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Eagles Midfielder Jonny Williams Sidelined After Picking Up Injury During Loan Spell at Sunderland

Eagles Midfielder Jonny Williams Sidelined After Picking Up Injury During Loan Spell at Sunderland

On loan at Sunderland, Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams will be enduring a spell on the sidelines after the Welshman underwent a shoulder injury.

The loanee faces a spell out after sustaining an injury last Saturday in their 2-2 draw at home to Millwall. 

The 24-year-old took to Instagram to thank supporters on his latest setback. 

"Op went well. Thank you for all of the caring messages and support, it means a lot.

"Had a few tough setbacks that I have had to come back from already and this is probably the hardest to take.

"On the mend now and looking forward to getting back doing what I love asap."

Williams has made ten appearances for the Black Cats this season as the side from up north look to bounce back immediately to the top flight, however it hasn't gone to plan with Simon Grayson already being shown the door.

 and as his former international manager,However, Chris Coleman has arrived at the Stadium of Light, Jonny Williams will relish the opportunity to link up with his old boss who left the Wales job this month. 

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His target now will be to recover as soon as he possibly can, to get considered for selection, and no doubt he will be a firm starter under Coleman who has seen him shine in the national colours. 

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During Eagles coach Doug Pederson’s press conference on Monday, a Philadelphia Daily News columnist was wondering why Wentz has been so dynamic in his sophomore campaign when it usually takes quarterbacks three or four seasons to fully blossom, only the question came out like this:

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson showed his funny side during Monday's press conference recapping the team's 31-3 win over the Chicago Bears. 

Pederson was asked a question from Philadelphia Daily News columnist Marcus Hayes about Alshon Jeffery mentioning he had a "premature explosion" as a wide receiver before his third year in the league. 

The Eagles head coach couldn't hold himself together after the words "premature explosion." This reaction by Pederson is an all-time one for any head coach in any sport. 

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This was an all-time moment for the Eagles head coach, one that will surely be on highlight reels throughout the season. 

The Eagles posed for a group photo Sunday after taking an early lead at Lincoln Financial Field. They mimicked bowling pins falling down in the end zone as they pulled away. They danced the “Electric Slide” to put the final touches on the blowout.

The Bears could do little about such high jinks because they provided their opponent ample opportunities to celebrate in a 31-3 loss.

We got 6 (rushing) yards today; I could give two (expletives) about their celebrations,” Bears right guard Kyle Long said. “If they want to go on ‘Dancing With the Stars,[url=http://www.jetscheapstore.com/brian-winters-jersey-cheap]Womens Brian Winters Jersey[/url],’ that’s great for them. We’re trying to win football games.”

Said Bears defensive end Akiem Hicks: “If you don’t want them to do it, stop them.”

The Bears failed to do that in all three phases as they lost their fourth straight game in ugly fashion.

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Rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky had a 38.3 passer rating on 17-for-33 passing for 147 yards with two interceptions and two sacks.

“Attention to detail, positive plays — we didn’t do a great job,” Long said. “And they played a really good game. Credit their defense. That’s one of the best defenses I’ve ever played.”

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It was one of several highlights for the Eagles offense. On a 15-yard touchdown pass from Wentz, Nelson Agholor burned Jackson and somersaulted over cornerback Kyle Fuller into the end zone. Eagles running back LeGarrette Blount hurdled Jackson during a 22-yard gain on the Eagles’ fourth touchdown drive of the first half.

The Bears also committed nine penalties for 56 yards, including two Prince Amukamara defensive holding calls on Eagles third downs in the second quarter.

 missed tackles,“There were a lot of mental errors, especially on my part,” Jackson said. “It was one of the worst games I’ve played.”

The biggest positive was the Bears defense forced three Eagles turnovers. However, they failed to capitalize on any of them.

After Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins intercepted Trubisky in the first quarter, Bears tight end Dion Sims stripped Jenkins. Tre McBride recovered the fumble to give the Bears the ball back, but the drive ended in a punt.

 and the Bears recovered. McBride committed an illegal block on the first play of the next drive,On the ensuing Eagles drive, Blount started to break free on a 35-yard carry. But Adrian Amos and Amukamara bottled him up and stripped him to force a fumble, which ended in Santos missing a 54-yard field-goal attempt.

Bears rookie Isaiah Irving recovered a fourth-quarter fumble, but that Bears drive ended when Trubisky threw an interception.

Extra point: Santos was 1-for-2 on field goals in his Bears debut after replacing kicker Connor Barth last week. His wasn’t the only blemish on the Bears’ special teams play Sunday. Pat O’Donnell had a 34-yard punt that gave the Eagles the ball at the Bears’ 44-yard line to open their first touchdown drive.

The Bears will move from their toughest game of the season to one of the most winnable when they host the 49ers on Sunday. The 49ers won their only game of the season Nov. 12 against the Giants.

“I don’t think you could focus on anything like that. If you want my personal opinion, I would love to have Foxy back for many years. He’s one of my favorite head coaches I’ve ever had. I would definitely much enjoy him being back here.” — Hicks when asked about coach John Fox’s job security.

Carson Wentz tossed three touchdown passes and the NFL-leading Philadelphia Eagles beat the Chicago Bears 31-3 Sunday for their ninth straight win.

The Eagles (10-1) reduced their magic number to clinch the NFC East to one with their fourth consecutive win by at least 23 points and third in a row by exactly 28. Philadelphia would secure its first division title since 2013 if the Cowboys (5-6) lose or tie Washington on Thursday night.

Wentz had 227 yards passing, LeGarrette Blount ran for 97 yards and Zach Ertz caught 10 passes for 103 yards and one TD.

The defense dominated rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and the inept Bears (3-8), holding them to zero first downs in the first half and 140 total yards in the game.

The Bears won the turnover battle (3-2), but couldn’t do anything with excellent field position.

Rookie Joe Mixon ran for a career-high 114 yards in the Bengals’ best offensive showing since the last time they faced Cleveland.

The result sent the Browns into December still winless for the second year in a row.

The Bengals (5-6) won back-to-back games for the second time this season. They hadn’t scored so many points since they won 31-7 at Cleveland on Oct. 1.

Mixon also had an 11-yard touchdown that put it away in the fourth quarter. The Bengals came into the game with the worst rushing offense in the NFL, making it to 100 yards only once before.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Derek Carr threw two touchdown passes after losing starting receiver Michael Crabtree to an ejection for his role in a brawl, and the Raiders spoiled Paxton Lynch’s first start of the season.

The story coming into the game was about the upheaval for the two teams after Denver (3-8) fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and made another quarterback change and Oakland (5-6) fired defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr .

But the fight between Crabtree and cornerback Aqib Talib that led to three ejections ended up overshadowing the recent disarray even as the Raiders recorded their long-awaited first interception of the season in their first game under defensive play-caller John Pagano. The Broncos lost seven games in a row for the first time in 50 years .

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Oakland guard Gabe Jackson pushed an official while trying to join in and got ejected for his actions, along with Crabtree and Talib.

The Raiders then dominated on the field after ending the longest season-opening interception drought in NFL history. With the Broncos at the 1, Lynch looked for tight end Virgil Green in the end zone. The ball bounced off Green and Raiders safety Reggie Nelson before landing in NaVorro Bowman’s arms as he was lying on the turf for Oakland’s first interception.

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Zay Jones had the touchdown reception and Stephen Hauschka kicked three field goals for the Bills (6-5), but the story was their defense — or the Chiefs’ complete lack of offense.

It was an especially gratifying win for Bills coach Sean McDermott, who spent 10-plus seasons working for Chiefs counterpart Andy Reid in Philadelphia. And it was even more so considering the heat McDermott had been under after his questionable quarterback change last week.

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Jared Goff passed for 354 yards and hit Sammy Watkins and rookie Josh Reynolds for touchdowns, and the Rams snapped the Saints’ eight-game winning streak in a meeting of NFC division leaders.

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Los Angeles turned in a gritty defensive effort against the high-scoring Saints (8-3), holding Drew Brees to 246 yards passing — just 96 in the first three quarters — and sacking him three times.

Alvin Kamara made an early 74-yard touchdown run and a late TD reception for the Saints, who finally lost for the first time since Sept. 17.

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Phil Dawson kicked a career-long 57-yard field goal with 1 second to play, snapping the Jaguars’ four-game winning streak and dropping them into a tie with Tennessee for the AFC South lead.

The 42-year-old kicker, who had uncharacteristically missed six field goals this season, also was good from 34 and 42 yards as the Cardinals (5-6) beat a team with a winning record for the first time this season.

Jacksonville (7-4) trailed most of the game, but took a 17-16 lead when ex-Cardinal Calais Campbell returned Blaine Gabbert’s fumble 10 yards for a touchdown with 12:10 to play.

Gabbert, though, brought Arizona back, heaving a 52-yard TD pass to Jaron Brown. Gabbert’s 2-point conversion pass to Larry Fitzgerald had Arizona up 24-17.

Corey Grant’s 68-yard return of the ensuing kickoff led to Blake Bortles’ second rushing touchdown of the day, from 17 yards, and it was tied at 24 with 7:26 left.

Gabbert threw two sideline completions, the second one to D.J. Foster with 6 seconds to go — Foster made a lunging tippy-toe catch that had to be reviewed — to get close enough for the winning field goal. It was a bit of redemption for Gabbert, drafted in the first round by Jacksonville in 2011 but traded away for a sixth-round pick after a disappointing stay.