By next week, the QB will either sign a long-term deal or play the 2020 season on the franchise tag, clouding his future in Dallas.
Kevin Pelton breaks down which teams arrive in Orlando with sneaky upside.
- Cowboys' Poe wants Jones to support players
- Rangers slugger Gallo tests positive for COVID-19
- Longhorns LB to sit out until 'real action is taken'
- NBA tells coaches age alone won't prevent trip
MLS is back! The aptly titled MLS is Back Tournament kicks off tonight in Orlando, Florida at Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. Despite FC Dallas being forced to pull out of the tournament after a rash of positive coronavirus tests, as well as the postponement of multiple matches, squads are set to square off in the Florida heat and humidity. ESPN's Taylor Twellman shares what life in the MLS bubble has been like so far: from training, anxiety around injury and COVID-19, to questionable sandwiches. Then, Taylor and Mina discuss the tournament format, and which teams are most primed to succeed.
Tony Reali and the national panel breakdown the Chiefs/Mahomes deal and what it means for each, as well as what this deal means for Dak Prescott and QBs with upcoming contract negotiations. Plus, Bradley Beal opts out of Orlando NBA bubble.
First Take is joined by Kendrick Perkins to discuss Dwight Howard joining the Lakers in Orlando, Mike Scott's comments on NBA's Jersey decision and how much pressure is on Jerry Jones now.
First Take 1st Hour: Pat Mahomes gets a big deal, Trump tweets on teams, and what does Mahomes' deal mean for Dak Prescott?
Stephen A. & Max react to Patrick Mahomes' record deal, debate what President Trumps tweets on sports team names mean, and what does Patrick Mahomes' new deal mean for Dak Prescott's contract talks with the Cowboys?
The Cowboys' Dontari Poe told Bleacher Report that he is leaning toward kneeling during the national anthem this season, and he hopes Jerry Jones will end his silence on racial injustice.
You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
From stars returning from injury to lineup questions that will have an outsized impact, here's what we'll be watching.
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The 2020 MLB schedule starts July 23 with a Yankees-Nationals matchup (7 p.m. ET, ESPN) followed by Giants-Dodgers (10 p.m. ET, ESPN). Opening Day for the rest of the league comes July 24, highlighted by Braves-Mets (4 ET, ESPN), Brewers-Cubs (7 ET, ESPN), Angels-A's (10 ET, ESPN) and the Rangers hosting the Rockies in the first game at Texas' new ballpark.
Joey Gallo, whom the Rangers say is asymptomatic, tested positive for the coronavirus after both a positive and a negative test last week.
The NHL and NHLPA provided a major update this weekend. Plus, what we know about the forthcoming CBA extension.
All 22 teams face big questions ahead of training camp, which begins this week in Orlando, Florida.
A week before the official opening of NBA training camps ahead of the July 30 restart, some teams are already back in action.
Some of the top college football recruits from 2019 will have expanded roles in 2020 that could allow them to break out.