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Cameron Champ: ‘It’s pretty clear I’ve never had it [COVID-19]’

Cameron Champ was home on Wednesday afternoon in Houston when he received the news that the PGA Tour had adjusted its policy for COVID-19 testing. Champ tested positive for coronavirus on June 23 at the Travelers Championship and according to the protocol of the tour he was forced to withdraw from the event. Champ returned to Houston where he was …

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The NFL plans to play black national anthem before Week 1 games

“Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing,” traditionally known as the Black National Anthem, is expected to be live or played before each week’s 1 NFL game, and the league is considering a host of other actions this coming season to recognize victims of police brutality, she said a source familiar with the league’s discussions The Undefeated on Thursday. The song would …

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F1, NASCAR and IndyCar are all racing

Rejoice. The racing world is back to normal. Approximately. When Formula 1 returned after the coronavirus pandemic on July 5, the Fourth of July weekend is the first weekend of 2020 that includes F1, NASCAR and IndyCar races. Not only do American race fans get a three-day weekend, they get four big races to watch and five if you want …

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Alabama is training for 5-star DT Damon Payne

Alabama has been on the recruiting trail and that trend does not seem to be slowing down any time soon. Crimson Tide has taken up four commitments over the past month, headed by a pair of Top50 prospects, and continues to climb the 247Sports Composite Team Rankings for the 2021 class. Now Crimson Tide is trending in 247Sports Crystal Ball …

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Sane joins Bavaria from Man City for € 49 million

03:03 ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent Manchester City winger Leroy Sane has completed his move to Bayern Munich, it was announced on Friday. Sane has signed a five-year contract with the German champions following an agreement with City of EUR 49 million (£ 44.2 million). The fee can rise to € 60 million and also includes a 10% sales clause. • How …

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49ers 90-in-90: Will WR Trent Taylor be healthy in 2020?

The San Francisco 49ers drafted wide receiver Trent Taylor in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft and ended his rookie campaign with 43 receptions for 430 yards and two touchdowns. For a fifth rounder, it’s as good a rookie year as you can ask. Taylor saw 19 fewer goals in 2018 and 170 or fewer snaps in 2018. …

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The 49ers DJ Reed was sidelined after maintaining a torn chest muscle

Raheem Mostert was back in the 49’s last season, and he is reportedly getting paid like that. Mostert “wants a more meaningful recognition of his increased production” in addition to the rushing incentives in the contract he signed with the 49ers in March last year, according to ESPN’s Josina Anderson. I hear 49ers RB Raheem Mostert requested a pay rise …

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Texas A&M football program penalized for NCAA offense, Jimbo Fisher receives show cause order

The NCAA announced penalties, including a six-month show cause for coach Jimbo Fisher, against the Texas A&M program on Thursday for multiple violations. According to the NCAA edition, “Texas A&M” violated NCAA recruitment and countable sports-related activity rules between January 2018 and February 2019, “and Fisher” violated NCAA rules for head coach responsibility. “The penalties stemmed from an incident in …

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The French Open, unlike the US Open, allows fans at its tournament

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, two more Grand Slam tennis tournaments are still scheduled to be played in 2020: the United States Open and the French Open. But only the French Open intends to have spectators. Bernard Giudicelli, president of the French Tennis Federation, said Thursday that the tournament could accommodate up to 20,000 fans on site a day if the …

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NBA rumors: Warriors wouldn’t let Steph Curry play in Orlando

To the extent that the Warriors run a fairly democratic operation, where each player has a vote and the core veterans act as advisor to head coach Steve Kerr, an invitation to become part of a proposed but not approved second bubble NBA “bubble” is a dilemma. If the NBA gets assignments, they will go, whether it is Chicago or …

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