With training camps getting ready to startup in a few weeks, the Miami Dolphins are trying to get some clarity on one of their former first round picks. Defensive end Dion Jordan’s agent told reporters a month ago that his client would be reinstated before the start of training camp.
Oklahoma City Thunder reportedly have rescinded qualifying offer for Dion Waiters, now is a free agent
I think all of us know that the Oklahoma City Thunder will have a very different look next season. We all know that forward Kevin Durant took his talents to the Bay Area and joined the Golden State Warriors.
Since the start of the offseason, we have heard plenty of things surrounding the roster of the Los Angeles Clippers. After getting eliminated in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, it seem like the Clippers are open to moving certain players that many thought were untouchable.
Ever since the Los Angeles Ram selected quarterback Jared Goff with the first overall pick, Nick Foles has wanted to be traded. But for whatever every reason, the Rams have been unable to move Foles.
Golden State Warriors center Anderson Varejao has found himself in an interesting situation. Even the Warriors lost the bid to repeat as NBA champions, Varejao can still come out as a winner.
The Dallas Cowboys defense has been hit pretty hard this offseason by suspensions from the NFL. One of those defensive players who is a facing a suspension is linebacker Rolando McClain.
I think that many will agree that the Golden State Warriors were the major winner of the NBA free agency period. The Warriors were able to land the crown jewel of free agency when they signed Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant.
On Friday, Atlanta Hawks rewarded guard Kent Bazemore after having one of the best seasons of his career. Bazemore and the Hawks agreed to a four-year, $70 million deal as they try to keep some of the core players together.
The Miami Heat made it known before the start of free agency that center Hassan Whiteside was the number one priority this offseason. Well the Heat got the job done as Whiteside agreed to a four-year, $99 million contract to remain with the team.
With Cowboys defense dealing with multiple suspensions, Brandon Carr says they have to become even stronger now
Looking at the Dallas Cowboys defense on paper, they should be really good this season. But there is one problem, the Cowboys probably won’t be full strength on defense until late into the regular season. Defensive ends Demarcus Lawrence and Randy Gregory have both been suspended by the NFL for four games.