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  • Fewer than 20 percent of all draft picks have signed

    Yahoo! Sports "The signing of draft picks to contracts is happening, but not nearly as quickly as it has in recent years. Through Friday, only 48 of 255 draft selections had signed, a rate of 18.82 percent. Two first-round picks have signed: Dolphins quarterback Tua..." May 26

  • Troy Aikman shares thoughts on Dak Prescott’s contract situation

    Larry Brown Sports "Troy Aikman has made his opinion on Dak Prescott very clear in the past, and the Dallas Cowboys legend reiterated his stance during a radio interview on Monday. Aikman spoke with Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan about Prescott’s contract situation, and the three-time Super Bowl..." May 25

  • Browns’ Nick Chubb’s weightlifting routine is insane

    Clutch Points "In just his second season atop the highest level in 2019, Cleveland Browns running back Nick Chubb almost led the entire league in rushing yards. After an impressive rookie campaign a few years back, Chubb then proved that he is a serious force and could soon become one of the top..." May 25

  • Rams' Taylor Rapp burns an absurd 10,000 calories in a single day

    Sporting News "Taylor Rapp isn't using social distancing guidelines as an excuse to shirk his workout regimen. The Rams' second-year safety on Sunday shared on Twitter that he had completed something called the 10K calorie challenge, during which you apparently burn 10,000 calories in a..." May 25

  • Dwyane Wade offers advice to Tua Tagovailoa about becoming a star in Miami

    Saturday Down South "It has been a long time since the Miami Dolphins have been an NFL powerhouse. But, after taking Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, there is excitement building. Can Tua take Miami by storm and lead the team back to the most recent glory days,..." May 25

  • A decision on the NBA season likely won’t change Bulls coach Jim Boylen’s fate

    Chicago Sun-Times "The NBA is not the EuroLeague. Not even close. Still, it had to take heed of the news Monday that the EuroLeague and EuroCup would be terminating their seasons without winners in the wake of the coronavirus. There were too many moving parts to be concerned..." May 26

  • Bradley Beal Says He Was Almost Traded To OKC For James Harden

    Fadeaway World "Bradley Beal and James Harden are two of the best offensive players in the NBA right now, but there was a time when they were close to change paths, with Beal joining the Oklahoma City Thunder and Harden going to Washington to play with the Wizards. Back in 2012, on draft night, that..." May 25

  • The insane max contract Tracy McGrady turned down from the Heat in 2000

    Clutch Points "A few near-transactions during the 2000 free agency period involving the two Florida franchises could have dramatically altered the NBA landscape. Tim Duncan nearly departed the San Antonio Spurs for the Orlando Magic to team up with Grant Hill, who had..." May 25

  • Charles Barkley is ‘100 percent sure’ NBA will resume season

    Larry Brown Sports "It’s fair to say Charles Barkley is extremely confident that we’ll see NBA basketball again before too long. In an appearance on “The Paul Finebaum Show” Monday, Barkley predicted that every sport currently on pause will resume — and he expects to see..." May 25

  • Doc Rivers gives his take on Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James debate

    Yardbarker "Doc Rivers played against Michael Jordan during his career and has coached against LeBron James on numerous occasions, so he has seen enough of both NBA legends to formulate an educated opinion on them. And based on everything Doc has seen, he has no problem labeling one the greatest of all..." May 25

  • Joe Maddon is 66 and Dave Roberts had cancer. Is it safe for them to manage now?

    Los Angeles Times "His earned-run average, groundball percentage and strikeout-to-walk ratio are only a few of the numbers that will determine whether sinker-ball specialist Scott Alexander sticks with the Dodgers if baseball is able to launch a pandemic-shortened season. Alexander’s..." May 26

  • What if the Mets signed Alex Rodriguez? Inside the big 2000 decision

    New York Post "The Mets had just played their most significant games in 14 years when general manager Steve Phillips faced a potential addition problem that didn’t equate. It was weeks after the historic Subway World Series between the Mets and Yankees in 2000, and the biggest free agent on..." May 26

  • Howie Kendrick: Astros couldn't take out Nationals 'even with them cheating'

    The Score "Washington Nationals veteran infielder Howie Kendrick isn't letting the Houston Astros' illegal sign-stealing scheme be forgotten amid baseball's ongoing hiatus. Kendrick reflected Sunday on the Nationals' postseason run, which culminated in the..." May 25

  • Boston Red Sox honor veterans with Memorial Day tribute in an empty Fenway Park

    USA Today "On any other Memorial Day, most Major League Baseball teams would have held pregame ceremonies and worn special uniforms on Monday to honor American service members who gave their lives for their country. But on a day without baseball -- or any other major sports --..." May 25

  • Dodgers Reopening Stadium and Spring Training Facilities

    12 Up "There's still a ways to go in reconciling the position of MLB players and the demands of the owners when it comes to sussing out finances for the 2020 season, but we just witnessed a solid step forward in the march to real, live baseball that should not go..." May 25

  • Full List Of 2020 Expiring Draft Rights

    Pro Hockey Rumors "When drafting a player out of North America or any European country with a transfer agreement, a team acquires their exclusive negotiating rights for a set amount of time. Each year on June 1, a long list of players see those rights expire and become unrestricted free agents (or choose to..." May 26

  • Devan Dubnyk: NHL, NHLPA have 'long way to go' in cementing return to play

    The Score "Minnesota Wild netminder Devan Dubnyk says that while talks are moving in the right direction, the NHL and NHLPA still have a lot of work to do in establishing an appropriate plan for returning to play. Players voted last week in favor of a 24-team playoff..." May 25

  • Former Stars coach Jim Montgomery thankful for firing, says he deserved it

    TSN "Six months removed from his untimely dismissal as head coach of the Dallas Stars, Jim Montgomery says he thanks the organization for firing him. "I’m thankful for the Dallas Stars and Jim Nill for what they did, even though I understand that I disappointed Jim Nill, the..." May 25

  • Dmytro Timashov's representatives say Red Wing not signing with Latvian team

    Detroit News "Representatives for Detroit Red Wings forward Dmytro Timashov denied a report in Russia's Sport-Express that Timashov is close to signing with Latvia's Dinamo Riga of the Kontinental Hockey League. Timashov, who was claimed on waivers from the Toronto..." May 25

  • No one gives the Islanders credit for 4 straight Cups ""Tonelli to Nystrom. He scores!" That call by CBC broadcaster Jim Robson described the final moments of the signature play in New York Islanders history. Bobby Nystrom's goal in overtime, off a pass from John Tonelli in Game 6 of the 1980 Stanley Cup Final against the..." May 25

  • Barcelona struggling to sell players before June deadline

    Barca Blaugranes "Barcelona are struggling to find buyers for their players and need to act quickly to raise around €70 million in sales before the end of June, according to a report from ESPN. The Blaugrana projected a record revenue of over €1 billion for the 2019-20..." May 25

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic career could be over after suffering devastating injury

    Daily Star "AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is said to have suffered a potential Achilles injury in training which could put his career in jeopardy. Sky Sport Italia report the 38-year-old limped out of this morning's session with a 'long..." May 25

  • Aubameyang edging closer to Arsenal exit with €38m deal on table

    TeamTalk "Paris Saint-Germain are “negotiating an agreement” with Arsenal to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with a deal worth around €38million on the table, according to reports. Speculation over Aubameyang’s future has ramped up in recent months, with the Gabon..." May 25

  • Neymar, in reserve "Barcelona's targets for the upcoming transfer window include Neymar, currently with PSG, but he is not the priority for the club's directors. The main targets are Lautaro Martinez and Miralem Pjanic and it seems unlikely there would be enough..." May 25

  • Juventus Are Interested In Signing Ousmane Dembele From FC Barcelona, Claims Report "Juventus are interested in signing Ousmane Dembele from FC Barcelona, claims a report published in Catalonia on Monday morning.  Not content with merely attempting to unsettle to Brazilian midfielder Arthur, who has become part of a potential swap deal for Miralem Pjanic, the Old..." May 25

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh does a cartwheel in Jaydon Hood’s commitment video

    Larry Brown Sports "Michigan landed four-star linebacker recruit Jaydon Hood on Monday, and the announcement came with some serious flair. Hood announced his commitment via video on his Twitter. It starts off as a rather standard video with highlights from Hood’s high school career, then a few..." May 25

  • San Jose State Redshirt Freshman Kyane Schmidt is in a Coma After Suffering a Major Brain Injury

    College Football Talk "If prayers are your thing, maybe set one aside for a member of the San Jose State football program. May 20th, the San Jose State football program confirmed this weekend, Kyane Schmidt was involved in a single-car rollover crash, which caused him to be ejected from the..." May 25

  • Reggie Bush accuses ESPN of 'clickbait' after comments on college athletes

    Yardbarker "Former NFL running back Reggie Bush is not happy with an ESPN article that states he said paying college athletes will "destroy some people." Bush gave a Playboy interview in which he discussed the need to offer college athletes the right..." May 25

  • Tennessee Tech RBs coach Gerald Howse dies at age 28

    Sportsnaut "The college football world suffered a heartbreaking loss over the weekend after the passing of Gerald Howse, a 28-year-old assistant coach for Tennessee Tech University. Howse emerged as a star running back at Siegel High School in Tennessee, then went on to play college football at..." May 25

  • ESPN 300 linebacker Junior Colson commits to Michigan

    ESPN "ESPN 300 linebacker Junior Colson committed to Michigan on Sunday, choosing the Wolverines over offers from Tennessee, Oregon, Ole Miss and LSU, among others. Colson is the No. 184-ranked prospect overall and is now the..." May 25

  • UNLV transfer Donnie Tillman heading to New Mexico State

    The Score "UNLV transfer Donnie Tillman is headed to New Mexico State, he announced Monday on social media. The 6-foot-7 forward only spent one year in Las Vegas after transferring there in 2019 after two seasons at Utah. " May 26

  • Dayton lands USC transfer Elijah Weaver

    Dayton Daily News "The Dayton Flyers picked up their first new recruit since the end of their historic 29-2 season as University of Southern California transfer Elijah Weaver, a 6-foot-6 guard, announced his commitment Monday on Instagram. “After talking with my family and everybody, coaches, my..." May 26

  • ETSU star Bo Hodges transferring to Butler

    The Score "East Tennessee State star Bo Hodges is transferring to Butler, he announced Monday. The 6-foot-5 guard led the Buccaneers to a 30-4 record last season... " May 25

  • Patrick Ewing out of the hospital after being treated for coronavirus

    New York Post "Patrick Ewing is getting the upper hand in his fight against coronavirus. Three days after the Knicks legend announced he tested positive for COVID-19, his son Patrick Ewing Jr. said Monday the 57-year-old Georgetown coach is out of the hospital. “I want to thank..." May 25

  • Eddie Sutton: Legendary Oklahoma State coach waited out hall of fame, won that battle, too

    USA Today "You might think it an injustice that Eddie Sutton won't be able to go to his induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Truth is, the injustice was done long ago. The hall of fame should've voted in the legendary coach soon after he retired in 2008...." May 24