Chiefs beat Bucs in Super Bowl rematch

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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Patrick Mahomes threw for 249 yards and three touchdowns, including an electrifying jump pass to Clyde Edwards-Helaire, to lead the Kansas City Chiefs to a 41-31 victory over Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday night.

Playing in a packed stadium only four days after Hurricane Ian ravaged portions of Florida, Mahomes had TD throws of 16 yards to Travis Kelce, 1 yard to Edwards-Helaire and 10 yards to Jody Fortson while making NFL history by reaching 20,000 yards passing faster than anyone else.

Edwards-Helaire and tight end Noah Gray rushed for TDs for the Chiefs (3-1), who won the first meeting between Mahomes and Brady since Tampa Bay's 31-9 rout of Kansas City in the Super Bowl - also played at Raymond James Stadium - two seasons ago.

Badgers fire Chryst; Leonhard takes over

Wisconsin fired head coach Paul Chryst on Sunday after a 2-3 start to his eighth season leading the school where he played, in the city where he grew up.

The surprising move comes a day after Wisconsin lost at home 34-10 to Illinois and former Badgers coach Bret Bielema. (MORE)

Braves sweep Mets, on cusp of East title

ATLANTA (AP) Matt Olson knew the Atlanta Braves were too talented to stay in a season-long slump.

That's why no one panicked when the New York Mets' division lead swelled to double digits in May. Now the Braves are on the cusp of another NL East title. (MORE)

Packers get past Patriots, Zappe in OT

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Aaron Rodgers rebounded from a dreadful start and helped the Green Bay Packers spoil Bailey Zappe's unexpected NFL debut with the New England Patriots.

Rodgers threw two second-half touchdown passes and led an overtime drive that resulted in Mason Crosby's 31-yard field goal as time expired, lifting the Packers to a 27-24 victory on Sunday. (MORE)

Heat give Herro 4-year, $130M extension

MIAMI (AP) Tyler Herro's future is secure, and the Miami Heat have him locked up for five years.

Herro signed a four-year contract extension with the Heat on Sunday. A person with knowledge of the details said the deal could be worth as much as $130 million - less than the maximum that Herro could have gotten, but a significant commitment from Miami nonetheless. (MORE)

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