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Trending Now: Jason Pierre-Paul Returns to Giants

Posted October 28th, 2015 @ 2:45pm

-Giants Pro Bowl defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has rejoined the team for the first time since losing a finger and injuring his thumb in a July 4 fireworks accident.
-Quarterback Johnny Manziel took first team reps as the Browns prepare for Week 8 vs. the Cardinals. Josh McCown sat out practice today with a sore shoulder.
-Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill says he is retiring, effective immediately, because of health issues. Defensive coordinator Tracy Claeys has been named the Gopher's interim coach.
-FOX's Ken Rosenthal: Edinson Volquez has returned to the Dominican Republic following the death of his father. He will rejoin the Royals when the World Series moves to New York.
-Game 2 of the World Series gets underway at 8 p.m. ET on FOX-TV with the Royals leading the Mets 1-0. The pitching match-up will feature Johnny Cueto (KC) vs. Jacob deGrom (NYM).
-The attorney for Katina Powell says the former escort will not assist the NCAA in its investigation of Louisville unless she's granted immunity from any criminal prosecution.

-The Royals beat the Mets 5-4 in 14 innings in Game 1 of the World Series. Eric Hosmer won it with a sac fly RBI to end the longest opening game in World Series history.
-Kansas City starting pitcher Edinson Volquez lost his father before the game to heart disease. Volquez reportedly was informed of his father's death after he left the game.
-The Fox World Series broadcast was interrupted by a power outage. The game was delayed by 7 minutes because the outage caused video review to be unavailable. 
-The defending champion Warriors opened up their season with a 111-95 win over the Pelicans. Reigning league MVP Steph Curry led Golden State with 40 points.
-The Bulls edged the Cavaliers in their season opener 97-95. Chicago's Pau Gasol blocked a LeBron James layup attempt in the final seconds to preserve the win.
-The Canadiens lost to the Canucks 5-1. Montreal had started the season 9-0 and with another win would have tied the N-H-L record for best start to a season.   


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