The Carolina Panthers knew going into the offseason that defensive tackle Kawann Short deserved a contract extension. Both sides have been talking throughout the offseason and things were going good.
As we are getting closer to the NBA Draft, you can expect to hear about certain teams trying to make some moves. There are a few teams that have plenty of trade assets, which could put themselves in a better position to draft the player they want.
Since the beginning of the NBA regular season, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has been frustrated with his role he currently has. Head coach Fred Hoiberg decided to bring Noah off of the bench, but it’s obvious that he wanted to start.
Last month, the Washington Wizards announced that point guard John Wall was having surgeries on both of his knees. The surgeries are expected to make Wall miss out on making the USA Basketball team but should be ready for the start of training camp.
For the first time in a while, the Jacksonville Jaguars have quite the buzz going into the 2016 NFL season. The Jaguars have been very busy this offseason trying to improve a defense that was one of the league’s worse in 2015.
I can honestly say that Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James probably has the most love-hate relationship with the fans. While some believe that he is one of the best basketball players of all time, there are some who believe that he has media outlets like ESPN putting a bunch of hype behind him.
I think everyone knows how dominate NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal was in his playing days. Now his son, Shareef is planning to follow in his footsteps. The younger O’Neal already has an offer list that includes UCLA, USC, Baylor, Kansas State and LSU, which is his father’s alma mater.
Tennessee Titans rookie offensive lineman Jack Conklin has played plenty of football, so he knows a good leader when he sees one. While quarterback Marcus Mariota is a quite leader, running back DeMarco Murray has been very vocal during offseason workouts.
John Elway on Brock Osweiler skipping white house visit: That’s his decision, everyone else will be there
I think everyone knows that the Super Bowl champions have a date at the White House to see the President of the United States every year. The Denver Broncos will have that honor on Monday and have sent out the invitation to players that have left the team as well.
The Golden State Warriors dominated the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. With Steph Curry and Klay Thompson struggling, forward Harrison Barnes was one of many who had a very good game.