At this moment, former Houston Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer is the top quarterback available in free agency. After the Texans signed Brock Osweiler, the writing was on the wall for Hoyer.
On Friday, the Washington Redskins emerged as the winner of the Josh Norman sweepstakes. The Redskins fought off multiple teams to sign the former Carolina Panther to a massive deal.
On Thursday night, the Houston Rockets finally defeated the Golden State Warriors, who now hold a 2-1 lead in the first round of the NBA playoffs. There has been plenty of talk about how the Rockets bench reacted to James Harden’s game winning shot on Thursday night.
With the NFL Draft a few days away, many teams are still trying to figure out who will atop their draft boards come Thursday. One team that everyone is interested to see who they will select is the Dallas Cowboys.
After getting pushed around by the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game one, the Detroit Pistons have been extra physical in Game 2 and 3. One of the main players that has received the brunt of the Pistons physical play has been forward LeBron James.
Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle has been in plenty of playoff series throughout his coaching career. So he knows when a series is about to take a turn for the worse as teams begin to play more physical.
The San Diego Chargers were very excited earlier in the week because of how many teams were interested in trading for the #3 pick in the draft. It was reported that they were getting as much action as the Cleveland Browns were for the #2 pick that they held.
As many of you may know, the Washington Redskins have signed former Carolina Panthers defensive back Josh Norman. But before the Redskins were able to close the deal, the New Orleans Saints were making a big push to sign Norman away from them.
Now that the NFL Draft is less than a week away, players and their agents are being really cautious about what they say or about generating any bad press. Well earlier this week, ESPN’s draft guru Todd McShay didn’t really give a glowing assessment about Memphis quarterback Paxton Lynch.
Now that we are getting near the end of April, NFL teams are welcoming back their players for offseason workouts. Most coaches are looking to see what their players have been doing since the season ended and if they are already in good shape.