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Barnwell: What Went Wrong For Baker Mayfield, And Can He Be Fixed?

Mayfield took a step backward last season after a stellar rookie year. Here's how he could get back on track.

Source: NFL To Shorten Preseason To Two Weeks

As the NFL continues to plot its 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic, it has elected to shorten the preseason to just two weeks.

Report: Investors Press Sponsors On Redskins Ties

Investors and shareholders are calling on Nike, FedEx and PepsiCo to sever ties with the Washington Redskins unless the team changes its name, according to a report by Adweek.

Source: NFL Won't Hold Supplemental Draft In '20

The NFL informed its clubs on Wednesday it will not conduct a supplemental draft in 2020, a source told ESPN's Dianna Russini.

Chiefs DL Jones Hints At Holdout If No New Deal

Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones tweeted Tuesday night that not playing in 2020 was an option, bringing up running back Le'Veon Bell's 2018 holdout with the Steelers.


College Football Headlines

How College Football Stars Joined Campus Activists In The Fight For Justice

From Mississippi State to Texas A&M to Clemson, current and former athletes are more involved with campus causes -- and their activism has helped fight racial inequality.

How College Football Is Trying To Answer Its Biggest Return-to-play Questions

As players across the country continue to test positive for the coronavirus, can college football really expect a return to normal for the 2020 season?

NCAA Penalizes Texas A&M Football For Violations

The NCAA announced Thursday that Texas A&M football was placed on probation for a year and coach Jimbo Fisher was given a six-month show-cause order.

OK State LT Galloway Retires Because Of Injuries

Oklahoma State's Dylan Galloway, who started 14 games at left tackle the past two seasons, has retired from football because of injuries.

14 OU Players Test Positive As Workouts Begin

As the Sooners' voluntary workouts began in Norman, Oklahoma, on Wednesday, the school announced 14 positive tests among the players, as well as some cost-cutting measures across the athletic department.

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