Thursday, November 14, 2019
Kaepernick Workout Will Help NFL Answer Questions From Both Sides
Sources said that the NFL is "not required to hold this workout" as part of the settlement between the QB and the league.
Sources: MLB Sign-Stealing Investigation Expands Beyond Astros
Red Sox manager Alex Cora, who was on the staff of the '17 Astros, today said he has talked to MLB investigators.
Notre Dame Sellout Streak Coming To An End At 273 Games
Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick noted the school had to get "creative in extending" the streak several times in recent years.
Sports Illustrated Cutting Publication Schedule To Monthly Issues
In addition to one monthly issue, subscribers will get four special issues and the Swimsuit Issue, for a total of 17 magazines per calendar year.
Source: NFL, Union Moving Toward New CBA, Likely With 17 Games
While one report has a new labor deal as a possibility by the end of the postseason, another says that is "highly unlikely."
U.S. Senate Continues Push For Increased USOPC, NGB Oversight
The USOPC argued tightening federal control over the committee's leadership "risked Team USA athletes being barred" from future Olympics.
CNN's Jeff Zucker Dishes On WarnerMedia's Sports Interests
Zucker notes live sports programming is not in the plans for HBO Max right now, but it will be "down the road."