The Sixers center thinks he can play 5-on-5 if need be.
Here is what's happening in sports on Monday, Sept. 25, including tonight's TV schedule.
Ten day-after takeaways from the Eagles' nail-biting 27-24 win over the Giants.
Sproles' injuries could mean the end of the 34-year-old star running back and punt returner's career.
Apparently, the routine was more clever than most originally thought.
Covington says he his back to playing five-on-five basketball after having meniscus surgery in April.
Mychal Kendricks says working on breathing and mindfulness has helped lead to his improved play this season.
Geoff Collins on the blowout loss to South Florida: "We've had a couple of days to really digest the game and make some corrections, a lot of corrections."
On the latest episode of the Birds' Eye View podcast. Zach Berman and Jeff McLane discussed the Eagles-Giants game and provide an injury update on Darren Sproles.
Tom Allen, the Hoosiers' first-year head coach, called Saturday's game at Beaver Stadium "a tremendous challenge ahead of us."
Rookie kicker Jake Elliott, the running game, and other factors in the win.
Flyers' goalies Michael Neuvirth and Brian Elliott have been sharp in camp, and they will get a chance to play a full game in the next two preseason contests.
Luwawu-Cabarrot is experiencing knee tendinitis; Okafor is overcoming knee soreness.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott set a team record with that 61-yard field goal. But the most amazing thing about this feat was not the length, but the accuracy.