Parker’s Legacy Comes Full Circle With Second WNBA Championship

    11:00 PM ET Mechelle VoepelESPN.com Close Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women’s college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. CHICAGO — Candace Parker knew all too well what was at stake. She had been in Game 4 of the WNBA Finals twice before, a chance to win a title on her home court. But she…

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    ‘Resilient’ Raiders Cap Week With Emotional Win

    7:56 PM ET Paul GutierrezESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Oakland Raiders for CSNBayArea.com and Sacramento Bee for eight years Member of Pro Football Writers Association Previously worked at Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas Review-Journal and Sports Illustrated DENVER — An emotional win Sunday for the Las Vegas Raiders ended a painful week for the team. The Raiders beat the Denver Broncos 34-24 in their first game since Jon Gruden resigned…

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    QB Newton Says He Got Vaccinated, Wants To Play

    In a video published to his YouTube channel on Sunday, free-agent quarterback Cam Newton said he has been vaccinated against COVID-19 and wants to keep playing football. Newton, 32, was released by the New England Patriots shortly before the season. He had missed three practices because of what the Patriots called a COVID-19 protocol “misunderstanding,” although coach Bill Belichick said Newton’s vaccination status didn’t factor into the decision to release…

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    No Kingsbury, No Prob, As ‘seamless’ Cards Go 6-0

    10:34 PM ET Josh WeinfussESPN Staff Writer Close Covered the Cardinals since 2012 Graduate of Indiana University Member of Pro Football Writers of America No head coach, no problem for the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. With Kliff Kingsbury home in Arizona after a positive COVID-19 test on Friday, the Cardinals kept their offense on track in a dominating 37-14 road win over the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium to improve…

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    Dak Will Undergo MRI On Calf, Expects To ‘be Fine’

    10:22 PM ET Todd ArcherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered NFL since 1997, Cowboys since 2003 Previously covered Bengals and Dolphins Lives in Dallas area with his wife and two children FOXBORO, Mass. — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will undergo an MRI on Monday for a right calf injury that he suffered on his game-winning touchdown pass to CeeDee Lamb to defeat the New England Patriots in overtime. “Life keeps…

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