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May 25

Terrance Williams continues to rehab from foot surgery

Terrance Williams remains out of the offseason program while rehabbing from a broken foot.

The Cowboys receiver underwent surgery in February.

For starters, prior to the trade deadline, a fitting had been arranged with the team for the made-to-measure suits. But after LeBron saw Wade in Miami when Cleveland played a road game there in late March and was urged by his former teammate to carry on with it, the project was picked back up and finalized with a visit to Browne’s studio when the Cavs traveled to Manhattan in early April to play their last road game of the regular season against the New York Knicks.

McGough is one of three quarterbacks on the Seahawks roster and will spend the coming months making his case for a continued spot in the organization. Austin Davis is currently the only other reserve option behind Russell Wilson.

In 2007, rookie safety LaRon Landry missed the Redskins’ three-day minicamp after he was shot in the groin while playing paintball.

Coach Joe Gibbs told The Washington Post each position group “engaged in some form of team-building activity,” and the defensive backs played paintball.

“It was kind of bizarre, but every now and then something like that happens,” Gibbs said of what he called a “freak accident.”

In 2003, Panthers rookie defensive tackle Kindal Moorehead woke up for the first day of training camp with what he thought was a mosquito bite on his arm. After four days of swelling and pain, Moorehead was sent back to Charlotte from the team’s camp in Spartanburg, S.C., to get it checked out.

Their words and actions have demonstrated not only that they have a great deal of respect for our country, but also that they are committed to finding productive ways to fight social injustice, poverty, and other societal issues that are important to all of us. We must continue to work together in creative and dynamic ways to make our communities stronger and better with equal opportunities for all.ravens_007

May 22

Falcons bring in 27 undrafted free agents

The Falcons have complemented their six-player draft class by bringing in 27 undrafted free agents.

The group includes a pair of fullbacks, which gives the Falcons two more than they had on the roster before the draft. Luke McNitt, who went to Nebraska, and Daniel Marx, who went to Stanford, will try to show enough blocking and special teams ability to make the team out of camp this summer. Derrick Coleman was the fullback last season, but remains a free agent.

Georgia kicker David Martin rounds out the list of new Falcons. The team will hold their rookie minicamp next week.

The Saints opted not to match that two-year deal, leaving Snead to move on to Baltimore late last month. Snead calls himself grateful for a “fresh start” after a rough 2017 season that saw him miss the first three games serving a suspension and then deal with a hamstring injury that kept him from resuming his role as a steady target for Drew Brees.

Snead wound up with just eight catches as he was unable to catch up to an offense that didn’t really need him.

“By the time I was in some kind of game shape, it was like Week 9 and we were on that roll, [winning eight] games in a row,” Snead said, via the Baltimore Sun. “It’s just hard to get back into the flow of things when Alvin Kamara is coming into his [own], Michael Thomas is making plays and Ted Ginn. They had their offense at that point. As a player that was in the offense and in the scheme heavily over the past two years, that was frustrating.”

Both the Bears and the Lions are expected to finish with losing records, based on the Las Vegas win total over-unders, which means the Patriots may have a high second-round pick and a high third-round pick thanks to this weekend’s trades.

Any evaluation of the 2018 draft isn’t complete without considering how it positions those teams beyond 2018. And no teams did more to build up their future draft capital than the Packers and Patriots.broncos_064_e0fdde3eb79786b2-180x180

May 20

Report: J.T. Barrett to sign with Saints

Former Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett wasn’t deemed worthy of a draft pick by any of the league’s 32 teams, but it appears he’s found a place to start his NFL career as a free agent.

Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Barrett will sign with the Saints. Ohio State previously announced that he would try out for the team at their rookie minicamp and the Colts also had plans to bring Barrett in for a look that will now be scrapped.

Worst-case scenario, the Bears can get out of that deal with just $28.1 million down the drain in two years.

But Trubisky wasn’t the only NFC North quarterback in need of more weaponry this offseason. It appears the Green Bay Packers were aware that Aaron Rodgers needed more support, which explains why they signed veteran tight end Jimmy Graham in free agency.

It’s fair to wonder whether the Rams have dug themselves a salary-cap hole beyond 2018, but the contract they gave five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has nothing to do with that.

The Rams brought in one of the most dominant defensive players in the game and created a matchup nightmare for opposing offenses—how in the world do you block both Suh and Aaron Donald?

Alexander, a 2016 seventh-round pick, played 24 games and made nine starts for the Raiders the last two years.

Alexander is able to practice with the team this offseason and play in the preseason before starting his suspension. He will be eligible to return to the roster after a September 30 game against the Browns.broncos_130_f9d4167b136da44f-180x180

May 17

No decision for Severino

Severino’s lone shaky outing of the season came against the Red Sox, when he allowed five runs on eight hits over five innings on April 10 at Fenway Park in Boston. Despite walking away with a no decision, he was much sharper in his second start against the Yankees’ rival.

He allowed two earned run on six hits over six-plus innings. He struck out 11 and didn’t allow a walk.

So, with those (many) caveats, here are grades on the 2014 NFL draft, thanks to some substantial help from hindsight. Arizona Cardinals Round 1 (27 overall). Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State 2 (52). Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame 3 (84).

We’ve got to win one game at Oracle and that’s the one that we play next, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. That’s as far as we need to look. Obviously it’s a monumental task. It’s been done before. As I said to the guys, ‘We just got to go and play and you’re not out until they win four games.’

KEEP ANY EYE ON : Stephen Curry continues to find his groove and this will be his fourth game back from nearly six weeks sidelined with a sprained left knee. His minutes are increasing each game he plays, up to 31 in Game 4. Curry is 22 for 51 with 12 3s so far this series.

TOUGH CHALLENGE: The Pelicans never know which Golden State star might be on any given night — or all of them at once.

The Warriors led wire to wire in Game 4 following its 19-point embarrassment in Game 3. Kevin Durant is coming off a 38-point performance, but it could be Klay Thompson’s turn, or Draymond Green chasing another triple-double. sharks-004

May 15

Saquon Barkley’s jersey top seller among first-round picks

Saquon Barkley, the Penn State running back selected second overall by the New York Giants on Thursday, generated more jersey sales on NFL draft night than any other first-round pick.

It won’t be known until Sunday morning if Barkley’s jersey lead will hold up, but within minutes of his selection, new teammate Odell Beckham Jr. was predicting even bigger things.

After Barkley, the next best-selling jersey was first overall pick Baker Mayfield, who went to the Cleveland Browns, followed by the No. 3 pick Sam Darnold, who went to the New York Jets.

Jerseys ordered Thursday night will not be processed until the player picks a number. Fanatics says it will then take two to four weeks to get to the customer.

No player on the Giants currently wears No. 26, the number Barkley wore with the Nittany Lions.

Due in part to faster pushing to both online and social, Fanatics said jersey sales for this year’s first round were three times bigger than last year. The company said its total NFL merchandise business is up 40 percent year over year.

Snell allowed two runs on five hits and one walk in 7 1/3 innings to win his fourth consecutive start. Alex Colome worked the ninth for his fifth save in seven opportunities, striking out pinch-hitter Andre Benitendi looking to end it.

Mookie Betts and J.D. Martinez hit RBI doubles for the Red Sox, who have lost four of six.

Drew Pomeranz (0-1) lasted five innings in his second start of the season. Pomeranz, who missed the first 18 games with a forearm injury, allowed four runs — all on homers- struck out four and walked two.

Ramos’ two-out blast over the Green Monster scored C.J. Cron in the first. Refsnyder led off the third with another shot over the Monster, his first homer since October 2015. Robertson led off the fourth with another homer to left.

Boston didn’t have a baserunner until Snell walked Betts to start the fourth.

Snell took a shutout into the sixth, when Christian Vazquez led off with a double off the wall in left and scored on Betts’ one-out double to center. Martinez drove in Betts with a two-out double down the line in right.dolphins_004

May 13

Top prospect Ronald Acuna Jr. joins Braves, scores tying run in victory

No break-in period needed for 20-year-old Ronald Acuna Jr.

Promoted by the Atlanta Braves from Triple-A, the youngest player in the majors was put in the starting lineup Wednesday night, batting sixth and playing left field against Cincinnati.

“As soon as I hit the field, I felt at home,” Acuna said through an interpreter after Atlanta’s 5-4 victory. “I felt comfortable.”

That came in handy when Acuna got off to a slow start in the minors this year. He was hitting .232 with one home run and two RBIs in 69 at-bats with Triple-A Gwinnett.

Gwinnett manager Damon Berryhill told Acuna about the promotion in Rochester, New York, Acuna said.

“He called me to his hotel room and said I was getting the call to go to the big leagues,” Acuna said. “I’ve been waiting for this moment, but when I got the call, I was in shock. I didn’t know what to think.”

Outfielder Peter Bourjos was designated for assignment to make room for Acuna on the roster.

By pushing back Acuna’s call-up a few weeks past Opening Day, the Braves delayed Acuna’s free-agent eligibility until after the 2024 season. Acuna said he believes the extra time was a benefit.

“I think it helped me develop more and be more prepared,” he said.

Acuna and 21-year-old second baseman Ozzie Albies gives Atlanta the two youngest players in the majors. The outfielder understands that reaching the majors so early is unusual.

“It’s a dream that not every baseball player gets to enjoy,” he said. “It’s something I take pride in.”

One source told ESPN it was to set an example for Alabama players. Jones, a star receiver at Alabama from 2008-10, had spent the day with Crimson Tide players.

Falcons director of football communications Brian Cearns also pointed out in a tweet Tuesday morning that Jones had discussed his relationship with social media on a March 28 episode of “Bama Football Shop Talk.” In the video, Jones discussed needing to be willing to let go of social media.

“At the end of the day, when that social media is gone — you delete social media right now, what you stand for, who are you?” Jones said. “Social media ain’t going to make me.”

There have been whispers about a possible contract situation regarding Jones, but nothing has gone public from Jones’ camp or from the team.

The five-time Pro Bowler signed a five-year, $71.25 million extension ($47 million guaranteed) in August 2015 and still has three years and $34.43 million left on the deal. His average from the deal — $14.25 million — falls below the averages for Pittsburgh’s Antonio Brown ($17 million per year), Tampa Bay’s Mike Evans ($16.5 million), Houston’s DeAndre Hopkins ($16.2 million), Kansas City’s Sammy Watkins ($16 million) and Cincinnati’s A.J. Green ($15 million).sl_cardinals_046

May 10

Josh Rosen revises ‘mistakes’ picked ahead of him to three — the QBs

A calmer Josh Rosen took the podium for his introductory news conference with the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, walking back one of his comments from a charged draft night.

“I was a little emotional last night,” Rosen said Friday.

For this, he credits a tweak to his slider — he’s using the index finger to create more spin — and a decision to own the top part of the zone. Gray was letting his fastball fly as his long, blond hair flew in every direction.

“I feel like Jon’s best games, it looks like he’s having a lot of fun,” catcher Tony Wolters said. “I told him he’s an aggressive assassin that has fun.”

Reliever Bryan Shaw allowed a run in the seventh and Wade Davis another during a shaky ninth in a nonsave situation. But Davis fanned Manuel Margot to end the game and help the Rockies take two of three from San Diego. It was their first home series win of the season.

This game turned into a strikeout-fest, though, with the teams fanning a combined 27 times.

Tyson Ross (2-2) allowed four runs in four innings and struck out seven as he dropped to 0-6 lifetime at Coors Field. He didn’t have the same sort of stuff as his last start, when he took a no-hitter into the eighth inning at Arizona.

“That’s not my focus,” Wade said after the Heat’s season-ending loss to the 76ers on Tuesday. “Fresh off this NBA season, my 15th year, I sit back and think about that. Then I dive and throw myself into my family. They’re next on my bucket list, making sure I’m there for them. And when it comes to the basketball side of it, which is a long time away from now, then I’ll think about that.”

“I had to pay my respects because I don’t know if this is it or if he has another year, but he’s a great and a Hall of Famer,” Embiid said.

Wade was complimentary of the young Sixers after the series.

“I think they grew up and learned some things from us and the way we pushed them,” Wade said. “You want to see good things. I mean, these guys are the future of the NBA, and the NBA is in great hands with Ben [Simmons] and Joel and those guys.”

“Conservatively, but yet knowing Adrian, kind of his history and what he’s able to maneuver through, anything’s possible,” Banister said, when asked how long Beltre would be out. “We do know it’s at least a minimum of 10 days.”sl_cardinals_003

May 07

Giannis, Bucks beat Celtics 97-86 to force Game 7

Giannis Antetokounmpo asserted himself in the biggest game of his budding career with his team on the brink of playoff elimination.

Now it’s on to Game 7 for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Antetokounmpo had 31 points and 14 rebounds and the Bucks pulled away late to beat the Boston Celtics 97-86 on Thursday night to force a winner-take-all game Saturday night in Boston.

Boston had to settle for perimeter looks down the stretch. They couldn’t hit enough 3s, finishing 10 of 36 (28 percent) on the night, and the Bucks limited Boston on the glass.

“We got stagnant and we weren’t very good,” coach Brad Stevens said

At the other end, Antetokounmpo led the Bucks’ charge right at the heart of the Celtics’ defense.

After Eric Bledsoe picked off Jayson Tatum’s inbounds pass, Antetokounmpo converted an offensive rebound with a putback off the glass for an 89-81 lead with 3:08 left. It was part of an 11-3 run late to help the Bucks pull away for 10-point advantage.

“He scored going to the net, dirty areas,” said Cassidy, whose team opens the second round against the Lightning in Tampa Bay on Saturday. “That’s always the first thing: play inside, be willing to get hit, fight for your space. That’s playoff hockey. They weren’t freebies. They’ve been real greasy, as advertised.”

Five years after rallying from a three-goal, third-period deficit and beating Toronto in Game 7 of their first-round series, the Bruins again scored four straight goals to eliminate the Maple Leafs. After Kasperi Kapanen put Toronto ahead 4-3 with a short-handed goal in the second, Torey Krug tied it, DeBrusk gave Boston the lead with 14:35 to play.

Despite the final score, the teams were tied or separated by one goal for the first 2 1/2 periods, until David Pastrnak made it 6-4 with 8:21 to play. Brad Marchand flipped one into the empty net with 51 seconds left to set off a celebration in the stands.

“For entertainment value, that was probably one of the better Game 7s you’ll see,” said Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, who stopped just 20 of 24 shots. “It was only a one-goal game going into the third and we shut it down and scored some good goals.”

Danton Heinen scored his first NHL postseason goal, Patrice Bergeron had a goal and two assists, and David Krejci had three assists for the Bruins. In his first NHL postseason action, DeBrusk had seven points in seven games.jets_053

May 05

Anthony Davis says Pelicans know they can beat Warriors

The Pelicans enter Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinal against the Warriors on Saturday believing they can knock off the defending NBA champions and win the series.

While describing what it’s like playing against another team that likes to get up and down the floor, New Orleans star Anthony Davis set the tone for the rest of the series with his response.

“It’s fun,” Davis said after Friday’s practice at Oracle Arena. “We know that we can beat them. We’ve done it in the regular season. And we’ve been in every game that we lost [against them], so we know that we’re a good matchup against these guys and we’ve got a lot of confidence in ourself. Anytime they score, we know they’re going to score and make shots, it’s tough, we just got to get the ball out fast and push it down the floor and try to [go] quicker.”

For Davis, the series serves as a personal measuring stick in regards to just how much his game continues to evolve against the very best.

“It’s an opportunity to beat the world champs,” he said. “These guys are the defending champs, and to come in and try to beat them in a seven-game series is going to be fun, and that’s all we’re thinking about. Think about Game 1, win Game 1, and go from there. But it’s a great opportunity for everybody to add to their resume, to try to go out here and beat the world champs.”

Since then, a steady trickle of Aussie and Kiwi talent has been snapped up by NFL franchises.

In 2016, Victorian Adam Gotsis from Georgia Tech was taken at Pick No. 63 — the highest selection of any Australian in NFL Draft history.

But Auckland-born defensive tackle Stephen Paea was taken even earlier at No. 53 in 2011 out of Oregon State and is the highest NFL draft pick of any Kiwi.

Last year, the only Aussie and Kiwi representation in the NFL came from undrafted free agents but as the draft unfolds this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, there may be some new hopefuls from Down Under who are signed to an NFL team in 2018.

Fresh from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis last month, the Sydney native and 2017 Ray Guy Award Winner will look to add to a long list of Aussie punters who have been through the NCAA college system and come out the other side with one of the 32 punting jobs offered in the NFL.

Dickson’s career at the Longhorns spanned across three seasons and concluded with the Most Valuable Player Award in the Texas Bowl against Missouri in December – an award that previous NFL draftees Ryan Tannehill, Andy Dalton and Leonard Fournette also have in their trophy cabinets.jets_105

May 02

Fowler, Pham lead Cards over Mets 4-3 in 13 innings

Dexter Fowler has hit in six different lineup slots in the last six games for the St. Louis Cardinals. In the series finale against the New York Mets, he was at the right spot at the right time.

Fowler’s 13th-inning single capped a comeback from a pair of deficits Thursday and gave the Cardinals a 4-3 victory .

“I’m a swing man, I’m hitting everywhere,” Fowler quipped. “First, second, I’m trying to get all nine. Some people play all nine positions, I just hit everywhere.”

The lineup juggling has been an attempt by Cardinals manager Mike Matheny spark Fowler and several other hitters after a slow start. Fowler has three RBI in his last two games.

St. Louis won its second straight against the Mets after losing the series opener in 10 innings. The Mets have lost eight of 12 after an 11-1 start.

“It would be frustrating if we weren’t where we are at in the standings,” Mets manager Mickey Callaway said. “Were still in a pretty good spot, so what has happened the last week or week-and-a-half is not going to continue to happen. That’s just not going to happen, `cause we have really good pitchers and really good players.”

Before their playoff game against Boston, the Maple Leafs paid tribute to the victims of a van attack in Toronto that left 10 pedestrians dead and 15 injured on Monday.

Players from both teams stood in front of the dugouts as Toronto police officers and two paramedics stood between second base and the pitching mound and were introduced to cheering fans. Following a video message and a moment of silence, a group of high school students sang the national anthems.

A blue banner reading “#TORONTOSTRONG” was hung from the second deck in center field, and similar signs were hung on the wall behind home plate.

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons called news of Monday’s attack “brutal,” while Red Sox manager Alex Cora said “it makes you sick just to think about it.”

Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri said the team will memorialize the victims at Wednesday’s Game 5 between the Raptors and Washington Wizards. The NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, who share the Air Canada Centre with the Raptors, hosted a playoff game just hours after the rampage. A moment of silence was observed ahead of the performance of the Canadian national anthem, during which vocalist Martina Ortiz-Luis yielded to the crowd singing in unison.jets_141