By Matt Noonan
Ah, it’s Wednesday – man, this week is flying by and I hope everyone is continuing to do well while staying safe and optimistic!
We’re posting a bit later due to my flu shot this morning (and walking the dog!), but let’s get to the news beginning with some uncertainty surrounding the upcoming week of the National Football League (NFL).
Here is what we know (or is happening as of late this morning on the east coast):
- The upcoming Los Angeles Chargers and New Orleans Saints contest could be moved to Indianapolis, due to Hurricane Delta Path, which is scheduled to hit Louisiana on Friday.
- Two new members of the Tennessee Titans have tested positive, which means the facility is closed today and the team’s upcoming contest against the Buffalo Bills is in jeopardy.
- Stephon Gilmore became the third member of the New England Patriots to test positive for the coronavirus. So, what does that mean for the team’s fifth game of the season on Sunday against the Denver Broncos? Who knows!
According to our go-to football site – that would be ProFootballTalk.com – NFL coaches are not happy with how the league is handling the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Maybe it is time to switch to a bubble?
LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers are one win away from winning the 2020 National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals – LA beat the Miami Heat last night by a score of 102-96.
While we anxiously await for the fifth game to tip-off, we did learn this morning that LeBron James will now be the face of Wheaties, which many consider “the breakfast of champions.” Serena Williams was previously on the front of the cereal box.
Switching gears to tech and sports business, Benita Fitzgerald Mosley has been named the Head of Community and Impact, as well as the first-ever FundPlay for LeagueApps, which is “a tech operating system for youth and local sports.” To learn more about LeagueApps, hop here!
And finally, it appears as if the Barstool Sports’ SiriusXM channel may be no longer, according to both Awful Announcing and Dave Portnoy, who tweeted yesterday afternoon the following: “I’d say we’re 99.9% out of Sirius.”