11:59 PM ET Wide receiver Josh Gordon intends to play in 2020 as he works his way back from indefinite suspension, according to a source. Commissioner Roger Goodell will oversee Gordon’s reinstatement attempt, during which the player must prove he’s making steady progress away from the field. Gordon, who played for the New England Patriots
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9:17 PM ET National Basketball Players Association executive director Michele Roberts said she was “disappointed” in the criticism NBA teams and players have gotten for receiving access to COVID-19 tests and sounded off on who she believes is responsible for the scarcity of public tests in America: the federal government. “There’s nothing irresponsible — if
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9:01 PM ET Tim BontempsESPN NBA commissioner Adam Silver said in a SportsCenter interview with ESPN’s Rachel Nichols on Wednesday night that as the league attempts to navigate the coronavirus pandemic, one potential option for bringing back the sport would be some kind of charity competition — one separate from regular play — in order
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8:34 PM ET The Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings said Wednesday that no player in either organization has showed signs of having the coronavirus. Their announcements, in separate statements, came after an unnamed Senators players tested positive for the virus. The Ducks and Kings were Ottawa’s last two opponents before the NHL season was
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6:54 PM ET As colleges around the country continue to plot their coronavirus strategies, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey reiterated Wednesday that though spring football games are canceled, spring practice is not. Although Sankey is not overly optimistic that spring practice can be rescued from postponement by the SEC’s self-imposed April 16 reevaluation date, it has
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5:35 PM ET The Boston Bruins signed prospects Jeremy Swayman, a goaltender, and Nick Wolff, a defenseman, to entry-level contracts as teams around the NHL continue to monitor the college free-agent field. Wolff was one of those, having just completed his senior season at the University of Minnesota Duluth. His one-year contract was announced by
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5:06 PM ET American Kickboxing Academy, one of the premier MMA gyms in the country located in San Jose, California, is closed indefinitely for about 22 hours per day. During those other two hours, UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has been training with a skeleton crew of sparring partners and coaches. “Just Khabib,” AKA head
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In the days since the coronavirus pandemic brought America to a standstill, a pastoral sporting scene in Southern California has offered an idyllic atmosphere to overtake apocalyptic thoughts, if only for a moment. “It’s like being at a mountain lake,” veterinarian Jeff Blea said. “Peaceful, serene, holistic. Horses and riders in a beautiful setting, with
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3:37 PM ET The ATP and WTA have jointly announced Wednesday that the suspension of play on both tours has been extended to June 7, a decision that eliminates the entire clay-court swing through Europe. The decision also applies to the ATP Challenger Tour and ITF World Tennis Tour. In addition, the ATP and WTA
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2:46 PM ET Associated Press CINCINNATI — An employee who works year-round at the Reds‘ spring training complex in Goodyear, Arizona, has tested positive for the coronavirus, but no Cincinnati players have been diagnosed with the illness. The employee was in contact with Reds staff and players from Feb. 29 to March 14 and is
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