Tuesday, July 14, 2020
www.bleacherreport.com By ADAM WELLS Mark Geragos, the attorney for Colin Kaepernick, said Tuesday he expects the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback to be signed within 10 days. During an appearance on The Adam Carolla Show, Geragos had this response when asked to give a prediction...
www.theplayerstribune.com BY CHRIS HARRIS JR. / CONTRIBUTOR     At least 80% of interceptions start in bed. Or in a recliner. I’m serious. Monday through Friday, all I do is watch film on receivers. On Monday nights, I watch our upcoming opponents’ last three games....
www.bleacherreport.com By TIM DANIELS     Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green called comments made by Houston Texans owner Bob McNair "Donald Sterling-esque," referencing the former Los Angeles Clippers owner who was banned for life by the NBA for racist remarks. On Friday, Seth Wickersham and...
www.espn.com By David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer     Wednesday was most definitely was not just another night at the old ballyard. The festivities of Game 2 of the World Series started with Vin Scully invitingFernando Valenzuela to throw out the first pitch and ended...
www.yurview.com     This week’s GameTime schedule is make or break for teams fighting for district titles and playoff berths.  There a total of 7 games this week including a playoff game in Nebraska, district showdowns in Arizona and Oklahoma and a...
www.theplayerstribune.com BY CARLOS CORREA SHORTSTOP / HOUSTON ASTROS   Lots of people say the key to our success this year has been all the veteran leadership we’re getting. I also hear people talk a lot about the confidence we gained from a great start...
www.yahoosports.com By Kurt Helin NBC Sports https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOeO-GbRF3M   It’s one of the most debated questions around the NBA heading into the season: What team has the best shot at knocking off the Warriors? Let’s be honest, “knocking off the Warriors” involves Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, or maybe Draymond...
www.foxnews.com By Brian Flood, Fox News     The ESPN anchor who called President Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter last month is now calling for a boycott of advertisers aligned with "America's Team." Jemele Hill, host of "SC6," called on fans to take indirect...
www.fieldgulls.com By Kenneth Arthur@KennethArthuRS     With so much talk surrounding what NFL players are or aren’t actively doing in the community right now, it seems like a great time to highlight the fact that many of them are in fact quite charitable. We know about...
www.tulsaworld.com By Bill Haisten OKLAHOMA CITY — As a 10-year-old during the summer of 2008, Terrance Ferguson was part of a group that was given a tour of the then-brand-new BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. As the building enters its 10th year...
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