Bengals rookie Jonah Williams likely out for next season after surgery

Bengals rookie offensive tackle Jonah Williams is expected to miss the season after surgery for a torn labrum in his left shoulder.

The team said in a statement that Williams is expected to make a full recovery. He was injured at a practice earlier this month.

The Bengals drafted Williams at No. 11 overall in April, looking to upgrade an offensive line that has been a longstanding problem. They also took guard Michael Jordan in the fourth round and drafted center Billy Price in the first round last year. Cordy Glenn, last year’s left tackle, is expected to return to his former spot.

“We look forward to Jonah being a major contributor in the future, and know that he won’t let this injury deter him from still being an important part of this team,” coach Zac Taylor said in a statement.

Track and field: Track and field’s governing body says it met a Swiss supreme court deadline to explain why rules limiting female runners’ testosterone levels should be re-imposed during Caster Semenya’s appeal.

The IAAF had until Tuesday to respond to a federal judge’s grant of a special interim order this month that suspended the rules.

The judge must now decide whether two-time Olympic champion Semenya can continue competing over 800 meters without taking testosterone-suppressing medication pending the full appeal.

That final hearing with a panel of judges will likely take several months, but the next ruling from the single judge could come within days.

The South African is on track to defend her world title in September in Doha, Qatar.

Tennis: Andy Murray has lost in men’s doubles for the first time since returning from hip surgery he underwent in January.

Murray, 32, and his Brazilian partner Marcelo Melo were defeated 6-2, 6-4 in the first round at Eastbourne, England, by top-seeded Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah.

Murray, who struggled on serve, won the doubles title with Feliciano Lopez at the Queen’s Club in London on Sunday.

Murray, 32, will partner with Pierre-Hugues Herbert in doubles at Wimbledon.

College softball: Former UC Davis and Pacific assistant coach Gina Carbonatto was named Santa Clara’s head coach, replacing Lisa Dodd, who resigned after two seasons to pursue opportunities outside of coaching.

WNBA: Liz Cambage had 14 points and 13 rebounds, and the host Las Vegas Aces used a closing 7-1 run to beat the short-handed Seattle Storm 60-56.

• Odyssey Sims scored 25 points, including two free throws with 29.1 seconds left, and the Minnesota Lynx held off the host Indiana Fever 78-74 despite blowing a 22-point lead.

Golf: Sean Yu, a rising senior at San Jose State, shot 134 over 36 holes in stroke play at the State Amateur at Monterey Peninsula Golf Club. Rounds of 68 and 66 made him the top seed among 32 golfers entering match play today.

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