Daily Roundup: Nov. 22


Nov 22, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • Secret-power-broker equipment managers, safety tests that can be gamed, marketing over science. Sports Illustrated’s Greg Bishop explores a growing, complex and concerning football helmet industry.
  • Browns DE Myles Garrett alleges that Mason Rudolph called him a racial slur prior to last week’s brawl, sources told ESPN’s Josina Anderson and Adam Schefter. A Steelers spokesman says Rudolph denies using the slur.
  • Women’s soccer coach Brendan Faherty left Yale Athletics on Wednesday amid allegations of impropriety with his former players at the University of New Haven: one of sexual misconduct and another of a consensual sexual relationship, The Yale Daily News reports.
  • The Washington Post’s Les Carpenter with the story of an NFL player, his family’s escape from Liberia and his uncle the president.

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