March 2018 archive

Mar 31

Baker Mayfield hits it off with Dolphins, Broncos staffs at combine

Baker Mayfield has visits set up with the Giants, Jets and Browns, but the University of Oklahoma quarterback said in a Sports Illustrated story he hit it off with the Broncos and Dolphins at the combine. Miami is among the teams scheduled to work him out privately in Norman. Mayfield told Robert Klemko he believes …

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Mar 29

Report: Bears set to sign receiver Allen Robinson

The Chicago Bears got the quarterback they believe to be the future of the franchise in last year’s NFL Draft. They appear to have found a top-tier target to kick off free agency in 2018. According to Adam Schefter of, former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson intends to sign with the Bears when …

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Mar 28

Cousins’ agent acknowledges plan to visit Minnesota first


Kirk Cousins will be making a free-agency visit, after all. Agent Mike McCartney says that Cousins will visit the Vikings once free agency opens. These are tough days when you have to release a er who means so much to your organization, to your team, Gutekunst said. Jordy Nelson is one of the great Packers …

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Mar 26

Seahawks will move on from DeShawn Shead

Limited Mens Michael Schofield Jersey Another day, another Seahawks is er out the door. Curtis Crabtree of KJR and PFT reports that cornerback Deshawn Shead will be released on Monday. Shead’s contract tolled for 2018, but the Seahawks aren’t interested in keeping him around. Shead would have made $1.05 million in 2018 with the Seahawks. …

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Mar 23

John Bowlen avoids jail for DUI

One of the children of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen has resolved his latest run-in with the law without having to go to jail. Via TMZ, John Bowlen received three years probation after pleading no contest Authentic Matt Beleskey Jersey to DUI. He was arrested last July in California for driving drunk while driving at a …

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Mar 22

Rubin group that could include Curry now out on Panthers

Bidding for the Carolina Panthers has reached a record $2.5 billion, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. One candidate to purchase the team, Fanatics owner Michael Rubin, is currently not willing to go that high, a source told ESPN. The 55-year-old Kestenbaum, whose business focuses on owning and operating metals, mining and natural resources assets and companies, surfaced …

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Mar 21

Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict facing another suspension. This time for PEDs.


Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has missed six games due to a pair of suspensions in the last two seasons. He’s now set to miss another four in 2018 after violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing policy, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Burfict, when healthy and out of trouble, has been a stalwart in the middle of …

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Mar 20

Redskins Hosting Former Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick

Todd Archer reports that former Cowboys CB Orlando Scandrick is already scheduled to meet with the Redskins on Sunday, despite officially being released a few hours ago. McCabe’s team is confident that he had at least 20 years of law enforcement work under his belt 锟斤拷 defined as carrying a weapon or supervising people who …

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Mar 16

Cubs pass on ‘ticket war’ started by Brewers

Anyone expecting the Cubs to retaliate in a ticket war against the Brewers will be disappointed. Cubs tickets go on sale Feb. 23, and spokesman Julian Green told the Chicago Tribune Friday, Any fan of baseball can purchase tickets to any of their games. Grades go all the way back to the Alex Smith deal …

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Mar 14

Pastrnak nets hat track, Bruins rally to stun Hurricanes 6-4

Elite Mens Tom Wilson Jersey David Pastrnak scored three of Boston’s five goals in the final 10 minutes for his first career hat trick, and the Bruins stunned the Carolina Hurricanes by rallying for a 6-4 victory Tuesday night. Justin Faulk and Elias Lindholm each had two assists, and Cam Ward stopped 28 shots. It …

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