As he enters his 10th NFL season, Cam Newton is looking for a new home.

In line to be paid $21.1 million in 2020 and to count for $19.1 million against the salary cap, the Carolina Panthers gave Newton permission to seek a trade on March 17. No deal came to fruition, and a week later the 2011 No. 1 pick was released.

The biggest question with Newton going forward is his health, meaning his free agency isn’t without complication during these unprecedented times. While Newton did pass a physical in Atlanta on Monday with a doctor who his agents

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The Toronto Raptors saw their bid to defend their NBA title get put on hold when the NBA suspended play over two weeks ago. With no end in sight to the league shutdown that has come in response to the widening COVID-19 pandemic, the Raptors sit frozen back as a +1600 wager on the NBA championship odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The Raptors entered the shutdown riding a four-game straight-up win streak that left them sporting a 46-18 SU mark, the third best record in the NBA. And despite struggling to reward bettors during the 2-4-1 against-the-spread run they

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Amid uncertainty due to coronavirus, Frank Lampard will not push his Chelsea players too hard.

Frank Lampard said he preferred not to just “push and push” his Chelsea players amid uncertainty over when, and if, the Premier League season will resume.

The Premier League will not resume until April 30 at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic, but it may yet be on hold even longer.

Lampard is wary of asking too much from his players with the uncertainty over the league resuming.

“It is very difficult at the moment because we have got nothing concrete in front of

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Co-owner Steve Nash led a live workout on Instagram. Staffers are calling friends and family as well as season ticket-holders to check up on them.

The Vancouver Whitecaps are staying busy — and in touch with their community.

When Major League Soccer suspended play March 12, new Whitecaps CEO Mark Pannes instituted daily 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. PT website updates on the club, league, city and COVID-19.

In addition to calling more than 300 of their customers daily, the Whitecaps have also asked staff to take time to reach out to people they know who may feel isolated to

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