6:00 AM ET HENDERSON, Nev. — Not very likely, given the level of investment in their current quarterback. Or, to phrase it in “Jeopardy!” speak: What are the chances of the Las Vegas Raiders trading for Aaron Rodgers? Look, the disgruntled reigning NFL MVP-turned-guest host of the iconic game show can hit Daily Doubles all
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“If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a million times, HOW AM I MEANT TO REPRESENT A COUNTRY THAT DOESN’T EVEN REPRESENT ME.” Liz Cambage shared the above words on Instagram in response to a Jockey ad that featured Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic ambassadors and an Australian Olympic Team (AOC) promotional Instagram post. All
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The Cleveland Browns aren’t interested in trading for Aaron Rodgers. That’s what Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reported over the weekend. The team is “all in” on Baker Mayfield for the 2021 season … and presumably beyond. Getting that statement of support out there is a wise move by the Browns. Why let speculation fester?
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Our hair is a thing for pretty much all Black people.  But you can’t — and perhaps more precisely, won’t — let just anyone touch your hair. Not with clippers. Which is why there are a lot of Black men giving an understanding nod toward Toronto Maple Leafs wing Wayne Simmonds after Simmonds shared with
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Tottenham announced on Tuesday they are introducing fan representation on the board after the European Super League debacle, apologising “unreservedly” for not consulting supporters over the divisive project. Spurs were one of six English clubs involved in the failed breakaway league but were heavily criticised and the Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust (THST) has called for
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For the last couple of seasons, Davante Adams was in consideration for being the top wide receiver off the board in fantasy football drafts. He was hurtling towards that title yet again in 2021, after putting together a 115-catch, 1,374-yard, 18-touchdown season as the highest-scoring wide receiver in fantasy last season. Yet, he’s the consensus-ranked
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Triller Fight Club’s next pay-per-view show is moving to June 19 at loanDepot Park in Miami and will feature two fights for all four belts. In the main event, lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez will defend his IBF-WBA-WBC-WBO title against mandatory challenger George Kambosos Jr. In the co-main event, women’s WBC-WBO super middleweight champion Franchon Crews-Dezurn
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7:00 AM ET If there’s anything we know about NHL hiring practices, it’s that they can be predictable. Since 2005-06, there have been 171 head coaching changes in the NHL — more than the NFL, NBA or MLB. However, 101 of the 171 new hires had previous head-coaching experience, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
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Berge on the cheap Several Premier League clubs have been put on high alert after Sander Berge’s release clause has been slashed from £40m to just £12m according to Sky Sports. The Blades’ relegation from the Premier League this season has triggered a dramatic reduction in Berge’s asking price that would reportedly see the Sheffield
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After leading the league in both points per game and yards allowed in 2019, the New Patriots defense took an alarming step back in 2020, most notably allowing 131.4 yards rushing per game (26th in the NFL). The decline in production can be explained, of course. The Patriots’ league-leading eight opt-outs (Dont’a Hightower, Patrick Chung,
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When Ticats head coach Orlondo Steinauer called Jake Burt last Tuesday to alert the Boston College big man he was officially about to become the first overall selection of the 2021 CFL Draft, there might have only been one person more genuinely thrilled than immediate family within earshot of the call from Hamilton. Was it
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8:15 AM ET Craig Haubert Close ESPN Staff Writer National recruiting analyst and analyst for ESPNU More than a decade of college and pro coaching experience. Graduated from Indiana and Nebraska-Omaha Tom Luginbill Close ESPN Analyst Senior National Recruiting Analyst for ESPN.com Coached in four professional football leagues Graduated from Eastern Kentucky and Marshall College
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6:22 AM ET Associated Press DAKAR, Senegal — Disgraced former world athletics head Lamine Diack returned home to Senegal late Monday after a local soccer club paid a bond of just over $600,000 to allow him to leave France. Diack, the president of world athletics from 1999-2015, was convicted in Paris in September on multiple
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