Travis Kelce, Josh Rowntree, Greg Eklund discussed on AP News Radio


AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more. Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders. You know, we started off a little slow. Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one. After spotting the Raiders a 17, nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23. The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game, but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on. The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday. Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract. The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday. Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina, defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator, Phil snow. In baseball, it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday, but there was some news. The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM. Patella will replace Scott Harris, who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month. In golf, Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year. And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour, even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time. Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship, the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million, winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus. I'm Josh roundtree, AP sports.

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