ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Former Cincinnati Bengals standout Ken Riley, who was also a coach and athletic director at his alma mater Florida A&M, has died. The university made the announcement Sunday. Riley was 72. He played 15 seasons for the Bengals as a defensive back, with 65 career interceptions for 596 yards, and five touchdowns. The interceptions rank fifth in NFL history. He also recovered 18 fumbles. Before his NFL career, Riley was a four-year starter at quarterback for the Rattlers.
UNDATED (AP) — Some NBA head coaches are voicing hopes that league visibility will be an asset again in the push for social change following the death of George Floyd. Miami’s Erik Spoelstra (SPOHL’-struh) says he doesn’t think anyone is ready to move on. Orlando coach Steve Clifford seems convinced that the league’s players and coaches will take some sort of action when the season resumes.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Iowa football strength and conditioning coach Chris Doyle has been placed on administrative leave after several black former players posted on social media about what they described as systemic racism in the program. Head coach Kirk Ferentz made the announcement Saturday night and called it "a defining moment” for Iowa's football program in a video posted on the team's Twitter account.
NEWMARKET, England (AP) — For a second day, one of Britain’s top horse races has been run before an empty grandstand at Newmarket. A filly named Love was the winner of the 1,000 Guineas, giving trainer Aidan O’Brien a fourth win in five years at the classic race. Because of coronavirus restrictions, no fans were allowed.
UNDATED (AP) — Conor McGregor has announced his retirement from fighting for the third time in four years. McGregor abruptly made his latest dubious declaration on his Twitter account, where the former two-division UFC champion also announced his retirement in 2016 and 2019.