September 25, 2022 in sports features an action-packed 14-game NFL Week 3 Sunday including a legendary QB showdown between Aaron Rodgers‘ Packers and Tom Brady‘s Buccaneers. Matt Stafford‘s Rams play division rival Kyler Murray‘s Cardinals, Bill Belichick‘s Patriots host John Harbaugh‘s Ravens to renew a classic rivalry, plus Josh Allen‘s Bills battle Tyreek Hill‘s Dolphins in a clash for AFC-East supremacy. MLB’s 15-game slate showcases ATL-PHI, STL-LAD, HOU-BAL, and BOS-NYY, while all 30 NBA teams prepare for camps on Tuesday.

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– September 25, 2021: Giants franchise HR record, Cardinals historic win streak, Giancarlo‘s Fenway Slam, and more!

– September 25, 2020: Boston Celtics’ ECF Game 5 victory, the Reds & Marlins both clinched playoff spots, and more!

– September 25, 2019: A near no-hitter for Greinke, Morton dominated Yanks, MIL claimed a playoff spot, and more!

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MACHINE ENTERS 700-CLUB

 

INSANE CATCH BY PICKENS

 

YANKS WALK-OFF RED SOX

 

GOLDY ENDS IT IN STYLE

 

MOOKIE WALKS IT OFF

 

ROOKIE WAS IMMACULATE

 

TOP PLAYS FROM WEEK 2

 

JOE HADEN WAS ELITE AT CB

 

PHILLIES GET A BIG WIN

 

HISTORIC NIGHT IN NYC

 

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NFL: WR Brandin Cooks, Houston Texans (turns 29)

NFL: OLB Alec Ogletree, Free Agent (31)

NFL: DE Aldon Smith, Last played in 2020 (33)

NBA: PG Chauncey Billups, Retired in 2014/Portland Trail Blazers HC (46)

NFL: QB Matt Hasselbeck, Retired in 2015 (47)

NFL: S/GM John Lynch, Hall of Fame/San Francisco 49ers GM (51)

NBA: SF Scottie Pippen, Hall of Fame (57)

NBA: C/F Bob McAdoo, Hall of Fame (71)

MLB: SS Phil Rizzuto, Hall of Fame (105)

2016: All-Star and Cy Young candidate SP Jose Fernandez tragically passed away during a boating accident with a week left of the 2016 MLB regular season at just 24 years old

2014: New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter capped off his final career game at Yankee Stadium with an iconic walk-off base hit against the Baltimore Orioles, further cementing his record as the Yankees franchise Hits leader (3,465)

2011: Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald broke Roy Green‘s record for the most career REC YDS (8,496) in franchise history en route to his 4th season of 1,400+ REC YDS. Fitzgerald finished his career with 17492 REC YDS which still stands as the franchise record today

2006: In the 1st home game in New Orleans, LA after the destructive Hurricane Katrina, the Saints forced a 3 & out and Steve Gleason blocked the 1st Punt of the game for a TD in iconic fashion that led to a win and a step toward recovery for the city

2005: With a 158-yard performance, Buccaneers RB Carnell “Cadillac” Williams became the 1st player to begin their career with 3 games of 100+ RUSH YDS in NFL history; his 454 total rushing yards through 3 games is also a rookie record

2001: 8x NBA MVP SG Michael Jordan announced that for the 2nd time in his career, he was coming out of retirement. This time, for the Washington Wizards, the team he recently became a part owner of and President of Basketball Operations for

2000: Team USA SG Vince Carter slammed arguably the most iconic dunk in Olympic history, jumping completely over 7’2″ France C Frederic Weis in a 106-94 victory; French media outlets referred to it as “le dunk de la mort” (The Dunk of Death)

1989: Boston Red Sox 3B Wade Boggs set 2 records, becoming the very 1st to record 4 consecutive 200-hit, 100-walk seasons along with 7 consecutive 200-hit seasons in MLB history

1984: New York Mets OF Rusty Staub joined Ty Cobb as the only players to hit a HR both as a teenager and as a 40-year-old

1965: Legendary HOF SP Satchel Paige became the oldest player in MLB history when he pitched 3 innings for the Kansas City Athletics at 59 years old, 12 years after his last season where he was an All-Star at 47 years old

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