Canada Approves Plan to Play Hockey in Canada Amid Pandemic
Canada has approved a National Hockey League plan to play in Canada amid the coronavirus pandemic.
NFL Network, RedZone Goes Dark on DISH Network, Sling TV
NFL Network and NFL RedZone went dark on DISH Network and Sling TV Thursday night as both sides try to reach a new distribution agreement.
NCAA Expands Ban, Joins SEC in Targeting Confederate Flag
The NCAA is expanding its policy banning states with prominent confederate symbols from hosting its sponsored events.
Univ. of Florida Ends ‘Gator Bait’ Cheer, Cites Racism
The University of Florida is ending its “gator bait” cheer at football games and other sports events because of its racial connotations.
Tokyo Olympic Board Member Would Support Another Delay
An executive board member of the Tokyo Olympic organizing committee says another delay should be sought if the games can't be held next year.
Lawsuit Filed Against NCAA on Limiting Athletes Compensation
Attorneys have filed a lawsuit against the NCAA. It seeks to prevent the NCAA from limiting the amount of money athletes can make off their names, images and likenesses.
NFL to Spend $250 Million on Social Justice Initiatives
The NFL is committing $250 million over 10 years to social justice initiatives
Rights Groups, Athletes ask NCAA to Move Tourney From Idaho
Civil rights and women’s rights groups have joined notable athletes in asking the NCAA to move the first and second rounds of the 2021 men’s basketball tournament out of Idaho
MLB Opens Draft with Black Lives Matter Message, Donations
Before the first pick was made at the amateur draft, Major League Baseball delivered a message: The sport stands fully behind the Black Lives Matter movement.
CBS Pushing for Players to do Their Part to Boost Broadcast
CBS Sports anchor Jim Nantz will be alone in the booth at the Charles Schwab Challenge, but the network will be trying to get the players more involved during the round.