Patriots-Steelers Injuries: New England At Full Health Entering Week 15

The New England Patriots’ injury report entering Sunday’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers features exactly zero players.
Cornerback Stephon Gilmore and tight end Dwayne Allen both were removed from the report Friday, indicating the Patriots at full health heading into their Week 15 rivalry game.
Allen is set to return to action for the first time since suffering a knee injury in Week 10. He sat out each of the team’s last three games.

Kevin Durant Believes Celtics’ Jayson Tatum Has Future MVP Talent
Friday December 14, 2018

Kevin Durant is well-positioned to call Jayson Tatum’s talent like he sees it. The Golden State Warriors superstar said Wednesday on “The Bill Simmons Podcast” he believes the Boston Celtics forward has the talent required to win an NBA MVP Award in the future. Durant, who won the 2014 NBA MVP Award, saw Tatum’s skills […]

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Here’s What ESPN Suggests Red Sox Do Next After MLB Winter Meetings
Friday December 14, 2018

The Boston Red Sox made a sizable splash before the Major League Baseball winter meetings, re-signing postseason hero Nathan Eovaldi to a four-year contract. The waters were much calmer once president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski descended upon Las Vegas, though, as the biggest development from a Red Sox standpoint was the departure of reliever […]

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The Patriots, who sit at 9-4 following their last-season loss to the Miami Dolphins, were the only team in the NFL to have every player participate fully in each practice this week. This level of health is unheard of for a game in mid-December.
The Steelers aren’t quite as fortunate. They ruled out starting offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert and listed running back James Conner and wide receiver/return man Ryan Switzer as questionable.
With Le’Veon Bell voluntarily sitting out this season, ball-carrying duties for Pittsburgh would fall to rookie Jaylen Samuels and former Patriots running back Stevan Ridley if Conner, who missed last week’s loss to the Oakland Raiders, can’t go.