Take a look back at the weekend in sports with analysis from SiriusXM’s sports team and interviews with national sports stars.

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan made headlines for the wrong reason Saturday when quarterback Mark Sanchez was injured in the fourth quarter of a preseason game against the New York Giants. Tight end Kellen Winslow said he understood Ryan’s decision to play Sanchez, but former NFL head coach Dan Reeves criticized Ryan’s decision to insert his quarterback late in a preseason game in interviews with SiriusXM NFL Radio.

Anderson Silva spoke with SiriusXM Fight  Club about Lyoto Machida moving to the 185-lb. weight class. Silva reiterated that he would not fight a fellow Brazilian in a match.

ESPN injury analyst Stephania Bell didn’t sound concerned about Houston Texans running back Arian Foster’s injury woes. Bell told SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio that she still feels like Foster shouldn’t be taken any later than third in fantasy football drafts.

SiriusXM NASCAR Radio caught up with Matt Kenseth following his Sprint Cup Series win in the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Adam Scott joined SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio to recap his come-from-behind win at The Barclays.

Free agent Todd Heap broke down the top tight ends in the NFL. He spoke with SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio about New Orleans Saints star Jimmy Graham, as well as Antonio Gates and Rob Gronkowski.

MLB Network Radio compiled a spoof of Ryan Braun’s PED apology. The SiriusXM team pulled together children, robots and others to read the text apology, which was released Thursday by the Milwaukee Brewers.

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