The Eagles will be without wide receiver Alshon Jeffery for the rest of the season due to a foot injury suffered Monday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Right tackle Lane Johnson is week-to-week with an ankle injury.
The NFL expects its 2020 salary cap to be within the range of $196.8 million and $201.2 million, marking the seventh straight season the cap is projected to climb more than $10 million per club from year to the next.
Le'Veon Bell said Tuesday that although he wishes he wasn't seen bowling in public last Saturday night while out with the flu, he doesn't "feel bad about what I did," noting that he didn't break any rules and "wasn't a distraction until now."
The Mountain West Conference has suspended DB Austin Arnold, DB Daniel Brown and DT Hausia Sekona for the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl as a result of their roles in a brawl against UNLV on Nov. 30. In addition, LB Gabriel Sewell is banned for the first half.
In a move to trim payroll while pursuing star free agents, the Angels traded infielder Zack Cozart and touted prospect Will Wilson to the Giants for a player to be named of cash considerations. Cozart is due $12.67 million in 2020.
The Phillies have reached agreement with former Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius on a one-year deal, a source confirmed to ESPN's Buster Olney. The deal is for $14 million, NBC Sports Philadelphia reported.
The Yankees, who have made signing Gerrit Cole their top offseason priority, have made an offer to the right-hander that is more than the $245 million deal that Stephen Strasburg got from the Nationals, sources told ESPN.
Grizzlies star rookie guard Ja Morant, after missing four games because of back spasms, scored 26 points in a win over the Warriors. "They want to give me the shot, I'm going to take it," he said. "It showed tonight."
After getting booed each time he touched the ball Monday in Indiana, Clippers star and ex-Pacer Paul George said he enjoys playing the villain but added cryptically, "I'm not the one to boo. ... The people they should boo is here a lot longer than I am."
NC State officials are disputing the NCAA's allegation that a former Adidas consultant gave $40,000 to a former assistant coach, who was supposed to help get the money to star player Dennis Smith Jr.'s family to ensure he enrolled at the school.