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Thursday Things You Might Have Missed


  • The Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns game has been moved to Detroit due to the lake-effect snow storm that is currently dumping on Buffalo. The game will be at Ford Field, Sunday at 1pm.

  • The Philidelphia Eagles are still making moves to add to their defensive line. They signed free-agent defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a 1 year deal on Thursday.

  • The Kansas City Chiefs placed wide receiver Mecole Hardman on the IR after suffering an abdominal injury and missing week 10. The Chiefs will also be missing wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster, he entered concussion protocol after taking a hard hit in week 10 victory over Jacksonville.


  • Kyrie Irving of the Brooklyn Nets is expected to return from his suspension this Sunday against the Memphis Grizzles. His total suspension will have been 8 games, he was originally assigned a minimum of 5 games but was then given a list of things that had to be completed before he was able to return.

  • Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard was back on the court Thursday against the Detroit Pistons after missing 12 games with a knee injury. It was a quiet night for Leonard, scoring 6 points while adding 5 rebounds and 4 assists in 25 minutes during the Clippers' 96-91 victory.


  • David Krejci scored twice in the 3rd period helping lift the surging Boston Bruins over the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Thursday night. The Bruins continue with a perfect recor at home.

  • Dallas Stars goaltender Scott Wedgewood was stretchered off the ice during the 2nd period of Thursday's game against the Florida Panthers. Wedgewood appeared to suffer a lower back injury when he reached back, extending himself to make the 2nd of 2 fantastic saves. He then immediately removed his blocker and grabbed his lower back.


  • Aaron Judge has offically been named the 2022 American League MVP. Judge received 28 1st-place votes and beat out Los Angeles Angels 2-way star Shohei Ohtani and Houston Astros Yordan Alvarez for the award. This comes after a monster season for the 30-year-old where he broke the AL and New York Yankees single-season home run record with 62, also led the AL in runs, RBIs, walks, OBP, slugging, OPS, and WAR.

  • St. Louis Cardinals 1st baseman Paul Goldschmidt was named the 2022 National League Most Valuable Player for the 1st time. Goldschmidt hit .317/.404/.578 with 35 homeruns and 115 RBIs in 151 games this season. Goldschmidt received 22 of 30 1st place votes to earn the honor over San Diego Padres 3rd baseman Manny Machado, who finished as the runner-up.

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