The NFL moves the Bills’ home game against the Browns to Detroit due to the storm
ORCHARD PARK, NY (AP) — The NFL is moving the Bills’ home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit Sunday due to a lake-effect snowstorm hitting the Buffalo region. The move to relocate the game comes before the storm has even begun. The forecast is for between one to three feet of snow over the region over the weekend. The site switch means the Bills will play back-to-back games in Detroit. They have to play against the Lions on Thanksgiving.
The Commanders sued by DC for scamming fans out of ticket money
The Washington commanders were again subpoenaed by the District of Columbia. DC Attorney General Karl A. Racine announced the dismissal of a civil court lawsuit against the NFL team for cheating fans who were season ticket holders out of money. It’s the second civil lawsuit filed by Racine’s office last week after it initially accused the commanders, owner Dan Snyder, commissioner Roger Goodell and the league of colluding to deceive fans over an investigation into the company’s workplace culture. squad. The latest lawsuit comes on the heels of a high-ranking Republican on the House oversight committee saying his investigation will end early next year.
Griner began serving his sentence in the Russian penal colony
WASHINGTON (AP) — WNBA star Brittney Griner has begun serving her nine-year sentence for drug possession in a Russian penal colony. That’s according to statements from her attorneys and her agent on Thursday. Her lawyers say they visited her last week in a penal colony in Mordovia, about 350 kilometers (210 miles) east of Moscow. They say, “Brittney is doing as well as you might expect and she’s trying to stay strong as she adjusts to a new environment.” The Biden administration has been trying for months to negotiate the release of Griner and another American imprisoned in Russia, Michigan corporate security executive Paul Whelan.
Manfred is sure the Mets-Yanks collusion question will find no problem
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