Earlier this month, the Utah Jazz decided to trade former first round pick Trey Burke to the Washington Wizards. Burke never made the splash that many thought he would when he was drafted three years ago.
As many of you already know, the NFL is trying to find ways to make the game safer to play. With that being said, there has been plenty of talk of the NFL getting rid of kickoff returns all together.
With training camps getting ready to start this week, quarterback Michael Vick is still waiting to be picked up by a team. But in the meantime, Vick is still out to prove that he can still play in the NFL.
Los Angeles Lakers fans got their chance to see first round pick Brandon Ingram during the NBA Summer League the past few weeks. But the fans are not the only one that has been watching Ingram very closely this past few weeks.
Since the offseason started, quarterback Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints have been in talks about a contract extension. But for the past few months, things have slowly down between the two sides.
As many of you may know by now, the Miami Dolphins signed former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster to a one year deal Monday. Foster, who is recovering from a tore Achilles watched multiple running backs get deals before him once free agency opened up.
There are many who can’t wait to see if the Denver Broncos will be as good or better than last year’s team that won the Super Bowl. One of the reason they have a chance to repeat their success is because of their dominating defense.
With forward Kevin Durant leaving to joining the Golden State Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder trying to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Guard Russell Westbrook will be a free agent after the upcoming season is over, so the Thunder are already looking for ways to try to keep him.
Even after giving Ian Mahinmi $64 million, the Wizards reportedly still consider Marcin Gortat their starter
When forward Kevin Durant decided to sign with the Golden State Warriors, the Washington Wizards had to make some adjustments to their plan during free agency. One of those adjustments was signing former Indiana Pacers center Ian Mahinmi to a four-year, $64 million contract.
Georgia Bulldogs head coach Kirby Smart is dealing with a pretty interesting offseason in Athens right now. Multiple Bulldogs players have gotten in trouble with the law and one has been kicked off the team already.