The Indian football squad is enjoying a week off this week with the GHSA mandated “Dead Week” in place. No organized team activities are allowed to take place. The Tribe will get back to work on Monday in preparation for the upcoming season.

Jack Gowen begins his second season with the Savannah Bananas this week. They were scheduled to begin their season Wednesday and continue through early September.

Courtney Williams and all other WNBA players are scheduled to report to Bradenton, FL on July 6 and should begin the WNBA season on or around July 24.

Major league baseball owners and players finally came to an agreement to play a shortened 60-game season. Teams will play ten games against each team in their division and 20 games of interleague play. Players should be reporting to their teams soon with games hopefully to begin around July 24.

The National Football League saw their first cancellation as the annual Hall of Fame preseason game in Canton, OH between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys in part with the 2020 Hall of Fame induction ceremonies was cut from the schedule.

NBA star Vince Carter announced his retirement last week after 22 seasons on the court. Carter played for eight different teams during his career and saw his career end in March due to the coronavirus while playing with the Atlanta Hawks.

Meanwhile the NBA announced their updated schedule for play to begin in Orlando. First games will take place on July 30 and run through August 14.

Ryan Blaney held onto the lead after a restart with two laps remaining to win the rain-delayed NASCAR Cup Series race in Talledega on Monday. Blaney edged out Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. at the finish line for his fourth career win.

On Saturday, in the first of a weekend doubleheader at Pocono, Kevin Harvick held off Denny Hamlin for his 52nd career win and also picked up his first win ever on the Pocono track.

Then at the Sunday race it would be the same two drivers battling down the stretch, but the roles were reversed with Hamlin beating out Harvick for the win.

The PGA Tour made its stop at the Traveler's Championship in Connecticut over the weekend. Dustin Johnson opened the final day two shots out of the lead and rushed to the front early in the final round and after a lightning delay held on to defeat Kevin Streelman by one stroke. The win was the 21st PGA Tour win for Johnson.