Account Login | Need an account?

Clips' Paul out 6-8 weeks due to thumb

(AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

LOS ANGELES (AP) The streaking Clippers are down another All-Star.

Chris Paul will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb and is expected to miss six to eight weeks.

The team said Tuesday its veteran point guard will continue to undergo treatment and evaluation by the club's medical staff.

Tomlin apologizes, will discipline Brown

PITTSBURGH (AP) The father in Mike Tomlin regrets the language he used to describe the New England Patriots during the postgame speech Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown opted to livestream on social media after a taut playoff victory over Kansas City.

The coach in Tomlin has just as big an issue with one of his team's biggest stars forcing the Steelers to talk about something other than trying to find a way to finally beat Tom Brady when it counts. (MORE)

Kyle Shanahan only 49ers candidate left

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) The search for a new San Francisco 49ers coach has narrowed in on Atlanta offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan after the only other candidate remaining pulled out of consideration.

Seattle offensive line coach Tom Cable's agent, Doug Hendickson, tweeted Tuesday that Cable is "re-affirming" his commitment to the Seahawks and thanked the 49ers for their interest. That follows New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels pulling out on Monday and leaves Shanahan as the only remaining candidate. (MORE)

Cowboys delay decision on Romo's future

FRISCO, Texas (AP) Those closest to Tony Romo on the Cowboys aren't ready to discuss the future of the Dallas quarterback, probably because they know the likely final answer.

After 156 games and franchise bests of 34,183 yards passing and 248 touchdowns, Romo's career in Dallas appears to be over after he lost the job he held for 10 years to rookie sensation Dak Prescott following a preseason back injury. (MORE)

Bautista, Jays agree to $18M for 1 year

TORONTO (AP) Jose Bautista is staying with the Toronto Blue Jays after all.

The free agent slugger agreed to an $18 million, one-year contract with Toronto that includes mutual options for more years, a person with knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press. (MORE)

 2016 champ Kerber wins on 29th birthday

 Harden has 40-12-10 but Heat top Rockets

 Ducks players hospitalized from workouts

 Beamer among 3 new CFP committee members

 Islanders fire Capuano amid 7th season

w11 © 2017 by STATS.
Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS is strictly prohibited.