There's a good chance La Liga will use Germany's Bundesliga as a template for its games, likely without any fans in attendance and with strict protocols in order to ensure safety for all those involved. Whether or not fans will be allowed remains to be seen. That has not yet been confirmed by the league or Spanish authorities. Teams in La Liga began group training over the last week. At the start of June, teams will be permitted to train in full. … [Read more...] about La Liga return set for June 11 with Sevilla vs. Real Betis; Messi’s Barcelona holds slim lead over Real Madrid
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Browns general manager Andrew Berry declined to get into detail on Cleveland's reported interest in any player — let alone Clowney — during last month's teleconference with reporters, saying he would not speculate about players absent from the current roster. However, one could look closer at his comments about Clowney and see that the three-time Pro Bowler fits what the new regime is trying to build. … [Read more...] about Insider says Cleveland Browns lead for Jadeveon Clowney
“You can practice all you want, but when you get into games it feels a little bit different. The traditional, old-school way of doing it where you have one guy play 65 games and the backup would come in and mop up once in a while, wouldn’t get that many starts, was tough on backups for rhythm and feeling ready so I think having two guys going all the time helps them be ready when they do play.” … [Read more...] about Are the Sabres the real deal?
Per Over The Cap, the Packers have $13,874,370 in available cap space -- around $5 million of which goes to draft picks, leaving them with just under $9 million in available cap space. Green Bay could use the available money to sign another free agent if they wish or roll that cap space over into next year, one in which the Packers have nearly $40 million available to spend at this time. … [Read more...] about Guard Lane Taylor takes pay cut as Packers save $3 million in cap space, per report
follow Roger Gonzalez is an award-winning writer based in Virginia that has covered pro soccer from Europe's top clubs to Argentina's first division. Roger started out his pro soccer writing career with Goal.com... Full Bio … [Read more...] about Bundesliga table, standings: Bayern Munich closing in on title after another victory