J. D. Spielman, Sam Macho, Alex Reyes discussed on Football Frenzy

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I'm Doug Brown. Veteran linebacker. Sam Macho, the vice president of the NFLPA executive committee, says the league and the players still have plenty of details to figure out As training camps are about to open their obligation to provide a safe working environment for the players. That's their obligations, so if they don't do that way can't play. It's a simple of that. So if the owner Don't provide. There's there's something called either plan much returns to work protocol systems in place that I tell you what will happen if an outbreak occurs, What steps to take that they don't have that in place? We talked about it. So what will happen is that the owners don't provide a safe work environment players players are gonna be about are going to play Sam Macho on ESPN Radio Sunday morning. Many NFL players are tweeting today, asking the league to prioritize safety. As camps open wide out. J. D. Spielman, who led Nebraska in receiving yards and touchdown catches last year, is transferring to TCU. Spielman is a senior. He'll have one year of eligibility for the Horned Frogs, but he'll need a waiver from the to play this year. He's the son of Vikings GM Rick Spielman. Cardinals right hander Alex Reyes is back with the team this weekend after spending 16 days in quarantine. Reyes was asymptomatic but tested positive for covert 19 golf in the final round of the memorial. John Rahm is the leader of 13 under par by seven shots. Ahead of Ryan Palmer. Tiger Woods finishes the tournament at six over after a 76 in the final round. Going up on Friday. A few big contract signed in the NFL and some work. We have the winners, losers and dominoes and Tiger.

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