There are still no live sports on television for everyone to get their fixes in, but several events are not far away.

Actually, the UFC held a pay per view event in Jacksonville over the weekend, albeit with no fans in attendance.

But next weekend there will be live televised events as NASCAR resumes its season at the Darlington Raceway on May 17. The same track will hold another event on Wednesday, May 20 before moving to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for a Saturday/Wednesday doubleheader. All of these races will be without fans.

Also on May 17, golfers Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson will team up against Ricky Fowler and Matthew Wolff in a Skins Game that will raise funds to benefit coronavirus relief.

Then on May 24, in another charity event, Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning will face off against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady.

The official PGA Tour announced plans to return to action in mid-June at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. 

The National Football League released its schedule for this fall with plans to hopefully start the season on time. The schedule moves two games for the Jacksonville Jaguars from London back to Jacksonville as all international games were canceled for this season.

Former NFL coach Don Shula passed away last week at the age of ninety. Shula, the winningest coach in NFL history won two Super Bowls with the Miami Dolphins including the only perfect season in 1972. Shula won 347 regular season and playoff games in his coaching career.

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed veteran quarterback Mike Glennon to add some experience at the position and serve as the backup to Gardner Minshew.

Major League Baseball has proposed playing an 80 game schedule with an expanded postseason. The teams would play only teams in their division and those in the same geographical division from the other league to limit travel and play in as many home parks as possible.

The NBA has reopened practice facilities, but a decision to resume the season could be stretched into June.