Daily Roundup: March 26


Mar 26, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • After he was fired from ESPN amid a leak investigation, Adnan Virk grew a beard, spoke to a therapist and watched movies that explore the relative nature of truth. “In the first couple weeks, you ask every question, think about every regret,” he told The Washington Post.
  • Major League Baseball players, who expressed their anger and consternation this spring with the growing abundance of teams’ limitations in spending to be competitive, may have to look no further than the opening-day payroll disparity to validate their criticism, writes USA Today’s Bob Nightengale.
  • The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin takes a look at the Patriots’ options for replacing Rob Gronkowski.
  • After celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti was arrested and charged with extortion attempts against Nike, he claimed he was “fighting the good fight” against “powerful people and powerful corporations” at his arraignment hearing, Sports Illustrated reports.

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