Muangthong United have kicked the Brisbane Roar out of the Asian Champions League with a 3-nil win in Thailand
Urawa have thrashed the Western Sydney Wanderers 6-1 to progress to the Asian Champions League knock-out stages
West Coast are yet to live up to their huge expectations.
Freo have hit form ahead of the derby.
Josh Reynolds has signed a four-year deal with the Wests Tigers.
A heavy loss to Hawthorn at the weekend has seen numerous insults leveled at the Eagles.
Sam Mitchell was expected to boost the West Coast Eagles this season, but the former Hawk is yet to be sighted.
Bennett fires back at Maguire
The Philippines Senator admits he needs to do more research on his Australian opponent.
The 29-year-old Brisbane resident will take on one of the greatest fighters of all time.
- One would assume that once the NFL schedule is built and approved that they just email it out to teams.
They call every single team.
Here's Mike North, the Senior Director of Broadcast and Scheduling for the NFL, calling the Rams, courtesy of the LA Rams.
[PHONE RINGING] - Oh baby.
- Greetings, Mike.
MIKE NORTH: Gentlemen, good afternoon.
Or good morning out there.
- How you doing?
- Time will tell how good it is.
MIKE NORTH: Yeah, fair enough.
The Los Angeles Rams open the season on Sunday, September the 10th, at home against the Indianapolis Colts.
- All right.
- All right, guys.
- CBS game.
There you go.
MIKE NORTH: Following week, home on Sunday, September 17, against the Washington Redskins.
- Oh, now that's exciting.
MIKE NORTH: The game will be at 1:25 PM Pacific time.
- Coach Mike McVay bowl.
That-- - Can't get beat by big brother.
- Be a good game, man.
- McVay, of course, the offensive coordinator for the Redskins last year.
They're going to be hosting the Redskins in week 2.
For the full phone call, just go to LARams.
Pretty cool inside stuff there.