Bills Cut Araiza, Serena’s Last Tournament, Max Verstappen Wins Consecutive Race From Outside Top 10, Chapman Tattoo Injury


The Buffalo Bills cut punter Matt Araiza after allegations surfaced that he is in the midst of a civil lawsuit accusing him (and two other San Diego State football teammates) of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl last year. Bills GM Brandon Beane claims they did not know about the allegations before drafting him.


The U.S. Open begins today with one of the most iconic tennis players in the history of the sport, Serena Williams, playing in what could be her last tournament. Tune in for her first match at 7:00 pm ET Monday on ESPN. Later this week, Serena and sister Venus will team up as doubles partners for what they hope will be their 15th Grand Slam together.


Max Verstappen started in 14th place but handily won the Belgian Grand Prix. He is the first driver in 60 years to win consecutive races after starting outside the top 10 in the grid.


Yankees Pitcher Aroldis Chapman is on the injured list for an unusual infection in his leg caused by a tattoo.

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