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MLB cancels Cubs-Cards series in London

Major League Baseball has canceled a two-game series in London between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

NFL might bring draft back to Las Vegas in 2022

The coronavirus pandemic wiped out the NFL's plans to host this year's draft in Las Vegas, but the event might head to Sin City in 2022.

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Titans add pass rushers Beasley, Crawford

The Tennessee Titans officially added Vic Beasley on Tuesday, and they reportedly signed another former Atlanta Falcons edge rusher, Jack Crawford, as well.

Lakers players all free of COVID-19 symptoms

Two weeks after news broke that a pair of Los Angeles Lakers players tested positive for COVID-19, the team revealed Tuesday that all players are symptom-free after a completing a 14-day period of home isolation.

Report: NBA, union negotiating player-pay plan

The NBA and the players association are in discussions regarding withholding player pay in the event regular-season games are canceled, ESPN reported Tuesday night.

NBA players to take part in NBA 2K tournament

The NBA is the latest professional sports league to turn to esports in the absence of real events, as the league, the players association and 2K Sports announced Tuesday the formation of a players-only NBA 2K20 tournament to benefit charity.

14 golfers DQ'd from mini-tour event for rare rules violation

After playing from a tee farther from the cup than the one prescribed, 14 players were disqualified from a mini-tour golf event in Buckeye, Ariz., on Monday.

Lillard doesn't want NBA to move permanent calendar

Portland Trail Blazers All-Star guard Damian Lillard is not a fan of the suggestion that the NBA move its calendar to have seasons possibly run into August.

Logano finds new purpose during break in racing

Like so many in the world right now, NASCAR champion Joey Logano is spending his downtime figuring out ways to make a positive difference in his community.

Ex-Syracuse coach Maloney dies at 79

Frank Maloney, who coached the Syracuse football team during the construction of the Carrier Dome, died Monday at age 79.

Bidwill: Cardinals, WR Hopkins talk contract

Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and the Arizona Cardinals have opened dialogue geared toward a new contract.

Seahawks cut S Thompson, TE Dickson, save $5M

Seattle Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson and safety Tedric Thompson were released, saving more than $5 million against the 2020 salary cap.

NHL extends self-quarantine to April 15

The NHL self-quarantine period is being extended through April 15.

NFL plans full season, starting on time

A full regular season without any coronavirus-related delay is the current expectation of the NFL for the 2020 season.

Brady to wear No. 12 with Bucs; Godwin switches to 14

The TB12 brand will live on in Tampa, Fla.

Bruins' Rask clarifies retirement talk

Tuukka Rask plans to discuss a new deal with the Boston Bruins at the end of the season.

NFL owners vote to add two playoff teams in 2020

NFL owners voted on Tuesday to expand the postseason to 14 teams for the 2020 season.

Arizona freshman Nnaji cites 'uncertainty' in jumping to NBA

Arizona forward Zeke Nnaji confirmed he will enter the 2020 NBA Draft.

Colts PK Vinatieri undecided about 2020

Next season is up in the air for Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri.

Andrews suspends Tommy John surgeries

Orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews won't perform Tommy John surgeries at his Florida clinic amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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