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Volume 27 No. 55

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Volume 27 No. 14

NFL Moves Titans-Steelers To Later In Season After More Positive Tests

The Titans' COVID-19 outbreak has "forced a hard look at the NFL’s extensive COVID-19 protocols and its expansive (and expensive) testing program."

NBA Eyes Next Season's Starting Block, But Uncertainties Ahead

Negotiations are "expected to begin in earnest" between NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA Exec Dir Michele Roberts "after the season has concluded."

NASCAR's '21 Season Schedule Entails New Tracks, Unique Changes

The "most jarring" change will be the March 28 race at Bristol Motor Speedway, "with the traditional concrete temporarily replaced with dirt."

MLB To Allow 11,500 Fans At NLCS, World Series In Arlington

The Rangers "coordinated a plan" with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's office and the city of Arlington, and MLB "eagerly approved it."

New York Gov. Says Bills Could Still Possibly Host Fans This Season

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's comments come "a day after the undefeated Bills indicated that there are no immediate plans to change the current no-fan policy."

NHL Looking To Modify Bubble Approach For '20-21 Season Plans

While neither the league nor the NHLPA "have set any hard targets, it is believed a potential deadline for an 82-game season would be Dec. 15."

Sports Illustrated Doubled Earnings Since '19 ABG Acquisition

When SI was purchased by ABG from Meredith for $110M, the publication had been "losing millions of dollars in ad revenue in the previous couple of years."