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NFL Proposes No Preseason Games

Training camps are set to open in just over a week across the NFL. And while the start date remains firm, there could be some changes coming to the league’s preseason schedule. On Monday night, the league proposed having no preseason games to the NFLPA. This comes after back-and-forth discussions …

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Oakley Introduces New Mouth Shield

As sports slowly and cautiously start to pick back up around the U.S., leagues have been following numerous health protocols in order to keep athletes and coaches safe, healthy. For example, the NBA has its players in a “bubble” with limited outside contact. Additionally, a number of leagues have also …

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MLB Releases its 60-Game Schedule

For those itching to watch some baseball again, the wait won’t be much longer. Major League Baseball released its 60-game schedule Monday night with all the action kicking off July 23. Now playing. pic.twitter.com/10dJWxvan3 — MLB (@MLB) July 3, 2020   Notable Games, Dates Opening Night will see the defending …

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NHL gearing up for return

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As July approaches, NHL players and league officials eagerly anticipate the return of hockey. Commissioner Gary Bettman is ready. He appeared in SportsCenter’s Return to Sports special, which aired Monday on ESPN. Mike Greenberg interviewed Bettman and five other professional sports commissioners. Bettman covered the new playoff format and safety …

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MLB Return to Play Still Uncertain

It seems like a never-ending carousel ride. The negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Player’s Association have finally seemed to come to a halt. This comes after the league’s latest proposal on Saturday was once again rejected by the MLBPA. The Players’ Association will not make a counteroffer. They …

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