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Follow live: Ohio State, Notre Dame renew rivalry in battle of unbeatens
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Source: Saints to sign Granderson to $52M deal
The Saints are signing defensive end Carl Granderson to a four-year, $52 million contract extension that includes $35.3 million in guarantees, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.[read more]

Hobbled Saints place Williams (hamstring) on IR
The New Orleans Saints placed running back Jamaal Williams on injured reserve with a hamstring issue, the team announced Saturday, after the veteran did not practice this week following an early exit from Monday's victory over the Carolina Panthers.[read more]

DIII safety 1st woman non-kicker to play in NCAA
Haley Van Voorhis, a safety at Division-III Shenandoah University, came on in the first quarter and registered a quarterback hurry on third down.[read more]

Rapinoe: Off-field activism worth more than titles
U.S. women's national team midfielder Megan Rapinoe said her off-field accomplishments will have a deeper impact "by a mile" than what she achieved on the field.[read more]

Bengals QB Burrow questionable for MNF game
Joe Burrow is questionable for the Bengals' Monday night game against the Rams as the quarterback continues to deal with a calf injury. Coach Zac Taylor said Burrow could be a game-time decision.[read more]

Harbaugh back after suspension: 'Super happy'
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was back on the sidelines for the Wolverines' 31-7 win over Rutgers on Saturday after serving a three-game suspension imposed by the school.[read more]

Sources: Chubb believed to have torn only MCL
Browns running back Nick Chubb is believed to have suffered only a torn MCL and is expected to be back in six to eight months, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.[read more]

Travis: FSU capitalized on 'disrespectful' Clemson
Jordan Travis said he and wide receivers Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson were able to take advantage of "disrespectful" one-on-one coverage from Clemson in Florida State's overtime win vs. Clemson.[read more]

What made Megan Rapinoe so good? Teammates, opponents and coaches break it down
Rapinoe's former teammates, coaches and opponents reflect on what made her such a special player for the USWNT and the NWSL before she retires.[read more]