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  • NFL's first virus outbreak is a jarring reminder
    The Titans closed their facility Tuesday after eight positive COVID-19 tests, proving once again that hubris and profits don't matter to a pandemic. More

  • 49ers coach Katie Sowers' sister accuses team of disrespect with plane seat
    Issues regarding seating on the 49ers team plane has the NFL's first female assistant coach at the center of controversy. More

  • Bill Belichick exposed Derek Carr’s weakness with a hilarious defensive strategy
    Belichick takes away what an offense does best. With Carr, that made for a funny schematic wrinkle. More

  • Donovan McNabb calls out Cowboys' Jerry Jones for strange Dak Prescott comments
    Jerry Jones is nothing if not unpredictable, and his comments Tuesday about his QB turned some heads. By Adam Hermann More

  • College football coach quits, leaves ‘All Lives Matter to ... Jesus Christ’ sign on door
    A college football coach resigned after putting a sign on his office door that said, “All Lives Matter to Our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ,” according to the Pantagraph. More

  • Paulo Costa disapproves of Israel Adesanya’s post-fight celebration: ‘Human trash’
    "I saw his disgusting action after fight and I will not stop until I have my revenge." More

  • Sam Darnold's future is in doubt. It never should have come to this
    The most maddening, frustrating and annoying part of Sam Darnold's development is that we might never find out he could be as long as he's shackled by this organization. Darnold's three-interception nightmare is on the marquee of the Jets' latest stinker Sunday, but the root of the problem must be addressed. Although the third-year quarterback obviously isn't blameless in Gang Green's ... More

  • Shaquille O'Neal's incredible Finals streak continues in 2020
    Shaq has had a teammate play in the NBA Finals for each of the past 36 years. More

  • Mladenovic collapses again but blames umpire, Djokovic wins
    Kristina Mladenovic's first match since her nightmarish end to the U.S. Open produced another collapse and a controversial umpire's call at the French Open on Tuesday. The French player lost to Laura Siegemund of Germany 7-5, 6-3 after serving for the first set at 5-1. Mladenovic was furious with chair umpire Eva Asderaki for not spotting a double bounce on set point. More

  • LaMelo Ball says father, LaVar, doesn't speak for him on fit with Warriors
    LaVar Ball has opinions on which teams son LaMelo fits best with. LaMelo says his dad doesn't speak for him. More

  • The NBA has found its ‘Great White Hope’ — but it’s 6 months too late
    OPINION: The National Basketball Association is still a Black man’s league, and after this summer’s activism, it’s never going back. During an ESPN interview in 2004, interviewer Jim Gray asked Larry Bird, arguably the best White player in NBA history, if the league needed more White players. Bird wasn’t saying anything that 99% of NBA ownership and then NBA commissioner David Stern hadn’t been saying under their breath for years. More

  • Chris Long gives intriguing critique of Eagles' roster construction, 2020 failures
    The Eagles' troubles reach beyond three bad games - and could spell trouble for the future. By Adam Hermann More

  • Mladenovic pins French meltdown on US Open lockdown, no-call
    Kristina Mladenovic blamed her French Open meltdown on her U.S. Open lockdown - and she wasn't too pleased about a no-call on a double bounce that helped her opponent avoid ceding the first set Wednesday, either. France's Mladenovic lost 7-5, 6-3 in the first round at Roland Garros to Laura Siegemund, blowing a 5-1 lead in the opening set after holding a set point that she thought she converted with a drop shot. Mladenovic was furious that chair umpire Eva Asderaki didn't spot the extra bounce that came during a 10-stroke exchange. More

  • The Cowboys have a Trysten Hill problem, and they need to fix it
    Against the Seahawks, Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill showed a disturbing ability to injure. More

  • Joe Burrow rewrote a portion of the history books over first 3 NFL games
    Cincinnati Bengals QB Joe Burrow broke a record after three starts. More

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