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Apr 21

Report: Expected that Mack’s extension will be done before camp

While Khalil Mack opting not to show up for the first day of the Oakland Raiders offseason program has sent some fans into a spiral, there doesn’t seem to be any major reason for concern just yet.

A league full of coaches and personnel executives who had spent and would go on to spend the majority of their lives working in the game of football were not able to pick between a trio of future Hall of Famers and two guys who would fail to make a single Pro Bowl. (Ken O’Brien, drafted after Eason and before Marino, at least made two Pro Bowls over his 10-year career.)

Thirty-five years later, I’m not entirely convinced we’ve gotten much better at evaluating quarterbacks. The league has access to more information than ever before, but the job has become tougher. A wider range of passing offenses at the collegiate level have made it more difficult for obstinate coaches to translate amateur success into bland professional schemes. Passers come better prepared for the pre-draft process than ever before and are far more selective about throwing at the combine.

Where the Lions have the potential to be very good is on offense. They were a top-10 scoring unit last year, return almost every starter, and as mentioned above, have the potential to improve their ground game with an injection of talent at running back and a blocking scheme overhaul. The defense has some talent, but it could take some time to adjust to significant schematic changes under coach Matt Patricia.

As mentioned above, it’s a significant need. You could make a strong argument it’s the biggest hole on the roster heading into the draft. As for spending a first-round pick on addressing that hole, a case can be made.

Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson will be long gone by the time the Lions are on the clock at No. 20, but UTEP’s Will Hernandez and Georgia’s Isaiah Wynn would both merit consideration at that spot. General manager Bob Quinn has shown a propensity to address the team’s biggest need in the first round, but guard would likely take a back seat to defensive line, if a quality edge rusher or tackle is on the board.rams_059

Apr 18

How dare an employer ask an employee about how they’ll behave at work.

Since you are a lawyer, you know that all the things you mentioned in the quote above apply to protected classes of individuals. Classes that are treated differently by the courts than whatever class you think anthem-protestors belong in. They are treated differently based on the Supreme Court’s interpretations, over the years, of the Constitutuion. The players aren’t kneeling because of religious beliefs, the country in which they were born, or because they are a specific gender. They are kneeling to bring attention to a social issue. They are not members of a protected class and thus do not compare to the groups you cited.

I don’t understand this logic. NFL is a very public based product, and how a player conducts themselves do matter to things like advertising, which is totally in the interest of a football franchise.

Completely different. The NFL players are doing their form of protest AT THEIR WORKPLACE not twitter. The whole problem with the kneeling is the venue, not the message. The players knew beforehand what kneeling during the national anthem would do. It is intentional.

I have not watched ONE NFL game nor spent one dime on anything NFL since Kaep chose to kneel. That is my personal choice, as was Kaep’s choice to kneel. Mine has repercussions in that I miss my favorite teams games and my grandkids do not get NFL jerseys any more. His are to no longer play football.

Um, yes they do. While on the field, these players are wearing a uniform of the franchise, and are being paid by the owner. As such, the owner has every right to know how his employees are going to conduct themselves while they represent the owner’s brand. If the owner believes that a player kneeling during the national anthem is going to negatively effect his business, he has every right to decide against signing that player.

Oh, and as a vet I can safely say Kaeps protest had jack to do with the military. That narrative is old. Kaepernick protested police brutality. In case you live under a hole, this country has seen how many damn videos of x cop straight up murdering a guy who clearly isn’t resisting, and is rightfully TERRIFIED. There’s a REASON why black people are terrified of cops.
Ever hear of the phrase, “Getting away with murder”? That is literally the outcome every single time. Every single time, they even keep their jobs. Every single time. I’m not black …. OR BLIND. But yes, I’m sure Kaepernick is just a flag burning, military hater. That dude has heart AND BALLS. He is a Patriot and I for one salute him.rams_004

Apr 16

Ian Kinsler: DL stint for groin strain should end Tuesday

Los Angeles Angels second baseman Ian Kinsler told ESPN’s Mark Schwarz that he will be activated from the 10-day disabled list for Tuesday’s game against the Texas Rangers.

Kinsler was placed on the DL on March 31 with a strained groin.

The 35-year-old was slowed by the injury near the end of spring training and played in only one game this season before landing on the DL.

Zack Cozart, originally slated as the Angels’ starting third baseman this season, has seen the bulk of the playing time at second base during Kinsler’s absence.

The Spurs are having to adjust to a new reality after being a championship contender for the better part of the last two decades.

Injuries to Leonard, Gay, Anderson, Ginobili, Tony Parker and others almost cost San Antonio a playoff berth.

“Sometimes you’ve got to adjust your goals relative to your potential, the way you’ve been playing, the way the season is going,” Ginobili said. “So, we’ve got to be realistic. Maybe we’re not the favorites this year or maybe it wasn’t going to be a 60-win season like the previous ones. After what happened in February and early March, we had to shift our expectations. We mentioned in many times, the goal was to make it to the playoffs. Once we clinched, then we may think about standings, but the way the West is this year, it’s crazy. Everything is so clogged so tight that at this point, we’re happy to have clinched.”

Woods tees off at 1:27 p.m. Eastern.

Spieth pushed his tee shot at the par-4 No. 1 way right. He failed to get his second shot back to the fairway and then left his third one short of the green. He missed an 11-footer for bogey. It was a frustrating start for the 2015 Masters champion and opened the door for everyone else on the leaderboard.

Spieth birdied five straight holes down the stretch in the opening round and finished with a 6-under 66. He bogeyed the par-4 18th.

On a night when Cole Hamels was masterful for five innings, Gallo’s milestone home run — coming in his 204th career game — sparked a scuffling offense and helped the Rangers stop a three-game losing streakbuccaneers_075

Apr 14

With expected start, Zack Wheeler aligns Mets’ long-awaited rotation

The New York Mets have waited years for this rotation.

Zack Wheeler will be recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas to start Wednesday against the Miami Marlins, finally aligning the five-man rotation New York has hoped to use for years.

Mets manager Mickey Callaway announced the right-hander’s upcoming start Sunday. It will mark the first time Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom, Steven Matz, Matt Harvey and Wheeler make a rotation turn together. New York fans have hoped to see that five-man group since Matz debuted in 2015, but the pitchers have never been healthy and effective at the same time.

Irving has not played since March 11. Rozier started at point guard on Sunday, the 11th time in 12 games he had been in the starting lineup after coming off the bench for all but three of the previous 67 games.

Prince scored 10 in the first quarter and had eight points and four rebounds in the fourth. … Boston’s Semi Ojeleye had a career-high 13 points. … The Hawks’ 13 turnovers led to 15 Boston points, but the Celtics’ 12 turnovers led to 24 Atlanta points.

Any time you’ve got a great leader like Wade Phillips, McVay explained, he’s coached these types of guys as far as the great players, and he has been able to figure out how we can mesh and mold and make us feel confident to make these moves. And to Les and Tony (Pastoors)’s credit, they’ve been able to get these deals done.

The Mariners got the jump in the rare duel of West Coast rivals, using a four-run first inning to build a 6-4 victory in the Giants’ home opener Tuesday.

More of a pitchers’ duel can be expected Wednesday as neither Hernandez nor Cueto allowed a run in their first starts of the season.

Hernandez (1-0, 0.00) got the call on Opening Day for Seattle and shut out the Cleveland Indians on two hits over 5 1/3 innings in a 2-1 win. He walked two and struck out four.buccaneers_016

Apr 12

NFL free agent news: Allen Hurns headed to Cowboys

With Dez Bryant’s future in Dallas increasingly murky, the Cowboys continue to shore up their receiving corps.

Former Jaguars wideout Allen Hurns has signed a two-year deal in Dallas, the team announced Friday. That move comes on the heels of former Bills receiver Deonte Thompson agreeing to a one-year deal Thursday.

Hurns provides some versatility for Dak Prescott as both a downfield threat and someone who can work effectively out of the slot. The key is whether he can stay healthy; he missed multiple games in 2016 and 2017 due to hamstring and ankle injuries, respectively.

Those back-to-back disappointing campaigns came on the heels of Hurns’ breakout 2015 showing, in which he racked up 1,031 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns.

The Rangers are also playing wait-and-see with right-hander pitcher Tim Lincecum, who postponed a planned bullpen session on Sunday because of continued caution over a blister on his right middle finger.

Lincecum has continued his throwing with a soft rubber ball but hasn’t worked off a mound since Wednesday. Texas is hoping that he can be an option at the beginning of May but that remains an unknown until the blister is completely healed.

Bogaerts was covering third base and chasing his own mishandling of a ball relayed by J.D. Martinez when he got hurt. He needed help to get off the field and walked with a noticeable limp. He was replaced by Brock Holt.

Manager Alex Cora said he expected to know more about the severity of Bogaerts’ injury on Monday.

“Further evaluation tomorrow,” Cora said. “We’ll know tomorrow after all the tests and everything.”

Pressured by Kuhlman, Notre Dame’s Jordan Gross lost the puck in the neutral zone. Jade Miller poked the puck ahead to Kuhlman at the Irish blue line, and after a brief hesitation in the right circle, the captain beat Morris with a rising shot.buccaneers_004

Apr 10

Baker Mayfield Keeps List of Media Members Who Have’Crossed a Line’

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield says he keeps track of criticism from the media and uses it as motivation leading up to the 2018 NFL draft.

According to Robert Klemko of The MMQB, Mayfield told Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson during filming for ESPN’s QB2QB that he keeps a list of media members who he believes have crossed a line with their critiques:

Seriously, was this taken at the AFC Championship Game in January Anyway, I can’t imagine this would stop a team from drafting a player. Though it’s easy to forget, these prospects are basically kids; most of them didn’t have a driver’s license five years ago. If anything, Allen might get a little more pop from the Football Cognoscenti, who want PLAYERS WHO LOVE THE GAME and THINK ABOUT FOOTBALL 24/7. Well, there’s Josh Allen freezing his ass off in Foxborough. Sign me up!

This reminds me of a couple years ago, when some people in Los Angeles were rankled by the fact that Jared Goff was a fan of the San Francisco Giants, the forever rival of the hometown Dodgers. Different sport, but same general dynamic. As it turns out, Goff being a NorCal kid did not interfere with his ability to thrive as a professional in Los Angeles County. I doubt Allen’s affection for Tom Brady would permanently sour Bills fans if he went to Orchard Park and became the next Jim Kelly.

Don’t hold his 0-8 record as a starter against him. After all, the Browns have gone 1-31 over the past two seasons. In Jacksonville, Kessler figures to slot in behind the starter, Blake Bortles, who signed a contract extension earlier this offseason after yet another uneven season. Chad Henne, the Jaguars’ long-time backup, landed with the Chiefs in free agency. So, the Jaguars needed a new QB2 while the Browns didn’t have a need for Kessler considering they already have a starter in Taylor and will presumably use the top-overall pick in this year’s draft on their future franchise quarterback. The Browns still have Taylor, Drew Stanton, and Kevin Hogan on their roster.

The biggest winner in all of this seems like Kessler. He not only gets a promotion (he probably would’ve been a QB3 at best in Cleveland), he also gets to be a backup to a quarterback who has struggled enough throughout his career that it’s really not too difficult to envision a scenario that sees Bortles get benched. If Kessler does step in as the Jaguars’ starter next season — whether that’s due to Bortles’ quality of play or an injury — he’ll be in a much better situation than he was in Cleveland. In Jacksonville, Kessler will have the opportunity to play in a run-first offense that can afford to be conservative because of the Jaguars’ dominant defense. Even if Kessler doesn’t get any meaningful reps, he’ll still be a backup on a playoff-caliber team that has its sights set on the Super Bowl.nike_broncos_054-500x500

Apr 07

It’s Opening Day and my first day as a Yankee, and I told myself to treat this like any other game.

A pair of No. 1 seeds will meet at the Final Four in San Antonio for the opportunity to play for the national championship. Villanova is in the Final Four for the second time in three seasons after beating Texas Tech in the East Region finals, 71-59. The Wildcats have won their past eight games by double digits and are seeking their second national title in three seasons (2016), which would give them a program-record 36 wins. Kansas survived a heavyweight bout against Duke in the Midwest Region championship, 85-81, thanks to Malik Newman scoring all 13 of the Jayhawks’ points in overtime.

Mikal Bridges leads Villanova in minutes (32.1) and steals (1.5) per game as well as free-throw (84.8) and 3-point shooting percentage (44.6). The junior guard/forward, who was named to the All-Big East First Team this season, ranks second on the team in points (18.0) and rebounds (5.4) per game.

Kansas has earned 15 Final Four trips, with six runner-up finishes and three championships (1952, 1988, 2008).

Villanova has made six Final Four appearances, with three trips to the championship game and a pair of titles (1985, 2016).

Boone made it reality Thursday. And nobody would have blamed him for pinching himself now and again at how well it worked.

Stanton clubbed a two-run homer in his first Yankees at-bat, on his first swing, and Judge and Sanchez each doubled in a 6-1 Opening Day win over the Blue Jays before a sellout crowd of 48,115 at the Rogers Centre.

Luckily, I was able to do that, Stanton said. You want to get the first (home run) out of the way and then you can relax and have good at-bats after that.patriots_088-223x223

Apr 05

Was Jon Gruden’s dislike a factor in Marquette King release

It’s safe to say the Oakland Raiders’ decision to cut punter Marquette King took many by surprise, but apparently there may have been a reason for it.

Vic Tafur of the Athletic heard that King’s flamboyant personality may have clashed with coach Jon Gruden, who may have given the order to cut King.

The San Francisco 49ers are all the rage this offseason, mainly because they finished 2017 with a bang. With new franchise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo leading the way, a San Francisco team that lost 24 of 26 games between September 18, 2016 and November 26, 2017 went 5-0 to finish the regular season.

Still, the Titans entered another offseason flush with salary-cap space, and New England South clearly got better by adding big-play cornerback Malcolm Butler and flashy running back Dion Lewis in free agency.

Mariota is well-supported by a strong offensive line and a wicked running game, but he still lacks depth in the receiving corps; he might have to start the year without top-notch right tackle Jack Conklin; and despite talent in the secondary, the D lacks bite.

If that unit can’t step it up and Mariota can’t take off in 2018, the Titans will have trouble competing with Jacksonville and Houston in the increasingly tough AFC South.

The no-risk risk and perpetual culture change are staples of AFC East also-ran reasoning.

The Dolphins have been vocal about their need to change the clubhouse atmosphere since the end of last season. Head coach Adam Gase said Tuesday that he was certain that the team culture was about to improve now that the roster has been reimagined.

I know it’s going to be different, he told reporters. You have some alpha dogs who are not going to accept a lot of the bulls–t that has gone on.

Gase is a third-year coach admitting that lots of bull-spit still goes on in the locker room he was hired to clean up, but let’s focus on Miami’s roster moves instead of Gase’s oversharing. The Dolphins have traded or moved on from Suh, Jarvis Landry, Mike Pouncey, Jay Ajayi (midseason last year) and some expensive veterans who didn’t contribute much. In their place arrive Frank Gore, Josh Sitton, Albert Wilson, Robert Quinn, Daniel Kilgore and—so Gore has a canasta partner—Danny Amendola.patriots_152-223x223

Apr 03

Amari Cooper reminds Jon Gruden of ‘young Tim Brown’

Since Jon Gruden left the Monday Night Football broadcast booth to become the head coach of the Oakland Raiders in January, he and general manager Reggie McKenzie have been reshaping the roster of the NFL team. Seventeen players who weren’t Raiders last season are now.

But with all the new, Gruden would like at least one thing that’s old — the old Amari Cooper, the one who was a Pro Bowler in his first two NFL seasons.

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant said Sunday he believes all the trade buzz surrounding Beckham will die down soon and the wideout will get the huge deal he wants eventually.

He’s a great player, Bryant said. He just wants his money. He wants his money and what he’s worth. I hope he gets it. I know he’s going to get it. It just takes time.

Perhaps co-owner John Mara’s comments about Beckham and his stance that no player on New York’s roster was untouchable in the trade market was just a message to Beckham, rather than insight into the team’s actual future plans.

If that is indeed the case, in Green’s eyes at least, that would save the Giants from making a crazy decision.

We’ve got some pretty good players on this football team, Schneider said. And there’s a lot of young players that people don’t necessarily — they haven’t heard their names yet… Tedric Thompson was one of our best special teams players this last year. He didn’t get to play much at strong safety. Kam was one of our best special teams players the first year he played. He didn’t get to play strong safety because Lawyer [Milloy] was here. Trust the process, man.

Keeping together a nucleus of talented players capable of leading a franchise to a Super Bowl title, six playoff appearances and four division crowns is no easy feat — and Schneider managed to do that over the last eight seasons. Seattle’s drop in the standings in unison with its aging defensive corps and salary-cap issues spearheaded many of the changes deemed necessary by the process. jets_059

Mar 30

Brian Costello of the New York Post, explained that the “whatever” in “whatever it takes” could be a five-year, $150 million offer.

As great as Acuna was last season, there was one thing missing. He saw roommates Ozzie Albies and Johan Camargo have success in the majors while he made his way through the minors. The three shared an apartment near SunTrust Park. Albies and Camargo walked to work in September when they were at home, and Acuna made the 35-mile drive to Coolray Park to play for the Braves’ Triple-A affiliate in Gwinnett.

It taught him a valuable lesson.

The NY Daily News’ Manish Mehta said sources told him the Jets want Cousins and will make a strong push for him, but they won’t just hand him a “blank check” either.

A source speculated to Costello that the cash flow for Cousins could consist of $60 million in 2018.

The Jets will be willing to “pay whatever it takes” to get Cousins, according to ESPN’s Rich Cimini. They might even be willing to fully guarantee Cousins’ contract to sweeten the deal.

Kirk Cousins is a big fan of new offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates. Cousins said as much during an appearance on KFAN during Super Bowl week. Bates would run a system similar to the one Cousins had in Washington, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

The depth behind these starters is largely the same group of uninspiring faceless starters who threw far too many innings in 2017. Health has been an issue for the Seattle rotation for years now, of course, yet Dipoto hasn’t exactly put meaningful depth behind his rotation. The Mariners can’t afford another 59 innings of Andrew Moore, to say nothing of letting Miranda repeat his 2017 workload.

The farm is littered with uninspiring options such as Max Povse and Rob Whalen, who were acquired in a trade that sent former top prospect Alex Jackson to Atlanta. Povse and Whalen look like little more than filler, while Jackson has had something of a resurgence with the Braves. Seattle’s top pitching prospect was sent to Miami in the Gordon trade.

After a frustrating, inconsistent season in Atlanta in 2015, Shanahan’s offense only really began to click with the Falcons in 2016 after they brought over Mack from the Browns as an unrestricted free agent.ravens_148