Two Super Bowl caliber teams met in L.A., but one came with Justin Herbert, the other Baker Mayfield
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Two Super Bowl caliber teams met in L.A., but one came with Justin Herbert, the other Baker Mayfield

Jameis Winstons eye specialist will make it clear that the Chargers and Browns are two of the most talented teams in the league. Advertisement The
I’ve got a feeeeeeeling… It’ll be Bills & Bolts in AFC title game
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I’ve got a feeeeeeeling… It’ll be Bills & Bolts in AFC title game

The collision between the L.A. Chargers and Buffalo Bills could lead to an AFC Championship Game matchup in January. These teams are still at the top
Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster to have surgery, expected to miss four months, source says
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Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster to have surgery, expected to miss four months, source says

JuJu Smith Schuster is injured in the shoulder during an end-around play in quarter two and leaves the Steelers' game against the Broncos. (0:17).
Jon Gruden is the perfect example of how mediocre white men get to thrive in the workplace
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Jon Gruden is the perfect example of how mediocre white men get to thrive in the workplace

Jon Gruden doesn't excel at his job. He is a great thinker. Because he holds a Super Bowl ring, the Oakland Raiders head coach was able to stay in
WSL: Manchester derby draws record TV audience on BBC One
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WSL: Manchester derby draws record TV audience on BBC One

Last update on. From the section Women's Football Saturday's Women’s Super League match between Manchester United (Manchester City) attracted a
Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker says sign-stealing allegations by Chicago White Sox are 'heavy accusations'
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Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker says sign-stealing allegations by Chicago White Sox are 'heavy accusations'

CHICAGO -- Astros manager Dusty Baker called Ryan Tepera's remarks about possible sign theft by Houston "heavy accusations" Baker stated Monday
‘Auroral’ Exoplanets Could Help Boost Searches for Alien Life
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‘Auroral’ Exoplanets Could Help Boost Searches for Alien Life

The universe's smallest stars might emit intense auroral radiations, which could provide a new method to search for rocky planets. Radio waves can be
Mammoths Roamed when Humans Started Using Tobacco at Least 12,300 Years Ago
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Mammoths Roamed when Humans Started Using Tobacco at Least 12,300 Years Ago

A family established camp in the marshy, verdant area of northwestern Utah 12300 years ago. They had walked 60 miles to reach their destination,
Oldest evidence of humans using tobacco discovered in Utah
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Oldest evidence of humans using tobacco discovered in Utah

Archaeologists discovered charred tobacco seeds in the hearth's remains in Great Salt Lake Desert, Utah. These seeds date back over 12,000 years.
AI Analysis of 100,000 Climate Studies Reveals How Massive The Crisis Already Is
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AI Analysis of 100,000 Climate Studies Reveals How Massive The Crisis Already Is

Some problems are so large that you cannot see the root cause. The perfect example is climate change. The basic facts are that the climate is warming