding ways to win tight football games,” Manning said during his weekly appearance on Mike Francesa’s WFAN show Monday. “That’s ...

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Bowles Dismisses Notion That Jets Are Dysfunctional Bunch

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Losses are piling, tempers are flaring and players are being benched. Throw in all the penalties, mistakes and questionable play calling, and the New York Jets have the troubling look and feel of a dysfunctional bunch. Todd Bowles’ team is 3-6, matching its loss total from last season, and its playoff prospects already appear highly unlikely. ...

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