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LeBron trying to return to game shape (0:44)
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FPI: Titans have major edge in Cleveland

By FPI's measure, this is the Browns' best remaining chance to win a game this season, narrowly ahead of a Week 15 visit from the Ravens. That said, the Titans have a better-than 3-2 advantage on Sunday.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Latest injury report shows that S Jabrill Peppers returned to practice, but on a limited basis. Peppers said he was confident he'll play against the Titans.

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How Lin's injury changes futures in the East (2:06)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Since Myles Garrett started playing, the Browns have generated pressure on 35 percent of quarterback dropbacks. Prior to his debut, that number was 22 percent. Stats courtesy of ESPN Stats and Information.

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LeBron says Giannis could play anywhere (0:21)

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson had no issue with Danny Shelton dancing after a tackle for loss in Houston with the team down 21. Jackson said Shelton was celebrating the defensive unit adding: "This game is played with emotion and passion."

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Cavs added as League of Legends franchise

Riot Games has accepted the Cleveland Cavaliers' application for a North American League of Legends Championship Series franchise for the start of the 2018 NA LCS season, sources told ESPN.

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Jamie Foxx does spot-on LeBron impression (1:55)

Jacob Wolf ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cleveland Cavaliers have obtained a slot in the North American League of Legends Championship Series as one of the newest franchise owners, league sources told ESPN. The Cavaliers have recruited former Call of Duty pro and influencer Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag to head up their operations and are actively recruiting staff in the League of Legends space, sources said.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston sports radio was filled with chatter Wednesday wondering if Cavaliers forward Jae Crowder should be blamed for Gordon Hayward's gruesome injury. Celtics coach Brad Stevens dismissed it: "There was no ill will, no fault. That was just a unique landing from what I saw. [But] I don't have any interest in re-watching."

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LeBron's torn jersey leaves Nike scrambling

Nike executives were reviewing why the back of LeBron James' jersey split down the middle during Tuesday night's game action, sources told ESPN. The NBA jerseys were being worn for the first time since Nike became the league's official uniform supplier.