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The Washington Redskins’ final two 2018 opponents added to their schedule include one team with a top quarterback coming off an injury and another team that might have a new coach.

Every team has 14 games already locked in place and only two are based on where a team finishes. The Redskins’ final two spots included the common place finisher in the NFC West and the NFC North.

Therefore, the Redskins will play at Arizona and host Green Bay. The latter is a tricky opponent because the Packers likely would not have finished third had Aaron Rodgers not missed nine games because of an injury. Otherwise, Washington would have hosted Detroit, who may or may not be playing for a new coach. The Packers and Lions play in the season finale and could actually end up tied. But Detroit won the first meeting and owns the better division record and would therefore finish second regardless of the outcome.

As for Arizona, the Cardinals also might have a new coach. Even if Bruce Arians returns, Arizona might need a new quarterback. Carson Palmer turns 38 on Wednesday and will be coming off an injury. So there are questions about the direction of the organization. It’s best that Washington faces Arizona rather than the other three teams in the NFC West. The 49ers, with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, are a hot team and could be much improved in 2018. But they’ll end up in last place this season.

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The Redskins’ other 2018 home opponents: Dallas, Philadelphia, New York Giants, Carolina, Indianapolis, Atlanta and Houston.

Their other road opponents: Dallas, Philadelphia, New York Giants, New Orleans, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Tampa Bay.

As of right now, the Redskins’ 2018 opponents have a combined record of 120-120. Five have four wins or less; five have 10 wins or more. But the true strength of schedule comes as the games unfold and not months before the season begins.

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The Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a three-year, $60 million deal with free agent first baseman Carlos Santana, according to multiple reports.

The deal was first reported Friday by FanRag Sports.

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Santana became the first to reach a deal among the nine free agents who last month rejected $17.4 million qualifying offers from their former teams.

Santana has played his entire big league career with the Cleveland Indians, who acquired him in a 2009 trade from the Los Angeles Dodgers. The 31-year-old Santana has developed into a consistent run producer, and after catching and playing third base, he has become one of the league’s best fielding first basemen. He was a Gold Glove finalist this year.

The switch-hitting Santana batted .259 with 23 homers and 79 RBIs last season for the AL Central champion Indians. He has a career .249 average with 174 home runs in eight seasons for Cleveland.

Santana will join a rebuilding Phillies lineup that also includes slugger Rhys Hoskins, outfielders Aaron Altherr, Nick Williams and Odubel Herrera, and third baseman Maikel Franco.

Nearly 150 of Santana’s 571 at-bats last season came in the leadoff spot, and with a career on-base percentage of .365, he can help provide RBI opportunities for Philadelphia’s other top hitters in the middle of the order.

Santana’s departure is a big loss for Cleveland, which led the AL with 102 wins during the regular season but lost to the New York Yankees in a Division Series.

Santana has a .213 average with four homers and eight RBI in 21 career postseason games.

The addition of Santana would be the second major deal completed Friday by the Phillies, who also traded shortstop Freddy Galvis to the San Diego Padres in a move that likely opens the shortstop job for top prospect J.P. Crawford.

Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Intro: Each week, Colts.com will take a look at a significant play from the previous week’s contest. This week’s installment examines safety Matthias Farley’s interception against the Buffalo Bills late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s Week 14 game at New Era Field.
INDIANAPOLIS — This week’s film breakdown looks at Indianapolis Colts safety Matthias Farley’s big interception late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s eventual 13-7 overtime loss to the Buffalo Bills in a driving snowstorm at New Era Field.

Here’s the All-22 of the play:

PRE SNAP
After Adam Vinatieri connected on perhaps one of the more improbable extra-point kicks in recent NFL memory to tie the game at 7 apiece — a 43-yarder, assessed after a offensive pass interference call on a two-point try that would’ve given the Indianapolis Colts the late lead, in the driving snow with crazy, swirling winds — the Buffalo Bills took the field for one final drive with just 1:16 remaining, hoping for one more last-ditch effort to get down the field and put some points up before overtime. The Colts offense had just finished up an astounding 19-play, 77-yard drive that took an incredible 9:53 off the game clock, so it had been quite a while — the 11:18 mark of the fourth quarter — since the Bills’ offense had been on the field. Buffalo was already without both its starting quarterback, Tyrod Taylor (who was inactive with a knee injury), and its backup, rookie Nathan Peterman, who suffered a concussion midway through the third quarter of Sunday’s game and would not return. So tasked with leading the offense the rest of the way was third-stringer Joe Webb, who came into the game with one passing yard to his credit in the NFL since 2011.

So on 1st and 10 from their own 25 of the ensuing drive, Webb attempted to find his big target, Kelvin Benjamin — who had caught a couple big passes, including the team’s lone touchdown, in the first half — 20 yards down the field at the 45, but rookie cornerback Quincy Wilson, who simply locked Benjamin down in the second half, was there to break it up near the sideline. So here we are: it’s 2nd and 10 from the Buffalo 25-yard line; 1:01 remains in the fourth quarter of this crazy game.

The Bills come out in the shotgun formation with a three-receiver set, with twins to the left and a single receiver to the right, while they set up a tight end, Charles Clay, in a three-point stance next to left tackle Dion Dawkins. With just one time out remaining and a whole lot of field ahead of the Buffalo offense, the Colts probably aren’t expecting a run play here, despite the conditions as well as the success to that point by running back LeSean McCoy. who is lined up to the right of Webb. The Indy defense comes out in its nickel package featuring five defensive backs; one safety, Matthias Farley, is playing up alongside the inside linebackers to cover the tight end, Clay, while the Colts utilize a single-high safety, T.J. Green, to ensure nothing gets by over the top.

THE COVERAGE

On the snap, the Colts rush just four and depend on the man coverage on the back end to hold up, with inside linebacker Antonio Morrison acting as a spy on Webb to ensure he can’t escape and get a big chunk of yardage. The Bills run vertical routes on the left side to clear out some space, with double-crossing routes across the middle, as wide receiver Andre Holmes cuts across to the left five-yards away and Clay breaks out of his stance to cut across to the right at the first-down marker.

As it turned out, the Colts’ pass rush is on the money this play. First, outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard initially steps to his right, but then jets to his left and wins a quick hands battle to easily get by right tackle Jordan Mills. Nose tackle Al Woods, meanwhile, bullrushes his way into Webb’s face, putting his hand up to obscure the quarterback’s vision to his right. Defensive end Margus Hunt, meanwhile, gets a solid rush against Dawkins. All of these factors force Webb to slide up into the pocket, where he sees what he believes is a wide open Clay to the right side of the field 10 yards away.

THE PICK

One of the more fascinating aspects of this play when you get a chance to look at it from the high sideline angle is the fact Farley is actually able to use the cleared spot on the field from Vinatieri’s improbable extra-point attempt to gain a little better traction to get a jump in his coverage on Clay. Had he not had a clearing, Farley very well could’ve slipped and allowed Webb to get the ball to his tight end with a ton of room to go before he would’ve been met by Green at the 45 or 50. Also, Clay is momentarily open on the play, but because Woods put his hand in Webb’s face and he was forced to move up in the pocket to evade the rush, Farley was given enough time to catch up in coverage.

Moving forward with some not-so-great footing, Webb short-arms a wobbly pass attempt towards his tight end, and Farley is right in his tracks. All he has to do is work his way around Cobb and make a relatively easy catch, even considering the conditions — and now the fun part really begins. With the ball in his possession, Farley begins trekking through inches of snow looking for an opening, and is eventually pushed out of bounds at the Buffalo 28-yard line.

The play allowed the Colts to set up a game-winning field goal attempt, again from 43 yards out, but it would go wide left to send the game into overtime, where the Bills would get a late McCoy touchdown to escape with a 13-7 win.

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New York Knicks owner James Dolan and Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry have been named as defendants in a civil suit filed against movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
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The suit alleges that Dolan and Lasry — among other Weinstein associates — knew of the movie producer’s “pattern and practice of predatory sexual conduct toward women” because of their relationship with him.

Dolan, who is chairman of Madison Square Garden and also owns the New York Rangers, was a member of the Weinstein Company’s Board of Directors from mid 2015 to June 2016, according to the suit. Lasry was a member of the Weinstein Company’s Board of Directors from mid-2016 to October 2017, according to the suit, which was filed on Wednesday at Manhattan Federal Court.

The suit was filed by six women who allege that they were assaulted by Weinstein, who has been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault in recent months, according to media reports. The plaintiffs listed in the current suit are seeking a jury trial and a class action status.

“Defendants’ conduct has caused widespread damage, including personal injury, emotional distress, and damage to the careers of plaintiffs and the class, for which Defendants must be held responsible,” the suit says.

A spokesperson for Dolan told ESPN: “We just received the complaint and are currently reviewing. We will not have a comment until that is complete. We can state that Mr. Dolan is confident that he acted appropriately in all matters relating to his time on the Weinstein board.” A spokesperson for Lasry declined comment.

Also named as defendants are Mirimax, which is Harvey Weinstein’s former company, and current and former board members of the Weinstein Company, which include Dolan and Lasry.

Dolan left The Weinstein Company Board of Directors in June 2016, citing his day to day business responsibilities and personal commitments as reasons for his decision to step down. He was replaced by Lasry, who left the board in October in the wake of allegations of sexual harassment against Weinstein, according to the New York Times.

In 2007, Dolan and Madison Square Garden were tagged with $11.6 million in punitive damages when a former executive with the Knicks sued over sexual harassment.