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The Hot Corner

On Football: About those rising NFL teams, never mind.

Mediocrity is mediocrity. You can’t hide it, especially in the NFC East, where being mediocre is a compliment.

Playing through pandemic predictably frustrating

It is all very frustrating, and especially disappointing for players asked to follow a litany of rules.

Jaguars’ Marrone: 8-game skid has soul feeling ‘ripped out’

Getting close? Improving? Moral victories? Marrone refuses to go there.

Jake Luton’s 1st NFL start for Jaguars won’t be last or best

Jake Luton’s first NFL start won’t be his last. The Jaguars don’t think it will be his best, either.

Franchise futility: Jaguars’ QB history filled with failure

Doug Marrone can’t help but chuckle when reminded what he’s had at quarterback.

Cashed Out: Rays manager roasted for pulling Snell in Game 6

The team that reached the World Series leaning largely on analytics was undone by the data.

On Football: Brady flourishing, Belichick floundering

The six-time Super Bowl champion quarterback left the Patriots to prove that he was the backbone of that dynasty.

Parade of pitchers not a merry-go-round for Dodgers

It appears the Dodgers are down to a two-man rotation of Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw.

Pandemic World Series draws smallest crowd in over century

It was the smallest Series crowd since 10,535 attended Game 6 in 1909 between the Tigers and Pittsburgh.

Say goodnight to the bad guys: Astros fall short in Game 7

The Houston Astros spent this odyssey of a season as baseball’s biggest villains.

No days off puts stress on pitchers in Division Series, LCS

Postseason games come at an unprecedented pace in this year of the pandemic.

As MLB plays on, the businesses it feeds fight for survival

The bars and restaurants around the cathedrals of baseball lie empty.

Same old issues on defense doom Dolphins against Patriots

Same from last season: poor tackling, getting off the field on third down, costly penalties.

Now that NFL supports Colin Kaepernick’s fight, what’s next?

The now supports Colin Kaepernick in his fight against racial injustice.

Bucks on the ropes, Heat look to finish historic sweep

Teams as good as the Milwaukee Bucks never get swept in the NBA playoffs. That may change Sunday.

Athlete power: ‘Shut up and play’ is tossed from the game

Police shootings of Black people has emboldened athletes to draw on the platform they’ve long commanded.

MLB’s Manfred: “We can continue to play, have a credible season”

Manfred says he’s confident his sport can get through the regular season and postseason.

Virus extends its winning streak in baseball

There’s nothing cute about the coronavirus and nothing good about baseball’s botched response.

Swamp Monsters? Red Tails? Gridlock? What might NFL call DC?

Naming opportunities are rife with ridicule, partisanship and humor.

Despite far more support, kneeling might not be widespread

There's a growing belief among some players that kneeling is no longer necessary.

For sports, coronavirus testing remains a major hurdle

Leagues know it would be a terrible look for them to jump the testing line.

Virus will make the timeline for sports, too

No sports at all as long as the new coronavirus keeps killing people across the country.

Adam Silver Seeking Answers, Which Are in Short Supply

The league is considering all options — best-case, worst-case and countless ideas in between.

NBA to Players: Avoid High-fives as Virus Concern Grows

The NBA also told teams that it is consulting with infectious disease experts.

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