Roundup: Tiger Woods Out of U.S. Open; Denver Broncos Sold to Rob Walton; Aaron Rodgers Will Retire a Packer
By Liam McKeone
Tiger Woods will skip U.S. Open, hopes to play at The Open in July ... NFL announces full preseason schedule ... BuzzFeed shares dropped 41 percent ... EU strikes deal for Apple products to use common charger ... On climber dead, four rescued on Mount Shasta ... Jif peanut butter recall expands ... A review of "Ms. Marvel" ... Stock futures dip heading into Wednesday ... Dustin Johnson leaves PGA Tour for LIV ... Family sues Meta for daughter's eating disorder ... New vaccine shot about to drop ... Kanye West splits with Chaney Jones ... John Cena meets with disabled fan who escaped from Ukraine ... Denver Broncos will be sold for $4.65 billion ... Lightning beat Rangers, tie series 2-2 ... Aaron Rodgers says he'll retire as a Packer ... Joe Maddon fired by Angels ...
But seriously, folks: Inside Hacks Season 2 [Vanity Fair]
The 200 greatest hip-hop albums of all-time [Rolling Stone]
A ‘Steel Cable’ that connects the Mets and Dodgers [New York Times]
JJ Redick, CJ McCollum pushing back on Stephen A. Smith was great TV [Awful Announcing]
How the Texans and a spa enabled Deshaun Watson’s troubling behavior [New York Times]
A disruptor to the PGA Tour is here, and professional golf may never be the same [Sports Illustrated]
The second trailer for Bullet Train.
A new Predator movie.
The teaser for the new A League Of Their Own.
Highlights from Naoya Inoue's brutal knockout of Nonito Donaire.
Oasis -- "Wonderwall"