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TEMPE, Ariz. — Despite a report to the contrary, Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Tuesday he has not made a decision on whether he’ll coach next season.

Arians said he’s getting “a little tired” of all the questions about what he’ll do next season after Pro Football Weekly reported he and the team will part ways after the season.

“If you want to ask me about this fake news story that has come up — I’m quoting the president now — nothing’s changed,” Arians said. “I don’t know where all that s— came from. Nothing’s changed in the last month, and everybody keeps asking the same question.”

Arians said he “never” thinks about whether he’ll retire, which is why he’s tired of being asked about it. The coach said he spends his time thinking about the game at hand — Seattle this week, for example, or the Jets last week.

“There’ll come a time and place when we decide what we’re going to do,” Arians, 65, said.

When that time will be, though, he said he doesn’t yet know.

“We’ll come back on the plane [Sunday night] and get everything finalized through the season, get all the reports like we always do, get all our end-of-the-season business done,” he said.

“[Then I'll] sit down with my wife, son and daughter and we’ll talk about it and see what we want to do. Make a decision sometime between Monday and February.”

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The Philadelphia Phillies and right-handed reliever Tommy Hunter are closing in on a deal, sources told ESPN’s Buster Olney.

News of Hunter’s pending agreement with the team was first reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer. Sources told The Athletic that Hunter’s deal is for two years and worth around $18 million.

The 31-year-old Hunter spent last season with the Tampa Bay Rays, striking out 64 in 58⅔ innings of work, all in relief.

Hunter pitched for a 2.61 ERA last season, the lowest ERA in Hunter’s 10 seasons in the majors.

ESPN incorrectly reported earlier that the Phillies were nearing a deal with free-agent reliever Addison Reed.

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Leading by nine points with less than 7 minutes left, the Ravens defense stumbled down the stretch for the second consecutive year.
On one hand, the Steelers’ offensive performance on Sunday Night Football was, as outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said, shocking.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for more than 500 yards, wide receiver Antonio Brown put up over 200 and running back Le’Veon Bell scored three touchdowns.

On the other hand, the Ravens’ 39-38 loss felt all too familiar. Just like last year in Pittsburgh on Christmas, Baltimore’s proud defense faltered down the stretch and blew a late lead. It was a case of déjà vu.
“This one hurts,” Suggs said. “We lose to them the same way we did last year. This one sucks.”

The stakes weren’t nearly as high this time. Last year, the Ravens’ loss on Brown’s “immaculate extension” with nine seconds left knocked them out of playoff contention. This year, Baltimore is still in fine postseason position with three games left.

But that fact didn’t give the Ravens much solace in the immediate postgame sting.

The Ravens defense, which has led Baltimore for much of the season, let one slip through its fingers, to an arch rival, when it had them on the ropes in their own house.

“If you told me the offense would put up 38 points, I would 100 percent say we were going to win,” safety Eric Weddle said. “It’s just tough, man. We didn’t make the plays. … This is going to sting for a while, especially the guys on defense, especially because we care so much and hold ourselves to such a high standard.”

The Steelers came out hot, scoring touchdowns on their first two drives of the game, both by Bell. Pittsburgh didn’t punt in the first half and scored 20 points.

But Baltimore’s defense flipped the script in the third quarter, forcing punts on three consecutive drives while the offense scored 17 unanswered points to take an 11-point lead.

Pittsburgh scored on every drive after that – four straight. The plays that hurt the most were a 57-yard strike to Brown over the middle on third-and-10, a 22-yard gain to Brown on the next drive and a meandering 11-yard touchdown run by Bell on third-and-1.

The Steelers’ final game-winning drive started out well for Baltimore as Suggs broke through for a sack on first down, putting Pittsburgh in a second-and-19 situation with one minute, 35 seconds left on their own 8-yard line.

Pittsburgh whittled it to third-and-5 on a couple passes to tight end Jessie James, who the Ravens struggled to clamp down on throughout the night.

Then, facing a third-and-4, Roethlisberger went to Brown with their bread-and-butter big play. Roethlisberger chucked it down the right sideline in the perfect spot over Brown’s outside shoulder for a 34-yard gain. Matched up one-on-one, cornerback Brandon Carr hardly had a chance at it.

That pretty much did it, as Steelers kicker Chris Boswell banged a 46-yarder through the uprights with 46 seconds left to win it.
“Good throw. One of the best in the game, quarterback and receiver,” Carr said. “I’ve been on an island for 10 years. Sometimes you can’t get them all.”

The Steelers have a long, storied history, which makes it even more jarring that Roethlisberger set a franchise record in completions (44) and attempts (66).

Stats aside, it’s the way that Pittsburgh came on at the end that was so painful.

The Ravens entered the game as the best fourth-quarter team in the league and harped on finishing all offseason after what happened in Heinz Field last year. It steered their offseason decisions. It was beaten into their heads in meetings.

“You can never take the gas pedal off when you play this team,” Weddle said. “We played outstanding in the third quarter, and then they just get on these runs that we can’t dig ourselves out of.”

“The simple fact that we were leading in the fourth quarter is why it sucks,” Suggs echoed. “In the fourth quarter, the defense dropped the ball tonight.”

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New York Knicks starting shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. will be out for at least two weeks because of a stress injury in his lower left leg.

Hardaway has begun a treatment and rehabilitation plan to address the ailment, which has sidelined him for the previous two games.

The Knicks say Hardaway will be re-evaluated in two weeks. The team’s medical staff has been evaluating Hardaway’s injury since Sunday, when he was ruled out of the Knicks’ game against Orlando shortly before tipoff.

Hardaway’s absence is significant for a Knicks team that has lost five of its past six games. After a slow start, Hardaway. has become a consistent scorer and playmaker for New York, averaging 17.8 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game.

The specific nature of Hardaway Jr.’s injury is unclear. He has played through ankle and foot ailments over the course of the season. The pain in his lower leg – which head coach Jeff Hornacek specified as his shin – is a more recent development. If Hardaway Jr. has a stress reaction in his shin, he could be eligible to return in two weeks. If Hardaway Jr. has a stress fracture, he may be sidelined for several weeks following the re-evaluation.

Rookie Damyean Dotson had been starting in place of Hardaway the past two games. Other potential replacements for Hardaway Jr. in the starting lineup include Courtney Lee, the Knicks’ starting small forward, or Ron Baker.

In other injury news, New York (11-12) hopes to get Kristaps Porzingis back for Wednesday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Porzingis has missed the past two games with a sprained right ankle. He is listed as questionable for the Memphis game.