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Tennessee will not be returning to the team's facility Wednesday after two more players tested positive amid the NFL's first COVID-19 outbreak, and the New England Patriots now have canceled practice through Thursday amid reports that a third player has tested positive for the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump is experiencing “mild symptoms" of COVID-19 after revealing Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, a stunning announcement that plunges the country deeper into uncertainty just a month before the presidential election.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans suspended in-person activities through Friday after the NFL says three Titans players and five personnel tested positive for the coronavirus, becoming the first COVID-19 outbreak of the NFL season in Week 4.
Jaylen Watson’s tweet mirrored what every one of his Washington State teammates must have felt before they hit the sheets Wednesday night.
The Houston Cougars are still waiting to play their season opener as more major college football games were wiped out by COVID-19 issues.
The NFL fined several coaches $100,000 each and their teams $250,000 each after Troy Vincent's strongly worded memo about face coverings was widely ignored in Week 2.
Indianapolis leaders are offering to turn the city convention center into a college basketball “bubble.”
Athletics right-hander Daniel Mengden has tested positive for the coronavirus and is quarantined at home in Houston, where he received the result that forced Oakland and Major League Baseball to postpone four games this week.
When Central Arkansas and Austin Peay signed up to play in the first game of the college football season, little did they know how notable it would become.
Positive tests for COVID-19 has forced a pair of ranked Southeastern Conference teams to cancel at least a practice or two.
Never has the NFL doubted it would open its season on time.
For college athletes who are heading into a season of uncertainty, the NCAA’s decision to not charge them a year of eligibility brings peace of mind.
Major League Baseball has postponed this weekend’s Subway Series to allow time for more testing and contact tracing after two members of the New York Mets tested positive for the coronavirus.
Major League Baseball says the New York Mets have received two positive tests for COVID-19 in their organization, prompting the postponement of two games.
They’re 67 or so Americans strewn from coast to coast with their CVs voluminous and their expertise various. Life has led them to another turn of the unforeseeable – to little squares on videoconference screens, week upon week through five long months, grappling with one lousy decision that gobbled up more time than they imagined. Amid a pandemic, five medical task forces for five major college football conferences have had to weigh this: Is America’s most deeply felt sport viable for autumn 2020?
Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson is like a lot of college football players these days.
The Mid-American Conference has become the first league at college football’s highest level to cancel its fall season, surrendering to the pandemic that is threatening to halt the entire sport.
The Cardinals’ game Friday against the Chicago Cubs was postponed after another St. Louis player tested positive for COVID-19.
Penn State All-American Micah Parsons and two more college stars announced Thursday they are opting out of the coming college football season, which is in doubt because of the coronavirus pandemic, and looking toward the NFL draft.
A total of 66 players have opted out of the 2020 NFL season due to the coronavirus pandemic, nearly half of them linemen.