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Olympic men’s rugby action begins with the United States taking on World No. 4 France in a Pool C matchup. Watch on Peacock!
Track the journey of this year’s Olympic torch as Friday’s Opening Ceremony in Paris nears.

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  • NYM Second Baseman #1
    McNeil’s second-half hot streak continued during Tuesday’s Subway Series opener when he smacked a go-ahead homer off Yankees reliever Michael Tonkin in the sixth inning. The 32-year-old has clearly unlocked something over the last few days, homering a whopping four times in five contests since the All-Star break.
  • LAA Center Fielder #27
    It’s not an encouraging development that Trout, who had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee on May 3, lasted just two innings in his return to game action on Tuesday night when he was expected to complete at least five innings in center field. This latest setback likely extinguishes any hope that he’ll return at some point later this week, but that remains to be seen. There should be some additional clarity on his status in the coming days.
  • DET Starting Pitcher #29
    Feinsand adds that it’s “unclear where talks stand between Detroit and either of the clubs, but if the Tigers decide to make Skubal available, other teams are expected to enter the fray, creating a sweepstakes feel to the situation.” There’s some uncertainty whether Detroit is actually considering dealing Skubal, who boasts a pristine 2.34 ERA, 0.92 WHIP and 146/22 K/BB ratio across 123 innings (20 starts) this season. However, he would command an astronomical prospect package in return since he’s arbitration-eligible through 2026. The more likely scenario, adds Feinsand, is the Tigers dealing resurgent impending free agent Jack Flaherty to a “rotation-needy contender.” We’re still a few days away from any decisions here, but it sounds like there are at least a handful of clubs preparing to make a serious push to pry Skubal away from Detroit.
  • ATL Starting Pitcher #51
    With rain in the forecast throughout the evening in Atlanta, there simply wasn’t a clear window to get this one in. It’ll be made up as a split doubleheader on Wednesday instead. Tuesday’s original starting pitchers -- Nick Martinez and Chris Sale -- will presumably be pushed back to take the ball at some point during Wednesday’s twin bill at Truist Park.
  • LAA Shortstop #2
    Rengifo is back at designated hitter and batting second on Tuesday night against the division-rival Mariners following a two-week absence due to right wrist inflammation. The 27-year-old shortstop has been a revelation this season for fantasy managers, thanks to an unexpected uptick in the batting average and stolen base departments. He’s batting a career-best .315 (79-for-251) with six homers and a career-high 22 stolen bases across 269 plate appearances through 69 games.
  • SEA Center Fielder #44
    The concern here for fantasy managers is that Rodríguez has been diagnosed with a high ankle sprain, which typically takes much longer to heal than a typical sprained ankle. It also contradicts what Mariners manager Scott Servais said late Monday when he told reporters Rodríguez was day-to-day with a mild ankle sprain that he suffered during Sunday’s game against the Astros. No word yet on how long he’ll be sidelined, but it seems like it could be at least a couple weeks. Stay tuned.
  • MIN Third Baseman #64
    Miranda is going to require at least a couple minor league contests to get back up to speed after landing on the injured list prior to the All-Star break due to a lower back strain. The 26-year-old corner infielder has been one of the hottest hitters in baseball prior to his injury, batting .400 (42-for-105) with three homers, 23 RBI and one steal over his last 30 games. Barring something unexpected, there’s a chance he’s back with the Twins later this week.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #34
    Senga will ostensibly take over Christian Scott’s spot in New York’s starting rotation after the rookie landed on the injured list with a right UCL sprain. The 31-year-old right-hander has been on the shelf since spring training due to persistent shoulder issues and several setbacks. He’s looked sharp in a handful of minor league rehab outings and should make an instant impact for fantasy managers, especially in the strikeout department.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #45
    Not great. The severity of the issue is a bit unclear at the moment since the Mets are still waiting for doctors to review his MRI results. However, it certainly appears likely that Scott is facing an extended absence, even if it’s merely a sprain and not a complete tear. The 25-year-old rookie right-hander, who holds a pedestrian 4.56 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 39/12 K/BB ratio across 47 1/3 innings (nine starts) this season in his first taste of the majors, is universally-regarded as one of the top pitching prospects in baseball, so it’s a big loss for New York. There should be some clarity on his status soon, but fantasy managers should prepare for the possibility that his season is over.
  • NYY Center Fielder #89
    Yankees manager Aaron Boone told reporters Domínguez, who has been on the shelf since mid-June due to an oblique strain that he suffered back at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, is likely to return to game action within the next week. The 21-year-old top prospect likely would’ve made it back to New York a couple weeks ago, if not for the ailment. He figures to need at least a couple weeks of games in the minors to ramp back up before potentially making his season debut.

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Mike Florio discusses the reports of the NFL creeping towards implementing an 18-game regular season and analyzes the motivations for teams, players and fans to agree with the move.

NBC Sports Podcasts

NFL

The Brian Flores lawsuit continues to be caught at square one of the litigation process, with the question of whether he’ll be required to submit all of his claims to arbitration still not resolved.
I didn’t want you to buy it on Saturday, when it would have cost $3.99.
The Panthers are looking at adding some veteran help at edge rusher.
Center Ryan Kelly is kicking off his ninth season with the Colts, but he’ll have to wait a while to see if he’ll be around for a full decade.

Rotoworld

Ben Baby joins the Rotoworld Football Show to offer insights on the Cincinnati Bengals’ handling of quarterback Joe Burrow’s wrist injury and how it could trickle down to the rest of the skill position players.
Mike DeFabo of The Athletic joins the Rotoworld Football Show to sort through the Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback situation with Russell Wilson and Justin Fields now in the fold.
Get ready for the 2024 season and another year of fantasy football action as our writers preview every squad’s offensive outlook, win totals and more.
Lawrence Jackson breaks down the 2024 Jets from every angle, including the passing game, running game and win total.

Motor Sports

The 2024 Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Motocross Championship features a “Lapathon” benefitting St. Jude.
Tyler Reddick’s teammate, Bubba Wallace, moves into the top 10 this week.
NASCAR’s Elton Sawyer also went over the decision to end the Cup race at Indianapolis under caution.

Golf

Simpson is a three-time Ryder Cupper and the first vice captain under Bradley for the 2025 Ryder Cup.
Memories of the 2024 men’s major season, which includes both highs and lows.
Simpson won the 2012 U.S. Open and has been a member of three U.S. Ryder Cup teams.
Ryan Lavner writes that after his Open Championship victory, his second major of the year, Schauffele has a case for Player of the Year.
Carnevale, a former PGA Tour winner, had been calling tournaments for Sirius XM Radio.
There is a lot to play for over the final two weeks of the PGA Tour regular season.

MLB

George Bissell breaks down several young players set for expanded roles following next week’s trade deadline.
Christopher Crawford updates his list of the top fantasy prospects who can help fantasy teams in 2024 that are still in the minors.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down why there is value in the Texas Rangers to make the AL Postseason.
Vaughn Dalzell shares why he sees value in the Pittsburgh Pirates to make the National League postseason.

NBA

The Dan Patrick crew discusses the auction for Kobe Bryant’s old locker, noting the current estimated price is over $1 million.
The Rotoworld basketball crew picks summer standouts and flops from the action in Las Vegas.
The foundation for this year’s growth had been laid on the court and in the league office.
After the Clippers trade Russell Westbrook to Utah, where he is expected to sign with the Nuggets later, the Dan Patrick Show looks back on the former MVP’s career and how the move to Denver could play out.

Betting

Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick look at the NFL Offensive Player of the Year betting market, analyzing why Baltimore Ravens running back Derrick Henry could be an underrated candidate.
Bet the Edge analyzes the chances of Deshaun Watson turning things around in his third year with the Cleveland Browns, debating whether the veteran quarterback has any upside left.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick evaluate the Baltimore Ravens 2024 schedule, explaining why the NFL did them no favors after finishing the 2023 season with the best record in the league.

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
Fans will get to see Arsenal versus Manchester United in Los Angeles, Aston Villa visiting Borussia Dortmund, and Premier League champions Manchester City against Barcelona and AC Milan.
The men’s soccer competition at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games promises emerging young talent and familiar overage stars, and Premier League players fit into both of those categories as the 2024 Olympics.
The Premier League summer transfer window is in full flow ahead of the 2024-25 season and there are plenty of big questions cropping up.

College Football

Matt Rhule and the Nebraska Cornhuskers have a big recruiting weekend on tap.
Four-star quarterback Landon Duckworth is set to visit UCF next weekend.
Media days are usually predictable affairs. Except when Lane Kiffin is involved.
Four-star Trey McNutt, the No. 20 player in the Rivals250, plans to announce his decision on Aug. 3.

College Basketball

Four-star Miikka Muurinen is poised for a big jump in the Rivals150 ranking.
Five-star Ikenna Alozie is ranked No. 6 in the 2026 Rivals150.
It was business as usual for at Peach Jam for five-star Cameron Boozer.
Brownell received a new, five-year contract worth $20 million after leading the Tigers to the Elite Eight.

Local coverage

Here are some key dates, storylines, links and more as the Eagles begin their 2024 training camp.
Fred Warner sees Brandon Aiyuk’s contract situation as a good problem to have for 49ers.
The QB competition at Patriots training camp will be exciting.
Caleb Williams and the offense checked an important box on Day 3 of camp, but it was far from a perfect day for the rookie QB

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Stan Bowman hired as Edmonton Oilers general manager and executive vice president of hockey operations after Blackhawks assault scandal.
The 2024 Olympics in Paris are on the horizon and the soccer tournaments are going to be incredible.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is fully cleared for training camp and the unquestioned starter.
Commanders rookie defensive tackle Johnny Newton has hit the field at training camp.
49ers receiver Brandon Aiyuk will apparently be staging a hold-in this training camp, as he and the organization have not been able to reach an agreement on a new contract.