4:36 PM ET The next Serie A season will start on Sept. 19, one week later than originally planned, the Italian league said in a statement on Monday. – Stream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+ (U.S. only)– Stream Serie A games on ESPN+ The league said the decision “confirms the preference already expressed … by
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11:59 AM ET Borussia Dortmund chief Michael Zorc has hit back at former Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness, who had called the club’s transfer policy “not smart” in an interview with German broadsheet FAZ. Hoeness had said that young players at Dortmund were regarded as nothing but an “object for sale” and couldn’t commit to
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12:24 PM ET The Romania international won 124 caps and went to three World Cups as well as playing for top European clubs. Alex Nicodim/NurPhoto via Getty Images Romania great Gheorghe “Gica” Hagi has stepped aside as manager of his own club Viitorul Constanta on Sunday following a poor run of performances. Hagi said in a
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5:15 PM ET PITTSBURGH — For the first time in nearly a year, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw a football with the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. Roethlisberger, who sustained a season-ending elbow injury Week 2 last season, participated in Monday’s practice, and the team released a 44-second video of his throws and handoffs afterward. A
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5:28 PM ET The Buffalo Bills reached agreement Monday with guard Brian Winters on a one-year deal, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Winters, who had been the New York Jets‘ starter at right guard since 2013, was released by the team Sunday. The timing of the release was surprising because general manager Joe Douglas
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5:00 PM ET Northwestern has paused workouts after one player tested positive for coronavirus, the team said Monday. Workouts will be on hold until Wednesday at the earliest. The player who tested positive is self-isolating, while those who were in close contact with him must test negative before being cleared to return to activities. Northwestern
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4:04 PM ET The St. Louis Cardinals are the latest team to suffer a coronavirus outbreak, resulting in their four-game series in Detroit being postponed. “The Cardinals have had 13 members of the organization test positive for COVID-19 in the last week, including seven players and six staff members,” the league said in a statement.
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