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NFL: Washington 17, Seahawks 15
Russell Wilson (above) connected with Freddy Swain on a 32-yard TD pass with 15 seconds left but the comeback fell short.

Washington denies Seahawks on 2-point conversion for third win in a row

Russell Wilson has lost three consecutive games for the first time as the Seahawks starting quarterback. 2 hours ago

World Cup qualifying: Mexico 97, US 88

US men’s basketball team suffers surprising loss to Mexico in World Cup qualifier

The loss probably will not prevent the US from qualifying out of its group. 2 hours ago

Corey Seager is a .297 career hitter with 104 homers and 364 RBIs in 636 games.

Rangers land shortstop Corey Seager on 10-year deal, $325 million deal

Seager's deal matches the fifth largest in overall value in baseball.

College Football
Brian Kelly became the winningest coach in Notre Dame history earlier this season, surpassing Knute Rockne.

In a stunning move, LSU hires Brian Kelly away from Notre Dame to be football coach

Notre Dame just completed an 11-1 season and still is in contention to reach the College Football Playoff.

Sports Log
PSG and Argentina forward Lionel Messi won his seventh Ballon d'Or on Monday.

Lionel Messi wins record-extending seventh Ballon d’Or

The 34-year-old Argentine extended his record tally after leading his country to the Copa America title over the summer.

NFL notebook
Christian McCaffery was injured in the first half of Carolina’s 33-10 loss to the Dolphins and played only sparingly after that.

Panthers star running back Christian McCaffrey out for the season with ankle injury

It's the second straight year McCaffrey has ended the season on injured reserve.

Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy will be involved in all meetings virtually and will direct game preparations.

Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy goes into COVID protocol and will miss Saints game

McCarthy, who has said he is vaccinated, is the sixth Dallas coach or staff member to be sidelined for Thursday's game at New Orleans.

NFL injuries
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook (center) is led to a cart in the third quarter of a 34-26 loss to the 49ers.

Vikings RB Dalvin Cook carted off the field with a shoulder injury

Cook went down after losing a fumble and stayed on the ground for a while before being taken to the locker room.