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Indians will become Guardians next season

Dan Patrick finds out the new nickname for the Cleveland Indians will be the Guardians, and they will be changing their name after the 2021 season.

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Can Cowboys coaching get team to SB this year?

Mike Florio discusses the Cowboys' coaching staff and how they can help get the team on a playoff run this season.

2020 Tokyo Olympics

Osaka lights Olympic cauldron at Opening Ceremony

Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka, 23, lights the Olympic cauldron during the Opening Ceremony at the Tokyo Olympic Games.

2020 Tokyo Olympics on Peacock

Watch the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Peacock

Peacock has highlights, must-see moments, original documentaries, and four live studio shows every day from the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

NHL OFFSEASON

Flyers take Ristolainen off Sabres’ hands

A day after trading Shayne Gostisbehere, the Flyers add Ristolainen.

NASCAR on NBC Sports

NASCAR's Olympian: Meet Tyler Paige

Tyler Paige, who is on leave at JR Motorsports, will compete in the Olympic sailing competition, representing American Samoa.

Let the games begin

Writing from Tokyo, Mike Tirico closes the series of FMIA guest columns by checking in with Drew Brees and Jon Gruden as the NFL season approaches.

NBA Finals

Behind the scenes of Monty's moment

The NBA Finals yielded an awesome moment of sportsmanship.

IndyCar on NBC Sports

Castroneves going full time in 2022

Meyer Shank Racing will field the No. 06 full time in 2022 with Helio Castroneves, and teammate Jack Harvey will be replaced in the No. 60.

Soccer News

What Sancho signing means for Manchester United

Manchester United have confirmed the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund for $100 million. What will he bring?

Golf Channel Latest

Darren Clarke halfway home to adding Senior Open title to claret jug

Darren Clarke isn’t getting ahead of himself after two good rounds at The Senior Open Championship.

Brother from Another

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NFL to have more social messaging

Michael Smith and Michael Holley react to the news that the NFL is set to use more social justice messaging during the 2021 season, and despite the gesture, both aren't convinced that the decision is entirely sincere.

On Her Turf

When 7-time Olympian Formiga was born, women in Brazil were banned from playing soccer

When Formiga was born in 1978, there was a law banning women in Brazil from playing soccer. Formiga, 43, is making her 7th Olympic appearance in Tokyo.