Minkah Fitzpatrick practiced fully for a second consecutive day, putting him on track to return when the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Hear the game on WISR 680am /107.5FM.
Joining Fitzpatrick as a starter on defense to return after a multi-game injury absence is defensive lineman Montravius Adams, who also was listed as a full participant on Thursday’s injury report. Adams has missed three games because of an ankle injury.
NFL announces Steelers, Colts game in Indianapolis will be played on Saturday, December 16th at 4:30pm as part of a triple-header of games on the NFL Network
THURSDAY NIGHT NFL SCORE.
- Dallas Cowboys 41, Seattle Seahawks 35
Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry made history Thursday when he became the first netminder to score a goal for the franchise during a 4-2 road win against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla.
The goal came in the third period after the Lightning pulled goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy for an extra attacker.
Stopping 39 of 41 shots, Jarry’s record rose to 8-8-1.
The Pens host the Flyers tomorrow 7pm at PPG Paints Arena.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have hired Sarah Gelles, who spent the past five years as the Houston Astros’ director of research and development, as an assistant general manager, a source told TribLive.
Gelles becomes the highest-ranking woman in the Pirates’ baseball operations staff, working with general manager Ben Cherington and alongside assistant GMs Kevan Graves and Steve Sanders.
The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Thursday — a day before single-game tickets go on sale — that there will be new start times for night games this season.
Evening home games will now start at 6:40 p.m., except for Saturday games before the All-Star break, which will begin at 4:05 p.m. After the All-Star break, Saturday games will start at 6:40 p.m. The new start times are in reaction to feedback from season-ticket holders,
The Rock will host Kutztown tomorrow in a division 2 playoff matchup at Noon. Pre game at 11:30 on The Rock Station 977.
The Rock’s Braden Long was also named a finalist for the Harlon Hill trophy. This award is the D2 equivalent to the Heisman Trophy in Division 1.
James Franklin and Penn State have their new offensive coordinator.
Andy Kotelnicki, Kansas’ innovative and creative play-caller, is expected to be hired as Penn State’s new offensive coordinator, a source..
Kotelnicki will be the sixth offensive coordinator in Franklin’s 11 years in Happy Valley after the Nittany Lions fired Mike Yurcich a day after losing to Michigan on Nov. 11.
Butler Boys basketball tonight against Northgate 7:30 on WBUT
Sharpsville vs Karns City @AC Vallley
Saturday Knoch vs Freedom @ South Side Beaver on WISR
Girls Basketball: Karns City vs Punxsutawney 6:30 tonight
Moniteau girls vs Grove City 7:30.
Buffalo Bills pass rusher Von Miller has been charged with assaulting a pregnant woman, a third-degree felony. Miller turned himself in yesterday and was released after posting $5,000 bail. Miller is accused of assaulting his long-time girlfriend on Wednesday at their home in Dallas. The woman later denied that the assault happened.
PRO GOLF: Tiger Woods played in his first tournament since April yesterday. He finished the first round at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas with a 75, three strokes over par, placing him 18th in a field of 20. Woods plans to compete next at the PNC Championship in mid-December with his talented son, Charlie Woods.