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Daily Recap – September 1, 2022


Collin Sexton finally got his long-term deal. Sexton was part of a massive trade between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Utah Jazz, and gets a new 4-year, $72 million contract as part of the day. Utah surrenders star player Donovan Mitchell and a couple of draft picks in exchange for Sexton, two other players, and five picks. Sexton’s contract surpasses the 6-year, $67.5 million contract that Antonio McDyess signed with Denver in January 1999 as the largest NBA contract signed by an Alabama player.

Derrick Henry received a $2 million raise for 2022 in a re-structured deal with the Tennessee Titans. Henry will now make $14 million this season, and the Titans will continue to work on an extension with Henry.

Brian Robinson was placed on the Reserve / Non-Football Injury list today by the Washington Commanders, which gives him a few weeks to recover from the gunshot wounds he received as a result of an armed robbery attempt on Sunday. Robinson will be eligible to return to the active roster in Week 5 of the season.

Tua Tagovailoa was named a team captain for the Miami Dolphins. Likewise, Jalen Hurts was named a captain in Philadelphia.

O.J. Howard had a productive visit with the Houston Texans today. Early reports that he was staying in Houston to take a physical tomorrow, while Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Howard will sign with Houston tomorrow.

Mac Jones is confident that New England’s offense has ironed out some things.

Media Appearances

Links to training camp press conferences from today:

Scenes and Highlights


  • Brian Robinson – placed on the Reserve / Non-Football Injury list by the Washington Commanders.
  • Christian Harris – placed on the Reserve / Injured list by the Houston Texans.
  • Matt Foster – recalled by the Chicago White Sox.
  • Collin Sexton – signed a 4-year, $72 million contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers and was traded by the Cavaliers to the Utah Jazz.

Game Results


Made in Himmerland Rd 1:
Gavin Moynihan – 71, E, T99

Korn Ferry Tour Pre-Qualifying Stage (Prattville site) Rd 2:
Frankie Capan – 69-68, -7, 3rd
Ben Fuller – 73-70, -1, T24

Korn Ferry Tour Championship Rd 1:
Robby Shelton – 70, -2, T42

GolfBC Championship Rd 1:
Jonathan Hardee – 71, E, T77
Wilson Furr – 71, E, T77
Steven Setterstrom – 73, +2, T111
Davis Shore – 74, +3, T125

Dana Open Rd 1:
Lauren Stephenson – 66, -5, T4
Emma Talley – 71, E, T66
Stephanie Meadow – 71, E, T66
Cheyenne Knight – 73, +2, T105
Janie Jackson – 76, +5, T136


US Open, Women’s Doubles Rd 1:
13-seed Alexa Guarachi / A Klepac defeated Barnett / Nicholls 6-4, 7-5.

ATP Rafa Nadal Open, Doubles quarterfinal:
3-seed Saketh Myneni / Y Bhambri defeated Popko / Uchida 6-3, 6-2.

US Open, Mixed Doubles Rd 1:
Erin Routliffe / A Mies lost to Melichar-Martinez / Kraweitz 7-6 (7-2), 7-6 (7-4).


FIBA EuroBasket, Group Phase:
Belgium 79, Georgia 76 (F/OT).
Retin Obasohan – 37 minutes, 9 points (3-9 2pg, 0-2 3pg, 3-5 FT), 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 6 steals, 3 turnovers, 2 fouls, +3.


Chicago White Sox 7, Kansas City 1.
Matt Foster – 1 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 1 BB, 2 K.

Chattanooga 3, Pensacola 2.
Cobie Fletcher-Vance (2B) – 3-4, 3 singles, 1 RBI, 1 run.

Quad Cities 8, Beloit 6.
Peyton Wilson (CF) – 2-5, 2 singles, 1 SB, 1 run.

Round Rock 2, Oklahoma City 0 (F/6).
Chase Lee (H, 7) – 1 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 0 BB, 0 K.

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