Kansas basketball and football are in the news today. The Chiefs agreed to a one-year contract with one of its own wide receivers. And Major League Baseball now knows the parameters necessary for its season to begin.
Here is your daily Dr. Feelgood…
– The Chiefs agreed on a one-year, $2.3 million contract with WR Demarcus Robinson.
– Reggie Ragland reached an agreement with the Detroit Lions.
– Kansas agreed to a home-and-home series with Gonzaga. The first game will be at Kansas in December of 2022. The return game at Gonzaga will be in December of 2023.
IN THE NEWS…
– The Big 12 conference has decided to allow virtual meetings between athletes, coaches and staff beginning Monday. The Big 12 was the last of the Power 5 conferences to agree to this.
– Major League Baseball reached an agreement with the players on when the season will start. The season will not begin until there are no bans on mass gatherings, there are no travel restrictions and medical experts determine games will not pose a risk to the health of teams and fans. The sides agreed to considering playing games in empty stadiums as well as well as playing at neutral sites.
PODCAST: In the Sunday night podcast l discussed another Chiefs’ re-signing and a player lost, an exciting new home-and-home series for Kansas basketball, a Major League Baseball decision on when the season will start and an in-depth look at the current state of college sports and where things are headed after an abrupt end to the winter and spring sports seasons. Give it a listen wherever you get your podcasts.
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