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COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

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In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

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Jared Kushner leading the COVID-19 response has been a disaster

One thing that has slipped my mind the past two weeks, when writing about the novel coronavirus is the decision by Trump to put his son-in-law Jared Kushner in

March letters: No Corona for you, but you might get Bernie

Not even a leap year could prevent this month from flying by. Now that the ugly stepchild of months has come and gone, it is time for me to see

Baltimore Ravens question: Who fears them the most?

Here’s a money question for you: Who fears the Baltimore Ravens the most right now? It is defensive coordinators who have to scheme to stop Lamar Jackson, who is turning

Thanksgiving: A mixed bag of emotions

Once again someone asked me how I’m doing. The immediate answer was the usual, “I’m doing okay.” The reality is of course I am in physical pain and I’m

Antonio Brown: Where does he land next?

The endless saga of Antonio Brown seems to be the only story out there with enough legs to match the nonsense that comes from the Oval Office. This time

Extra Points: Labor Day Weekend Blues

Kicking Off:  The first full weekend of college football did not tell us much about the coming season. There were the expected blowouts by the likes of Clemson, Alabama, and

Chargers take on the Cardinals in first preseason game

Today the Los Angeles Chargers are in Phoenix, Arizona to face the Arizona Cardinals in their first preseason game. It’s the first chance for the coaching staffs of both

Chargers training camp got a lift with a joint practice with the Rams

At the end of their first week of training camp, the Los Angeles Chargers held a joint work out with the other L.A. Team, the Rams. Last season both

Extra Points: The NFL Draft Edition

The Kickoff: First off, there will not be a mock draft from me. There have been enough already. I will be the first to admit I have no clue

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