Benjamin Franklin once said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” It seems Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden has taken that to heart. When Raiders players logged into a Zoom me…
The St. Louis Cardinals are on track to resume their season this weekend after the latest round of coronavirus tests.
The Las Vegas Raiders took a different approach to show their players the severity of the coronavirus pandemic.
At least eight players on the UCLA football team tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the director of Los Angeles County’s public health department.
The Pac-12 has organized a loan program that could allow its schools to cover lost revenue. It'd be a band-aid, but it might be the only option for that conference and all others amid the coronavirus pandemic.
LSU linebacker Soni Fonua and offensive lineman Austin Deculus appeared to have a tough time Friday with the new helmets to prevent players from contracting the coronavirus while out on the field.
FA Cup winners Arsenal are facing a barrage of negative publicity after announcing that 55 jobs within the club are to be cut due to the coronavirus pandemic, as boss Mikel Arteta plots several lucrative transfer deals.
Any player considered a “high-risk” case for COVID-19 is eligible for a $350,000 stipend.
Old habits are hard to break. Tennis stars have been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons during the coronavirus crisis and that has — accidentally — continued in the WTA’s return to ac…
Arsenal are set to make 55 redundancies among club staff in an effort to “take the club forwards” from the coronavirus pandemic. In a joint-statement by the club’s head of football Raul Sanllehi and managing director Vinai Venkatesham, the club said it had been badly affected by the loss in broadcast revenues and matchday income during lockdown.
An NFL video highlighting the police-involved death of Stephon Clark in 2018 “performs a disservice instead of a public service,” California prosecutors said Tuesday.
Colorado State University football coaches were accused Tuesday of telling players and other staff members not to report coronavirus symptoms.