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28 Mar 2017 11:09:50 -0400
Report: 'Strong belief' Jay Cutler won't play in 2017
Jay Cutler has not received much interest from teams since the Chicago Bears released him earlier this month, and it is starting to look like it could stay that way.Adam Hoge from WGN Radio said there is a “strong belief” at the NFL owners’ meetings this week that Cutler may not find a home for the 2017 season. The only team that had been linked to Cutler previously was the New York Jets, and they decided to sign Josh McCown to likely fill the role Cutler would have been used in.Cutler will turn 34 in about a month, and he is coming off a season in which he appeared in just five games due to injury. He has not exactly been the model of good health in recent years, and we all know about the gunslinger’s issues with protecting the football. Few teams are in need of a starting quarterback, and it is doubtful Cutler would be willing to accept a backup role.If we were to guess, we’d assume this controversial quarterback would land a job before Cutler. Retirement is not out of the question for Smokin’ J

28 Mar 2017 11:08:27 -0400
President Trump may throw out first pitch for Nats' Opening Day
After a couple months on the job, President Donald Trump is reportedly going to throw out the first pitch on Opening Day as the Florida Marlins take on the Washington Nationals next Monday.While the White House didn’t comment on Politico‘s report, considering that it takes a lot of planning to bring a U.S. President to a baseball stadium, it’s likely to happen. Trump would also reportedly sit in for an inning on MASN’s Nationals broadcast.This is surely going to be seen as a controversial move given the current political climate but it shouldn’t be a surprising move. Every U.S. President except for Jimmy Carter has thrown out the first pitch of a baseball game since William Howard Taft started the tradition of throwing a ceremonial first pitch in 1910.Despite the tradition of the ceremonial first pitch by a President, not everyone is willing to invite President Trump to the ballpark. Baltimore Orioles Executive VP John Angelos has said Trump won’t be throwing the first pitch at Camden Yards until

28 Mar 2017 10:49:22 -0400
Falcons GM wants to change OT rules after SB loss to Patriots
After blowing a 25-point lead in the final 17 minutes of Super Bowl LI, Atlanta Falcons never touched the ball in overtime. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots won the coin toss and promptly marched 75 yards down the field for a championship-clinching touchdown.Had the Patriots come up empty on that drive or kicked a field goal, the Falcons would have received a possession of their own. But under NFL rules, if a team scores a touchdown on the opening drive of overtime, the game is over.Thomas Dimitroff would like to see that rule changed.The Falcons general manager said Tuesday on “PFT Live” he believes teams that surrender a quick score in OT deserve an opportunity to match. No such proposal is on the table at this year’s NFL Annual Meeting, however, which Dimitroff acknowledged.“I would like to have a chance, of course, but that’s not where we are right now,” Dimitroff said. “And I’m a big league guy, so I’m supportive of where we are right now.“Personally, I’d like us to continue t

28 Mar 2017 10:17:11 -0400
LaVar Ball reportedly shopping reality TV projects
LaVar Ball has made headlines countless times in the past several months for his outlandish remarks, but perhaps the father of UCLA basketball star Lonzo Ball is simply angling for his next business venture.According to TMZ, Ball is “actively shopping” numerous television projects around Los Angeles, with the goal being to develop a reality TV series that centers around LaVar and his three sons, who are all star basketball players. Ball has reportedly started a production company called “Big Baller Media” and is said to have “several offers” already.Though no contracts have been signed, a reality TV show would make perfect sense for the Ball family. LaVar’s passion is obviously being in the spotlight at all times, and his oldest son Lonzo could be the top overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. His two younger sons, LiAngelo and LaMelo, are star players at their high school. LaMelo, a UCLA recruit, scored 92 points in a game earlier this year.Whether it’s beefing with Charles Barkley or making

28 Mar 2017 10:12:48 -0400
Report: Cowboys likely to release Romo before OTAs
The Dallas Cowboys are still holding out hope that they will find a trade partner for Tony Romo, but they may end up having to waive the white flag in the coming weeks.As Jason Cole of Bleacher Report notes, the Cowboys will likely have to release Romo before the start of organized team activities in mid-April. If Romo is still on the roster at that point, the team would risk having to pay his full salary in the event of an injury.“The Cowboys can’t afford to have Romo and his $14 million salary on their roster during the offseason training program,” Cole said Tuesday. “If Romo were to get hurt, Dallas would be on the hook for the full salary.”Teams like the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans have known that all along, which is why neither has shown a desire to trade for Romo. There’s simply no way the Cowboys can pay a backup quarterback like a starter and still maximize their potential, so it’s only a matter of time before they release Romo.At this point, it is difficult to tell just how badly

28 Mar 2017 09:12:46 -0400
Report: Rule banning leaping FG blocks expected to pass
Sorry, Shea McClellin. Your signature move soon will be illegal.The NFL owners are expected to pass a rule Tuesday banning players from leaping over the offensive line to block field goals and extra points, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.McClellin employed that tactic twice for the New England Patriots this past season, successfully blocking a field goal against the Baltimore Ravens and batting away an Atlanta Falcons extra point in Super Bowl LI but drawing a dubious penalty in the process. Jamie Collins, Kam Chancellor and Bobby Wagner also have used the move in the past. It’s an exhilarating play but, some around the league have argued, also a dangerous one, both for the leaper and for the players who are being hurdled. The Philadelphia Eagles proposed the rule change ahead of this year’s NFL Annual Meeting.“We’ve also had coaches tell us they are now coaching to defend that leaper, which can really create a real issue, a safety issue with that defender coming down and now jumping over,” NF

28 Mar 2017 01:03:33 -0400
Top eight takeways from Raiders’ relocation to Las Vegas
The time has come. Votes were cast. And 31 of the NFL’s 32 teams voted in favor of the Oakland Raiders relocating to Las Vegas. When it actually physically happens remains anyone’s guess. But for the third time in just over a calendar year, the league has paved the way for a team to relocate from its original city.There’s a whole heck of a lot to look at here. How will the Raiders’ eventual move to Vegas impact the rest of the NFL? Is Raiders owner Mark Davis to blame? What about Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf?In between these questions, there are even more points that can be raised. Did the NFL drop the ball in Los Angeles? Can Vegas house an NFL team? What about the public financing debate? Remember, the near $2 billion stadium in Vegas is being covered in large part by taxpayers.These are the questions we’ll answer in our eight takeaways from the Raiders’ relocation to Las Vegas.1. Libby Schaaf and Oakland did their citizens a favor The whole idea of the city of Oakland using public financing for

28 Mar 2017 00:44:27 -0400
Tony Romo upset with situation, distancing himself from teammates and coach
The situation around the Dallas Cowboys and Tony Romo has been constantly changing throughout the offseason. Reportedly, it’s taken a big toll on Romo. Normally, it would be hard to justify Romo taking this too personally. But from a human perspective, it’s hard to criticize him. He obviously wants to play football and it’s not going to happen in Dallas. Yet, weeks into free agency and nearly two months after the Super Bowl, he remains a Cowboy.Unfortunately for Romo, the drama is not likely to end any time soon, which can be read about here.One of the most sensible destinations would be the Denver Broncos, but John Elway has made it clear that his team isn’t interested. Previously, the Houston Texans emerged as not only the best fit, but possibly the only one. While that makes all kinds of sense, Romo can’t like the fact that it hasn’t happened.The good news for Romo is that he has options in football outside of playing, such as television.But for right now, it’s just a lot of limbo. It’s h

28 Mar 2017 00:44:24 -0400
Kings owner looking for an executive to place over Vlade Divac
The shakeup of the Sacramento Kings may not have ended with last month’s trade of DeMarcus Cousins.Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reports on Monday that Kings owner Vivek Ranadive has begun searching for an executive to place over general manager Vlade Divac. ESPN’s Marc Stein adds that the Kings have “expressed exploratory interest” in former Philadelphia 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie and have received permission to speak with him. Ranadive is said to have been “long intrigued” by the executive of Process-ian fame.However, Wojnarowski also notes that the interest may not be mutual on Hinkie’s part, despite the organizational pressure building on Ranadive to make the Kings front office more professional. Divac, who had no prior front office experience when he was hired as Kings GM in 2015, has been a bumbling mess since the very start. Hiring Hinkie, who has earned a reputation as something of a guru when it comes to rebuilds and who has holed up in nearby Palo Alto since he stepped down

27 Mar 2017 17:20:30 -0400
Elway: Broncos plan to 'stay the course' with Siemian, Lynch
After telling reporters he didn’t even discuss Tony Romo with Stephen Jones of the Dallas Cowboys this past week, John Elway once again threw cold water on the idea of the veteran  joining the Denver Broncos.The team has continued to throw its support behind Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch throughout the offseason, and Elway did so once again on Monday. While Elway didn’t slam the door shut entirely on Romo to Denver, it’s darn close. Obviously, this has everything to do with the fact that Romo is still a member of the Cowboys organization. Denver isn’t going to give up any draft currency to land an injury-prone veteran, even if Romo were open to re-doing his contract.Now, if the Cowboys did release Romo, then perhaps Elway might change his tune. But based on what’s been discussed of late, none of which has to do with Romo, it seems unlikely that would even be a viable option for the Broncos right now.Instead, Denver seems content to develop Lynch and hope he can take the job from Siemian, who is

27 Mar 2017 17:17:01 -0400
Boykin may have violated probation, could face jail time
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin was arrested early Monday morning, and the incident could have serious consequences because it is his second time getting in trouble with the law in less than two years.As TMZ notes, Boykin has been on probation stemming from a 2015 bar fight that he was involved in leading up to TCU’s bowl game. Boykin ended up being suspended for the Alamo Bowl, which would have been his final collegiate game.Boykin was required to stay out of legal trouble as part of the terms of his probation, and he could end up facing up to a year in jail and a $4,000 fine if prosecutors determine his probation should be revoked. He did not reach a plea agreement in the bar fight incident until June 2016, despite the incident taking place in December 2015.The details surrounding Boykin’s latest arrest are scarce, but he has been charged with drug and public intoxication charges after he was the passenger in a frightening car accident that left multiple people injured.

27 Mar 2017 17:38:42 -0400
USF suspends DB indefinitely for role in shooting, arrest
University of South Florida cornerback Hassan Childs has been suspended indefinitely for his role in an incident over the weekend that left him hospitalized after being shot. The ordeal, which has been described as a road-rage incident, led to his arrest. Childs is facing three felony aggravated assault charges and one misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession (more on that here).The redshirt senior has appeared in 20 games for the Bulls since 2013. During his tenure at South Florida, Childs has recorded 28 tackles and three interceptions. He missed the entire 2015 season with a torn ACL.

28 Mar 2017 00:43:40 -0400
Softball player, coach get physical in handshake line
There was a mini-beef that broke out in the handshake line at the end of Monday’s Florida-Auburn softball game.Auburn’s Haley Fagan and Florida head coach Tim Walton got into it in the handshake line following Auburn’s 1-0 win over the top-ranked Gators. Fagan didn’t appear to have her hand up when approaching Walton, so the coach’s five hit Fagan in the shoulder. Fagan turned around and pushed him, leading to a near scuffle. It’s hard to say who’s in the wrong there without knowing whether either move was intentional. Did Fagan intentionally snub Walton? Did he intentionally hit her in the shoulder, or was that coincidence?We know there is some history between the Fagan family and Walton, as Haley’s sisters, Sami and Kasey, started off at Florida before being kicked off the team.

27 Mar 2017 16:05:01 -0400
Kraft: Patriots do not intend to trade Malcolm Butler
The talk of star cornerback Malcolm Butler leaving the New England Patriots either via trade or by way of signing an offer sheet with another team has cooled in recent days, and it is starting to seem like the team plans to hang onto the star cornerback.At the NFL owners’ meetings on Monday, Patriots owner Robert Kraft praised Butler and said the team’s intention is not to trade him. “I hope he’s with us and signs his offer sheet and plays for us,” Kraft said. “I have a great affection for him. He was part of probably the greatest play in the history of our team. But there are a lot of people involved in that (decision).”When asked directly if the Patriots’ intention is to trade Butler, Kraft said “no.” That is notable because he was a bit more noncommittal when asked about the possibility of Jimmy Garoppolo being moved. Even if the Patriots can’t keep Butler — a restricted free agent — beyond next season, they have a chance to roll out arguably the best secondary in the NFL if they

27 Mar 2017 15:31:23 -0400
Brandon Marshall talks about how he can help Odell Beckham
The New York Giants added a powerful weapon on offense when they signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. And It appears he and fellow wideout Odell Beckham Jr. are bonding quite nicely.So much so, that Marshall looks to be eager to subtly take on the role of a mentor to OBJ. Marshall is nine years Beckham’s senior and has had a colorful career filled with ups and downs over the past 12 seasons in the NFL. He therefore could help to bring a certain maturity and leadership to the Giants locker room. This is something that could benefit Beckham in the long term, if he’s willing to listen.Marshall agreed to terms with the Giants because he feels that is the team that can get him a championship. If he can assist in other areas during his tenure in New York, then all the better. As for Beckham in particular, he is an amazing talent. But, he could stand to mature in several areas, both on and off the field.It will be interesting to see how OBJ and Marshall engage on the field once organized team activitie

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