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Roman Reigns Pulls Out of WrestleMania 36 Due to COVID-19 Concerns

A familiar name across the WWE universe won’t be participating in this year’s WrestleMania event scheduled to air on April 4-5. According to a report by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Roman Reigns has decided to withdraw from WrestleMania and the WWE Universal Championship match due to his past health history and …

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Jags Unable to Sign CB Dennard

Cornerback Darqueze Dennard will not be signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars after a mutual contract disagreement. Pretty wild: The #Jaguars will not sign ex-#Bengals 1st round pick, CB Darqueze Dennard. Reports were last week that both signed agreed to a three-year, $13.5 million contract but the two sides couldn't finalize …

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Karl-Anthony Towns’ Family Impacted by Coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak is spreading rapidly in the U.S. There are over 65,00 cases in the United States as well as 510,000 cases worldwide. Sadly, the parents of All-Star center Karl-Anthony Towns were some of the thousands to be potentially diagnosed. Towns Discusses His Parents On Tuesday, Karl-Anthony posted an …

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Russell Westbrook Giving Back Amidst Coronavirus

While the NBA’s season remains at a halt due to the coronavirus, one of its stars is helping those in need amidst the pandemic. The Campaign A native of the Los Angeles area, Russell Westbrook is giving back to his hometown through the Angeleno Campaign. The fund, launched by Mayor …

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MLB Commissioner Talks League’s Plans

Today – March 26 – would have been MLB Opening Day. But due to the coronavirus, the start of the 2020 season was postponed. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred spoke about his plans for the league. He wanted to assure fans that at some point, baseball will be back. Commissioner Manfred’s …

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Mavs Owner Mark Cuban optimistic about NBA return

Mark Cuban, a billionaire entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner, said he believes the NBA will return to play in May. The league suspended its season two weeks ago, setting off a chain reaction of sports leagues postponing their seasons. During the onslaught of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S., Cuban …

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MLB weighing options for season

The MLB is continuing to weigh their options for the start of baseball as the coronavirus continues to spread. Concerns about pay Originally, the season’s start date was pushed back two weeks. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to worsen, they are now shooting for a start date in June pending …

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Feature: Two Gator Soccer Players Trying to Go Pro

The Florida Gator soccer team celebrated “Senior Night” on a warm October afternoon in front of a crowd of over 700. The number 20 Gators were about to take on the eighth ranked South Carolina Gamecocks in a battle of ranked SEC teams. Before the match, the seven soon-departing Florida …

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Saints Head Coach Tests Positive for COVID-19

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton has become the first NFL employee to make a public announcement about a positive diagnosis for the coronavirus. Positive Test Payton, who is 56, announced his diagnosis on Thursday. He hopes to motivate others to take this virus seriously and raise awareness around …

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Brady Spiking Bucs’ Ticket Sales and Culture

The future looks bright for Bruce Arians and the Buccaneers after reports that the legendary Tom Brady will sign with Tampa Bay this season. Tampa Bay Playoff Drought The Bucs have had lots of struggles since their last Super Bowl victory in 2001 over the St. Louis Rams. Tampa Bay …

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