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  • Friday Sports in Brief

    NFL TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady has signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, saying he is emarking on a “new football journey.” The 42-year-old quarterback who spent the first 20 years of his career with the New England Patriots announced his decision

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  • Friday’s Sports In Brief

    NEW YORK (AP) - The WNBA indefinitely delayed the start of training camps and the season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Training camps were to open April 26 and the regular season May 15. WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert said the league will “use this time to conduct scenario-planning regarding new

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  • Friday’s Sports in Brief

    OLYMPICS DENVER (AP) - The postponement of the Tokyo Games has catapulted the sports organizations that make up the backbone of the U.S. Olympic team into crisis. At least one has already started layoffs and others are desperate to stay solvent. Some are expecting a major downturn in membership

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  • Tuesday Sports in Brief

    NHL NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman raised the possibility Tuesday of not completing the regular season in order to squeeze in time to award the Stanley Cup. Bettman also acknowledged during an interview with NBCSN the league is considering having games played at neutral sites in the event not all teams

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  • Monday Sports in Brief

    GOLF The Masters goes from that annual rite of spring to two weeks before Thanksgiving. The U.S. Open now is scheduled in September for the first time since amateur Francis Ouimet took down Britain’s best at Brookline in 1913 to put golf on the map in America. And the oldest

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  • Thursday Sports in Brief

    NCAA INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Athletic directors at the nation’s biggest sports schools are bracing for a potential financial crisis related to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a survey released Thursday by LEAD1, an association of athletic directors from 130 major college football schools, 63% forecast a worst-case scenario in which

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  • Wednesday Sports in Brief

    TENNIS Wimbledon was canceled on Wednesday because of the coronavirus pandemic, the first time since World War II that the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament won't be played. Britain imposed a nationwide lockdown just over a week ago, and the All England Club announced after a two-day emergency meeting that

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