Good Morning: Josh Freeman Found A Home In Minnesota

Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos set a record for points through five games as they held off Tony Favre — er, Romo — in an incredible 51-48 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Romo set a Cowboys record by throwing for over 500 yards, but threw a late interception that led to Matt Prater's 28-yard game-winning field goal.  


Calvin Johnson missed the Lions' 22-9 loss against the Packers, but says he absence and aching knee shouldn't keep him out much longer.


Free agent QB Josh Freeman will sign with the Minnesota Vikings after being cut by the Tampa Bay Bucs. The NFLPA will still investigate the drug-testing leak that occurred while he was still with the Bucs.


Saints TE Jimmy Graham set a receiving record with his fourth 100-yard game in a row. 


The LA Dodgers routed the Atlanta Braves 13-6, putting them one win away from the NLDS. The Pittsburgh Pirates also took a 2-1 series lead over the Cardinals. 


The top five remain unchanged in the AP poll.


UGA lost RB Keith Marshall and WR Justin Scott-Wesley for the season due to injury.


Floyd Mayweather showed up at Miami Heat training camp to provide a little extra motivation.


It's on….


Oooo, NBA highlights. We've missed you.





Fire damaged B.B. King's club on Beale Street in Memphis late Monday night. 


Talib Kweli announced a new album due Dec 15, Gravitas.




Mac Miller dropped a vide for "The Star Room."





Though the dismantling of Syria's chemical weapons is going well, the Syrian government is now starving its opponents into surrender.


The Supreme Court is back in session and has a number of important cases to hear, including affirmative action, presidential power, prayer in public, abortion rights and campaign contributions,


Here's a story about how on a hedge fund manager uses Twitter to move markets, and made Apple $18 billion by doing so.


Technology companies like Facebook and Yahoo! face a showdown with the government about how transparent they can be about NSA requests. 


The War on Drugs is over: Drugs won. 





Chuck Inglish dropped a track with Mac Miller and Ab-Soul.