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Ron Rivera: We’ll know more tomorrow on Ryan Fitzpatrick’s hip

Washington quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was knocked out of Sunday’s loss to the Chargers with a hip injury and there wasn’t any word on his outlook for Week Two and beyond after the game. Fitzpatrick left the game in the second quarter after taking a hit from Chargers pass rusher Uchenna Nwosu. He was originally called [more]

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Ozzie Albies, Freddie Freeman both go yard in the seventh to help Braves top Marlins, 5-3


Leury García’s solo homer gives White Sox 2-1 walk-off win over Red Sox

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