Dolphins’ Jay Cutler throws three picks, leaves to be evaluated for a concussion

The Dolphins began the second half of Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers with Matt Moore at quarterback.

Starter Jay Cutler was taken out to be evaluated for a concussion after he was hit by Buccaneers defensive end Ryan Russell on the penultimate play of the first half.

Cutler had been booed by Dolphins fans at Hard Rock Stadium after throwing three interceptions, one of which was in the end zone, as the Bucs (4-6) built a 20-7 lead.

Embiid sat out a win at Utah two weeks ago for what the Sixers called “load management” as they try to keep him healthy after a number of injuries. He made just 7 of 16 shots, but again proved the team’s emotional leader.

“I like our guys playing with an edge. I like them having some level of swagger and feeling good about themselves,” Sixers coach Brett Brown said. “That was a big play. It certainly got the crowd involved.”

With one time out, Smith drove the Chiefs 69 yards in nine plays, the big shot a 32-yard pass to tight end Travis Kelce. Harrison Butker tied the game with a 23-yard field goal — his third short one — with :01 left in regulation. The drive was kept alive when Jenkins’ interception was nullified by a pass interference penalty against him.

Regression looks like the Cardinals’ friend after a disappointing 2017 season. The upside of disappointment is that it can motivate you going forward. The Cardinals have been frequently mentioned as an aggressor in early hot stove activity, and an impact player tacked onto this baseline would put the Cardinals back near baseball’s elite tier.
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