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It’s free agency time in the NFL, and my message as always to current NFL general managers is buyers beware.

Kevin Huber Authentic Jersey Especially when it comes to the three free-agent quarterbacks who wore Vikings purple last season.
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With Minnesota apparently jumping into the Kirk Cousins derby, it’s likely that Case Keenum, Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater all will hit the open market March 14. All three players come with question marks, yet they are intriguing based on their past production.

Elite Tom Jackson Jersey Meanwhile, Keenum will attract some good offers coming off a career year in which he went 11-3 as the starter for the NFC North champs. He began the season as Bradford’s $2 million backup but took over after Bradford’s knee injury in the opening game. Keenum played well (22 TD passes, 7 interceptions, 98.3 rating). He also beat the Saints in the divisional playoffs with the last-second TD pass to Diggs. But Keenum and the entire team didn’t play well in the NFC title-game loss to the Eagles.

The Giants are fortunate they can focus more on depth for the defensive line, because their current talent with 2016 free-agent additions Damon Harrison and Olivier Vernon is built well for the transition in fronts.

Linebacker, however, simply needs bodies. Kelvin Sheppard, Devon Kennard, Jonathan Casillas, Keenan Robinson, Mark Herzlich and Akeem Ayers all are Myles Turner Authentic Jersey unrestricted free agents. B.J. Goodson, their returnee in the middle, struggled through an injury-marred 2017 season. Agreeing to get Alec Ogletree in a trade from the Rams to start in the middle is a good start.

Wentz had a passer rating of 110.3 when kept clean in the pocket, throwing 25 touchdowns, which ranked second in the league, despite Wentz missing the final three weeks of the season with a knee injury. Wentz also was phenomenal on third downs, leading the league in big-time throw percentage (12.0 percent) and passer rating (125.0).

Keenum’s leap in performance was almost as impressive as that of Wentz or Goff. He was fantastic all season and enters free agency with the question of whether he can repeat that in 2018 or beyond.

Aaron Judge, Yankees leadoff hitter: The case is compelling

Imagine being a starting pitcher against the Yankees. Now imagine seeing that Aaron Judge is leading off.

First-year Yankees manager Aaron Boone is letting his imagination run, and that’s exactly what he sees: Judge as a table-setter.

Judge hit mostly second or third last season. A jump up to the 1-spot wouldn’t be that big a leap. The stats say it should work, too.

One of Cooperstown’s newest denizens was just 27 years old and had averaged 76 stolen bases with a .307 batting average from 1982-86. Yet, no teams other than the Expos made him an offer that included a raise over what he made in 1986. But because the point here isn’t to delve into the ugliness of collusion, we’ll just point out that Raines made a pretty spectacular return to the diamond.

In his first game back as a member of the Expos, Raines tripled off Mets starter David Cone in his first at-bat, walked and then stole second in the third inning, singled in the sixth and singled to lead off the ninth and came around to score. In the 11th, Raines put the exclamation point on his return: He smacked a grand slam off Jesse Orosco, giving the Expos a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

He may never have signed with the Royals had the team been able to lock up first baseman Eric Hosmer to a deal, but since the former No. 3 overall pick signed with the Padres, Kansas City had some money to burn.

The other candidate for the team’s title of best position player, and the reason Brinson is playing in right, Kiermaier is freaking good. He’s one of the few people you can call the best defender in the game and not get heat for it. Kiermaier’s defensive highlights are in heavy rotation on YouTube for a lot of people, and he’s an above-average hitter on top of that. The only knock on him is that he’s missed a decent amount of time with injuries over the past two years, but making a lot of diving catches on a field made of astroturf and concrete is going to do that to you. The sooner Tropicana Field gets handed over to a demolition company, the better.

Signed Wednesday by the Rays, Gomez provides yet another great outfield glove. He’s got a bit of pop in his bat, he loves to run wild on the bases, and he’s entertaining if nothing else.seahawks_029_5d99a80004baac3e-180x180

Kevin Durant has fun with All-Star draft, says he’s coming for Stephen Curry

Let no one say the NBA’s new All-Star draft isn’t fun.

The All-Star game, which has a draft for the first time in 2018 in lieu of the traditional East-vs.-West format, now pits the Warriors’ Kevin Durant against teammate and team captain Stephen Curry, one of two selectors for this year’s teams. Of course, LeBron James, the other All-Star selector, took Durant for his own team.

The Capitals have allowed power-play goals in five of their last seven games, having killed 72.7 percent (16 of 22) of penalties in those games.

Lindholm doubled the lead to 2-0 at 13:15. He fired a shot from the blue line that goalie Braden Holtby couldn’t see through traffic for his 10th goal, tying his career high set in 2015-16.

“We didn’t help ourselves a whole lot starting that way, but it wasn’t just that,” Capitals center Lars Eller said. “It was execution of passes, losing battles along the wall, being second on puck. Just being a split-second behind all the time. We’re not really a slow team, but in the first we looked slow because we were always chasing.”

When the star guards are paired with the 6-1 Shabazz Napier — yet another point guard — the Blazers really run. According to, that trio is one of Portland’s best three-man lineups that’s played at least 120 minutes in terms of net (20.5) and defensive rating (93.0), and it holds the fourth-best offensive rating (113.4) to boot. A larger sample size will truly determine the effectiveness of this lineup, but it’s been great so far.

But after that, the next best three-man combo that includes both Lillard and McCollum is way down the list, when they play next to Ed Davis (6.9 net rating).

Again, the duo is good enough that they make it work. And Stotts has been smart about splitting time and giving both of them a chance to play with a variety of lineup combinations. That’s why the overwhelming majority of lineup stats — with any decent sample size — feature one of the two stars on this team.

Troy Tulowitzki unlikely to be healthy enough for opener

Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is unlikely to be ready for Opening Day because of a bone spur on his right heel, manager John Gibbons said Sunday.

“I don’t expect he’ll be ready. But he’s moving in the right direction, so who knows?” Gibbons said.

Tulowitzki’s 2017 season ended on July 28 when he sprained his right ankle and also suffered ligament damage.

Though Game 7 would receive the most attention, it was Maddon’s Game 6 decisions which created his dilemma that was to come. Leading 7-2 in Game 6, he brought Chapman into the game in the seventh inning. It was hardly a save situation, and considering the closer’s Game 5 workload, many were left wondering if it was the right move.

“It was the middle of their batting order,” Maddon explained afterward. “There was just no other way to look at that and feel good, man. That could have been the ballgame right there. I thought the game could have been lost right there if we did not take care of it properly.”

Santana went 16-8 with a 3.28 ERA in 33 starts last season for the Twins, who earned an AL wild-card berth one year after losing 103 games.

Cody Bellinger, 1B, Los Angeles Dodgers (ADP: 27.5): In a dynasty league, he’d be my first 1B off the board — yes, even ahead of Paul Goldschmidt, Joey Votto and Anthony Rizzo. Sure, recommending the NL Rookie of the Year may seem too obvious, but in part because of the position he plays, he’s going a full round after his AL Rookie of the Year counterpart, Aaron Judge. Quite frankly, given what I feel is a much greater risk of Judge going into a prolonged slump, I’d much rather take my chances with 22-year-old Bellinger.

Rhys Hoskins, 1B, Philadelphia Phillies (ADP: 52.6): In a re-draft league, it’s a close call as to whether I trust Hoskins and his 170 career at-bats to be included in my top 10 at first base. However, when you factor in his age (25), and the fact he calls Citizens Bank Park — far and away the best stadium for home runs last season — his home, along with an OBP of .396, and I’d give him a very realistic chance at finishing in the top five at his position in 2018. He’s got far more years in his prime ahead of himself than most of his 1B peers, which makes him an intriguing inclusion on this list.raiders_008-223x223

Schroder helps Hawks hold off late Pacers’ comeback attempt

The Atlanta Hawks, with little more on the line than their spot near the top of the next NBA draft, outhustled an Indiana team playing to improve its position in the playoffs.

For Pacers coach Nate McMillan, that’s not acceptable.

Dennis Schroder scored seven of Atlanta’s final eight points to finish with 14, and the Hawks held off a late Indiana comeback to beat the Pacers 107-102 on Wednesday night.

This used to go only for non-post players. But in today’s NBA, even 7-footers are being asked to stretch the floor. Think of all of the elite bigs who have become 3-point threats: Anthony Davis, Karl-Anthony Towns, DeMarcus Cousins, Nikola Jokic and more.

Remember that blocks tend to regress over the course of an NBA player’s career.

So, when it comes to big-man 3-point production, everything is relative. Even a subtle boost is impactful. Davis is already a top-three player. But as he continues to camp out, and he gets closer to 1.0 3PG, you’ll see Davis become a yearly threat to become No. 1 overall.

Meanwhile, the Grizzlies lost their 11th straight, going winless for February. Phoenix won for the first time since defeating the Dallas Mavericks 102-88 on Jan. 31. Elfrid Payton had 19 points and 10 assists for the Suns in the win over Memphis.

“I’m happy for the players, I really am,” Phoenix interim coach Jay Triano said, later adding: “It’s nice for them to get rewarded with a win.”

The smiles among the Suns were in contrast to the misery for Memphis, which continues to struggle. Marc Gasol led the Grizzlies with 22 points and 13 rebounds, while Andrew Harrison scored 20 points. Jarell Martin finished with 16 points.

“We were in a good situation to still win the game, and we struggled on the stretch,” Spurs guard Manu Ginobili said. “We didn’t execute well. Our defense kind of melted down. We fought hard and we scrambled, and we competed. Sometimes that’s not enough — you have to play well, too. That wasn’t there down the stretch.”49ers_175

This guy proposing to a woman holding a 40 after the Super Bowl is peak Philly

I’m firmly against the general concept of public proposals, but in the case of this guy popping the question during Eagles celebrations I’ll make an exception:

Call me a hopeless romantic, but there’s just something special about a guy with a Revolutionary War haircut going down on one knee in the middle of the street to pop the question to his significant other while she’s holding a 40.

With the promotion of Jeremy Bates to offensive coordinator, the Jets are going to a true West Coast passing game after their personnel in 2017 forced them to go more Air Coryell-turned-Air Raid. Now that Josh McCown is a free agent, the top order of business is finding a QB to push New York forward in the new scheme.

Option A is using a chunk of their cap space to sign Kirk Cousins to a lucrative, long-term deal as their franchise QB. Option B is simply sitting back and taking the best QB available at No. 6 overall in the draft.

The Senators also received goalie Filip Gustavsson and the Penguins’ first-round draft pick this year as well as their third-round selection next year. Pittsburgh also acquired a pair of prospects — forward Vincent Dunn from Ottawa and forward Tobias Lindberg from Vegas — plus Ottawa’s third-round pick this year.

Vegas also received a fourth-round pick this year, and is retaining 40 percent of Brassard’s salary. According to the Penguins, Brassard is signed through next season with an average annual salary of $5 million.

Rutherford said when he had been asked previously about acquiring Brassard, “the answer’s always been, `No,’ because we really didn’t think we could figure out how to fit him under the cap.”

The 30-year-old Brassard had 18 goals and 20 assists in 58 games for the Senators this season. He has 159 goals and 261 assists in 702 regular-season games in 11 seasons with Columbus, the New York Rangers and the Senators.

Super Bowl 52 beer prices: Hooooo boy that’s a lot of money for a Bud Light

The amount of time that will pass between the Super Bowl pregame show and the moment when commissioner Roger Goodell finally hands over the Vince Lombardi Trophy is approximately 10 hours. That’s a lot of time to do without a beer.

And for more than the price of a pitcher at happy hour, you can have your own 16-ounce can of what Anheuser-Busch has generously described as “beer” since 1982.

At Brothers Bar & Grill in Minneapolis, a chain that’s a staple across Big Ten towns throughout the Midwest, Bud Light pitchers will run you $5 on Monday nights. At Gary’s Liquors in Chestnut Hill, Mass. — near Boston College — a 12 pack of tall boy aluminum cans, the same kind with which vendors are walking up and down the U.S. Bank Stadium steps, will run you $14.99. A 30-pack of regular cans costs $21.99. In Philadelphia, the Pennypack Beer Distributor will sell you 24 12-oz. bottles for $20.14.

Assuming you’re going to drink a modest four beers over four hours at your Super Bowl party, you’re saving a solid amount in beer money alone by staying home.

My next question is, I wonder what he ordered from Panda Express — I’m assuming it was one hell of an order, since he doesn’t have to worry about playing in a game in a few hours.

Branch missing is a big loss for the Pats against the Eagles, but the defense did fine without him toward the end of the season regardless. Branch re-signing with the Pats last offseason was one of the biggest keeps for New England along its defensive line.

We’ll see how much the defense misses him Sunday against Philadelphia.

The Capitals also allowed a goal late in regulation Thursday night, but it was the game-winner in a 3-2 Washington loss on a night the Panthers held a ceremony to honor the victims of the recent shooting in nearby Parkland.bears_081-223x223

Ex-Ray Jake Odorizzi: No cloud over spring training with Twins

There was a little bit of pain there, but I don’t think about it, you know? Santana said. I’m trying to win. Now I’ve got it fixed.

Santana’s contract will vest for 2019 with 200 or more innings in 2018, but he’s unlikely to reach that threshold now, with a return not expected until mid-to-late April. The Twins could decide to exercise the option for $14 million or buy him out for $1 million and make him a free agent.

One of the most anticipated events at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics gets underway with the men’s individual figure skating event. The short program starts Friday morning (Thursday night in the United States) and medals will be handed out after the free skate program the next day. American viewers can catch it live at 8 p.m. ET on NBC (live stream).

Team USA hasn’t won a gold in men’s figure skating since the 2010 Vancouver games, though it has an excellent chance this year with some up-and-coming stars. Adam Rippon is the biggest American name this year after winning over the nation’s heart with his magnetic personality and endless charm. Rippon helped his country claim the bronze medal in the team event, and while he might have a challenge making the podium in a stacked field, he’s the runaway fan favorite nonetheless.

Tillman, 29, has spent his entire nine-year major league career with the Orioles, who acquired the right-hander as part of a blockbuster trade with the Seattle Mariners in 2008.

Tillman went 56-30 and was one of Baltimore’s top pitchers from 2013 to 2016, but struggled with shoulder injuries last season and went 1-7 with a 7.84 ERA in 19 starts and five relief appearances.

Tillman reportedly drew interest as a free agent from multiple teams other than Baltimore this offseason, including the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins.

Player movement is inevitable, and it is, mostly, for the players’ good. Free agency is for their good, of course, but even trades — even teams putting players on waivers or outright releasing them — help funnel players into opportunities and organizations where they will thrive, where there is plenty of playing time, where there are coaches who believe in them and where their best years might coincide with pennant races. Not every trade is good for the player, but on balance, a sport in which players didn’t move around a lot would be very bad for its athletes.bears_001

Each MLB team to recognize shooting victims by wearing Stoneman Douglas caps

Major League Baseball players will honor victims of last week’s shooting in Florida by wearing Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School hats at spring training games this week.

Several Grapefruit clubs had first planned to honor victims by wearing the school’s caps before their league openers.

Commissioner Rob Manfred said that within 48 hours, all 30 teams were confirmed to wear the school hats during pregame warm-ups for their exhibition openers. Players, managers, coaches and umpires will have the option of wearing the caps during those first games. The hats might later be signed and auctioned to raise money for the Broward Education Foundation, the official victims fund.

You still need a QB, though, and Zac Thomas gets first crack at the job. The sophomore led a garbage-time field goal drive against Georgia last year, but that’s about the extent of his experience. He appears to be pretty mobile, and co-coordinators Shawn Clark and Frank Ponce don’t appear to be changing much of the system.

If Thomas can’t cut it, there are other options. Sophomore Jacob Huesman and redshirt freshman Peyton Derrick have good size, and incoming three-star freshman Stephon Brown, at 6’5, 220, has great size. But the best-case scenario is probably that the third-year Thomas figures things out.

Nate Woody’s last game was maybe his most impressive. Part of the reason for App State’s surge all the way to No. 18 in S&P+ is that the Mountaineers utterly destroyed an awesome Toledo team, 34-0, in the Camellia Bowl. That one game led to a jump of 17 spots in the overall rankings.

Rasmus was hitting .281 with nine home runs and 23 RBIs in 37 games for the Rays when he left. He has hit 165 home runs and batted .242 in nine seasons with St. Louis, Toronto, Houston and Tampa Bay. He has hit more than 20 home runs in a season four times in his career.

The left-handed-hitting Rasmus is expected to compete with Alex Presley, another left-handed-hitting outfielder, for a spot on the major league roster.

Orioles general manager Dan Duquette said in a text that Rasmus is a proven veteran player in the AL East, who is a versatile outfielder with good power and speed to make a meaningful contribution.

Back in 2002, the Colorado Rockies became the first squad to utilize a humidor. Club officials noted the balls used at Coors Field were lighter and smaller than MLB specifications, suggesting the dry air, along with the reduced pressure, dries them out. Balls already travel more in the mile-high thin air, so the hope was not only for improved grip but also that a slightly heavier, larger ball would carry less in home games.royals_037

Philadelphia and New England were the best teams in the league all season, and they have backed it up with strong playoff runs.

When the Eagles meet the Patriots in Super Bowl 52 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, it will mark the fourth time in five years that the top seeds in the NFC and AFC have battled for the NFL championship.

The Eagles and Patriots match up well with each other, offensively and defensively.

A good 13 years since the franchises met in Super Bowl 39, who will take the rematch in Super Bowl 52? Here’s an early prediction.

The Patriots are vulnerable in linebacker coverage but have the cornerbacks and safeties to contain big plays. The Eagles’ defensive weaknesses lie on the edges of their back seven.

The Eagles will make more plays in the slot with Nelshon Agholor working on former Eagle Eric Rowe, and the Patriots will see Danny Amendola cool off against Patrick Robinson. Overall, not much will separate the offense explosiveness. And with weather not being a factor, the game likely will come down to the final possession.

In the end of a close, somewhat high-scoring game, it’s easier to trust the steady Brady over the streaky Foles.

“I’m convinced he’s not 40 years old,” Theismann told USA Today. “I think his birth certificate was sealed hermetically a long time ago, and he’s a genetic freak is what he is.

“When your arm starts to wane, you don’t make those (precision) throws anymore. And in Tom’s case, I haven’t seen any dropoff.”

Theismann isn’t the only one to give credit to Brady’s throwing arm. Ron Jaworski, who was a quarterback in the NFL for 17 years, echoed similar thoughts.

“The ball comes out with a great deal of velocity. His mobility may even be better at 40 than it was 30. It’s amazing. I marvel at the guy. At (38), I was at the end of line and I was hanging on,” Jaworski said.bills_033

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