"We're obviously so excited about the progress that Jaylon's making," Stephen Jones said. "We've actually had a report since the press conference and it's even more encouraging in terms of the progress that he's making. I really do think he has -- it's in God's hands in terms of how you heal medically, but -- a great opportunity to really start to have full regeneration as we close in on the season. Of course he's doing some incredible work out here already, with it not 100 percent. He's making huge jumps from each test, from each week in terms of the progress he's making. "It's certainly encouraging where he's going. I think he's going to make a big difference for our football team this year
The world of sports journalism was shaken Wednesday, as ESPN fired around 100 employees, including several dozen reporters and on-air personalities. The seemingly endless roll call of those laid off by the network produced laments about the situation from the likes of Charles Barkley, speaking on TNT, and “SportsCenter” anchor Scott Van Pelt, who survived the purge. During TNT’s coverage of the NBA playoffs, Barkley took a moment to address the turmoil at a rival sports network and express a message of solidarity. “ESPN is not our competition,” he said. “We’re in this thing together.” “I’ve been in the business a long time, we know all the people in the sports business,” Barkley said, while sitting
The collision into the boards that cause Kevin Fiala to be stretchered off during Game 1 of Nashville’s series against the St. Louis Blues resulted in a fractured femur.