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Tokyo Olympic Q&A: Officials Try To Explain How Games Happen
There is mounting pressure on officials to cancel the Tokyo Olympics this summer due to COVID-19. It was already postponed from last year.
Southern Hills To Replace Trump National for ’22 PGA
The PGA of America said the course in Tulsa, Oklahoma, will host the 2022 PGA Championship after the PGA terminated contracts with Trump courses.
Old (Brady), Young (Mahomes), Different Super Bowl 55 Awaits
For Tom Brady, it's another trip to the Super Bowl. But this time, he'll be in a Tampa Bay uniform. And for his new team, the Buccaneers, it'll be a home game with not much of a home-field advantage.
No Spectators At This Year’s Beargrease Sled Dog Race
Minnesota's premier sled dog race will take place on the north shore beginning next week, but this year spectators will not be part of the event.
Rodgers Laments Pack’s Uncertain Future: ‘Myself Included’
Aaron Rodgers realizes his future is uncertain with the Green Bay Packers. He acknowledged that again after the 31-26 loss to Tampa Bay in the NFC championship game.
NFL Giving Free Super Bowl Tickets To 7,500 Health Workers
The NFL says 7,500 health care workers vaccinated for the coronavirus will be given free tickets to next month's Super Bowl to be played in Tampa, Florida.
Super Host? Bucs Can Become 1st To Play Super Bowl At Home
If Tom Brady & the Buccaneers can beat Green Bay this Sunday, they'll be the first ever team to play the Super Bowl at home.
Woods Has 5th Back Surgery, To Miss Torrey Pines And Riviera
Tiger Woods has undergone a fifth back surgery that has put the start to his new year on hold.
NFL Won’t Allow In-Person Workouts For Scouting Combine
The NFL will not allow in-person workouts for the scouting combine for health and safety precautions because of COVID-19.
Analysis: Backup QBs Saw Plenty Of Action In NFL Playoffs
Backup quarterbacks stayed on the sideline in just one of the four NFL playoff games during the divisional round last weekend.