2:26 PM ET KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Patrick Mahomes said Monday that he is ahead of schedule in his recovery after having surgery for turf toe shortly after the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl LV loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “I think I’m progressing well,” said Mahomes, who felt well enough recently to travel
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3:32 PM ET GREEN BAY, Wis. — While players from several NFL teams have decided to not to attend in-person, voluntary offseason workouts, the Green Bay Packers have told their players that the first month of spring team activities will be virtual, a source told ESPN Monday. The Packers will reconsider in-person activities before Phase
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12:14 PM ET Associated Press The NFL is making a more aggressive push into podcasting. The league announced Monday it will partner with iHeartMedia in launching a podcast network. iHeart will distribute podcasts currently produced by the league’s media division. The two parties will also team up to produce and distribute podcasts currently in the
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1:23 PM ET OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta vehemently defended the team’s wide receivers during Monday’s pre-draft news conference. “I’m aware that there’s some fan discontent with our wide receivers and our drafting and all that,” DeCosta said. “We’ve got some really good young receivers. It’s insulting to these guys
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12:17 PM ET HOUSTON — Attorney Rusty Hardin has filed an answer to the 22 lawsuits filed against Deshaun Watson that says the Houston Texans quarterback’s legal team has “already uncovered evidence that numerous allegations in this onslaught of cases are simply not true or accurate.” From March 16 to April 14, 23 lawsuits were
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12:41 PM ET The PGA Tour is strongly encouraging its players and caddies to get the COVID-19 vaccines, sending a memo on Monday that outlined how it will eventually stop on-site testing while also attempting to debunk some of the myths associated with the shots. In the memo obtained by ESPN, the Tour said while
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1:27 PM ET Indiana and Notre Dame have scheduled a home-and-home series in football for 2030 and 2031, marking the first time the in-state teams will meet since 1991. The Hoosiers and Fighting Irish will open the 2030 season at Notre Dame Stadium on Aug. 31 and then meet Sept. 27, 2031, in Bloomington. The
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