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Report: New York judge rules MLB’s 2017 letter to Yankees should be unsealed

A letter from MLB commissioner Rob Manfred to the New York Yankees addressing a 2017 investigation of the team should be unsealed, a New York judge ruled on Friday, according to a report from The Athletic.nike nfl jerseys for cheap The Yankees are likely to make an emergency appeal before the letter is to be […]

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Austin Rivers: NBA players can use money from season to support Black Lives Matter

The debate about whether the NBA season resuming would benefit or distract from the Black Lives Matter movement continued Saturday as players weighed in on social media. Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers made the case on Instagram that NBA players earning their salaries would be able to financially aid the cause while continuing to devote […]

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NBA to test players and staff for coronavirus every other day before going to Orlando

The NBA informed teams in a memo Saturday that coronavirus testing for players and staff taking part in the league’s restart will begin June 23 and take place every other day. The memo, which was obtained by ESPN, says players and “essential team staff” — any coaches, trainers or medical personnel who will be working […]

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Robert Mathis to become 17th member of Colts’ Ring of Honor

The Indianapolis Colts will add career sack leader Robert Mathis to their Ring of Honor this year. The team announced Monday that the induction ceremony will take place Nov. 22 when the Colts host the Green Bay Packers. Mathis played his entire 14-season NFL career in Indianapolis and was best known for his chop to […]

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Can the Titans replicate their 2019 offensive success?

A lot of things went right after quarterback Ryan Tannehill took over for Marcus Mariota as the starter in Week 7 of the 2019 season. Despite a slow start, the Tennessee Titans offense finished with its highest points-per-game average (25.1 PPG) in the past five years. The challenge in 2020: Can the Titans’ offense pick […]

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Titans’ Ryan Tannehill: ‘People are waking up’ to injustice

Like many other professional athletes, Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill has taken to social media to show that he’s taking a stand against police brutality and social injustice. The death of George Floyd has left a different impact. “This push was the straw that broke the camel’s back, it finally got to the point where […]

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49ers’ Richard Sherman says current protests over racism may lead to meaningful change

As various protests of systemic racism have taken hold of the country since George Floyd’s death on May 25, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman believes this time they could lead to more meaningful change. “In the time since I’ve been around and I’ve been alive, I don’t remember it being this strong of an […]

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Man United’s Rojo wanted by Boca Juniors – sources

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo is wanted by Boca Juniors this summer, sources have told ESPN. Rojo joined Estudiantes on loan in January but only made one appearance before the coronavirus pandemic struck. His contract at Old Trafford runs until 2021, although United hold an option to extend the deal for a further 12 months. […]

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Man City announce ‘best-ever’ coach Lillo as Guardiola’s No. 2

Manchester City have announced Juan Manuel Lillo’s appointment as Pep Guardiola’s assistant. The Spaniard, 54, replaces Mikel Arteta, who left the Etihad Stadium to become Arsenal manager in December. Lillo arrives from Chinese side Qingdao Huanghai having coached Guardiola during a spell in Mexico with Dorados Sinaloa in 2006. Guadiola once called him the “best […]

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NBA discussing how to replace players due to injury, coronavirus, sources say

The NBA is working on the mechanisms that will be used to replace participants in this season’s resumption in the event of positive coronavirus tests or serious injuries in the Orlando bubble environment. Sources told ESPN that the league and teams are already discussing how teams will be able to utilize players on two-way contracts, […]