Justin Thomas has been named Player of the Year by PGA of America. This is his 2nd POTY award from the PGA, with the first coming in 2017. The PGA of America POTY is a points-based award (not to be confused with the PGA Tour’s Player of the Year Award).
Justin Thomas also collaborated with putter designer/manufacturer Scott Cameron on a new mallet-styled putter that’s a replica of the one JT currently uses.
Landon Collins appears on this week’s edition of the John Keim Report podcast. Keim is ESPN’s beat writer covering Washington.
Mark Barron is currently out with a hamstring injury, which he apparently suffered in a scrimmage last Friday night. Severity of the injury isn’t known yet, but sounds like he’ll be questionable for Week 1.
Here’s a film review on how Ronnie Harrison can contribute to the Browns’ defense.
Oakley has signed Trevon Diggs to an individual endorsement deal as part of its “We Shape the Future” campaign. Diggs joins the likes of Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, Aaron Jones, Derwin James, and JuJu Smith-Schuster as brand ambassadors for the campaign.
Haylie McCleney did a live interview on Instagram with the Taylor Hooton Foundation. McCleney was recently named to the ALLME advisory board for the foundation, which focuses on educating youth on the dangers of anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing drugs.
NFL roster cuts have freed up some uniform numbers, and a few guys are making the switch. Landon Collins goes from 20 to 26. Trevon Diggs is replacing 31 with 27. Anfernee Jennings is now 58 (was 74).
Full clip of Spencer Turnbull’s post-game press conference following tonight’s win.
- Cam Sims’ practice squad status has been protected for Week 1 (no team can sign him off the Washington practice squad before the end of Week 1).
- Haylie McCleney was picked by Team Reed in the 3rd round of Athletes Unlimited’s Week 3 draft.
BASEBALL Detroit 8, Milwaukee 3. Spencer Turnbull (W, 4-2) – 6 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 3 BB, 3 K; 88 pitches. Philadelphia 6, Boston 5 (Gm 1, F/7). Tommy Hunter – 0.2 IP, 2 R, 2 H, 0 BB, 0 K, 1 HBP, 1 HR allowed. Pittsburgh 5, Chicago White Sox 4. Matt Foster (H, 1) – 1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 2 K.