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Defending Sanderson Farms Championship winner, Mackenzie Hughes, joins Golf Today to share how it feels to be back at a place he’s won before.

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  • CIN Wide Receiver #5
    Per Bengals coach Zac Taylor, Higgins is considered day-to-day. Taylor’s comment gives Higgins a shot at suiting up on Sunday, but a fractured rib and a missed practice session to open the week suggest Higgins will be sidelined for at least one game. If the Bengals choose to sit Higgins for two games, they would also be able to rest him through their Week 7 bye. We will get a clearer picture of Higgins’ Week 5 outlook when the team releases their final injury report on Friday.
  • NYG Running Back #26
    Barkley was seen running and cutting two weeks after sustaining a high ankle sprain that the team originally downplayed as a non-serious injury. He could return for the Giants’ Week 5 game against the Dolphins. At this point, in what is likely a lost season for the Giants, there’s no point in rushing Barkley back onto the field. None of the other New York backs are fantasy viable if Barkley remains sidelined this week.
  • IND Running Back #28
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said Taylor is healthy, and probably could have played two weeks ago. The question remains: Will Taylor’s frayed relationship with the Colts prevent him from taking the field in Week 5 and beyond? Taylor likely has no choice in the matter beyond refusing to play. It’s a situation to monitor. Those who have Zack Moss on their roster should sit tight for now.
  • NYJ Running Back #20
    Hall appears fully recovered from his 2022 ACL injury and it appears the Jets are ready to let him cut it loose in the coming weeks, starting with a mouth-watering Week 5 matchup against the Broncos. Hall has 32 rushes to 30 for backfield mate Dalvin Cook through the season’s first four weeks. Outside of two long runs in Week 1 against Buffalo, Hall has done precious little with his opportunities. Zach Wilson showing signs of life should be a plus for Hall. Fantasy managers who drafted Hall can play him this week without dry heaving.
  • LAR Wide Receiver #10
    The Athletic’s Dianna Russini said Kupp’s hamstring issue “was not as serious as initially feared,” and that Kupp is “pushing to play” in Week 5. Kupp, who sustained a major hamstring injury in August, should be ready to go for Week 5 against the Eagles, though he could be on something of a snap count as Sean McVay eases him back into the offense. Kupp’s return is a boon for Matthew Stafford, but could be a hit to Puka Nacua’s target share. Kupp drafters should play Kupp if he suits up against the Eagles.
  • CLE Quarterback #4
    Berry added Watson’s injury — which kept him sidelined in Week 4 against Baltimore — probably won’t affect the quarterback going forward. Watson sat out against the Ravens after gaining clearance from the team’s medical staff. The Browns hope Watson can return after their Week 5 bye. If Watson remains sidelined, rookie QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson would get another start.
  • NE Defensive Back
    Gonzalez tore his labrum and injured his shoulder in the team’s Week 4 loss to the Cowboys and will miss the rest of his rookie campaign. It’s a devastating loss for New England’s struggling defense, which has allowed the tenth highest completion rate (68 percent) to opposing quarterbacks through Week 4. The Patriots acquired J.C. Jackson from the Chargers to fill in for Gonzalez. Last year, Jackson was graded by PFF as the NFL’s worst cover corner.
  • NE Cornerback #27
    Jackson returns to New England after spending his first four NFL seasons with the Pats, emerging as a shutdown corner in 2020 and 2021, when he combined for 17 interceptions and 37 defended passes. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said the Patriots traded for Jackson because they lost rookie CB Christian Gonzalez to a season-ending labrum injury. Jackson’s time with the Chargers was an abject disaster both for Jackson and the team. He’s been a healthy scratch of late while dealing with legal issues related to the alleged negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Jackson in 2022 was graded by Pro Football Focus as the league’s worst cover corner. He’ll join a New England defense allowing a 68 percent completion rate, the tenth worst in the NFL.
  • CAR Quarterback #9
    We wish the Panthers good luck in their endeavor. Schultz said Carolina “is all in on Bryce Young — the player and the person. They love him and want to support him. They believe they can push this season by adding another big time playmaker.” It’s hard to say which top-flight wideout would be available via trade, and who would want to go to a terrible Panthers team. Perhaps this means the Panthers will acquire the currently doghoused Chase Claypool and call him a WR1. Schultz said the team attributes Young’s massive struggles to his lack of a dominant No. 1 receiver. Through Week 4, only Zach Wilson has a worse EPA per drop back than Young.
  • PHI Cornerback #21
    The Eagles add to their secondary with Roby. The veteran 31-year-old last played for the Saints before being cut in August. Roby now finds himself with a solid Eagles defense that can use his help.


PGMOL release VAR audio from Spurs v. Liverpool
Watch and listen to PGMOL's released VAR audio from Tottenham's controversial 2-1 win over Liverpool in Matchweek 7.

NBC Sports Podcasts

Premier League

Arsenal vs Man City is here! And it’s far from the only tricky pick on a 10-match Premier League weekend docket.
Everything you need to know about the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League
“Something like that as far as I can remember never happened,” Klopp said on Wednesday. “That’s why I think a replay would be the right thing.”
Check out the Premier League fixtures and results for the 2023-24 season


Breece Hall looks to get on track while De’Von Achane keeps using his track speed.
Matthew Pouliot doesn’t see things getting much better for the Rockies, but at least some of the players are interesting.
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 5 of the 2023 NFL season.
Eric Samulski hands out fantasy football awards for Week 4 of the NFL season.
Big Ten on NBC, Peacock
Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge discuss the “tall task” that undefeated Maryland has in facing Ohio State in Week 6 and the reasons why the Terrapins have a fighting chance to defeat the Buckeyes.
Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge break down Iowa’s play in the team’s win over Michigan State in Week 5, including the strength of the defense and special teams and room for improvement on offense.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down how he’s playing two Big Ten matchups between Michigan at Minnesota and Nebraska at Illinois.
Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge preview Rutgers’ Week 6 matchup against Wisconsin, the success of Phil Longo’s offense and more.
PFF previews the top players to watch when Ohio State takes on Maryland, including Taulia Tagovailoa and Corey Dyches for the Terrapins and receivers Marvin Harrison Jr. and Cade Stover for the Buckeyes.
Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge discuss how Minnesota can compete against a Michigan team that has “no weaknesses,” specifically by forcing turnovers and embracing their home-crowd atmosphere.
College Football Top 25: SEC Takes a Hit

Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide

Get an assist with your draft with the Rotoworld Basketball Draft Guide, which includes player rankings, positional tiers, projections, mock draft and much more!
Prepare for fantasy hoops season and your drafts with Rotoworld’s 2023 Fantasy Basketball Draft Guide preview series!
Zak Hanshew breaks down the latest trade as the Celtics look to keep pace with Milwaukee in Eastern Conference arms race.
Check out the first few rounds of a 16-team, 9-Cat industry mock draft, which is part of the new Rotoworld Basketball Draft Guide.


Track’s first Cup race will be June 16, 2024 on USA Network.
Matt Crafton punched Nick Sanchez after last weekend’s Truck playoff race at Talladega.
Marty Snider, Jeff Burton, and Steve Letarte unpack Ryan Blaney’s big win at Talladega and why it was so imperative ahead of the Round of 12 cutoff race on the Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course.


During an ugly game for the Falcons’ offense on Sunday, quarterback Desmond Ridder appeared to be snubbed by receiver Mack Hollins when offering a high five, only for Hollins to turn and yell at Ridder.
Texans right tackle Tytus Howard is making his way back to the lineup.
The Jaguars got back in the win column after dropping two straight and kicker Brandon McManus was a big reason why.
The Eagles haven’t hit on all cylinders yet, but they’re 4-0 and kicker Jake Elliott has been one of the reasons why they’ve been able to win without playing their best.

2023 Rugby World Cup on Peacock

The best of the best are in action in France through October 28th for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Relive the best moments from South Africa and Tonga’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Relive the best moments from Australia and Portugal’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Relive the best moments from Scotland and Romania’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.


Royce Lewis homered twice and Pablo López
was effective for the Twins’ first postseason game win since 2004.
Montgomery fired seven shutout innings against the Rays, who committed four errors on defense.
Here is everything you need to know about betting the 2023 MLB Playoffs.
Nevin went 119-149 in his first major league managerial job while both of his teams missed the playoffs.


Is this the final year of the Kahwi Leonard/Paul George era in Los Angeles?
Chris Paul says he’ll do “whatever I can do to help our team win.”
There is no real market for Harden right now, which leaves the 76ers in a tough spot.

College Football

Iowa quarterback Cade McNamara will miss the rest of the season because of a torn knee ligament and Deacon Hill will be the starter against Purdue this week, coach Kirk Ferentz announced Tuesday.
Noah Eagle and Todd Blackledge preview Saturday’s matchup between Purdue and Iowa. The two reflect on the Hawkeyes’ strength in defense and Tory Taylor, and the Boilermakers’ offensive power.
Notre Dame got away with one at Duke on Saturday, winning 21-14, late-game worries breaking the Irish way this week both by design and because of past mistakes that Marcus Freeman learned from.
Wide receiver Drelon Miller (Silsbee, TX/ Silsbee High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2024 All-American Bowl.


Vaughn Dalzell breaks down how he’s playing two Big Ten matchups between Michigan at Minnesota and Nebraska at Illinois.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick preview odds for the Eagles and Rams Week 5 clash and look ahead to a stretch of Philadelphia’s schedule that could determine its season.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick share how they’re approaching Giants vs. Dolphins in Week 5, explaining why they’re fading New York and counting on a Dolphins offensive outburst on Bet the Edge.


Lexi Thompson will be the seventh different woman to compete in a PGA Tour event
Viktor Hovland was a crucial part of Team Europe’s 2023 Ryder Cup victory, as his improvement was on display at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.
Thompson will be the first LPGA player to compete on the PGA Tour since 2018.
Tiger Woods is the favorite to lead the U.S. team in 2025. Possibly 2027 as well?
Defending Sanderson Farms Championship winner, Mackenzie Hughes, joins Golf Today to share how it feels to be back at a place he’s won before and the state of his game before he looks to defend his PGA Tour title.
Karen Stupples and Beth Ann Nichols join Golf Today to discuss some Solheim Cup storylines, including the performance of and culture within the U.S. team., along with whether the event could see a future playoff.

Brother From Another

Charles McDonald joins Brother From Another to discuss the Buffalo Bills’ win over the Miami Dolphins and what the AFC North looks like with the Ravens’ 3-1 start and the Bengals’ struggles.
Charles McDonald joins Brother From Another to discuss the officiating in the Jets vs. Chiefs game and if Taylor Swift being in attendance had anything to do with the way the game was called.
Michael Holley, Reeta Hubbard and Natalie discuss the biggest storylines from NBA Media Day, including Jimmy Butler’s hair and the Milwaukee Bucks with the addition of Damian Lillard.
Michael Holley and Reeta Hubbard “The NFL Chick” break down the Giants’ blowout loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4 and what Brian Daboll and Daniel Jones need to do to turn things around.

Local coverage

Here’s this week’s Roob’s Eagles Stats, with all the stats, trends and numbers you’ve been wondering about.
Bears offensive coordinator Luke Getsy felt he called the ideal play to pick up the critical fourth-and-1 in the Bears’ loss to the Broncos, but a good play call doesn’t work with poor execution.
Sunday’s blowout loss to the Cowboys was the final proof that Tom E. Curran needed about the true identity of this Patriots team.
Chris Paul indicated he is at least open to filling any Warriors role that increases his chance of winning an NBA championship.


Bills quarterback Josh Allen had a rough outing in Week One, but he has returned to form over the last few weeks.
The Chargers didn’t have star defensive players Derwin James or Joey Bosa in Week 4 when they played the Raiders.
Seahawks rookie cornerback Devon Witherspoon had a coming out party at MetLife Stadium on Monday night.
49ers running back Christian McCaffrey has been stellar through the first four weeks of the season and that was certainly true in Week 4.
Jets running back Breece Hall tore his ACL during a trip to Denver last year and his return from that injury will hit another level with this week’s trip to Denver.