An update on what is the most dreaded part of NFL training camps; injuries that occur before the games even start. The Dallas Cowboys are not immune. Rookie receiver Ryan Switzer went down with what appears to be a hamstring injury, and had to be taken to the medical tent. When asked about the severity of Switzer’s injury, coach Garrett said he didn’t know yet. He did confirm it was a hamstring. The Cowboys are undoubtedly hoping he’s not out for long since Switzer is expected to be the primary returner for the Cowboys and integral into some of their offensive sub packages. He’ll need the time to gel with the rest of the offense. Ironically, Switzer got plenty of reps in the offseason program
Heather Hardy, in some ways, understands the monumental task Conor McGregor has taken on in his fight against Floyd Mayweather. Hardy, a 35-year-old fighter from Brooklyn, went 20-0 in her professional boxing career, then decided to follow the money and train as an MMA fighter. In Hardy's MMA debut in 2017, she knocked out Alice Yauger at Bellator 180, making the transition as successfully as one could.
There isn’t a much better way to celebrate your 24th birthday than by turning your newly-won Claret Jug into a cake. That’s exactly how Jordan Spieth marked his happy day on Thursday, thanks in part to his mom, Christine. Sunday, Spieth became just the second golfer all time (joining Jack Nicklaus) to win three legs of the Grand Slam before the age of 24. He goes for number four in two weeks at the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, N.C. Happy birthday.