10:15 AM: Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said about facing the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium for the first time after all those previous trips to the Metrodome: "It was a cool little venue. It definitely didn't feel like playing in Minnesota. I don't know what it felt like, but it's a nice little venue out there."
10:00 AM: After serving a 10-game suspension, Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon said about returning for Sunday's 26-24 win over the Atlanta Falcons: "It means the world to me to be back, but not just to be back, but to be with this team."
8:00 PM: Lauren Hill, the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball player with an inoperable brain tumor, was named MVP of the BW Invitational tournament after scoring a basket in Friday's game against Bethany College. Lauren also had her jersey retired by her old Lawrenceburg (IN) High School on Saturday.
7:15 PM: Tom Brady's wife Gisele Bundchen posted an Instagram photo of the couple's 1-year-old daughter Vivian watching Tom play during Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.
6:45 PM: UConn defeated Syracuse 1-0 on Sunday to win its second straight NCAA field hockey national title.
6:30 PM: Baltimore Ravens radio color commentator Qadry Ismail tweeted that one of the team's buses was sideswiped by a car while traveling in New Orleans on Sunday. But Ismail also added that no one was hurt.
6:15 PM: Morgan State defeated Delaware State 69-7 to earn a share of the MEAC football title for the first time since 1979. Although four other teams tied for the MEAC title, the Bears earned the conference's automatic bid to the FCS playoffs.
5:45 PM: With a toss to Demaryius Thomas against the Miami Dolphins Sunday, Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning has now thrown a TD pass in 50 straight games. The NFL record is 54 set by New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees.
5:30 PM: The Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated the Montreal Alouettes 40-24 on Sunday to advance to their second straight Grey Cup, where they will face the winner of the Calgary Stampeders vs. Edmonton Eskimos.
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