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Tyler Bradley and Timothy Mallard bring you Tampa Bay Sports This Morning! The Rams and the Patriots will meet in another Superbowl. Who will come out on top? Will we see the change of guard with Sean McVay getting his crack at Bill Belichick. What improvements can be made to the game?
On today's show, Rock talks the NFL playoffs ahead of the conference championship games. Who will it be? Will the young quarterbacks prevail? Plus, Rock talks the latest college football news, MMA, Desean Jackson and Brent Grimes, and much more!
The Rams haven’t been in a conference championship game since the 2001-02 season, and they only ended a 12-year playoff drought last January
Aloha Oahu! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJMM1_NKJEE The National Football League is going back to Hawaii. This time it is not the Pro Bowl but rather a pre-season game that...
The National Football League won't be staging its annual game in Mexico City because of poor field conditions at the stadium. If the NFL does return to Mexico City in 2019, the NFL may not be the only football league that will showcase its product in Mexico.
Major League Baseball is in the middle of its All Star tour of Japan. Recently, National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has plans to stage 2019 pre-season games in Germany and Switzerland with regular season games in Prague, the Czech Republic and Stockholm, Sweden.
The National Football League’s three game London home stand wraps up with the Philadelphia Eagles and Jacksonville Jaguars game. The National Football League ownership group has a very clear intent in scheduling matches in London.
In the, of course, this could happen department, the Mark Davis owned soon to be Las Vegas Raiders National Football League franchise might not have a home field in 2019. Davis’s Oakland lease ends following the last Raiders home game, regular season or playoffs, in December and if there is a playoff run in January.
It is weekend four of the National Football League season and it appears that National Football League owners do not have financial difficulties despite an erosion in television ratings, a drop in attendance although that can be pinned on the move of the Spanos family Chargers franchise from San Diego to Los Angeles and the constant talk of national anthem protests.
Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO and the owner of the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Clippers, wants a new arena for his basketball business and has decided that Inglewood, California is a great place to relocate his business.