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FIFA Women’s World Cup

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is underway. The first two weeks consist of 32 teams split into eight groups of four. The United States Women’s National Team begins its quest for a three-peat Friday night at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT against Vietnam and will be broadcast on FOX.


The USWNT continues its Group Stage matches on Wednesday, July 26 against the Netherlands at 9 pm ET/6 pm PT. Best of luck!


Bryce Young

Bryce Young has signed a four-year, $37.9 million contract with the Carolina Panthers, meaning the No. 1 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft will report to training camp on time. Carolina’s rookies are set to report to camp on Saturday. The first practice will be Wednesday.


QB1 ✔️.


Melvin Gordon

The Baltimore Ravens announced Friday that they have agreed in principle to a one-year deal with veteran running back Melvin Gordon. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that the deal is worth up to $3.1 million.


This season will be Gordon’s ninth, playing his first five for the then-San Diego Chargers and the last couple with the Denver Broncos. He rushed 318 yards in 2022 and caught 25 passes. However, he also had five fumbles and was released by Denver after Week 11.


Gordon has 6,462 rushing yards and 55 rushing touchdowns in his career, as well as 14 touchdown catches.


New York Giants

The New York Giants are adding depth to their backfield and wide receiver room, signing RB James Robinson and WR Cole Beasley. With Saquon Barkley potentially sitting out the upcoming season, Robinson will join Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell as potential replacements – though I use that term loosely, because no one can replace Saquon Barkley.


Beasley spent last season with the Buffalo Bills and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 153 career games, the veteran wide receiver has 556 catches for 5,744 yards and 34 touchdowns.



New York Yankees

The New York Yankees are in last place in the AL East and four games back in the AL Wild Card race. Yikes. And things are getting worse, as catcher Jose Trevino needs wrist surgery and will miss the remainder of the season. Trevino has a torn ligament in his right wrist, and he told reporters it’s been an issue since spring training. He was batting .210 with four home runs and 15 RBIs this season.


Meanwhile, in better news, Aaron Judge is scheduled to take live batting practice Sunday. The Yankees star is dealing with a toe injury, after tearing a ligament in his right toe on June 3 at Dodger Stadium. The Yankees hope to have a better idea of his return after Sunday.