The NBA is set to resume play on July 31st. Football is supposed to start on schedule, but where is baseball? About a month ago, Major League Baseball looked like opening day would be around July 4th. Now it seems we may not even have a baseball season.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) reported two weeks ago that the 2020 season would resume on the 31st of July this year. Play would resume in Orlando, Florida, with the participation of 22 of its 30 teams.
or the first three weeks of the preseason in 2016, Colin Kaepernick was seen sitting on a bench during the national anthem. After speaking to Nate Boyer an Army Green Beret and long snapper in the NFL, Colin decided to kneel instead of sit on the bench. Boyer explained to him it would be more respectful than sitting.
Since 2010, the football program at the University of Maryland has regressed from “top-25” to a laughingstock in the Big Ten Conference.
Seven years ago, Joe Flacco led the Baltimore Ravens to a Superbowl win. After playing out his rookie deal, Flacco was on his way to becoming an unrestricted free agent.
On March 11th, and 12th the sports world came to a halt because of an invisible enemy. All major league sports suspended their seasons or just outright cancelled them - NBA, NHL, MLB. Even the NCAA, who cancelled their basketball tournament, and all of their spring sports.
When the NFL releases its schedule this Thursday, May 14th, we will learn which teams the Ravens and the Redskins will face during the 2020 season.
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