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Doc Edwards, ex-Indians manager, dies at 81

Doc Edwards, who spent more than half a century in baseball, has died at the age of 81. He played for the Indians in the 1960s and managed them in the 1980s. Born Howard Rodney Edwards, his nickname came from his time as an Navy medic.

OSU board meeting Wednesday about Meyer investigation (1:01)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ohio State's board of trustees will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday to discuss the findings of the Urban Meyer investigation. The findings will be shared with the board today but no decisions or deliberations will take place until Wednesday. The meeting will begin in public session before going into executive session to discuss personnel matters.

Love opens up about his battles with mental illness (5:37)
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Bills call out Landry for 'dirty' block on rookie CB

Veteran Bills defensive players spoke out Sunday regarding a block Browns receiver Jarvis Landry made against rookie cornerback Taron Johnson in Friday's preseason game, with linebacker Lorenzo Alexander calling it a "dirty" play.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills rookie CB Taron Johnson said Sunday that Browns WR Jarvis Landry apologized to him after a block during Friday's game that injured Johnson. "I feel like I should have triggered faster," Johnson said. "I just got to be more aggressive on that play, that's the main thing. It's still football, at the end of the day. Stuff like that happens sometimes. I have no animosity toward him at all."


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander on Sunday called a block by Browns WR Jarvis Landry against Bills CB Taron Johnson in Friday's game "dirty" and said the league needs to do a "better job of calling penalties on those types of plays."

Bills' Hyde calls block by Landry 'ridiculous' (0:44)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills safety Micah Hyde on Sunday called a block by WR Jarvis Landry against Bills CB Taron Johnson "ridiculous" and "BS," comparing it to a hit by Landry against former Bills safety Aaron Williams in 2016 that effectively ended Williams' career.

Allen extends hit streak to 12 games (0:24)
Melky delivers grand slam (0:20)