Month: March 2022

Mar 30, 2022 OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Lamar Jackson wants to end all speculation that he is looking to leave the Baltimore Ravens. Amid stalled negotiations on a long-term contract and uncertainty over whether Jackson has his sights set on free agency in 2025, the star quarterback tweeted Wednesday that he loves the Ravens and
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11:19 AM ET Associated Press The Kansas City Royals exercised their club option on Mike Matheny for the 2023 season on Thursday, eliminating any uncertainty over whether their manager will remain with the club after the coming season. Matheny is entering his third season with the Royals, which includes the COVID-19-shortened 2020 season and his
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8:29 PM ET TAMPA, Fla. — Bruce Arians is stepping down after three seasons as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ head coach and moving into a front-office role with the organization, the team announced Wednesday night. Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Todd Bowles will replace Arians as head coach. A league source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that
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9:00 AM ET Shane Beamer had an opportunity to transform South Carolina‘s roster this offseason, and he took it. Like most coaches, Beamer targeted the transfer portal and tried to find players with experience that could help his team win at a faster rate than just recruiting high school recruits. He signed former Oklahoma quarterback
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7:41 PM ET ESPN News Services WACO, Texas — Baylor standout freshman Kendall Brown and point guard James Akinjo both announced Wednesday they are entering their names into the NBA draft. The players revealed their decisions individually on their social media accounts. Akinjo still had another season of eligibility at Baylor, where he transferred last
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9:14 AM ET Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges will not compete at Saturday’s National Omnium Championships after governing body Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) ruled she is ineligible, British Cycling said. Bridges had been due to compete in her first women’s event in Derby, facing some of the sport’s biggest names including five-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny.
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