MLS started individual workouts on Wednesday. MLB is starting to look at startup dates. The NFL is discussing how to open team facilities. Despite some concerns about the virus increasing once things open back up, sports leagues are beginning the process of preparing to play again.
Here is your daily Dr. Feelgood…
– Kansas lowered season ticket prices for the 2020-21 season for basketball. The lowest season ticket package was dropped from $975 to $500.
– Kansas received the NCAA’s response to the statement Kansas gave on the notice of allegations it recently received. The next step in the process is for a hearing to be scheduled for Kansas to present its case to the NCAA.
– Sporting players began individual workouts at the team’s facility on Wednesday.
IN THE NEWS…
– Major League Baseball will present a proposal to the players’ union within a week regarding how to start the season. Teams are reportedly telling players to get ready and get in shape.
– The NFL issued a memo to clubs regarding protocols for how team facilities should be reopened. Players will not be allowed in the facilities in phase one except for rehabilitation and therapy that started prior to facilities being closed.
– CBS Sports signed football analyst Charles Davis away from FOX Sports to replace Dan Fouts on its #2 NFL crew along with play-by-play voice Ian Eagle and sideline reporter Evan Washburn. Trent Green was reportedly also being considered for the position.
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