Free agent defensive end Greg Hardy is still trying to figure out why no one wants to sign him. Hardy thought doing an interview with ESPN’s Adam Schefter would help his cause but all it did was get Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith upset.
At this moment, the San Francisco 49ers and the Denver Broncos are negotiating terms to trade quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The Broncos want the 49ers and Kaepernick to take on part of his contract, which is why the two teams are in a stalemate.
There was plenty of speculation about Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis after the team’s playoff loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. There were many, including me, that thought the Bengals should move on from Lewis and hired another coach.
Last week, a young kid made the news after he ran onto the court during a game between the New York Knicks and the New Orleans Pelicans. The kid ran straight to forward Carmelo Anthony, who gave him a hug during the confusion.
There are a few teams this offseason that have made a big splash during free agency. One of those teams is the Oakland Raiders, who many believe could make the playoffs this season. Even after all of the players they have brought in, the Raiders still are not quite finished.
A few years ago, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that there was talk about expanding the postseason by adding more teams. Last year, the owners decided put the issue on the back burner as they addressed other things.
For the first time in the past few season, there won’t be a quarterback controversy in Washington. Now that Robert Griffin III is with the Cleveland Browns, Kirk Cousins is the man for the Redskins.
We are now in the month of April and defensive end Greg Hardy is still a free agent. Hardy already had a lot of baggage when the Dallas Cowboys took a chance on him, but his time there wasn’t pleasant.
If you missed last night’s National championship game between North Carolina and Villanova, you missed out on a great game. Leading up to the game, Tar Heels alumnus and TNT analyst Kenny Smith was very confident that his boys would get the job done.
Now that we are down to the final two teams in college basketball, players that played in the NCAA Tournament are starting to declare for the NBA Draft. The Maryland Terrapins lost three of their best players as Melo Trimble, Diamond Stone, and Robert Carter Jr. all declared for the draft.