Sport Watch: Bengals' Joe Burrow throws first TD pass of his NFL career
10 in quarantine after fan at Chiefs game tests positive for Covid-19
The team credits safety measures with helping limit potential exposure to others who attended the NFL season opener last week.The Sept. 10 contest between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans had fans in the stands — 15,895 of them — but far fewer than the number Arrowhead Stadium can hold, 76,000.
It took more than a game but Joe Burrow threw a pass that wound up as a touchdown.
The Bengals’ No. 1 overall draft pick out of LSU ran for a touchdown in a loss to the Chargers in the opener.
On Thursday night in Cleveland, he threw his first NFL TD pass.
Burrow connected with C.J. Uzomah from 23 yards, the same distance his TD run was Sunday.
Expect many more of these plays from the 2019 Heisman winner.
Joe Burrow tosses the first TD pass of his career to answer the Browns' score.
Latest injury news on Michael Thomas, Miles Sanders, A.J. Brown, James Conner
Saints star Michael Thomas and Titans wideout A.J. Brown could each be looking at a long absence. But some star running backs might be ready to go this week.Things are looking positive for Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders, who missed Week 1 with a hamstring injury. However, the NFL’s latest injury news isn’t all positive with receivers Michael Thomas and A.J. Brown in serious jeopardy of long-term absences.
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Lions snap 11-game losing streak by booting Cardinals on last-second field goal .
Prior to Sunday, the Detroit Lions had an 11-game losing streak that dated back to last season before they beat the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.The Lions beat the Cardinals 26-23 on Sunday on Matt Prater's 39-yard field goal, ending a nearly year-long skid and giving the franchise a bit of life after starting the season 0-2.