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(NEW YORK) -- The Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans game, originally set for Sunday, will be rescheduled to allow more time for daily COVID-19 testing, the NFL said Wednesday.

ESPN reported that four Titans players and five team personnel members tested positive for COVID-19 this week.

The game will be played on Monday or Tuesday, the NFL said in a statement.

The Minnesota Vikings, who played the Titans over the weekend, have not reported any COVID-19 cases, an NFL spokesperson told ESPN.

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(NEW YORK) -- There's another celebrity baby on the way. This time, its from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his fiancée Brittany Matthews.

The couple, who have been dating since high school, shared their baby news with the world on Tuesday via Instagram posts.

Alongside a snapshot of Matthews, 25, holding a picture of the sonogram with Mahomes hugging her from behind, she wrote, "Mom & Dad, taking a small detour to the wedding," followed by a red heart emoji.

The Super Bowl MVP award winner, also 25, shared a closeup of the same photo to his page and kept the caption simple with one red heart emoji.

The baby news comes shortly after Mahomes and Matthews announced their engagement earlier this month.

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(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Tuesday's sports events:


Houston 4, Minnesota 1
Chicago White Sox 4, Oakland 1
Tampa Bay 3, Toronto 1
N.Y. Yankees 12, Cleveland 3

Las Vegas 66, Connecticut 63

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(NEW YORK) -- The National Football League announced Tuesday that three players for the Tennessee Titans have tested positive for COVID-19 along with five of the team's non-player personnel.

As a result, the Titans will suspend in-person club activities starting Tuesday. The Minnesota Vikings, who played the Titans on Sunday, will also suspend in-person club activities.

"Both clubs are working closely with the NFL and the NFLPA, including our infectious disease experts, to evaluate close contacts, perform additional testing and monitor developments," the NFL said in a statement Tuesday. "All decisions will be made with health and safety as our primary consideration. We will continue to share updates as more information becomes available."

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(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Monday's sports events:

Tampa Bay 2, Dallas 0

Kansas City 34, Baltimore 20


New York at Philadelphia (Canceled)

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(NEW YORK) -- For the first time, there was a female coach on both sidelines during a game between Washington and the Cleveland Browns, along with a female referee on the field.

Watch the full report below from ABC's Good Morning America:

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(NEW YORK) -- The WNBA and NBA are both gearing up for the next big showdowns in the 2020 Finals.

The WNBA's Breonna Stewart led the Seattle Storm to the finals over the Minnesota Lynx with a 92-71 victory Sunday. Stewart scored 31 points -- her career playoff high.

The Storm will next take on the Las Vegas Aces or the Connecticut Sun. Las Vegas tied the series 2-2 Sunday with a 84-75 win over Connecticut. The Aces and the Sun will play the deciding Game 5 on Tuesday.

After taking the Eastern Conference title over the Boston Celtics in Game 6 Sunday, the NBA's Miami Heat are preparing to take on LeBron James and the L.A. Lakers.

The Lakers beat out the Denver Nuggets 117-107 Saturday to become the Western Conference champs.

Watch the report from ABC's Good Morning America below:

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(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Sunday's sports events:



L.A. Dodgers 5, L.A. Angels 0
Tampa Bay 5, Philadelphia 0
Cleveland 8, Pittsburgh 6
Miami 5, N.Y. Yankees 0
Boston 9, Atlanta 1
Chicago Cubs 10, Chicago White Sox 8
Cincinnati 5, Minnesota 3


Kansas City 3, Detroit 1
Baltimore 7, Toronto 5
Oakland 6, Seattle 2
Texas 8, Houston 4

Arizona 11, Colorado 3
St. Louis 5, Milwaukee 2
San Diego 5, San Francisco 4
Washington 15, N.Y. Mets 5

Miami 125, Boston 113

Pittsburgh 28, Houston 21
Tennessee 31, Minnesota 30
Cincinnati 23, Philadelphia 23 -- OT
Chicago 30, Atlanta 26
Cleveland 34, Washington 20
New England 36, Las Vegas 20
Buffalo 35, L.A. Rams 32
San Francisco 36, NY Giants 9
Indianapolis 36, N-Y Jets 7
Carolina 21, L.A. Chargers 16
Tampa Bay 28, Denver 10
Detroit 26, Arizona 23
Seattle 38, Dallas 31
Green Bay 37, New Orleans 30


Las Vegas 84, Connecticut 75
Seattle 92, Minnesota 71

New York 4, Montreal 1
New England 2, D.C. United 0
Philadelphia 3, Miami 0
Chicago 2, Atlanta 0
Toronto FC 3, Columbus 1
Real Salt Lake 0, Minnesota 0 (TIE)
Orlando City 0, FC Dallas 0 (TIE)
Portland 1, Vancouver 0
San Jose 2, Los Angeles FC 1
Seattle 3, LA Galaxy 1
Sporting Kansas City at Houston 7 p.m. (Canceled)
Sporting Kansas City at Colorado 9 p.m. (Postponed)

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(NEW YORK) -- Here are the scores from Saturdays's sports events:

 Final  N.Y. Yankees       11  Miami          4
 Final  Tampa Bay           4  Philadelphia   3
 Final  Pittsburgh          8  Cleveland      0
 Final  Minnesota           7  Cincinnati     3
 Final  Chicago White Sox   9  Chicago Cubs   5
 Final  Boston              8  Atlanta        2
 Final  L.A. Dodgers        7  L.A. Angels    6

 Final  Seattle   5  Oakland       1
 Final  Toronto   5  Baltimore     2
 Final  Texas     6  Houston       1
 Final  Seattle  12  Oakland       3
 Final  Detroit   4  Kansas City   3

 Final  Washington   4  N.Y. Mets       3
 Final  Washington   5  N.Y. Mets       3
 Final  Milwaukee    3  St. Louis       0
 Final  Colorado    10  Arizona         3
 Final  San Diego    6  San Francisco   2

 Final  L.A. Lakers  117  Denver  107

  Final 2OT  Dallas   3  Tampa Bay   2

 Final  (2)Alabama               38  Missouri          19
 Final  Kansas St.               38  (3)Oklahoma       35
 Final  (4)Georgia               37  Arkansas          10
 Final  (5)Florida               51  Mississippi       35
 Final  Mississippi St.          44  (6)LSU            34
 Final  (8)Auburn                29  (23)Kentucky      13
 Final  (8)Texas                 63  Texas Tech        56
 Final  (10)Texas A&M            17  Vanderbilt        12
 Final  (12)Miami                52  Florida St.       10
 Final  (13)UCF                  51  East Carolina     28
 Final  (14)Cincinnati           24  (22)Army          10
 Final  (15)Oklahoma St.         27  West Virginia     13
 Final  (16)Tennessee            31  South Carolina    27
 Final  (18)BYU                  48  Troy               7
 Final  (19)Louisiana-Lafayette  20  Georgia Southern  18
 Final  (20)Virginia Tech        45  NC State          24
 Final  (21)Pittsburgh           23  (24)Louisville    20
  (7)Notre Dame  at  Wake Forest  12 p.m.  (Postponed)

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(NEW YORK) -- The skateboarding world is mourning one of the greats. Keith Hufnagel, who rose to prominence in the 90s, has died at the age of 46 following a battle with brain cancer.

Hufnagel is hailed as one of the most influential skateboarders and launched the successful HUF Worldwide skate shop brand in 2002. His company confirmed the passing on Thursday.

"We are absolutely heartbroken to deliver the news today that HUF founder Keith Hufnagel has passed away," HUF Worldwide announced via Instagram. "Keith battled brain cancer for the past 2.5 years. And though he beat the odds and fought back much longer than his diagnosis permitted, he ultimately and unfortunately lost the fight."

"Keith paved the way for all of us – as a respected professional skateboarder, shop owner, brand founder, footwear and apparel designer, creative director, and industry leader. He showed us how to do it, and how do it right," the brand continued, noting how "Keith loved skateboarding and the culture around it. He did things his way and did them for the right reasons."

HUF Worldwide offered more insight on Hufnagel's character, adding, "Keith loved and supported the people around him. He would do anything for his friends, family and children. He passionately wanted to see others succeed. And we all loved him for it."

"Keith’s legacy will continue to live on at HUF. Today, tomorrow and forever," the company concluded. "Rest in peace, Keith."

Hufnagel, a New York City-native born in 1974, was given his first skateboard when he turned 4 and went on to become a massive figure among pro skaters during the 90s and 00s.

He is survived by his wife Mariellen and their two children.

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