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Raiders’ Carr out for season with broken fibula

OAKLAND, Calif. — Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr sustained broken right fibula during Saturday’s 33-25 win against the Indianapolis Colts and is out indefinitely, coach Jack Del Rio said.

Mariners still hunting for another starting pitcher

It’s been nearly three weeks since general manager Jerry Dipoto made his last trade. On Dec. 7, on the second-to-last day of the Major League Baseball winter meetings, Dipoto acquired right-handed starting pitcher Chris Heston from the Giants for a player to be named.

Jets head coach Bowles hospitalized

NEW YORK — New York Jets coach Todd Bowles was admitted to a hospital with an undisclosed illness on Friday and did not accompany the team to Foxborough, Mass., for Saturday's game against New England, the team announced.

Yakima native Kupp one of three finalists for FCS Walter Payton Award

FRISCO, Texas — In an award that is similar to Heisman Trophy in its exclusivity, Yakima native and Eastern Washington University standout wide receiver Cooper Kupp is one of three finalists for the prestigious FCS STATS Walter Payton Award. Teammate sophomore quarterback Gabe Gubrud is also one of the three finalists.

Sounders grab Shipp from Montreal for cash

SEATTLE — The Sounders have acquired midfielder Harry Shipp from the Montreal Impact in exchange for general allocation money, the club announced Thursday afternoon. Per team and league policy, exact terms — i.e., precisely how much money Seattle is sending to Quebec for Shipp’s services — were not disclosed.

Sherman thrives on edge, but went too far this time

Richard Sherman had a chance to put his sideline outburst against the Rams far in the distance. In fact, Pete Carroll had dropped a couple of hints Friday, after meeting with the cornerback, that Sherman was ready to backpedal a bit the next time he met the media.

Ex-Cards WR Floyd’s blood alcohol registered .217

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd, claimed by the New England Patriots off waivers this week, had a blood-alcohol level of.217 when he was arrested on Dec. 12, the Scottsdale (Ariz.) Police Department said Wednesday.

Allen trips foe as Duke jolts Elon

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Luke Kennard scored 21 points as No. 5 Duke overcame Elon for a 72-61 victory Wednesday night at the Greensboro Coliseum in a game marked by another tripping incidence involving Blue Devils guard Grayson Allen.

Giants hit with heavy fines for walkie-talkie usage

NEW YORK — The NFL fined the New York Giants $150,000 and coach Ben McAdoo $50,000 for the illegal use of walkie-talkies during their Week 14 10-7 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, the league announced Tuesday.