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Clay Matthews fails to reach a deal with the Denver Broncos but has not retired, the agent says

The Denver Broncos, with linebacker Von Miller out for an extended period of time, attempted to sign veteran linebacker Clay Matthews, but the two sides failed to reach an agreement, Matthews’ agent said Thursday. A source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that the Broncos had been told Matthews “wouldn’t play,” leading to speculation that he would retire. However, Matthews’ agent Ryan …

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The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics shouldn’t be held in China, human rights groups say in letter to IOC

The letter, addressed to IOC President Thomas Bach, and signed by human rights organizations on all continents, states that the Chinese central government’s actions in Xinjiang, Tibet, Hong Kong and Inner Mongolia proved that the country was not worthy. to host the Winter. Olympic Games. “The IOC’s reputation was indelibly tarnished by its erroneous belief that the 2008 Olympics (Beijing …

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Mike Tagliere’s Fantasy Football Week 1 Ranking (2020)

D.J. Chark is expected to have a top 12 week against the Colts It seems like an eternity since I sat down to post a weekly ranking article. I asked my Twitter followers to share a GIF with me about how they feel about the return of football and one sums it up perfectly. He sent me one with Rose …

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Dalvin Cook will be “out there” against Packers despite no new deal

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook wants to get paid before the 2020 season starts on Sunday. But the engine of the Vikes attack will not resist if it does not come before the kick-off against division rival Green Bay. “If Coach Zim calls my name, I’ll be out there,” Cook said Wednesday, via the Minnesota Star Tribune. The Vikings …

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2020 NFL opening day: what to expect on and off the pitch

The season starts at 20:20. ET on Thursday and will feature reigning Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Field in Kansas City, Missouri. The first difference will be the stands. Many professional sports teams that returned during the Covid-19 pandemic have opted for no fans or spectators of any kind, but that won’t …

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New York State transfers high school football from fall to spring

Syracuse, N.Y – New York state high school football will become a spring sport this season. The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has decided to move football from fall to March 1 this year due to coronavirus concerns. Volleyball and cheerleading, considered high-risk activities, will also be pushed into the spring. Low-risk sports, such as tennis, golf, …

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