Monday Sports Update – Cowboys Fall To Cards 27-3

Exterior view of AT&T Stadium . (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

(Arlington, TX) — The Cowboys were limited to a field goal in a 27-3 loss Sunday night to the Arizona Cardinals. Dallas opted to hold out quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The Cowboys are winless in three preseason games. The will play Thursday at Houston to close out their exhibition slate.

Cowboys Safety Injured

(Arlington, TX) — Cowboys safety Kavon Frazier suffered a left shoulder separation in the preseason loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Frazier was injured in the first quarter and did not return. Frazier is scheduled to have a MRI today to learn the severity of the injury. Frazier said he is optimistic he will play in the season opener.

Texans Sign CB Webster

(Houston, TX) — The Texans are adding to their secondary as the preseason winds down. Houston signed cornerback Kayvon Webster to a one-year, two-million-dollar deal on Sunday. He started 11 games for the Rams last season before a torn Achilles ended his season. He won a Super Bowl with Denver in 2015.

NFL Preseason
Cincinnati Bengals 26, Buffalo Bills 13
Arizona Cardinals 27, Dallas Cowboys 3

Rangers Offense Shut Down By Giants, Holland

(San Francisco, CA) — The Rangers mustered only five hits in a 3-1 loss to the Giants in San Francisco. Former Rangers pitcher Derek Holland pitched into the seventh and limited Texas to one run. Elvis Andrus drove in the Rangers run. Yovani Gallardo took the loss. The Rangers went 2-and-4 on this Bay Area trip against the Giants and A’s . They are off today before opening a homestand tomorrow night against the Dodgers.

Astros Sweep Angels

(Anaheim, CA) — Framber Valdez was solid in his first MLB start as the Astros swept the A’s 3-1 in Anaheim. Valdez gave up a run over five innings to notch the victory for Houston. Carlos Correa clubbed a two-run single in the win. The Astros have won five straight games.

MLB National League
Atlanta Braves 4, Miami Marlins 0
Washington Nationals 15, New York Mets 0
Milwaukee Brewers 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 4
Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati Reds 0
St. Louis Cardinals 12, Colorado Rockies 3
Los Angeles Dodgers 7, San Diego Padres 3

MLB American League
Tampa Bay Rays 9, Boston Red Sox 1
Chicago White Sox 7, Detroit Tigers 2
Oakland Athletics 6, Minnesota Twins 2
Cleveland Indians 12, Kansas City Royals 5
Houston Astros 3, Los Angeles Angels 1
New York Yankees 5, Baltimore Orioles 3

MLB Interleague
Philadelphia Phillies 8, Toronto Blue Jays 3
San Francisco Giants 3, Texas Rangers 1
Arizona Diamondbacks 5, Seattle Mariners 2

DeChambeau Wins Northern Trust

(Paramus, NJ) — Bryson DeChambeau is the champion at The Northern Trust. DeChambeau entered the day with a four-stroke lead and fired a two-under 69 to cruise to the victory in the FedEx Cup playoff opener. Tony Finau finished alone in second place at 14-under, and Billy Horschel and Cameron Smith were in a tie for third at minus-13. Ryan Palmer finished in a tie for 5th at 12-under. Ryan had the shot of the day making an Eagle on the number 3 hole. Tiger Woods closed in a tie for 40th place with seven other golfers at four-under par.

College Football Round Up

(Undated) — College football kicks off this week for several area universities. Texas A&M ushers in the Jimbo Fisher era Thursday night with Northwestern State visiting College Station. TCU will host Southern on Saturday morning. Texas Tech takes on Ole Miss in Houston Saturday morning at 11. Texas will have an 11 a.m. kickoff Saturday at Maryland. Baylor will play Abilene Christian Saturday night in Waco. SMU and North Texas will meet Saturday night in Denton.

Hawaii Blanks South Korea, Wins Little League World Series

(Williamsport, PA) — The boys from Hawaii are the Little League World Series Champions. Hawaii defeated South Korea 3-0 on Sunday in Williamsport, Pennsylvania to win the tournament. Mana Lau Kong [[ mana LOW kong ]] hit a lead-off home run in the first inning for Hawaii and Ka’olu Holt pitched a complete game shutout. This is Hawaii’s third Little League World Series title and first since 2008.

Woods: You Have To Respect The Office

(Paramus, NJ) — Tiger Woods says that whatever you think about President Trump. you have to respect the office. Woods, speaking after his final round at The Northern Trust Sunday, was asked about his friendship with Trump, a longtime acquaintance and golf partner. He said that regardless of personality or politics, everyone must respect the office. Woods has also played golf with Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush.

Reports: Jemele Hill Leaving ESPN

(Undated) — There are reports that sports commentator Jemele Hill and ESPN are through. A number of news organizations are saying Hill and ESPN have reached an agreement for the network to buy out her contract, ending her 12-year run. Things between Hill and ESPN started going south last September when she tweeted that President Trump is a white supremacist. A month later she was suspended after criticizing Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. ESPN took her off Sports Center earlier this year. Hill’s last day on the air will be this Friday.



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