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Lawsuit Claims That Giants, Jets Should
Drop ‘New York’ From Name

A class action lawsuit was filed in Manhattan by a pair of New York football fans against the New York Giants and the New York Jets. According to the New York Post, the two football fans are requesting in their $6 billion lawsuit against the Jets, Giants, and NFL that the two teams simply drop “New York” from their name. Two football fans are requesting in their $6 billion lawsuit against the Jets, Giants and the NFL that the two teams drop “New York” from their names because they play in East Rutherford, New Jersey, according the New York Post.

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Naomi Osaka Launches Her Own Sports
Agency

The 24 year old tennis star Naomi Osaka leaves sports agency powerhouse IMG to start one of her own.Partnering with her long time sports agent, Stuart Duguid, the both are set to start a new sports agency called Evolve. USA Today reports that the pair started discussing the possibility of a new sports agency at the Tokyo Olympics.

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Josh Lambo Sues Jaguars, Alleging Emotional Distress

Former Jacksonville Football player, John Lambo, is suing the franchise and alleging that former coach Urban Meyer put him through “a pattern of retaliatory harassment and a hostile work environment.” According to court documents, Lambo is seeking $3.5 million, his entire salary for 2021, and damages for reputational harm and emotional distress. He says the environment that Meyer created and the franchise affected his performance.

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Erling Haaland to Manchester City

Already viewed as one of the best football clubs, Manchester City added arguably the top young player in the game, Erling Haaland. After months of speculation and rumors, the Norwegian international made the switch from Borussia Dortmund to Man City.

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Kentucky Derby 2022 Highlights

This year May 7 was the 148th running of the famous Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky. With it being the first time in three years that Churchill Downs hosted the derby at full capacity, and an unbelievable upset victory by Rich Strike, this year’s derby was filled with highlights.

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Tennis: Rafael Nadal Loses to Young Compatriot Carlos Alcaraz

Rafael Nadal was 19 years and a little over four months old when, in October 2009, he became the youngest Madrid Masters champion. A record he lost last week when compatriot Carlos Alcaraz scored four victories and became the youngest Madrid masters finalist at 19 years and three days old.

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Miami Grand Prix – Formula 1 Has Everyone’s Engines Running for Excitement

Max Verstappen has won the first ever Miami Grand Prix after his two roaring laps. There was a safety concern on Lap 41 when the McLaren driver spun the right-rear tyre and it ripped off. Fernando Alonso was given a five-second penalty because he left the track and had an advantage on the penultimate lap.

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Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys Owner Involved in Minor Car Accident

Dallas Cowboys general manager and owner, Jerry Jones, was involved in a minor car accident and was taken to the hospital for precautionary reasons Wednesday night. The incident reportedly happened around 8 pm EST near Harry Hines Boulevard and Wolf. Shortly after, emergency vehicles came to help. According to reports, Jones only suffered minor injuries and was sent home soon. There is no indication whether or not the Cowboy’s owner was a passenger or the driver of the vehicle.

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Chicago Bears Legend Olin Kreutz Fired after Initiating a Physical Attack Against an Employee

Retired Chicago Bears center, Olin Kreutz, was fired from his job after initiating a physical attack between him and a fellow employee. The Chicago Sun-Times reported Tuesday that the former Chicago Bears center, Olin Kreutz, who has been working at a sports media startup called CHGO as an analyst, grabbed the neck of CHGO colleague Adam Hoge in response to a “flippant remark” he made Monday.

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2022 NBA Play-Offs Updates

The 2022 NBA playoff has officially kicked off and is in full swing while the second round continues into Wednesday night. As of now, the Boston Celtics and Memphis Grizzlies have both won at-home games on Tuesday night which even things out between the Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors. The Dallas Mavericks and Philadelphia 76ers hope to win and even things out against the Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns.

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UEFA Bans All Russian Teams from Champions League

The Union of European Football Associations had an executive meeting last Monday, where they decided to ban Russian teams from all competitions until further notice. The implications of this decision being that Russia’s bid to host the men’s Euros in 2028 or 2032 was also rejected, as the entire country is now deemed ineligible. The men’s national team will not be allowed to participate in Nations League, and it will be relegated at the end of the group stage to League C.

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MLB Suspends Mets’ Buck Showalter and Yoan Lopez

The Major League Baseball Association suspended and fined New York Mets manager Buck Showalter for a game after Yoan Lopez intentionally threw at Phillies player Kyle Schwarber on Sunday night during the ninth inning. Glenn Sherlock, bench coach, stepped in for the manager for the Monday night’s game. MLB’s Senior Vice President for On-Field Operations, Michael Hill, announced the punishment and suspension just 20 minutes before the initial first pitch of New York’s 5-2 loss to World Series champions, Atlanta.

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