Timberlake has won ten Grammys and numerous other awards. He’s been recognized for a range of performances, including Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Dance Recording and Best Music Video. Timberlake was most recently nominated for an Academy Award for the song “Can’t Stop The Feeling!” from the film “Trolls,” for which he won his 10th Grammy.
The Browns struggled to generate offense after that drive though with Hogan under center. Kizer was able to return after being checked out and try to rally his team back in the fourth quarter. He had the Browns rolling in the right direction before throwing an interception in the end zone:
The Eagles and Chiefs took part in a low-scoring battle for much of Sunday’s game, but the Chiefs were finally able to break through thanks to Travis Kelce’s Michael Jordan impression:
Martavis Bryant did something Sunday that he hadn’t managed since Week 13 of the 2015 season: Haul in a regular-season touchdown reception. If you’re counting fingers and toes, that’s 651 days. Bryant missed the 2016 season because of a suspension, but came into 2017 as a key cog in what was expected to be one of the league’s best offenses.
Starter Sam Bradford tested out his injured knee Sunday morning and the team has decided not to risk his health, and will instead start backup Case Keenum, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora.
The Buckeyes were able to reel in five-star defensive tackle Taron Vincent, ESPN 300 defensive tackles Tommy Togiai and Tyler Friday, ESPN 300 defensive end Tyreke Smith and three-star end Alex Williams to go with junior college tackle Antwuan Jackson to fill the depth chart for the future. — Tom VanHaaren
Let’s face it: Georgia’s offensive line overachieved last season. So it’s no wonder that Kirby Smart went heavy in the trenches by signing five O-linemen, including Cade Mays, ESPN’s No. 3 offensive tackle, and Trey Hill and Jamaree Salyer, the No. 1 and 2 guards. — Scarborough