Baker Mayfield reportedly doesn’t have interest in spending much time with his teammates. Quarterback Deshaun Watson is bringing the offensive players to the Bahamas “for some on-field work and team bonding,” according to Cleveland.com , but don’t expect to see Mayfield joining the action. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) New Report Shines A Humiliating Light On Baker Mayfield’s Collapse With The Browns https://t.co/gw68eWV0hi — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 11, 2022 Mary Kay Cabot reported that Mayfield won’t be in attendance as the Browns still attempt to move him and he rehabs his shoulder. So, while his teammates are having a blast in the Bahamas, he’ll be stateside not joining in on any of the fun! Baker Mayfield unlikely to make this #Browns offensive trip to the Bahamas that Deshaun Watson is hosting, I’m told https://t.co/DIleocmLqn — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) May 16, … [Read more...] about REPORT: Baker Mayfield Is Skipping Trip To The Bahamas For Browns Offensive Players
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Three years after California took the lead in the battle for college athlete rights as the first state to legalize name, image and likeness payments to players, another potentially game-changing bill is on the move through the state legislature in Sacramento. Senate Bill 206, signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom in the fall of 2019, made it illegal for the NCAA universities to prohibit third parties from paying college athletes for use of their NILs in endorsements, sponsorships and other appearances. But it did not ask school athletic departments to alter their budgets, which allowed for an easy passageway. In contrast, Senate Bill 1401, named the “College Athlete Race and Gender Equity Act,” cuts right to the heart of the collegiate model and the ideals of amateurism. SB 1401 would require California schools to share 50% of annual revenues in football and men’s and women’s basketball with the athletes, initiating a new era of “pay for play” — and what college sports leaders fear … [Read more...] about Think NIL blew up college sports? California is going for the knockout with new bill
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 17 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! No arrests have been made as of Tuesday in connection to the fatal stabbing of a Connecticut high school lacrosse player when a fight broke out outside an alcohol-fueled house party last weekend. James "Jimmy" McGrath, a 17-year-old junior at Fairfield College Preparatory School, was among "numerous teenagers" outside a residence on Laurel Glen Drive in Shelton, Connecticut, around 11:55 p.m. Saturday when officers responded to reports of a fight and a stabbing. CONNECTICUT HOUSE PARTY STABBING VICTIM NAMED AS 17-YEAR-OLD JAMES MCGRATH James McGrath, 17, died after he was stabbed while at a house party over the weekend. He was a junior at Fairfield College Preparatory School in Connecticut. (Fairfield College Preparatory School) A total of … [Read more...] about Connecticut lacrosse player James McGrath stabbing: No arrests in high schooler death after house party fight
Eight people were killed in Tuesday's terror attack in New York City. The victims, two New York residents and natives of Belgium and Argentina, were officially identified on Wednesday. Check back as we find out more about the two New York metropolitan area residents, Darren Drake and Nicholas Cleves, who were killed. Darren Drake Darren Drake, 32, was "the perfect son," his dad told the New Jersey Advance . He was getting his second master's degree in systems technology at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Milford, New Jersey, and was once the president of his town's school board. Darren was taking a bike ride between meetings at Moody's Investors Service, where he worked, during the time of the attack. "While other people would take cigarette or coffee breaks, he would go out and ride the bike for 15 or 20 minutes," his dad told reporters. He went to Rutgers University as an undergrad and earned his first master's degree at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He was … [Read more...] about Who are the New York City attack victims?