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Volume 27 No. 53

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Volume 26 No. 245

Goodell Reinforces NFL's Support For Players Regarding Protests

Roger Goodell said, "We will redouble our efforts to be catalysts for the urgent and sustainable change that our society and communities so desperately need."

Source: Big Ten Playing Fall Football Still Remains A "Long Shot"

A source said, "Nothing has changed. Nothing. We have to get all the medical questions answered before we can even bring back a plan to the presidents for approval."

Jordan Joins DraftKings As BOD Advisor, Gets Stake In Company

Michael Jordan will advise on “product development, diversity, equity and belonging, marketing activities and other key initiatives.”

Saints Get Approval From State To Allow Fans At Second Home Game

Fan attendance at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome still requires approval at the local level, and city officials "have not yet signed off on the plan."

NASCAR President Talks Sport's Handling Of Tumultuous Year

Steve Phelps mentioned that the addition of midweek races in the future was "'viable' but on the 'lower end of probability' based on television ratings."

Bucks Express Displeasure Over Short Session On Policing In Wisc.

Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer noted that the team had a meeting after yesterday's practice to "discuss the ongoing social and political circumstances."

New Subway Ad Shows "Lighter Side" Of Bill Belichick

Belichick showed that "perhaps, people were sleeping on his personality." Twitter "went wild" after Subway released the ad via YouTube.