The NFL is fining at least three teams $250,000 each and their head coaches $100,000 each for violating rules on wearing face coverings in the bench area during Week 2, sources tell me and @MikeGarafolo .

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A wildfire in California destroyed this 9-year-old girl's baseball card collection. So her favorite baseball player Buster Posey surprised her on Zoom ❤️ (via @abc7newsbayarea )

Absolutely speechless. This is what it means to win the AAMI Victoria Derby. Denis Pagan has won premierships and dealt with some of the greatest footballers - but we never thought we'd see see him lost for words What a moment. #DerbyDay  #MelbCupCarnival 

WATCH: @ValorFootball  had a monster night on offense, defeating @football_castley  a final of 63-21 on Friday and improving to 4-0 on the year 🏈 @valorsportsnet  @CHSAA  @CastleView_HS  #9sports  #copreps  ' @arranandersen  FULL HIGHLIGHTS:

New story: Chris Paul called Barack Obama - with LeBron, Melo, Russ and Iggy on the line - at midnight after the Bucks’ wildcat strike. The former president helped the players target achievable action to return to play with their stand making a difference

Well played Will Pucovski! That's his fifth first-class ton! #SheffieldShield 

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The top-ranked 1A 🏈 team in Colorado kept it rolling tonight, as @limonathletics  took care of business at @WigginsAthletic  HIGHLIGHTS: by @QSickafoose  #9sports  #copreps 

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Marcial assures: "The bubble has not been breached." #PBAbubbleXInquirer  | @sonrdINQ 

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has tested negative for coronavirus after nearly three weeks but Serie A clubs Atalanta, Sassuolo, Crotone and Parma on Friday revealed new cases.

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