Any football fans who were hoping to see the Baltimore Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns and to find out what variant of the ACTN3 gene they have went home half-disappointed this past Sunday. The Ravens won 24-10 but “rescheduled” a promotional event known as ‘DNA Day’ in which a stadium full of fans would have received free genetic-testing kits on their way to their seats. After inquiries from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid as well as the Maryland Department of Health, the event—originally set for this past Sunday—has been postponed, though no new date has been announced.
There is no more entertaining nor more lucrative professional sports league in the world than the NFL. Think about Thursday’s matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers. Or every Cleveland Browns game this decade.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s status for Monday night's game against the Detroit Lions remains in limbo. It likely won't be known until 90 minutes prior to the contest whether his injured ankle will allow him to play. The Giants plan is to have Beckham run through the early pregame warm-ups before a final decision is made on his status, an individual with knowledge of the situation told ESPN. General manager Jerry Reese, coach Ben McAdoo and members of the strength and conditioning, training and medical staffs will monitor his warm-up. Beckham is dealing with an ankle injury that kept him out of a Week 1 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. A source described