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MLB suspends Marlins’ minor leaguer Roy Morales

The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that Miami Marlins Minor League catcher Roy Morales has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

The suspension of Morales, who is currently on the roster of the Single-A Jupiter Hammerheads of the Florida State League, is effective immediately.




NFL Media adds veteran reporter Tom Pelissero

​​To Contribute to NFL Network &​

Veteran NFL reporter Tom Pelissero has joined NFL Media, it was announced today. Pelissero will begin with NFL Media starting July 1 and will contribute to NFL Network and

Pelissero (@TomPelissero) joins NFL Media from USA Today where he covered the NFL nationally since 2013. During his time at USA Today, his team earned an Associated Press Sports Editors Top 10 award. He began his career in 2003, reporting on the Minnesota Vikings for After a stop with the Eau Claire (Wis.) Leader Telegram, Pelissero covered the Green Bay Packers for the Green Bay Press Gazette and the Vikings for 1500 ESPN Twin Cities.

Pelissero’s work also includes hosting radio shows on SiriusXM NFL Radio and 1500 ESPN Twin Cities which he will continue to do in his role with NFL Media.

The Boston College graduate lives in Minneapolis with his wife, Sara, and their two children.


NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films,, NFL Now, NFL Mobile from Verizon and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can also be streamed live on smartphones through NFL Mobile from Verizon, as well as other digital platforms through Watch NFL Network on tablet (NFL Mobile, Watch NFL Network and NFL on Windows 10 apps), PC (, Xbox One and Xbox 360 (NFL on Xbox app) and other connected TV devices (NFL app on Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV). Watch NFL Network access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to



MLB players waiting for fans to get final ballots in by 11:59 pm tonight for 2017 All-Star Game

With All-Star balloting set to end tonight at 11:59 p.m. (ET), five positional races are set up for down-to-the-wire finishes, including the starting spot at third base in both leagues, in fan voting for the 2017 MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard. The 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, available exclusively online via, Club sites and mobile devices, closes tonight, setting the stage for Sunday’s official announcement of the American League and National League All-Star Teams on the “Esurance All-Star Selection Show” on ESPN at 7:00 p.m. (ET) – prior to the network’s 8:00 p.m. (ET) “Sunday Night Baseball” telecast featuring the Washington Nationals at the St. Louis Cardinals.

In the American League, a triumvirate of third basemen is vying for the start with less than 60,000 votes separating all three players. Miguel Sanó (MIN) continues to lead the way with 1,764,734 votes, followed very closely by José Ramírez (CLE – 1,730,869) and Josh Donaldson (TOR – 1,671,408). A second tight three-player race in the AL balloting is for the designated hitter spot, where new leader Corey Dickerson (TB – 1,616,809) holds a small edge over both Nelson Cruz (SEA – 1,557,747) and Edwin Encarnacion (CLE – 1,505,226).

The National League has three of its own close races coming down the stretch, including at first base where Anthony Rizzo (CHI – 1,915,790) is trying to catch Ryan Zimmerman (WSH – 1,989,104) and trails by less than 75,000 votes. At third base, Nolan Arenado (COL – 2,426,431) is vying to hold off Kris Bryant (CHI – 2,322,249), while Zack Cozart (CIN – 2,260,205) maintains a narrow lead over Corey Seager (LAD – 2,151,923).


For regional analysis of these closest races in the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot, go to’s data visualization map.


Following Sunday’s announcement of the American League and National League All-Star rosters, fans will begin voting to select the final player for each League’s 32-man roster via the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote. Fans will cast their votes from a list of five players from each League over the balloting period. Now in its 16th season with over 680 million votes cast, fans again will be able to make their Final Vote selections on, Club sites and their mobile devices. The winners of the Final Vote will be announced live on MLB Network’s MLB Tonight on Thursday, July 6th at 6:00 p.m. ET.

MLB All-Star Week includes the MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard at Marlins Park (July 11th), Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby (July 10th), All-Star Sunday featuring the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game and All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (July 9th), All-Star FanFest at the Miami Beach Convention Center (July 7th-11th), plus a lineup of additional events taking place around the city. The 88th Midsummer Classic will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 180 countries. FOX Deportes will provide Spanish language coverage in the United States, while ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio Deportes will provide exclusive national radio coverage of the All-Star Game. MLB Network, and Sirius XM also will provide comprehensive All-Star Week coverage. For more information about MLB All-Star Week and to purchase tickets, please visit and follow @AllStarGame on social media.




Free Youth Football Camps in local cities being hosted by current & former NFL players, coaches












NFL Foundation Awards $1 Million to Support Youth Football Camps

Camps Part of ‘Play Football’ Summer Activities

As part of summer camp season festivities, 350 current and former NFL players and coaches will host free, non-contact youth football camps for more than 80,000 children, it was announced today. The NFL Foundation, the NFL’s nonprofit organization representing all 32 clubs, has awarded $1 million in grants to support youth football camps. Kids can Play Football all summer through additional NFL Foundation-funded camps and events hosted by Clubs and NFL partners such as USA Football.  ​​

The Youth Football Camp Grant Program, in its 20th year, recognizes NFL players and coaches who give back to communities in their hometowns or club markets and offer young athletes the opportunity to play in a healthy and fun environment. Camps are hosted throughout the country and focus on teaching proper technique across varying skill levels and emphasize teamwork and sportsmanship.

NFL Foundation grant recipients hosting camps this summer include: Buffalo Bills linebacker LORENZO ALEXANDER; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback BLAKE BORTLES; Green Bay Packers wide receiver RANDALL COBB; Carolina Panthers linebacker THOMAS DAVIS; Kansas City Chiefs safety ERIC BERRY; NFL Legend GREG JENNINGS; Denver Broncos linebacker SHANE RAY; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver TORREY SMITH; and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach MIKE TOMLIN.

“The NFL is proud to support current and former NFL players and coaches as they give back to their communities and expand opportunities for children to play football and have fun,” said NFL Commissioner ROGER GOODELL. “This summer, thousands of children will attend these free camps and learn the fundamentals of football directly from members of the NFL family who are outstanding role models both on and off the field.”

“My parents taught me from a young age to think about others’ needs in addition to our own. That’s why holding youth camps is so important to me and why we do it each year,” said Kansas City Chiefs safety ERIC BERRY, who is hosting his third NFL Foundation-funded youth football camp. “By hosting these youth camps, I hope to take some of the burden away from these kids’ parents while offering them the opportunity to get out here and have some fun. I’m honored to have the ability to give back to the communities that have given me so much along the way.”

200 of the camp grant recipients are working with USA Football to host FUNdamentals Camps this summer, which introduce young athletes to football by teaching basic skills. All drills at FUNdamentals camps are based on USA Football’s Player Progression Development Model, ensuring participants learn in an age-appropriate manner.

“The team nature of the military and sports hold distinct similarities – both can foster exceptional character and inspire extraordinary achievement,” said Retired Army General Raymond Odierno, chairman of USA Football, who served as the 38th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army from 2011-15. “Playing football afforded me these qualities and USA Football’s FUNdamentals camps, made possible through the NFL Foundation, deliver this to thousands of kids today. Our fun and forward-thinking programs open doors to fitness, friendships and life-enriching values that last a lifetime.”

First-time coaches at camps funded through the NFL Foundation must complete an online Coach Smart course with instruction on player health and safety fundamentals, including preventing, recognizing and responding to dehydration and overheating, concussion and sudden cardiac arrest.

The NFL has long supported players’ philanthropic endeavors and the NFL Foundation has awarded more than $7 million in grants to support free, non-contact youth football camps hosted by current and former players and coaches since 1998.

For a full list of 2017 NFL Foundation Youth Football Camp Grant Recipients click here.

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About the NFL Foundation: The National Football League Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of those touched by the game of football – from players at all levels to communities across the country. The NFL Foundation represents the 32 NFL clubs and supports the health, safety and wellness of athletes, youth football, and the communities that support our game. For more information on The NFL Foundation, visit:

About USA Football: USA Football designs and delivers premier educational, developmental and competitive programs to advance and grow the sport. As the sport’s national governing body, member of the U.S. Olympic Committee and organizer of the U.S. National Team for international competition, USA Football partners with leaders in medicine, child advocacy and athletics to support positive football experiences for youth, high school and other amateur players. Follow USA Football on Facebook or on Twitter.

About Play Football: Play Football is a year-round initiative celebrating youth and high school football. Play Football works to shape the football experience, advocate for safety, promote football values and connect football communities.  For more information, featured football stories, best practices and resources aimed to create a positive playing experience, please visit or follow @NFLPlayFootball. Join the conversation on social media using #LetsPlayFootball.




NFL announces 2017 Training Camp dates, locations


Following is the training camp list of sites and rookie and veteran reporting dates:


Baltimore Under Armour Performance Center Owings Mills, MD 7/19 7/26
Buffalo St. John Fisher College Rochester, NY 7/26 7/26
Cincinnati Paul Brown Stadium Cincinnati, OH 7/25 7/27
Cleveland Cleveland Browns Training Complex Berea, OH 7/23 7/26
Denver UCHealth Training Center Englewood, CO 7/23 7/26
Houston The Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, WV 7/25 7/25
Indianapolis Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center Indianapolis, IN 7/24 7/29
Jacksonville Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields Jacksonville, FL 7/19 7/26
Kansas City Missouri Western State University St. Joseph, MO 7/24 7/27
LA Chargers Jack Hammett Sports Complex Costa Mesa, CA 7/29 7/29
Miami Baptist Health Training Facility Davie, FL 7/20 7/26
New England Gillette Stadium Foxboro, MA 7/24 7/26
NY Jets Atlantic Health Jets Training Center Florham Park, NJ 7/28 7/28
Oakland Napa Valley Marriott Napa, CA 7/24 7/28
Pittsburgh Saint Vincent College Latrobe, PA 7/27 7/27
Tennessee Saint Thomas Sports Park Nashville, TN 7/28 7/28


Arizona University of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ 7/21 7/21
Atlanta Atlanta Falcons Training Facility Flowery Branch, GA 7/26 7/26
Carolina Wofford College Spartanburg, SC 7/25 7/25
Chicago Olivet Nazarene University Bourbonnais, IL 7/19 7/26
Dallas Marriott Residence Inn Oxnard, CA 7/19 7/22
Detroit Detroit Lions Training Facility Allen Park, MI 7/24 7/29
Green Bay St. Norbert College De Pere, WI 7/26 7/26
LA Rams University of California, Irvine Irvine, CA 7/26 7/28
Minnesota Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, MN 7/23 7/26
New Orleans New Orleans Saints Training Facility Metairie, LA 7/19 7/26
NY Giants Quest Diagnostics Training Center East Rutherford, NJ 7/27 7/27
Philadelphia NovaCare Training Complex Philadelphia, PA 7/23 7/26
San Francisco SAP Performance Facility Santa Clara, CA 7/27 7/27
Seattle Virginia Mason Athletic Center Renton, WA 7/29 7/29
Tampa Bay One Buccaneer Place Tampa, FL 7/25 7/27
Washington Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center Richmond, VA 7/26 7/26

Note: The first official practice of training camp for each club at the site designated above is generally held the day after the veteran reporting date.




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