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Jan 17, 2021

How the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Cleveland Browns and reached the A.F.C. championship game.
With his star quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, gone from the game with a concussion, Coach Andy Reid went for it on fourth-and-1 from near midfield and converted, allowing Kansas City to run out the clock and preserve a 22-17 victory.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

How the Green Bay Packers routed the Los Angeles Rams to reach the N.F.C. title game.
Green Bay amassed 484 total yards of offense against the N.F.L.'s toughest defense.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

2020 N.F.L. Divisional Playoffs: Buccaneers vs. Saints Live Updates
Tom Brady vs. Drew Brees are the oldest quarterback matchup in N.F.L. history, playing in what may be Brees's last game in New Orleans.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Divisional Round
The Buffalo Bills rode their defense to victory while the Green Bay Packers thrived on offense. The Kansas City Chiefs, who lost Patrick Mahomes to a concussion, simply survived.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

With Positive Tests, Australia's Summer of Pro Tennis Has a Rocky Start
After some passengers on charter flights tested positive for the coronavirus, 72 players will not be allowed to practice for two weeks.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

Jordan McNair's Family Reaches $3.5 Million Settlement With University of Maryland
Jordan McNair, a University of Maryland offensive lineman, collapsed from heatstroke during a practice in 2018 and died two weeks later.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

Andy Reid's gutsy play call got the Chiefs a first down and the win.


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Jan 17, 2021

[Video] Patrick Mahomes Out For Game After Concussion
Backup Chad Henne took over with the Browns closing in on the Chiefs' lead.

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Jan 17, 2021

Fumble or Touchback? Browns' Missed Touchdown Prompts Controversy
The rules state that if a team fumbles the ball and it goes out of the opponent's end zone, the play results in a touchback.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

2020 N.F.L. Divisional Playoffs: Chiefs' Steady Scoring Nets 19-3 Lead
Kansas City, the top seed in the A.F.C., began its title defense against a Cleveland Browns franchise that waited decades for this playoff moment.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

The Browns' Fumble for a Touchback Prompted Reaction to Controversial Rule
The rules state that if a team fumbles the ball and it goes out of the opponent's end zone, the play results in a touchback.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

CBS Outage Leaves Some East Coast Fans Unable to Watch Chiefs vs. Browns


New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

2020 N.F.L. Divisional Playoffs: Browns vs. Chiefs Live Updates
Kansas City, the top seed in the A.F.C., begins its title defense against a Cleveland Browns franchise that has waited decades for this playoff moment.

New York Times Sports
Jan 17, 2021

True-Crime Podcast Puts Spotlight on Irish Coach Accused of Abuse
The Irish police are investigating accusations that George Gibney, a former swim coach for Ireland now living in the United States, sexually abused two swimmers who came forward after hearing the podcast about him.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

How the Buffalo Bills Reached the A.F.C. Championship Game


New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

N.F.L. Playoff Live Updates: Bills in Control, Lamar Jackson Hurt


New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

Bradie Tennell Wins Her Second U.S. Figure Skating Title
Tennell had recently relocated from Colorado to work on recapturing the title she won in 2018.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

N.F.L. Playoffs: Bills Score First, Lead Ravens 3-0
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are trying to halt the Buffalo Bills' playoff climb.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

Here's how the Green Bay Packers routed the Los Angeles Rams to reach the N.F.C. title game.
Green Bay amassed 484 total yards of offense against the N.F.L.'s toughest defense.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

N.F.L. Playoff Live Updates: Packers Lead Rams 25-18
With Aaron Donald limited by injury, the Packers running game is thriving.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

With Positive Tests, the Rules Change for Some Players in Australia
After three people on two charter flights tested positive for the coronavirus, 47 players will not be allowed to practice for two weeks.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

2020 N.F.L. Divisional Playoffs: Rams vs. Packers Live Updates
Can the Rams defense interrupt the synchronicity between Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams?

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

Bradie Tennell Wins Her Second National Figure Skating Title
Tennell had recently relocated from Colorado to work on recapturing the title she won in 2018.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

George Whitmore, Climber Who Vanquished El Capitan, Dies at 89
In 1958, he was one of the first people to climb the 2,900-foot-tall sheer granite wall that looms over Yosemite National Park.

New York Times Sports
Jan 16, 2021

Nepali Team Says It Has Reached K2 Summit in a Wintertime First
The team endured temperatures dropping to 58 degrees below zero during its milestone ascent. "The impossible is made possible!" the leader said.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

In Robert Saleh, the Jets Believe They Found the Head Coach They Need
Saleh's defense carried the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl appearance. But it was his ability to motivate players that brought him to New York.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Harden Reunites With Durant, Far from the Hearts of Sonics Fans
With whipsawing trades and other player movement routine in the N.B.A. these days, it's hard to be loyal to teams and players.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

In Robert Saleh, the Jets Believe They Found the Leader They Need
Saleh's defense carried the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl appearance. But it was his ability to motivate players that brought him to New York.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

After Frosty Houston Split, Harden Says He's an ‘Elite Teammate'
James Harden, who was traded to the Nets this week, had been called "disrespectful" by his former teammates in Houston, who he said were "not good enough" to win a championship.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Harden Reunites With Durant, Very Far from the Hearts of SuperSonics Fans
With whipsawing trades and other player movement routine in the N.B.A. these days, it's hard to be loyal and devoted to teams and players.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

In Defense of Television, Soccer's All-Purpose Villain
Television, which influences everything from salaries to kickoff times, is soccer's most convenient villain. But for the vast majority of fans, it's the only connection they have.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Kyrie Irving Fined $50,000 for Attending Indoor Party
Irving, the star Nets guard, was found to have violated the N.B.A.'s coronavirus health and safety protocols that bar players from attending indoor social gatherings of 15 or more people.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Seattle SuperSonics Fans Can Relate to Houston's Loss of Kevin Durant
With whipsawing trades and other player movement routine in the N.B.A. these days, it's hard to be loyal and devoted to teams and players.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

DJ LeMahieu Returning to Yankees on $90 Million Deal
LeMahieu, the team's best all-around player, was widely expected to return. His six-year deal lets the Yankees avoid the luxury tax — for now.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

He Just Wanted to Play Catch. They Got Relief From Troubled Times.
A callout on social media for a game of catch in Dallas drew a varied group of strangers who found escape from society's turbulence in the most banal ritual.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

The Liberty Enter Free Agency ‘Absolutely' Ready for Big Changes
Sabrina Ionescu's ankle injury derailed the Liberty's high hopes for her rookie year, but the team is again aiming to contend next season. This is how it can do it.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Hopes for Tokyo's Summer Olympic Games Darken Due to Virus
Organizers postponed the Olympic Games for one year last March. Nearly a year later, prospects are getting bleaker.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Hopes for Tokyo's Summer Olympics Darken
Organizers postponed the Olympic Games for one year last March. Nearly a year later, prospects are getting bleaker.

New York Times Sports
Jan 15, 2021

Jets Hire Robert Saleh of the 49ers as Head Coach
Saleh, believed to be the first Arab-American head coach in the N.F.L. who is Muslim, will take over the franchise with the league's longest current postseason drought.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United and the Long Game
The Portuguese midfielder's circuitous path to Manchester United stardom revealed inefficiencies in soccer's vast scouting system, and how even a sure thing can almost slip through the cracks.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Jets Hire Robert Saleh as Head Coach
Saleh, believed to be the first Arab-American head coach in the N.F.L. who is Muslim, will take over the franchise with the league's longest current postseason drought.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Raiders Owner Mark Davis Is Set to Buy W.N.B.A.'s Las Vegas Aces
If the deal is approved by the league's board of directors, Davis is expected to upgrade facilities for the team.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

U.S. Figure Skating to Pay $1.45 Million to Ex-Skater Who Says He Was Abused
Adam Schmidt had accused U.S. Figure Skating, the sport's national governing body, of failing to protect him from sexual abuse by Richard Callaghan, a once-prominent coach of Olympians.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Durant, Irving and Now Harden. How the Nets Will Make This Trio Work
With James Harden, the Nets now have an elite trio of ball-dominant playmakers. Yet there are key differences in how Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving thrive that could allow this grand experiment to work.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Urban Meyer to Make N.F.L. Jump With Jacksonville Jaguars
Meyer coached Florida and Ohio State to national championships before retiring in 2018. He agreed to take over the Jaguars, who are expected to draft Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence first over all.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Can't Measure Heart? N.F.L. Teams Are Trying
Championships can be won and lost when players' competitive fire kicks in and they exhibit faster-than-normal speed to make a crucial catch or chase down a tackle.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Urban Meyer in Talks to Make N.F.L. Jump With Jacksonville Jaguars
Meyer coached Florida and Ohio State to national championships before retiring in 2018. He is in talks to take over the Jaguars, who are expected to draft Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence first over all.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

With Purses Filled, L.P.G.A. Chief Will Step Down This Year
Michael Whan's marketing savvy and commitment to players helped grow women's golf and, more important, get better paydays for its athletes.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Andy Murray Tests Positive for Coronavirus
Murray reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus just before he was to leave for Melbourne, where strict quarantine rules await all players.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

After Much Different Bubble Stays, Rangers and Islanders Start New Year
The Rangers lost in the play-in round, while the Islanders reached their first conference finals since the early 1990s. Both teams have reason for excitement as they open the 2021 against each other.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

Will N.F.L. Teams Learn the Right Lessons From Josh Allen's Success?
The Buffalo Bills quarterback made an astonishing developmental jump in his third season that could provide a valuable map — or an untenable comparison — for teams trying to replicate it.

New York Times Sports
Jan 14, 2021

NFL Playoff Predictions: Our Picks in the Divisional Round
The A.F.C.'s young quarterbacks fight for a trip to the conference championship, while veterans, and defense, lead the way in the N.F.C.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Kathleen Heddle, Rower Who Won 3 Olympic Gold Medals, Dies at 55
"I liked the balance between brute strength and power with finesse," Ms. Heddle, a two-time Olympian for Canada, said of her sport.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Three Judges Endorsed Penalties for Russia's Doping. Then They Cut the Ban in Half.
A Court of Arbitration for Sport panel substantiated much of the World Anti-Doping Agency's findings on Russia's doping cover-up, and then let the Russians off the hook.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Three Judges Endorsed Penalties for Russia's Doping. Then They the Ban in Half.
A Court of Arbitration for Sport panel substantiated much of the World Anti-Doping Agency's findings on Russia's doping cover-up, and then let the Russians off the hook.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Three Judges Endorsed Penalties for Russia's Doping. Then They Cut Its Ban in Half.
A Court of Arbitration for Sport panel substantiated much of the World Anti-Doping Agency's findings on Russia's doping cover-up, and then let the Russians off the hook.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Houston Rockets to Trade James Harden to the Nets
The four-team deal will reunite Harden with Kevin Durant, whom he played with on the Oklahoma City Thunder.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

Klete Keller Charged for Role in U.S. Capitol Attack
Keller, a two-time gold medalist, faces federal charges that include disorderly conduct and obstructing law enforcement.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

No Bubble for the N.B.A. Season? It's a Problem
Coronavirus cases, and game postponements, are piling up less than a month into the season. The league is turning to stricter rules off and on the court, but that may not be enough.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

N.H.L. Enters Another Abbreviated Season
Tampa Bay will try to defend its title without one of its stars, and the Seattle expansion draft after the season will affect teams' personnel decisions.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

The Knicks Are Off to a Decent Start. Is This a Drill?
A more aggressive Knicks team has excited fans early, racking up big wins over Milwaukee and Utah. But they've lost three in a row, a worrisome sign for fans who've been let down before.

New York Times Sports
Jan 13, 2021

The Olympics Were No Fluke. American Women Are Excelling in Cross-Country Skiing.
Jessie Diggins won the notoriously grueling Tour de Ski, after she and Rosie Brennan notched 1-2 finishes in two consecutive stages.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

N.B.A. Investigating Kyrie Irving Over Maskless Party Video
The Nets said they were aware of the video, which appears to show their guard attending a large indoor party, which would violate the league's coronavirus protocols.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Pandemic Victories for College Sports Have All Come With Caveats
And the problems made clear in staging a football season now shift to a basketball season that is looking toward a complicated March.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

N.B.A. Tightens Rules as Virus Crisis Spreads
For at least the next two weeks, players won't be allowed to leave their homes except for basketball activities and essential activities. Also: No more handshakes.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Alabama Fans and Ohio State Fans, and Reveling During a Pandemic
The immediate winner of college football's national championship was easy to discern by the crowds after the game. The health consequences are yet to be seen.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Belichick Declines Medal of Freedom. Who Else Has Declined?
Bill Belichick, who turned down the Presidential Medal of Freedom, is not the first person to decline the award. Jacqueline Kennedy and Moe Berg, the baseball player, also said no.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Who Else Has Declined a Presidential Honor?
Bill Belichick, who turned down the Presidential Medal of Freedom, is not the first person to decline the award. Jacqueline Kennedy and Moe Berg, the baseball player, also said no.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Dee Rowe, UConn Basketball Coach and Fund-Raiser, Dies at 91
He coached the Huskies for eight seasons, taking them to the N.C.A.A. tournament, before spending decades raising money for campus athletic facilities.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Alabama Coach Nick Saban Proves to Be Bear Bryant's Equal
Nick Saban was skeptical he wanted to be a coach. Under contract at Alabama through 2025, he might already be the greatest one in college football history.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Masters Tournament Will Allow Limited Number of Fans to Attend
After hosting the 2020 event without spectators in November, six months delayed from its usual spring date, Augusta National Golf Club announced it would restore some tradition.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Klete Keller, Olympic Gold Medalist, Was in Crowd That Invaded Capitol
Klete Keller, who won swimming medals in three Summer Games, was captured on video inside the U.S. Capitol Rotunda during last week's violent election protest.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

The Kentucky Wildcats' Took a Knee. Its State Was Taken Aback.
The Wildcats' decision to kneel during the national anthem before a game at Florida has produced a backlash in their conservative state.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Alabama Overpowers Ohio State 52-24 in National Championship
Ohio State could not keep up with Alabama's offensive combination of DeVonta Smith, Mac Jones and Najee Harris.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Patriots' Belichick Won't Accept Award From Trump
President Trump had planned to give Bill Belichick the Presidential Medal of Freedom, but the coach cited last week's violence at the Capitol in a statement announcing that he would not receive it.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

One Division, Seven Canadian Teams and a Lot of Travel
The N.H.L.'s new North Division will feature the Original Six rivalry between Toronto and Montreal and the Battle of Alberta. But it'll also require cross-country trips.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

One N.H.L. Division, Seven Canadian Teams and a Lot of Travel
The N.H.L.'s new North Division will feature the Original Six rivalry between Toronto and Montreal and the Battle of Alberta. But it'll also require cross-country trips.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

How Alabama Routed Ohio State, 52-24, to Win the National Championship
DeVonta Smith, the Heisman Trophy winner, broke out with three touchdowns in the first half, and Ohio State was never able to keep up.

New York Times Sports
Jan 12, 2021

Alabama Ends Pandemic Season by Overpowering Ohio State for Title
Ohio State could not keep up with Alabama's offensive combination of DeVonta Smith, Mac Jones and Najee Harris.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Patriots' Coach Belichick to Decline Presidential Award
President Trump had planned to give Belichick the Presidential Medal of Freedom this week, but the coach cited the violence at the Capitol last week in a statement announcing that he would not receive it.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Belichick Declines Presidential Award
President Trump had planned to give Belichick the Presidential Medal of Freedom this week, but he cited the violence at the Capitol last week in a statement announcing that he would not receive the award.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Doug Pederson Fired as Philadelphia Eagles Coach
Less than three years after leading Philadelphia to its first Super Bowl win, Pederson was let go by the franchise ahead of an overhaul.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Francisco Lindor Talks Mets, Pizza and Contract Extensions
In a news conference following his trade from Cleveland, the star shortstop showed enthusiasm for his new team and his new city.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Alabama and Ohio officials begged fans to celebrate at home. It might not have worked.


New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Calls Grow for Belichick to Decline Presidential Award
President Trump plans to award New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick the Presidential Medal of Freedom this week, despite calls for Belichick to decline it in the fallout from the Capitol riot.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Grown-Ups Loved the N.F.L. on Nickelodeon. But What About Children?
The cable channel aired a slime-filled version of the Bears-Saints wild-card game on Sunday, to the delight of many adults. But the goal was to convert children into football fans.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

While fans watch Alabama and Ohio State duke it out, the host state Florida struggles with the coronavirus.


New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

N.B.A. Postpones Two More Games Because of the Virus
The league has now postponed four games, and said it would meet with its players' union to discuss changes to health protocols.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Tommy Lasorda's Death Starts a Conversation About His Son
The Dodgers manager loved Tommy Jr., but publicly denied that he was gay and that he died of AIDS complications. Friends of both men hope to remember them by discussing their relationship.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream Continues to Embrace Activism
Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream helped galvanize opposition to one of her team's owners, Senator Kelly Loeffler, who has criticized Black Lives Matter. But the Capitol riot underscored the work ahead.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

For Pro Athlete Leading Social Justice Push, a Victory and Uncertainty
Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream helped galvanize opposition to one of her team's owners, Senator Kelly Loeffler, who has criticized Black Lives Matter. But the Capitol riot underscored the work ahead.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Nick Saban Was Famous for Defense. Alabama's Offense Is the Star Now.
The top-ranked team in college football will play for a championship on Monday with a dazzling offense. It wasn't always that way for the team from Tuscaloosa.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

With Injury, Justin Fields Is Taking a Big Risk for Ohio State
The dynamics of college football mean that the quarterback will shoulder all of the downsides of playing in the title game after his painful injury in the semifinals.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

Here's What Happened in Sunday's N.F.L. Wild-Card Games
The Browns stormed past the Steelers, the heavily-favored Saints got a businesslike win over the Bears and Lamar Jackson finally won his first playoff game.

New York Times Sports
Jan 11, 2021

What to Watch as Alabama Plays Ohio State for the College Football Playoff Title
The Crimson Tide and the Buckeyes will face off for the national championship in a season that scuttled to the finish line amid relentless coronavirus throes.

New York Times Sports
Jan 10, 2021

Trump Golf Club Loses 2022 P.G.A. Championship
The golf major had been scheduled to be played at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in May 2022.

New York Times Sports
Jan 10, 2021

Saints Get Back to Business With Win Over Bears
Heavily-favored New Orleans shook off a slow first-half to beat Chicago, lining up a divisional matchup against Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

New York Times Sports
Jan 10, 2021

NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Wild Card Weekend
Lamar Jackson finally won a playoff game, Tom Brady continued to break records and Nickelodeon's broadcast of a game for children offered a welcome distraction.

New York Times Sports
Jan 10, 2021

N.B.A. Postpones Heat-Celtics Game
A game between the Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics was postponed and several teams have been left without key players because of players' testing positive for the coronavirus and contact tracing.

New York Times Sports
Jan 10, 2021

Lamar Jackson and Ravens Get Win, and Revenge, Against Titans
Jackson's first postseason win came over rival Tennessee, which ousted Baltimore from last year's N.F.L. playoffs.

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