Berry very good...Leaving so soon?...Bulls' Carter out at least 8 weeks...Lefty still leads

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UNDATED (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry is sounding confident that he will be on the field for tomorrow's AFC Championship Game against New England at Arrowhead Stadium. Berry has been a full participant in practice this week after dealing with a bothersome heel. He needs the OK from coach Andy Reid to take the field on Sunday night. The three-time All-Pro began to experience a mysterious heel injury during training camp and didn't play until Week 15 against the Chargers.

NEW YORK (AP) — A record 135 college football players are bypassing their remaining years of eligibility to enter the NFL draft. The list released by the NFL today includes 103 underclassmen eligible for the April 25-27 draft, and another 32 who have graduated but still have college eligibility. Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins made their intentions known ahead of Monday's NFL deadline.

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Bulls expect rookie center Wendell Carter Jr. to miss eight to 12 weeks because of a left thumb injury suffered in Tuesday's blowout loss to the Lakers. The injury was initially diagnosed as a sprain, but more tests and a follow-up examination revealed it was more serious and potentially season-ending. The seventh player taken in last year's NBA draft is averaging 10.3 points and seven rebounds a game this season.

LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) — Phil Mickelson followed Thursday's 12-under 60 with a 68 to take a two-stroke lead into the third round of the Desert Classic, his first PGA event of the year. A day after matching his career-low score, the 48-year-old Mickelson moved to 16 under with birdies on four of his final five holes. Curtis Luck is alone in second following a 66, while Adam Hadwin and Steve Marino are 13 under.

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — The University of Connecticut has announced self-imposed penalties that include the loss of a scholarship for the 2019-20 season due to violations of NCAA rules under former basketball coach Kevin Ollie. The school said it also will restrict its recruiting by limiting official and unofficial visits and cutting the number of recruiting days this year from 130 to 126. The school also plans to pay a $5,000 fine among penalties it hopes will avoid further sanctions from the NCAA.

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