Fears Kansas City Chiefs' Eric Berry may have contracted Lymphoma

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We start with sad news emanating out of Kansas City today with reports revealing that Chiefs safety Eric Berry has been placed on the non-football illness list after doctors discovered a mass in his chest.

Berry is set to undergo further testing over the coming days in a bid for to diagnose the issue but Chiefs officials fear that the three-time Pro Bowler may have lymphoma.

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Support for Berry has been quick to arrive from all corners of the nation with several high profile sporting figures sending messages to the player via social media.

Elsewhere in the NFL there were defeats for the New Orleans Saints and New York Jets on Monday night with the latter failing to score a single point in the final three quarters of their 38-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills.


Across to the NBA and the Cleveland Cavaliers got back to winning ways against the Orlando Magic.

LeBron James finished with a game high 29 points as the Cavs cruised to a 106-74 win, improving their record to 6-7.

There were also wins for the Clippers, Trail Blazers, Rockets, Bulls, Raptors and Pacers in a busy Monday night of NBA action.


And finally the Boston Red Sox have reportedly agreed a four-year deal with veteran shortstop Hanley Ramirez worth $88 million dollars.

Ramirez most recently turned out for the Los Angeles Dodgers but rejected a $15.3 million qualifying offer from the LA ball club earlier this month in order to pursue free agency.

He turns 31 this December. 

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