Aaron Rodgers ‘more likely than not’ to play for Packers in 2021

Sportsnaut

The ongoing drama between Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers might be taking another turn. As the biggest storyline of the NFL offseason slowly unfolds, a blockbuster trade now seems even more unlikely.

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Jets Linked To Former NFL Sack King Vic Beasley as Potential FA Target

Heavy

The New York Jets have done a phenomenal job this offseason upgrading the talent level of this roster. With over 10 draft selections and doling out over $75 million in guarantees during the free agency period, the arrow is clearly pointing up heading into OTAs.

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The Best Player Who Could Be Cut from Every NFL Roster in 2021 Offseason

Bleacher Report

NFL teams are dealing with bloated rosters after taking in plenty of new players via free agency and the draft. Organizations have also been coming to terms with undrafted rookie free agents, loading up their cupboards to prepare for training camp and the preseason.

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Paul Pierce, Ben Wallace Reportedly Part Of 2021 Hall Of Fame Class

Hoops Rumors

Ahead of Sunday’s official announcement, two names of the 2021 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class have been reported: Ben Wallace and Paul Pierce.

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5-star recruit Jaden Hardy to sign with G League

The Score

Five-star 2021 recruit Jaden Hardy will sign with the G League Ignite, sources told The Athletic's Shams Charania.

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Kevin Garnett’s one major regret with the Timberwolves

Clutch Points

Kevin Garnett got honest in his Hall of Fame speech as he reflected on his long NBA career, including his time with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

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Stars Haven’t Asked Ben Bishop To Waive No-Move Protection

Yardbarker

One of the more intriguing goalie situations to watch for heading into Seattle’s expansion draft is in Dallas.  Ben Bishop and Anton Khudobin formed a high-quality tandem in 2018-19 and 2019-20 and would have this season had it not been for Bishop’s knee injury that cost him the entire year.  Both goalies require protection from the Kraken and, of course, teams can only protect one.

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Late additions paying off as Washington Capitals, Boston Bruins open Stanley Cup playoffs

Sportsnaut

Both the Washington Capitals and Boston Bruins hope their trade-deadline day acquisitions continue to be difference makers when they kick off the Stanley Cup playoffs in an opening-round series Saturday in Washington, D.C.

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Dallas GM Jim Nill Discusses Upcoming Contract Talks For Key Defensemen

Pro Hockey Rumors

Dallas has a pair of important contracts on the back end to look at this offseason with Miro Heiskanen set to become a restricted free agent while John Klingberg will be entering the final year of his contract, making him eligible to sign an extension at that time.  Speaking with reporters including Mike Heika of the Stars’ team site, GM Jim Nill provided some comments about the situations for both of them.

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Los Angeles Dodgers, Albert Pujols agree to deal

The Score

The Los Angeles Dodgers and 10-time All-Star Albert Pujols agreed on a major-league deal for the remainder of the season, a source told Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times.

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Los Angeles Angels acquire Hunter Strickland from Rays

Sportsnaut

The Los Angeles Angels acquired right-handed relief pitcher Hunter Strickland from the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.

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David Price reveals why he auctioned off his World Series ring

Larry Brown Sports

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher David Price opted out of the 2020 MLB season, but he still received a World Series ring when his teammates claimed a championship. Though that is the goal for many players, Price elected not to keep his.

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United’s biggest non-Glazer shareholder criticises Super League ‘damage’

The Athletic

Manchester United’s leading shareholder aside from the Glazer family has expressed concern at the “reputational damage” that has been inflicted by the European Super League.

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Jadon Sancho Camp ‘More Confident Than Ever’ Over Man Utd Move

Eurosport

It was back in October 2018 that the Jadon Sancho-Manchester United transfer saga truly began.

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Aaron Rodgers reportedly believes Packers promised to trade him

MSN.com

A number of factors have contributed to Aaron Rodgers' frustration with the Packers. The selection of Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 draft, the team’s overall approach to the wide receiver position and Rodgers’ own contract situation are just a few of those factors. As Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes, Rodgers apparently believes Green Bay promised him he would be traded, only to renege on that pledge.

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Kyle Shanahan says Trey Lance can win 49ers’ QB job

Sportsnaut

The San Francisco 49ers’ plan is to roll with Jimmy Garoppolo as their starting quarterback, but head coach Kyle Shanahan is keeping an open mind regarding talented rookie Trey Lance.

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Masks no longer required for fully vaccinated players, staff at NFL facilities

The Score

The NFL has updated its COVID-19 protocols after the CDC said Thursday it's safe for those who are fully vaccinated to not wear masks in most indoor and outdoor settings.

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Charles Barkley Says That Danny Ainge Is Part Of The Boston Celtics’ Issues

Fadeaway World

The Boston Celtics have been one of the teams that have underwhelmed this season. They are the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference and look headed to the play-in. After making the Eastern Conference Finals last season, they haven't reached the championship contender status that was expected of them ahead of the season.

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Heat sign Omer Yurtseven for final roster spot

MSN.com

The Miami Heat’s deadline day trades gave them two open roster spots. The Heat used one of those slots on Dewayne Dedmon, who has filled in admirably as a backup center. And today, the team announced that center Omer Yurtseven had signed to a deal for the final roster spot.

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Kobe Bryant’s Wife, Daughters Visit Hall Of Fame Exhibit, ‘Love You Always’

TMZ

A special moment for Kobe Bryant's family … when Vanessa and their children visited the NBA legend's exhibit at the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday … and it's a pretty emotional sight.

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Missouri welcomes the SEC ‘challenge’ in Year 2 with coach Eli Drinkwitz and quarterback Connor Bazelak

The Athletic

The chirping birds and white noise of the spring wind were a tell. Eli Drinkwitz was out for a walk during a phone call, enjoying the locale he has called home for well over a year but has not gotten nearly enough time to truly settle into.

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Jequez Ezzard’s freaky athletic skills have been on full display for Sam Houston in FCS playoffs

The Athletic

David Clowney knows all about freaky athletes. The former NFL receiver once clocked at 4.28 40 at Virginia Tech and vertical jumped 40.5 inches at the NFL Scouting Combine and also played next to a bunch of All-Pros.

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New Pac-12 commissioner has clear message about conference’s struggles

Larry Brown Sports

For years, many people associated with the Pac-12 have been deeply frustrated about the league’s lack of success nationally. The fact that former commissioner Larry Scott seemed either incapable or indifferent about changing that trend was one of the biggest factors working against him during his tenure.

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Carolina Hurricanes Agree To Terms With Tuukka Tieksola

NHL.com

Don Waddell, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes, today announced that the team has agreed to terms with forward Tuukka Tieksola on a three-year, entry-level contract. At the NHL level, the deal will pay Tieksola $750,000 in the first two seasons of the contract and $775,000 in the third season. He will earn $70,000 at the AHL level for all three seasons, and he will receive $195,000 in signing bonuses.

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Ben Groulx Agrees To New Contract With Tampa Bay Lightning

MSN.com

Ben Groulx will be back behind the bench for the Syracuse Crunch.

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