After 20 years in New England, Tom Brady announced on Twitter that he won’t be re-signing with the Patriots. Brady has yet to agree to terms with another team.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Patriots have placed the franchise tag on All-Pro left guard Joe Thuney. New England waited until the final minutes before the franchise tag deadline before making the move.
Attention all sports fans! The Coronavirus is tearing through Earth at a rapid pace and yesterday the beginning of our worst fears came true. The NBA got the party started by suspending their season after Rudy Gobert tested positive for covid-19, causing a domino effect throughout sports. Today the NHL suspended their season; MLB is pushing back opening day at LEAST two weeks. Worst of all there will be no March Madness this year, therefore taking away a chance at us seeing a Cinderella story team winning it all. That's why I am here to give you a guide to get you through these trying times with no sports. (Yes, the XFL has suspended operations too) Check it out!
Well COVID-19, better known as Coronavirus to us common folk, has put clamps on the entire NBA until further notice...
As concern regarding the coronavirus continues to grow and the NBA weighs its options to preserve public health, Jaylen Brown sent a message to fans via his Twitter.
The NFLPA announced Monday afternoon via their official Twitter account that they have voted to extend the deadline to vote on the latest CBA proposal to March 14th at 11:59pm.
The period between the end of the NFL combine and the start of free agency may be the most rumor-filled time of year for the league. The latest big one? Justin Herbert falling to the Patriots in the 2020 NFL draft.
There’s no sugarcoating it. The last week and a half of Celtics basketball, starting with their 1-point overtime loss to the Houston Rockets, has been one of their worst stretches of play this entire season. On the surface, it doesn’t look all that bad. Yes, they’ve lost 4 of their last 5 games, but Houston, Oklahoma City and Utah are all good teams, and Brooklyn is always a scrappy opponent. The real problem is how they’ve lost these games, all of which have been at home, and the timing in which this poor stretch of play has occurred. From blowing big leads to atrocious late game execution, they’ve given up winnable game after winnable game at a time in which playoff seeding is more at stake than ever.