ESPN's Todd McShay tears down Warren Sapp's criticism of Myles Garrett
Three months later, Johnson used the first pick in the 1989 supplemental draft on Steve Walsh, his quarterback at Miami. I watch the tape and he absolutely disappears".
National Basketball Association fines Patrick Beverley over fan incident
Beverley is the primary player responsible for guarding National Basketball Association scoring champion Russell Westbrook. Beverley also reminded that it's not the first time he's had a problem in Oklahoma City .
Senate Confirms Sonny Perdue as Agriculture Secretary
Perdue's home state of Georgia accounted for just 2 percent of total US agriculture exports in 2015. Perdue will oversee the nation's farm and forestry programs, as well as the USA nutrition programs.
National Hockey League playoffs: Sharks' Joe Thornton played with torn ACL, MCL
The Oilers were wary about getting off to a poor start on Saturday after losing to the Sharks 7-0 on Wednesday on their home ice. With McDavid mostly held in check in the series, the outcome was mostly left up to Edmonton's supporting cast.
'Plastic bag' womb could help keep premature babies alive
The successful animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind incubation might work in the case of extremely premature babies. The lambs showed normal breathing and swallowing, and had normal growth, neurological function and organ maturation.
The 4 Russian Federation investigations in Congress, explained
As Trump critics argued at the time, the Senate Intelligence Committee is not set up to do this work. "It was inappropriate. That raised questions about whether the chairman was too close to the White House to lead an impartial inquiry.
IPhone 8 production delays could seriously limit pre-2018 availability
Meanwhile, Apple is expected to announce its new iPhone during its signature hardware event in September. The iPhone 8 release date is approaching fast. iPhone usage in America is at an all-time high.
Turkey's premier warns opposition against street protests
Monitors from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said the decision undermined important election safeguards. CHP vice chairman Erdal Aksunger said the party expects the board "to eliminate fraud and cancel the referendum".
PPG again raises bid for Akzo
Professor John Colley, of Warwick Business School, said PPG's new offer has given AkzoNobel little option but to engage. Amsterdam-based Akzo has rebuffed two prior unsolicited offers from PPG saying they undervalued the Dutch company.
Death toll in Venezuela's political unrest rises to at least 24
When water cannons were turned on the marchers, they fell back and skirmishes spread to surrounding streets through the afternoon. The opposition's main demands are for elections, the release of jailed activists and autonomy for the opposition-led legislature.