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The Wolf Sports Newsletter: June 9, 2024

This week’s Wolf Sports Weekly starts with horrible news.


Rest in Peace, Khyree Jackson



Vikings rookie cornerback Khyree Jackson and two friends, Isaiah Hazel and Anthony Lytton Jr., were killed in a car accident in Maryland over the weekend.


  • Investigators believe alcohol was a contributing circumstance for the woman that struck their vehicle, sending them off the road.
  • The Vikings said they are “devastated” by the news, and head coach Kevin O’Connell said in a statement that in their short time together “it was evident Khyree was going to develop into a tremendous professional football player, but what was more impressive was his desire to become the best person he could be for his family and those around him.”
  • Our thoughts and prayers are with Jackson, Hazel, and Lytton and their families and friends.


NFL news and notes


NFL training camps for every team get underway within the next couple of weeks, and we are in the calm before the storm.


Steelers cornerback Cameron Sutton was suspended eight games by the NFL for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Sutton was released by the Lions early this offseason after a domestic violence incident.


The Bears are allowing safety Jonathan Owens time off from training camp to watch his wife and superstar gymnast Simone Biles participate in the Paris Olympics this summer.


The Texans brought back pass rusher Jerry Hughes, who is entering his 15th NFL season.


The Patriots signed linebacker Jahlani Tavai to a three-year extension, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss.


The Rams re-signed safety John Johnson III, who was back with the team last year after starting his career with them from 2017-2020.



The Browns’ beloved mascot SJ passed away at the age of five.



Other Sports Updates


The 2024 MLB All-Star rosters are set and include 32 first-timers. More MLB highlights from last week include:


  • Twins’ Jose Miranda tied the MLB record with a hit in 12 consecutive at-bats.
  • The Marlins designated former All-Star shortstop Tim Anderson for assignment.
  • Astros outfielder Joey Loperfido might have made the catch of the year to rob a home run:



Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal were eliminated in his final European Championship, and the tournament is down to its final four of Spain, France, Netherlands, and England. Semifinals take place today and tomorrow before the final this Sunday.


Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix. And the first look at F1 staring Brad Pitt (out in 2025) released.


British tennis star Andy Murray played his final time at Wimbledon.


New Seattle Kraken assistant Jessica Campbell has become the first female coach in NHL history.


Keegan Bradley has been named the United States’ captain for the 2025 Ryder Cup.


The Yankees gave out a George Costanza bobblehead last Friday for Seinfeld Night.



WWE legend John Cena announced that he will be retiring in 2025.



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