Kentucky did something Saturday that it hasn’t done since 1984 — win a game at Neyland Stadium, and the Cats blew out the Vols 34-7.
Coming into Saturday, Kentucky had lost 17 straight games in Knoxville, but that all changed and quickly.
Vols quarterback Jarrett Guarantano turned it over 3 times in the first half, including back-to-back pick-sixes. That got Guarantano benched for backup JT Shrout, and Shrout then threw an INT on the very next drive. Freshman quarterback Harrison Bailey also p…
Anthopoulos: Braves Hope To Re-Sign Ozuna – MLB Trade Rumors
Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos made clear that he hopes to re-sign slugger Marcell Ozuna in free agency. Read more at MLB Trade Rumors.
For a second straight season, the Braves struck gold on a one-year deal for a middle-of-the-order threat. Atlanta’s 2019 deal with Josh Donaldson proved to be a masterstroke, and although the front office was panned for letting the “Bringer of Rain” walk, GM Alex Anthopoulos’ one-year deal for slugger Marcell Ozuna proved similarly fruitful. The former Marlins and Cardinals slugger delivered a superlative .338/.431/.636 slash and 18 home runs in 267 plate appearances, tacking on three postseason…
Panthers place Joey Slye, Trent Scott on reserve/COVID-19 list – Panthers.com
Carolina is still on track to practice Wednesday afternoon.
CHARLOTTE The Panthers have placed kicker Joey Slye and offensive lineman Trent Scott on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Players may be placed on the list for either a positive test or being in close contact with another individual who has tested positive. Teams may not disclose for what reason any player has been added to the list.
Neither Slye nor Scott were at the Panthers’ facility at Bank of America Stadium on Monday or Tuesday, as Carolina’s football operation worked virtually for the two days,…
New Orleans Saints’ Michael Thomas can return after discipline, if ankle ready – ESPN
Saints receiver Michael Thomas, who was disciplined for a game after an altercation in practice, is eligible to return against the Panthers if his ankle is ready….
METAIRIE, La. — Michael Thomas’ discipline lasted only one game, according to New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton.
So the Saints’ star receiver is eligible to return Sunday against the Carolina Panthers as long as his ankle is ready.
Thomas has been sidelined since he suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 1. But he appeared close to returning in Week 5 before he was disciplined by the team for an altercation during practice that included him punching teammate C.J. Gardner-Johnson.
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