The TEN: 6/22/2020

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott plans to sign his $31.4 million exclusive franchise tender by Monday sources say.

2. The MLB players association postponed the vote on the league’s 60-game proposal as Commissioner Rob Manfred made late tweaks to the offer.

3. Former Miami Dolphins running back Jim Kiick, who played on the 1972 and ’73 Super Bowl championship teams, passed away Saturday at the age of 73.

4. Former Chicago Cubs All-Star shortstop Addison Russell signed a one-year $530,000 contract with the Kiwoom Heroes of the Korean Baseball Organization.

5. Former USC/Chargers center Max Tuerk passed away Sunday at the age of 26. Cause of death was not made public.

6. Every MLB team has now decided to have their spring training camp in their own home cities with the recent surge of COVID-19 in Arizona and Florida.

7. Former Portland Trail Blazers guard Clyde Drexler turns 58 today.

8. A large number of LSU football players were placed into quarantine in an effort to curtail the spread of the coronavirus.

9. UCLA football players have come together to demand their health and safety is protected as they approach a return to campus and eventually practices.

10. “I never stopped trying to improve – after 15 years of playing I was still trying to think of something I could do better throughout the course of the year.” – Clyde Drexler.

1 Comment to "The TEN: 6/22/2020"

  1. Amen's Gravatar Amen
    June 22, 2020 - 7:01 am | Permalink

    Kobe Bryant had the same mindset as Clyde “the glide” Drexler. Every athlete who wants to succeed HAS to grow and improve throughout their playing days. Failure to step-up your game is what separates the stars from the wannabes.

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