The NFL announced the three 2015 games that will be played in London. In the first divisional match-up played in the U.K., the Dolphins will host the Jets in Week 4. The Jaguars will face the Bills in Week 7, followed by the Chiefs hosting Detroit in Week 8.
Dallas QB Tony Romo practiced for the first time since suffering two transverse process fractures in his back Oct. 27 vs. Washington. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he expects Romo will play Sunday against the Jaguars in London.
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis announced that RB Giovani Bernard will miss tonight’s game against the Browns because of his hip injury.
FoxSports.com: According to Mike Garafolo, the NFL rejected Adrian Peterson’s attempt for immediate reinstatement following his Tuesday plea agreement. NFL executives said a decision on Peterson's status would be forthcoming.
Bulls guard Derrick Rose says he tweaked his “still sore” ankles in last night’s win over the Bucks. He hopes to be able to play Friday vs. the 76ers.
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw has been named winner of the Warren Spahn Award for the third time in four seasons. The Spahn Award is presented annually to MLB’s best left-handed pitcher based on his wins, strikeouts and earned run average.
Free agent LHP Troy Patton has been suspended 80 games for amphetamine use. This is his third offense. His suspension will take effect as soon as he signs a contract.
The University of Washington has reportedly dismissed CB Marcus Peters following another argument with assistant coaches during practice.
The Jazz edged the Cavaliers 102-100 on a Gordon Hayward buzzer beater. LeBron James added 31 points in the loss. Cleveland is 1-3 on the season.
The Grizzlies down the Suns in Phoenix 102-91. Memphis is off to the best start in franchise history at 5-0.
The Warriors breeze past the Clippers 121-104. Golden State is 4-0 on the season.
The Bulls beat the Bucks 95-86. Chicago guard Derrick Rose returned to the lineup from an ankle injury. He had 13 points and seven assists in 32 minutes.
The Rangers edged the Red Wings 4-3 in overtime on Derrick Brassard’s power play goal.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have signed goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury to a four-year contract extension worth $23 million.
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