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Watch live: Seahawks extend lead in second half

Tune in to see Lions-Seahawks on Monday Night Football, live on ESPN and WatchESPN.

Year of the rookie in baseball (2:09)
Rewind: Bonds belts record-breaking home run (0:45)
Tannehill's struggles part of Dolphins mess (0:57)
How good is Michigan after two shutouts? (1:06)
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Seattle high schooler dies after football injuries

Evergreen High's Kenney Bui, who died late Monday morning, was injured in the fourth quarter Friday and taken to the hospital, where he underwent surgery and had been in critical condition.

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Fremeau: Can anybody go unbeaten?

Only 20 unbeatens remain heading into Week 6 of the season. How many can actually stay that way? A surprising metric-based breakdown of the teams with the best -- and worst -- chances.

Torres suspended 41 games for hit on Silfverberg (1:34)
Laken Tomlinson: The inspirational journey of a Lions OL (4:10)
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Rex changes tune on Bills' penalties, seeks fix

After taking a defiant stance Sunday on the Bills' 17 penalties in their 24-10 loss to the Giants, Rex Ryan explained Monday that he was doing everything possible to fix the problem.

Green heats up with a windmill dunk (0:20)
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Clayton: The golden age of Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan is now 30, but he could just be entering his prime, with weapons to throw to, a running game to fall back on, and a coaching staff eager to maximize his talent.

Jaworski: Eagles use of Murray inexcusable (1:30)
How do the Yankees move on without Sabathia? (1:50)
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Fantasy Fallout: Freeman's encore, Gurley's rise

Tristan H. Cockcroft provides historical context to the top fantasy storylines from Week 4, including Devonta Freeman's encore, Todd Gurley's big second half and Cairo Santos' surprising day.

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NHL: Is your team projected to win it all?

Kings, Blackhawks, Kings, Blackhawks. That's so last four years. We're all about the here and now, so we turned to Hockey Prospectus to illuminate the new season that starts on Wednesday.

Broncos' defense leading the way for offense (1:28)


Wilson sacked at a high rate this season

Russell Wilson has now taken 16 sacks, 2nd most in the NFL behind Alex Smith (18 sacks).


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After fumble, Earl Thomas was first Seahawk to greet Lockett. Defense then came through. Has now forced punts on 16 of last 17 possessions.

Lions recover first turnover of game

The Seahawks had a firm grasp on the game, much firmer than Tyler Lockett did on a 42-yard Detroit punt. The Seattle returner flubbed the catch and the Lions recovered at the Seahawks 46-yard line. Three plays later, Detroit punted again.


Stafford, Johnson struggle on deep pass

Matt Stafford is 1-of-4 when targeting Calvin Johnson on throws of 20 or more yards. He had only targeted Johnson once on such throws in the first three games of the season. The Lions trail the Seahawks 13-3 in the third. Follow live


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Lions DT Haloti Ngata is questionable to return after suffering a calf injury.

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Seahawks RB Fred Jackson got his right leg rolled up on during a Russell Wilson scramble with 12:53 left in the third quarter and left the game.

Porzingis part Dirk, part Pau Gasol?

New York assistant coach Kurt Rambis spoke highly of the Knicks' first-round pick, but cautioned: "You [reporters] haven't seen it yet and probably all of it won't come out for three, four, five years either. He's got to grow up, mature, develop, get stronger, get used to the NBA game."

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Behold the new Elvis Jabberdog Brownie

The Rangers are playoff bound and have some aggressive food items for the postseason. This is a two-foot long brownie rolled in Rice Krispies crust, dipped in funnel cake batter and fried and costs $26, it is presumably named after SS Elvis Andrus and not Presley, although the singer might have approved.

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High School RB Jukes Entire Defense

You can't tackle what you can't touch, as the entire defense on this play found out to their dismay. Check it out


$350K betting scandal erupts in DFS

According to The New York Times, a DraftKings employee admitted last week to inadvertently releasing data before the start of the third week of NFL games, a move akin to insider trading in the stock market. The employee -- a midlevel content manager -- won $350,000 at rival site FanDuel that same week. Story

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Saban lashes out at media
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Alabama coach Nick Saban when asked about what advice his gives his players on the noise surrounding the program: "Well I say the same thing as when you all buried us last week and all that. That it really doesn't matter what you think. ... Cause if it was up to you, we're six-feet under already. We're dead and buried and gone. Gone!"

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Seahawks blitz throws off Stafford

Matthew Stafford was 1-of-6 for one yard when facing the blitz in the first half. The Seahawks blitzed a defensive back on three of those attempts. Follow live

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

SEAHAWKS 10, LIONS 3 (HALF): Detroit has received a good performance out of its defense, but the offense is still struggling. Ameer Abdullah is averaging 2.6 yards a carry and Eric Ebron is injured. Three Lions sacks is an impressive number, but the leading tackler tonight, Travis Lewis, also went to the locker room with injury.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

SEAHAWKS 10, LIONS 3 (halftime): Seahawks QB Russell Wilson dazzled in the first half, completing 8 of 10 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown. He also ran four times for 26 yards. The Seahawks had pass protection issues, but the defense held Detroit to one field goal on five possessions.

Murray: I'm not touching the ball enough

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray discussed his lack of touches after his team lost 23-20 to Washington, Sunday.


Sunday sounds from Week 4

Check out the best postgame sound bites from Week 4 of the NFL including some happy QBs and angry coaches.


Jagr says he's bringing back the mullet

It isn't 1999 (when this picture was taken) and Jaromir Jagr is now 43, but the current Panther says he's bringing back the infamous haircut, according to the Miami Herald. Twitter pressure got to him

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Limited looks for Graham in red zone

After having four targets, including a receiving TD, in the red zone Week 1 against the Rams, Jimmy Graham has only been targeted once in the red zone in the past two weeks. The Lions defense just came up with a big stop to force a field goal and now trail 10-3 late in the second. Follow live


Russell Wilson scrambles into red zone

The Seahawks QB saw a hole in the Lions defense and ran 15 yards to set up a 1st-and-goal situation late in the first half.


Blackhawks lead preseason Power Rankings

Not surprisingly, the defending Stanley Cup champions are No. 1 to open the season, even as they go through a number of changes. Power Rankings

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Detroit Lions TE Eric Ebron is questionable to return with a knee injury. He has headed back to the locker room. Tim Wright is the team's only healthy TE.