OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens starting nose tackle Brandon Williams was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Saturday.
Williams was placed on the list after coming in close contact with someone who has COVID-19, a source confirmed to ESPN. He did not test positive, the source said. Per NFL/NFLPA protocol, Williams must isolate for five days after the initial exposure.
The Ravens, who made the trip to Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon, are now expected to be without two starting defe…
John Ross approached Bengals about trade – NBC Sports – NFL
Unhappiness about roles in Cincinnati isn’t limited to the defensive side of the ball. Wide receiver John Ross was active for the first time since Week Two agai…
Unhappiness about roles in Cincinnati isn’t limited to the defensive side of the ball.
Wide receiver John Ross was active for the first time since Week Two against the Colts last weekend, but he only played one snap in the team’s 31-27 loss. Ross was a healthy scratch in the previous three games and Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Ross’ agent Brad Cicala recently went to the team to discuss a possible trade.
Cicala told Garafolo that nothing came of those conversations, but that his cl…
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I’ll be honest right off the bat: I didn’t watch the Cowboys-Cardinals Monday Night Football game. I watched most of the afternoon game while cooking and eating dinner because the Chiefs are always fun and the Bills are surprisingly feisty but decided I didn’t need to suck on a lemon peel for dessert by subjecting myself to more abominable NFC East football. (Sunday’s Giants-Washington stinker was enough.)
Still, I think I have a pretty good idea of how the gam…
Last minute ticket prices spike after Dodgers clinch World Series – CNBC
Secondary resale prices for World Series tickets jumped 21% per seat after the LA Dodgers clinched the World Series, according to Gametime.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are credited for driving the prices of resale tickets to the limited 2020 World Series.
After the Dodgers recovered from a 3-1 deficit in Major League Baseball’s National League Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves, secondary resale prices for World Series tickets jumped to between $1,600 and $17,000 per seat, according to Gametime and SeatGeek. The Dodgers last won the World Series in 1988.
Gametime is a last-minute ticket resale app. It provides users with t…
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