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Simona Halep Tries to Heal Before the WTA Final

By JOHN CLARKE

She won the French Open, she’s ranked No. 1, but a herniated disk has intruded. She discusses the injury and her mental approach to the game.

Seahawks’ Earl Thomas Breaks Leg Amid Contract Negotiations

By KEN BELSON

Thomas, a nine-year veteran, had been holding out earlier this season out of a fear of getting injured before securing a new long-term deal. His $8.5 million salary this season is only partially guaranteed.

Julius Whittier Dies at 68; Broke a Race Barrier in Football

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

He was the first black football letterman at the University of Texas. His family later sued the N.C.A.A. on behalf of players who suffered brain injuries.

On Pro Basketball: Kristaps Porzingis Isn’t Saying No to Rehab

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

The Knicks star has been out injured for months, but he vows to be patient — the key word for New York basketball as a new N.B.A. season begins.

San Francisco’s Jimmy Garoppolo Out for Season With Torn A.C.L.

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Garoppolo is in his first full season as a starter for the 49ers, who have no third-string quarterback. Could this open the door for the return of Colin Kaepernick?

The Checkup: For Kids With Concussions, Less Time Alone in a Dark Room

By PERRI KLASS, M.D.

The C.D.C.’s first guidelines to focus on children’s head injuries steer doctors away from CT scans and prolonged isolation.

The Checkup: For Kids With Concussions, Less Time Alone in a Dark Room

By PERRI KLASS, M.D.

The C.D.C.’s first guidelines to focus on children’s head injuries steer doctors away from CT scans and prolonged isolation.

Henrik Zetterberg Ends Career Because of Back Injury

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

In his 15-season career, the 37-year-old helped the Red Wings hoist the 2008 Stanley Cup and won the Conn Smythe Trophy.

When Aaron Judge Returns, Yankees Will Have an Outfield Puzzle

By PAT BORZI

With Judge expected to return from injury before the end of the season, one of three current everyday outfielders will have to head to the bench.

Mets’ David Wright to Return, and Then Retire

By JAMES WAGNER

The team’s captain and longest-tenured player has been hobbled by injuries for more than two years and will play a last game at home on Sept. 29.

David Wright Is Getting Better. But Will the Mets Allow His Return?

By JAMES WAGNER

A beloved player is rallying to return. But could insurance coverage for his salary while he is on the disabled list lead the franchise to keep him out?

On Baseball: The Shohei Ohtani Hype Was Real, and So Were the Injury Fears

By TYLER KEPNER

Ohtani is headed for Tommy John surgery, clouding his future as a two-way star in the major leagues.

Aaron Judge Is Learning How a Tiny Bone Can Derail a Season

By BILLY WITZ

Judge is finding out what many hitters have discovered about hand and wrist injuries: They often take far longer than anticipated to heal.

Kaboom! Cody! Rudi! Young Flippers Embrace Gtramp, a New Sport for the Instagram Set

By JUDI KETTELER

The trampoline offshoot blends the countercultural aspect of skateboarding with the raw daring of parkour and freestyle snowboarding, all of it fueled by social media.

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