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‘The Sporting News 7’ podcast: Tom Brady addresses retirement rumors, Steph Curry on fire

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Tom Brady confirms there’s no confirmation on retirement, “human torch” Steph Curry is back on form and Cincinnati schools will be closed the day after the Super Bowl. 

For a rundown of those stories and more, check out The Sporting News 7, a podcast that brings you the seven biggest sports stories in seven minutes at 7 a.m. ET every weekday. 

Building on the award-winning journalism of The Sporting News, you’ll get all you need to know in one handy, bite-sized podcast hosted by Demetria Obilor. 

The Sporting News 7 is a unique take on the day’s biggest talking points in sports, and you can find it on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts.

Here are the seven stories you’ll hear about on Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2022: 

  • Tom Brady retirement rumors: The Bucs QB spoke publicly for the first time since news broke over the weekend that he was planning to retire, but didn’t do much to clear things up. UPDATE: Brady made it official Tuesday morning, announcing on social media that he plans to retire. 
  • Woods, Kupp share a moment: An emotional exchange between injured Rams receiver Robert Woods and teammate Cooper Kupp was caught on camera.
  • Harbaugh watch continues: It looks like Minnesota might be Jim Harbaugh’s preferred landing spot if he decides to leave Michigan and return to the NFL. 
  • Curry on fire: An old Steph Curry nickname resurfaced as “The Human Torch” lit up the Rockets for 40. 
  • Stewart’s Seattle return: WNBA star Breanna Stewart is expected to sign a one-year deal with the Seattle Storm after battling injuries two of the last three seasons. 
  • Transfer window closes: The world’s top soccer clubs finalized roster additions on deadline day, including new Everton manager Frank Lampard adding a pair of players. 
  • School’s out in Cincinnati: Some believe the day after the Super Bowl should be a national holiday, and they’re rolling with it in Cincinnati, as the city announced schools will be closed Feb. 14. 

 

 



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