Tags » ELg2M1 » Page 2

Arsenal hopes Egypt midfielder Elneny makes comeback

LONDON — Arsenal hopes midfielder Mohamed Elneny will play again this season after damaging left ankle ligaments.

The Egypt international fell awkwardly while competing for the ball with Mark Noble on Sunday in the English Premier League game against West Ham. 65 more words

AP

49ers GM Lynch: Foster will be cut if proven he hit woman

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco general manager John Lynch said Monday the team will be patient through linebacker Reuben Foster’s legal issues in a domestic violence case but stressed he won’t remain on the 49ers if the team determines he hit a woman. 523 more words

AP

76ers aim for 2nd round, Embiid says Philly will be 'lit'

Joel Embiid expects his first playoff game in Philadelphia to be quite a scene.

“It’s going to be lit,” Embiid said.

And if the 76ers win, there will be more games like it next week. 810 more words

AP

England captain Hartley to miss South Africa tour in June

LONDON — England captain Dylan Hartley will miss the rugby tour of South Africa in June because of concussion.

Hartley hasn’t played since he took a head knock on March 17 in the last round of the Six Nations against Ireland at Twickenham. 261 more words

AP

Two Humboldt Broncos players out of critical condition after deadly crash

SASKATOON — Two Humboldt Broncos players are no longer listed in critical condition in a Saskatoon hospital following a crash that killed 16 people.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority says the patients continue to receive treatment along with four others from the junior hockey team. 88 more words

PMN Sports

Young, speedy Avalanche show promise before playoff exit

DENVER — Fair warning to the rest of the league: As fast and young as the Colorado Avalanche were this season, general manager Joe Sakic vows to make them even faster and younger. 713 more words

AP

Stampeders lineman Lavertu retires from CFL after losing 2017 season to injury

CALGARY — Offensive lineman Pierre Lavertu has announced his retirement from the CFL after four seasons with the Calgary Stampeders.

Lavertu was a West Division all-star in 2015, but injuries limited him to eight games in 2016. 176 more words

PMN Sports