As many of you may know, the Philadelphia 76ers holds the No. 1 pick in next week’s NBA Draft. There also has been plenty of speculation that the 76ers plan to select LSU forward Ben Simmons with that pick.
Ever since the rookie pay scale was changed by commissioner Roger Goodell, you really don’t see too many players holding out after they get drafted. But San Diego Chargers first round pick Joey Bosa is bucking that trend right now.
The Baltimore Ravens had a little bit of drama on Tuesday with one of their veteran players. There has been plenty of speculation about offensive tackle Eugene Monroe’s future with the team.
After going through a frustration regular season, many expected the Chicago Bulls to make some big changes this offseason. While it looks like head coach Fred Hoiberg will be there next year, one of their emerging stars night be on his way out.
When forward David West signed with the San Antonio Spurs last offseason, many knew that he was trying to chase a championship. While he had an okay season with the Spurs, his minutes diminished once they got deeper in the NBA playoffs.
During the 2015 season, quarterback Michael Vick started three games while Ben Roethlisberger was recovering from an injury. Now going into the 2016 season, Vick still hasn’t been picked up by anyone just yet.
Throughout the offseason, the Detroit Lions and linebacker Stephen Tulloch have not been on the same page. While the Lions wanted to trade Tulloch, they planned to release him if they couldn’t move him.
One of the biggest disappointments in the Baltimore Ravens 2013 draft class is safety Matt Elam. Coming out of the University of Florida, the Ravens had very high expectations for Elam. But after dealing with injuries throughout his time there, the Ravens decided to decline his fifth year option for 2017.
Since the start of the offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs have been trying to strike a deal with safety Eric Berry. The Chiefs have already placed the franchise tag on Berry, so he has been absent all offseason.
Going into the 2016 season, the Atlanta Falcons hope to rebound from what was a very disappointing 2015 campaign. While the Falcons hope that their defense will be improved, many expect the offense to once again carry this team.