Browns at Ravens final score: Nick Chubb goes for three touchdowns as Cleveland takes over first place in AFC North

Nick Chubb powered the Cleveland Browns to a 40-25 upset victory over the Baltimore Ravens, becoming the first Browns running back to have three rushing touchdowns in a single game against the Ravens. Chubb finished with over 160 yards rushing, including a back-breaking 88-yard touchdown run with 9:35 remaining in the fourth quarter to give the Browns a two-score cushion in the road victory over the Ravens.

For Chubb, the three touchdowns were a career high,

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Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky knocked out of game vs. Minnesota Vikings with shoulder injury

CHICAGO — Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky injured his left shoulder on the first drive of Sunday afternoon’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, forcing him out of the game for the remainder of the contest..

Trubisky fell hard on his left arm on a strip-sack by Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter on the sixth play of the game. Trubisky left the field and immediately went into the blue medical tent. After about five minutes,

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Robert Garrison Dies: ‘The Karate Kid’ Actor Was 59

Robert Garrison, an actor best known for his role as Tommy in the original The Karate Kid, a sequel and this year’s Cobra Kai series, has died, Deadline has confirmed. He was 59.

A cause of death was not officially released, though reports indicate he had been ill for a time.

“Rob was a great person and ambassador to The Karate Kid legacy,” said his rep Rick Henriques in a statement provided to Deadline.

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If Google was a human, it would now be legally allowed to drink in the United States because it’s celebrating its 21st birthday.

Google, a popular search engine, was founded 21 years ago in 1998. Although it wasn’t founded on this exact date all those years ago, and Google has celebrated its founding on multiple different dates, recently the company selected September 27 as its “birthday.”

Its founding goes back to 1995 when Larry Page was considering Stanford University for graduate school and student Sergey Brin was assigned to show him around.

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Jennifer Lopez Shakira to headline Pepsi’s Super Bowl Halftime Show

After weeks of speculation, it’s official Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will be headlining the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.

On Thursday, the National Football League, Pepsi and Roc Nation announced that the two superstars will share the stage at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida come Feb. 2.

Lopez and Shakira are both celebrated artists on both the pop and Latin charts, with dozens of hit songs and albums between them.

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Eagles vs. Packers: Live updates, stats, highlights from Thursday Night Football

For the first time in his career really, Aaron Rodgers finally has a defense that is capable of carrying him to where the Packers are desperate to go at least one more time before the Rodgers era ends.

On Thursday night, that Packers defense, which enters Week 4 ranked third in DVOA and second in points allowed, is tasked with its biggest challenge of the season: stymieing Carson Wentz and the Eagles’ offense —

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Manchester United Beat Rochdale on Penalties to Advance in EFL Cup

Manchester United reached the fourth round of the 2019/20 Carabao Cup, but only after beating League One side Rochdale 5-3 on penalties at Old Trafford on Wednesday night after playing to a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.

Daniel James scored the winner in the shootout to secure the Red Devils a place in the next round and ensure they avoided another setback after the 2-0 defeat to West Ham United in the Premier League on Sunday.

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Sparks fly at assault-weapons ban hearing on Capitol Hill ex-cop vows she would ‘not comply’

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A former police officer made a bold proclamation during a congressional hearing Wednesday regarding a proposed assault-weapons ban: she would not comply.

Dianna Muller, who served in the Tulsa Police Department for 22 years and is the founder of gun advocacy group The DC Project, was among the witnesses at the House Judiciary Committee hearing. The session on an otherwise contentious issue flew largely under the radar amid the Trump-Ukraine controversy and Democrats’

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Marshalls launches first online store with discounted Gucci Fendi and other designers

While its competitors have had online stores for many years, Marshalls announced Tuesday the launch of its first e-commerce store, which is live and open for business now.

“This site will feature a unique assortment of the brands and values that Marshalls is known for, and also offer customers the ability to shop through fun, interactive features and curations,” said Mark DeOliveira, TJX Digital US executive vice president, in a news release.

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Wisconsin serial killer allegedly confesses to “Making a Murderer” killing

A Wisconsin inmate has apparently confessed to the killing of Teresa Halbach, whose murder case was documented in the 2015 hit Netflix series “Making a Murderer.” But filmmakers say the confession didn’t come from Steven Avery or Brendan Dassey, who have been in prison for the crime for more than a decade.

Avery, 57, and his nephew, Dassey, 29, are currently serving life sentences for the murder of 25-year-old Halbach, who was killed on Halloween in 2005 after visiting Avery’s property in Wisconsin.

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