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Monday Moments You Might Have Missed


  • Brian Flores, who spent last season as the defensive assistant and line backers coach for the Pittsburg Steelers is headed out to become the defensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings. Flores was the head coach of the Miami Dolphins from 2019-2021.

  • Tom Brady signed a $375-million, 10-year deal with Fox Sports back in 2022. Monday he told Colin Cowherd during an interview on "The Herd" that he will begin his broadcasting career in the fall of 2024.

  • Denver Broncos new head coach Sean Payton saying on Monday that quarterback Russell Wilsons personal coach, Jake Heaps, will not have access the teams facility this season. Payton saying at the Monday press conference:

"That's foreign to me. That's not going to take place here. I'm unfamiliar with it. Our staff will be here, our players will be here, and that'll be it."


  • NBA board of governors have approved Mat Ishbia plans to purchase the controlling stake of both the Phoenix Suns and WNBA Phoenix Mercury. Ishbia is a mortgage executive and former Michigan State guard.

  • Brooklyn Nets Cam Thomas put up a career high 47 points on Monday night only to still be defeated by the Los Angeles Clippers 124-116. Paul George led the way for the Clippers with 29 points and Kawhi Leonard contributed 24 points. Los Angeles has won 8 of their last 10 games.


  • The Florida Panthers routed the Tampa Bay Lightning 7-1 on Monday night. Matthew Tkachuk, who was named the MVP of the NHL All-Star game just 2 days ago, had a 5-point game, scoring 2 goals. The 25-year-old saying after the game:

“I’m tired now. It is definitely a long weekend. I know people think it’s fun and stuff, but there is a lot going on. I had an unreal time this weekend and there’s nothing better than coming back, seeing the guys … and we’re really looking forward to a good home stretch to end the year.”

  • Marty Walsh, former Boston Mayor and current U.S. Secretary of Labor, is set to be named executive director of the NHL Players' Association. The announcement is expected to be named in the next few days. Walsh will replace Donald Fehr, who has held the position for the last 12 years.

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