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Recent articles by Matt:

Rory McIlroy says he won’t golf again with President Trump, criticizes his leadership

The four-time major winner was criticized for his round with the president in 2017. → Read More

A viewer’s guide to all the sports on TV this weekend. No, really! Sports on TV!

We’re limping back toward normalcy with German soccer, UFC, golf and NASCAR. → Read More

Rays’ Blake Snell says MLB players should be fully rewarded for taking the maximum risk

'Bro, I’m risking my life,' the 2018 AL Cy Young winner said in claiming that he wouldn't play under a reduced salary this season. → Read More

UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov’s future clouded by reports that his father and trainer is in a coma

Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov reportedly has been flown to Moscow for medical treatment. → Read More

Tom Brady says he and Josh McDaniels are ‘brothers for life,’ despite reports of rift

One report said the quarterback and Patriots offensive coordinator had a “deteriorating relationship.” → Read More

Lance Mackey disqualified from 2020 Iditarod after positive methamphetamine test

“While this is a very unfortunate event, we hope this disqualification will be a turning point in spurring Lance on the trail to recovery,” Iditarod Board President Mike Mills said in the statement. → Read More

Unlike other leagues, the CFL needs fans in the stands to survive the coronavirus pandemic

Commissioner Randy Abrosie says coronavirus puts league’s future 'very much in jeopardy.’ → Read More

German soccer to resume later this month after receiving government approval

Bundesliga to become world’s first major team-sport league to resume amid novel coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Frank Gore simply will not retire, reportedly signs with Jets

He'll be back for his 16th NFL season in a crowded New York backfield. → Read More

With Germany reportedly set to allow pro soccer, 10 in Bundesliga test positive for coronavirus

At least four were players, though none of the people who tested positive reportedly showed any symptoms. → Read More

NFL team unveils plans for bringing back fans, including timed entrances, attendance limits

If fans are allowed back into stadiums, they may face social distancing, timed entrances, attendance limits. → Read More

PGA Tour charity skins match to bring golf back to television later this month

Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson will battle Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff. → Read More

With Will Ferrell, the Seahawks’ Zoom meetings are more fun than your Zoom meetings

He does a pretty good Greg Olsen impersonation. → Read More

Andy Dalton’s time with the Bengals reportedly is over

Dalton spent nine seasons as Cincinnati’s starter and helped the team to five playoff berths. → Read More

Rob Gronkowski says he was joking about having the Bucs’ playbook four weeks ago

He just got it Wednesday. → Read More

This farm supplied mint for the Kentucky Derby’s famous drink. Now it’s stuck with two tons of it.

Churchill Downs’s supplier hopes for another chance at a big harvest in September. → Read More

Steve Kerr says Warriors already are in ‘offseason mode,’ even if NBA has yet to announce its plans

Golden State already had been eliminated from playoff contention when the season was halted. → Read More

France becomes latest country to end its soccer season because of coronavirus

Soccer officials there must decide how to dole out spots in next season’s European competitions. → Read More

Lakers say they’ve repaid federal loan meant to help small businesses

The team, which is worth billions, applied for and received $4.6 million in federally backed funds. → Read More

Amid turbulent economic times, Wake Forest will pay Danny Manning to go away

“The economics support the decision,” the school's athletic director says. → Read More