Injury sidelines new Broncos sack leader | National News from the Associated Press
ARLINGTON, TX (AP) – The Denver Broncos are without a new sack leader Malik Reed in their first game since trading star rusher Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams. Reed is inactive against the Dallas Cowboys with a hip injury. Miller had 4½ sacks leading the team when he was traded. Reed is next with four after getting two in last week’s win over Washington. Dak Prescott is back at the Dallas quarterback after missing a game with a strained right calf. The Cowboys have been on a six-game winning streak since losing their first game.
NON DATE (AP) – NFL Week 9 features five Super Bowl revenges, two more than any other week in league history. The first came Thursday night with the Colts’ 45-30 victory over the Jets. It was a Super Bowl 3 rematch, which the Jets won 16-7 after Joe Namath guaranteed an upset. The others are the Broncos at Cowboys, the Patriots at Panthers, the Packers at Chiefs and the Titans at Rams.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Mark Ingram can make franchise history for the New Orleans Saints today against Atlanta. The 2009 Alabama Heisman Trophy winner, drafted 28th overall by New Orleans in 2011, joined the Saints on Oct. 29 in a trade with Houston. Ingram now needs 63 rushing yards to eclipse Deuce McAllister’s all-time rushing score of 6,096 rushing yards since 2008. The 5-2 Saints are looking for their fourth straight victory, which would place them tied for the top of the league. NFC South with Tampa. The Bay.
PARIS (AP) – Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) defeated No.2 Daniil Medvedev (DAN’-ihl MEHD’-veh-dehv) 4-6, 6-3, 6 -3 in the Paris Masters final for a record 37th Masters title. Today’s victory came a day after Djokovic ensured he finished No.1 for a record-breaking seventh year. Djokovic edged another 20-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal for the Masters trophies and nine ahead of Roger Federer.
KITTANNING, Pa. (AP) – A Pennsylvania high school ice hockey goalie will return to the ice tomorrow for her first school game as she was the butt of vulgar chants from spectators which resulted in the discipline of a school and a sports organization for young people. . Students from Armstrong High School chanted vulgarities against the Mars team goaltender during a game on October 28. The chants of a group of 50 to 60 students were captured on a video posted to social media. The Pennsylvania Interschool Hockey League has banned Armstrong students from school hockey games and placed the team on probation for the remainder of the 2021-22 season, including the playoffs.
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