After a week filled with off-the-field controversies, the NFL focused on football on Sunday. Upsets, injuries and amazing comebacks became the biggest storylines of Week 2. Here's a recap of this week's action:
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child by a Montgomery County, Texas grand jury. The case stems from an incident where Peterson used a switch to discipline the child involved.
We've seen graphic injuries in hockey and football, and now we know that baseball players are subject to horrific injuries as well. Here is the footage of slugger Giancarlo Stanton as he gets hit in the face by a fastball from Mike Fiers of the Milwaukee Brewers.
For months now Bills fans have been worried that their beloved team would relocate after the passing of team founder Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Over Jon Bon Jovi and Donald Trump, Mr. Terry Pegula and his wife have emerged as the victor amongst the bidders. It's official now, the Buffalo Sabres' owner is also the owner of The Buffalo Bills. Do The Bills have a chance this squishing the fish weekend?
Sunday September 28th is the 40th anniversary of Utica's Falling Leaves Road Race. Sponsored by the Utica Roadrunners, this race is a great way to gear up for fall running while enjoying the changing colors of fall here in Central New York.
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