Sep 30, 2019

Daily Roundup: Sept. 30

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Head coach Jay Gruden’s future remains uncertain after Redskins’ latest dismal loss against the Giants, The Washington Post reports. So long as the Chicago Bears have Khalil Mack and that defense, it doesn’t matter whether it’s Mitch Trubisky or Chase Daniel at quarterback, writes USA Today’s Nancy Armour. Ariel [...]

Sep 26, 2019

Daily Roundup: Sept. 26

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Jimmy Traina’s latest SI media podcast features ESPN’s Matthew Berry on covering fantasy sports for a living and Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand on the latest sports media news items. Dave Miley thinks he can be the International Tennis Federation’s next president. He will find out if [...]

Sep 25, 2019

Daily Roundup: Sept. 25

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: “Peyton, somewhere along the line, would like to be back in football — in ownership or front office or something,” Archie Manning told the USA Today. Jay Gruden is confident that Washington can still turn its season around with Case Keenum, but MMQB’s Connor Orr asks how [...]

Sep 24, 2019

Daily Roundup: Sept. 24

Catch up on today’s sports news: Philadelphia Flyers mascot Gritty is celebrating his first birthday today. ESPN breaks down how he catapulted to stardom. Always Late with Katie Nolan will make its ESPN2 premiere at 12:30 a.m. Thursday. Sports Illustrated talks with Nolan about the move. Yellow flags have rained down through the early part [...]

Sep 23, 2019

Daily Roundup: Sept. 23

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: USA Today’s Bob Nightengale says the Chicago Cubs’ weekend meltdown officially signals the end of the Joe Maddon era. ESPN’s Booger McFarland called FedEx Field a great, “iconic” venue and said Bruce Allen has done a “solid job” running the Redskins. Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes battled [...]