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  • Tua Tagovailoa back in Alabama for more tests on hip injury

    Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was carted off in the second quarter of Saturday's game against Mississippi State with a hip injury. He was airlifted back to Birmingham for CAT scans and MRIs.Tagovailoa was injured with three minutes remaining before halftime when he was brought down by two Bulldogs defenders while rolling to his left on a third-down play. He suffered a bloody nose and couldn't put pressure on his right leg when he was helped up by trainers.

    A source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that there was concern before the end of the game that it was a "very serious" injury.

  • 32 NFL one-hit wonders: Hillis' Madden cover, Tyree's helmet catch, more

    Remember Jonas Gray's legendary four-touchdown Thursday night against the Colts? What about Peyton Hillis' run to the cover of Madden NFL 12? Or maybe Chris Matthews' come-from-nowhere game in Super Bowl XLIX?We asked our NFL Nation reporters to pick the greatest one-hit wonders in the history of the teams they cover, the players who broke out in a big way ... and faded away just as quickly. These are the 32 players who had one great game or season and never made a big impact in the NFL again. NFC EAST

    What happened: In a must-win game against the Redskins on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys trailed 16-3 when quarterback Roger Staubach was knocked out with an injury in the third quarter.

  • Week 8 NFL takeaways: Eagles make a statement in road win

    The Eagles pulled off a big win over the Bills, while the Titans, Colts and Chargers won close games. And the Saints' offense soared in Drew Brees' return.All that and more in Week 8's biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.

    The Titans have found ways to win close games the past two weeks. Coach Mike Vrabel took Bruce Arians' "No risk it, no biscuit" saying to another level when he called a fake field goal, despite the Titans having a four-point lead with 3:45 remaining in the game. It was a highly questionable decision, but Tennessee's defense bailed him out.

  • Raiders release Brown after tumultuous tenure

    The Oakland Raiders have announced they've released wide receiverThe move comes after Brown in an Instagram post earlier Saturday asked to be released by the team." data-instgrm-version="12">

    And that's fine ! I have worked my whole life to prove that the system is blind to see talent like mines.Now that everyone sees it, they want me to conform to that same system that has failed me all those years. "I'm not mad at anyone. I'm just asking for the freedom to prove them all wrong." Release me @raiders #NOMore #theyputblindersonahorseforareason #NoMoreFake

    Brown told ESPN's Jeff Darlington in an email Saturday that there is "no way" he plays for the Raiders.

  • No. 1 Clemson stops 2-point conversion, beats North Carolina

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Trevor Lawrence connected with Tee Higgins on a 38-yard touchdown pass with 9:54 left and top-ranked Clemson stopped a late 2-point conversion to hold off North Carolina 21-20 on Saturday.The Tigers (5-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) had trouble all day in trying to extend their school-record winning streak to 20 games. They didn't go ahead for good until Lawrence's scoring strike in the fourth, then came up with the clinching stop after the Tar Heels pulled within a point with 1:17 left on Javonte Williams' short run.

  • Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs limp to first loss of season

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Quarterback Patrick Mahomes needs some help, after all. The Kansas City Chiefs left the NFL's reigning MVP with little assistance on Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts and for the first time this season, Mahomes couldn't deliver a victory.The Chiefs failed to protect Mahomes well or try to take any meaningful pressure off him with the running game. Mahomes was left battered -- he left the field with a limp with the rest of the offense to make way for the punting unit late in the third quarter after his left ankle was stepped on by a teammate -- and the Chiefs had their lowest scoring game with Mahomes at quarterback in a 19-13 loss at Arrowhead Stadium.

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