Thursday, January 21, 2021
www.espn.com By Paul Gutierrez   Raiders running back Josh Jacobs, who was involved in a single-car crash last week, will not face DUI charges. "After an extensive review of the evidence, the Clark County District Attorney's office filed a complaint this morning only charging Josh...
www.cnn.com By Kevin Dotson   New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has announced that he is declining the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he was scheduled to receive from President Donald Trump on Thursday. Belichick cited the "tragic events of last week" as leading...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Tyler Lockett ended his 2020 season with the Seattle Seahawks as the most productive in his six (6) years in the National Football League.  In his last game against the San Francisco 49ers, Lockett had twelve...
www.newsone.com   “When you look at Ebony, you look at the history not just for Black people, but of the United States,” said Bridgeman.   A retired NBA player is stepping up to save an iconic publication that is embedded in the fabric...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   Oklahoma’s last known Negro Baseball League player Eugene Golden was laid to rest today in Weleetka, Oklahoma.  Eugene Golden, was born in 1925 Clearview, Oklahoma to Ashford T. Golden and Julia A. (Roberson) Golden. At age...
www.nbcnews.com By David K. Li About 3,400 players were part of these seven leagues that existed from 1920 to 1948. Major League Baseball on Wednesday announced that records of Negro Leagues players will be included in the game's official statistics, in a "long overdue recognition." Before...
www.thesource.com By  SHA BE ALLAH   A little more than a week after the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. exhibition fight, former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield went on TMZ and announced the “imminent” rematch between him and Tyson in 2021. When asked if he...
News One  By Bruce C.T. Wright   Gregg Marshall's voluntary resignation from Wichita State University stood in contrast to coaches who have been fired for less.   A college basketball coach accused of physically and mentally abusing his players and staff as well as making...
www.people.com By Maria Pasquini   Karl-Anthony Towns previously said in April that his mother Jacqueline had died following a weeks-long battle with COVID-19   As he prepares to step onto the court again, Karl-Anthony Towns is reflecting on the personal losses he’s endured this year. The Minnesota Timberwolves...
www.newsbreak.com By NBC Sports   The NBA purposefully made social justice central to its restart at Disney World. The league put social-justice messages on jerseys, allowed players to kneel during the national anthem despite a longstanding rule requiring them to stand and – perhaps most controversially – put...
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