A Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant coach has tested positive for COVID-19, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The coach’s identity was not revealed, but Schefter reports he is asymptomatic. In addition, two other Tampa Bay assistants have been quarantined.

This is the latest instance of NFL personnel contracting the coronavirus, with Ezekiel Elliott and Kareem Jackson among the high-profile players testing positive.

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An Atlanta United player has tested positive for COVID 19, becoming the fourth Major League Soccer Player to contract the virus.

The player, who was asymptomatic, was not identified because of privacy laws. The test result was confirmed Thursday, the team said, and the player is in isolation.

Atlanta will test players on Friday before resuming practice. The team has returned to full group training in anticipation of the league’s MLS is Back Tournament, set to start July 8 in Florida.

Players from FC Dallas, the Philadelphia Union and D.C. United also have contracted the virus.

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NEWTON, Iowa — There will be spectators in the stands at Iowa Speedway for two IndyCar races next month, with some fans who have already purchased tickets being moved to different seats.

IndyCar said Thursday that a limited number of tickets will be available for the races at the short oval July 17 and 18. It could be the second weekend in a row when the open-wheel series has spectators for its races.

About 5,000-6,000 tickets will be available each night at the Iowa track that is just under a mile long and has more than 25,000 permanent seats. Groups

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The RBC Heritage began two month later than usual with a little rain, a little sunshine and a lot of birdies, most of them from Jordan Spieth to turn a rough start into a furious finish.

Ian Poulter holed a 30-foot birdie putt and followed with a 5-iron to 4 feet for a birdie that closed out his round of 7-under 64, giving him a share of the lead Thursday with Mark Hubbard at Hilton Head.

“I’ve always loved coming here to play golf,” said Poulter, and he has plenty of company this year.

The RBC Heritage, typically a week

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