Juventus president Andrea Agnelli was banned for one year by the Italian soccer federation on Monday for his role in selling tickets to hardcore “ultra” fans that encouraged scalping. The court also fined Juventus 300,000 euros ($350,000). The ban comes less than three weeks after Agnelli was elected to chair the 220-member European Club Association. “Having taken note of today’s decision by the FIGC’s National Tribunal, Juventus preannounces its appeal to the FIGC Court of Appeal in the full conviction of its own good arguments, which have still not found adequate recognition,” the Serie A club said in a statement.
Below are players available in more than half of fantasy leagues. As an owner, you need to gauge several factors: How aggressive are your opponents? How much of your free agent acquisition budget do you have left? And how will the player you're trying to add perform the rest of the season? GERONIMO ALLISON, WR, Green Bay Packers (owned in 13 percent of leagues, according to CBSSports.com) He was on everyone's radar this week because of the injury to Randall Cobb (shoulder). Allison didn't disappoint, with six receptions for 122 yards. All fantasy owners want a Packers receiver, as Aaron Rodgers is not only one of the best quarterbacks in the game but with a leaky defense and subpar running game,
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin dodged serious injury Sunday but his left knee injury could be an issue entering Week 4, coach Ron Rivera said on Monday. Rivera said Benjamin underwent an MRI exam and "came back pretty good" after some feared the Panthers' leading received sustained another major knee injury in Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints. "There was nothing structurally wrong, which is good news because that was his repaired knee," Rivera said. Benjamin's status for Week 4 at New England will be uncertain until closer to gameday. Benjamin tore the ACL in his left knee in 2015. He has nine catches for 110 yards in three games this season. Carolina is struggling to