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Tuesday tidbits you might have missed


  1. The Dallas Cowboys have decided not to place quarterback Dak Prescott on the IR in hopes they will see his return before he will have to miss 4 games, which is the minimum he would have to be out if placed on the IR. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said during his weekly appearance on the teams flagship radio station :

“The team wants Prescott to be a consideration for playing within the next four games. We feel very good after surgery, after listening to the medical people, that Dak has a real chance to be back out there throwing the ball real quick.”
Jerry Jones on @1053thefan said Dak Prescott (thumb) won’t be going on injured reserve. He thinks Prescott could play within the next four games — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 13, 2022

  1. Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said after the game on Sunday that the Arizona Cardinals’ turf was definitely a factor in the injuries to Chiefs rookie cornerback Trent McDuffie and kicker Harrison Butker. Reid said about the State Farm Stadium’s turf after they resodded it:

“Was a little bit loose. It was part of the Butker injury and McDuffie injury. The turf picked up and I would tell you that that did have something to do with it. If it didn’t, I would tell you that, too. So it’s not an excuse by any means, but I mean, you all can see it. Watch the tape.”
Andy Reid reiterated that the turf in Arizona contributed to both Butker's and McDuffie's injuries — Cody Tapp (@codybtapp) September 13, 2022

  1. The Indianapolis Colts have waived kicker Rodrigo Blankenship after he missed what would have been a game-winning 42-yard field goal in OT against the Houston Texans. The game ultimately ended in a 20-20 tie.

The #Colts are signing kickers Chase McLaughlin and Lucas Havrisik to the practice squad, per sources. So after cutting Rodrigo Blankenship, Indy adds two guys it knows — McLaughlin was there in 2019, Havrisik in rookie camp — and plan to elevate one for Sunday at Jacksonville — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 13, 2022


  1. Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury owner Robert Sarver has been suspended by the NBA for 1 year in addition to being fined $10 million. This coming after an investigation found that Sarver was involved in “workplace misconduct and organizational deficiencies.”

Breaking: Suns owner Robert Sarver has been suspended one year and fined $10 million by the NBA as a result of the league’s investigation into allegations of racism and misogyny, the league announced. More: — ESPN (@espn) September 13, 2022

  1. Minnesota Timberwolves president Tim Connelly publicly stated his disappointment over the anti-gay comments that Anthony Edwards made in a social media post. Connelly saying in a statement :

“We are disappointed in the language and actions Anthony Edwards displayed on social media. The Timberwolves are committed to being an inclusive and welcoming organization for all and apologize for the offense this has caused to so many.”
Wolves president of basketball operations Tim Connelly releases a statement after Anthony Edwards posted a video in which he used anti-gay language Edwards apologized on Sunday, saying his words were “immature, hurtful, and disrespectful” — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 12, 2022


  1. The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-0 on Tuesday. Ultimately clinching the National League West division title for the 9th time in the last 10 seasons.

The West is ours. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 14, 2022

  1.  Minnesota rookie Joe Ryan and reliever Jovani Moran combined to pitch no-hitter into the 9th inning on Tuesday night. Until Bobby Witt Jr. took it away with a double with 1 out, ending with the Twins beating the Kansas City Royals 6-3.

Joe Ryan is the 1st rookie in Twins/Senators history with a complete outing of at least 7 no-hit innings. 🔥🔥🔥#MNTwins — Minnesota Twins (@Twins) September 14, 2022

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