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Tyrod Taylor driven by being traded from Bills to Browns

/ Aug 16, 2018

Tyrod Taylor driven by being traded from Bills to Browns

Tyrod Taylor remembers winning the starting job, throwing touchdown passes and seeing die-hard fans standing in snow at Buffalo's airport on New Year's Eve to celebrate the end of a 17-year playoff drought. His three years with the Bills were special, filled with long-lasting memories. His ...

North, South Koreans compete together at Asian Games

Aug 16, 2018

North, South Koreans compete together at Asian Games

North and South Korean athletes played on the same team for the first time at the Asian Games, the world's biggest multisport event after the Olympics, on Wednesday, amid ongoing reconciliation efforts. In its debut match at the Asian Games, a women's basketball team comprised ...

Giants get by Maeda in ninth for win in LA

/ Aug 16, 2018

Giants get by Maeda in ninth for win in LA

Kenta Maeda was tagged with his eighth loss on Tuesday and first since being reassigned to relief duty as the Los Angeles Dodgers fell 2-1 to the San Francisco Giants. Maeda (7-8), coming on in relief for the first time since July 15, took the ...

Osaka falls to Sakkari in Cincinnati first round

/ Aug 16, 2018

Osaka falls to Sakkari in Cincinnati first round

Naomi Osaka was knocked out of the women's singles tournament at the Western & Southern Open after suffering a first-round defeat against Greece's Maria Sakkari on Tuesday. Despite slamming seven aces, Osaka was unable to capitalize on her opponent's four double faults and eventually succumbed ...

Keisuke Honda credits Melbourne Victory move for saving career

Aug 16, 2018

Keisuke Honda credits Melbourne Victory move for saving career

Former Japan international Keisuke Honda said Wednesday the offer to play for Australian soccer team Melbourne Victory kept him from retiring from the sport. Speaking for the first time from the headquarters of his new club, Honda said a conversation with his now-coach Kevin Muscat ...

Japan makes winning start at Asian Games under manager Hajime Moriyasu

Aug 16, 2018

Japan makes winning start at Asian Games under manager Hajime Moriyasu

Japan's Under-21 men's soccer team defeated Nepal 1-0 on Tuesday in Hajime Moriyasu's first match since being handed the extra responsibility of managing the senior Samurai Blue side last month. Midfielder Kaoru Mitoma, of University of Tsukuba, scored the game's only goal in the seventh ...