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27 Mar 2017 16:09:56 -0400
Six reasons Raiders' move to Las Vegas will be awesome
The Oakland Raiders won’t carry that name much longer after NFL owners voted in favor of the team relocating to Las Vegas on Monday.This is a move that is sad for fans of the franchise in northern California, and Roger Goodell said after the vote that he is “disappointed” that a move had to be made.But if we’re being honest, it’s going to be great for the Raiders and the league in general. Let’s examine some of the ways the Raiders to Las Vegas is going to be awesome.1. No more Northern/Southern California dilemmaGiven the commitment the Nevada taxpayers are making to lure the Raiders to Las Vegas (staggering details here), we can be assured the team is going to be stuck in Sin City for a long time. This is a really good thing, and it completely wipes out the old Northern/Southern California dilemma that the Davis family dealt with since first leaving Oakland after the 1981 season.No longer will anyone have to wonder if Oakland or Los Angeles (or even San Diego) will have to deal with the Raiders

27 Mar 2017 16:05:01 -0400
Kraft: Patriots do not intend to trade Malcolm Butler
The talk of star cornerback Malcolm Butler leaving the New England Patriots either via trade or by way of signing an offer sheet with another team has cooled in recent days, and it is starting to seem like the team plans to hang onto the star cornerback.At the NFL owners’ meetings on Monday, Patriots owner Robert Kraft praised Butler and said the team’s intention is not to trade him. “I hope he’s with us and signs his offer sheet and plays for us,” Kraft said. “I have a great affection for him. He was part of probably the greatest play in the history of our team. But there are a lot of people involved in that (decision).”When asked directly if the Patriots’ intention is to trade Butler, Kraft said “no.” That is notable because he was a bit more noncommittal when asked about the possibility of Jimmy Garoppolo being moved. Even if the Patriots can’t keep Butler — a restricted free agent — beyond next season, they have a chance to roll out arguably the best secondary in the NFL if they

27 Mar 2017 15:31:23 -0400
Brandon Marshall talks about how he can help Odell Beckham
The New York Giants added a powerful weapon on offense when they signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall. And It appears he and fellow wideout Odell Beckham Jr. are bonding quite nicely.So much so, that Marshall looks to be eager to subtly take on the role of a mentor to OBJ. Marshall is nine years Beckham’s senior and has had a colorful career filled with ups and downs over the past 12 seasons in the NFL. He therefore could help to bring a certain maturity and leadership to the Giants locker room. This is something that could benefit Beckham in the long term, if he’s willing to listen.Marshall agreed to terms with the Giants because he feels that is the team that can get him a championship. If he can assist in other areas during his tenure in New York, then all the better. As for Beckham in particular, he is an amazing talent. But, he could stand to mature in several areas, both on and off the field.It will be interesting to see how OBJ and Marshall engage on the field once organized team activitie

27 Mar 2017 15:27:11 -0400
Scherzer makes Tebow look silly in spring training at-bat
What would it look like if Tim Tebow actually got a shot to play in the majors? Max Scherzer gave us a glimpse of how it might turn out in a spring training game on Monday.Scherzer pitched five innings in the Washington Nationals’ exhibition against the New York Mets, and he got a chance to face Tebow. He put him away on three straight fastballs. Observe: The chances of Tebow ever appearing in an MLB game are slim, and that at-bat should give you an idea as to why. While Scherzer is one of the best pitchers in baseball, Tebow is nowhere nearing be able to compete with top talent and probably never will be. If you want to know how out of place the former Florida Gators star has looked in spring training, just read what last year’s AL Cy Young Award winner had to say about him.

27 Mar 2017 15:06:09 -0400
Lonzo Ball discusses headlines his father creates
Lonzo Ball isn’t distracted by the media sideshow his father, Lavar Ball, has become.The UCLA basketball star told ESPN’s “First Take” on Monday his father’s recent comments haven’t heaped more pressure on him and have no bearing on his game. “No at the end of the day, I’m on the court, not him,” Lonzo Ball said when asked if he feels added pressure. “Whatever people say off the court, they’re gonna say. At the end of the day, it’s up to me and what I do on the court. I stay true to myself, I work on my game and I’m very calm.”Lavar has given “March Madness” new meaning this month by boasting about his and his sons’ basketball skills. Those comments only increased attention on Lonzo during UCLA’s failed pursuit of a NCAA national championship.Lonzo said his father’s public comments don’t affect him because he hears them beforehand and ignores reaction to them.“I don’t really pay attention to the media. No. I know what he’s going to say.”So the Lavar Ball show

27 Mar 2017 14:28:22 -0400
NFL owners approve Raiders relocation to Las Vegas
To nobody’s surprise, the NFL owners approved a proposal Monday in Phoenix that will send the Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas. And according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, only the Miami Dolphins opposed. This was an outcome that was widely reported as a given heading into the Annual League Meeting, and there were a few major reasons it went through so smoothly.First off, the city of Oakland never did give the Raiders or the NFL a viable solution to stay in the Bay Area — something commissioner Roger Goodell made crystal clear over the weekend.Secondly, the city of Las Vegas laid out a red carpet with plenty of green trimming. In addition to the $750 million in public funds to build a stadium in Vegas, the city also approved $200 million in additional funds to be utilized for infrastructure. Additionally, the proposal indicated the cost of the stadium would be down by $200 million compared to initial estimates. There was no way that deal was going to get turned down.Finally, there’s the matter of addition

27 Mar 2017 14:20:13 -0400
Laettner taunts Kentucky after Elite Eight heartbreaker
Christian Laettner still enjoys ripping Kentucky’s heart out, or at the very least, pouring salt in the wound when someone else does.The Duke icon was even willing to root for North Carolina if it meant knocking Kentucky out of the tournament. Luke Maye did that on Sunday with a dramatic shot, just as Laettner had with Duke 25 years prior — while wearing the same number. Maye’s game-winner (video here) wasn't quite the famous Laettner shot, but it wasn’t that far off, and the fact that they both wore No. 32 as they blocked Kentucky from the Final Four is just icing on the cake. This probably won’t do anything to make Kentucky fans like Laettner any more.

27 Mar 2017 14:06:56 -0400
Chargers finally sell out season tickets after two months
The Chargers announced their relocation to Los Angeles back in January. Now over two months later, the team’s season tickets have finally sold out, per the team’s official website.The Chargers will play at the Stub Hub Center in Los Angeles, which only houses 30,000 seats. News of the slow-selling tickets probably doesn’t come as much of a surprise, however. Loyal San Diego fans were absolutely irate when the team announced the move. There were jersey-burning ceremonies and angry protests near the stadium after owner Dean Spanos dropped the news.Rams fans in Los Angeles took the relocation news a bit more enthusiastically last year once they found out they were heading to Los Angeles. For comparison sake, the Los Angeles Rams sold out of their season’s 70,000 tickets in just six hours from the point they went on sale.Needless to say, the Chargers have their work cut out for them to get fans excited. One way they could do that is by blowing the entire thing up and starting from scratch, which we expl

27 Mar 2017 13:28:45 -0400
Report: Heat still hoping to trade Bosh
The Miami Heat can safely waive Chris Bosh at any time now, as his salary will be excluded from their cap number now that there’s no way he could play 25 or more regular season games for another team this season. So what’s the holdup?According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Heat are in no rush to release Bosh because there are no players currently available that they want badly enough to free up a roster spot. In addition, Miami apparently has not given up hope that some team could decide to trade for Bosh.More importantly, Miami want to keep alive the not-very-likely possibility of being able to trade Bosh (after the season) to a team that might want to trade something Miami wants or a team that believes he could play or (as was the case before last month’s trade deadline) a team that needed to get to the cap floor. There were preliminary trade inquiries earlier this season.There has been no indication that a doctor would even clear Bosh to play, as his repeated blood clots caused him to fai

27 Mar 2017 13:22:12 -0400
Report: Kaepernick wants $9 million, chance to start
There may be a perfectly logical reason Colin Kaepernick remains jobless that has nothing to do with his activism — he’s simply asking for too much.According to Dan Graziano of ESPN, two sources have said that Kaepernick is currently seeking a deal in the $9-$10 million range in addition to the immediate chance to compete for a starting job. There aren’t many teams that can offer the latter, and those that do are probably balking a bit at the former.There are definitely teams that will be scared off by Kaepernick’s political stances, but his contractual demands may also be a factor. There aren’t a ton of teams that need a starting quarterback.Some players believe Kaepernick is being blackballed by the league. The truth may not be that harsh, particularly if this report is accurate.

27 Mar 2017 12:57:51 -0400
Jose Canseco to join NBC Sports California for A’s coverage
He’s back. According to Joe Stiglich of NBC Bay Area, six-time All-Star and all-time controversial baseball personality Jose Canseco will be coming back to baseball. This time, as an on-air analyst for "A’s Pregame Live" and "A’s Postgame Live."“I’ve got quite a bit of experience. I’ve pretty much been there, done all of that whether it’s on or off the field,” Canseco said to Stiglich. “I think the fans can expect the truth — an honest opinion, honest analysis — and hopefully in some shape or form we expand the fan base.”Beyond his 17 years experience, winning an MVP award, two World Series Championships and a Rookie of the Year award, Canseco, 52, was one of the few who admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during his playing career.That caused some controversy.Following his official retirement in 2002, he scribed a tell-all book in 2005 entitled "Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big." In the book, he mentions many names who used steroids,

27 Mar 2017 12:48:22 -0400
NFL owners to rake in absurd money in relocation fees
NFL owners are in Phoenix, Ariz., for the Annual League Meeting, and they’re expected to approve a proposal that would send the Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas.Now we have at least one idea about why there is so much overwhelming support for the proposed move, as it means more money in the pocket of each owner. Now, many of these men are billionaires, but that’s still a lot of dough no matter what income bracket you belong to.The city of Los Angeles was without an NFL team for a couple decades, despite being the second-biggest sports market in the United States. Now it has two, though it remains to be seen just how successful the Rams and Chargers will be in their new digs.Las Vegas has never had an NFL team and just recently got its first real pro team, the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights.The proposed new football stadium they’d like to build looks like a modern-day palace to sports (look here). And given the absurd amount of public funds the city offered in the proposed deal it’s no wonder it’s being fa

27 Mar 2017 12:35:30 -0400
Report: Childs facing aggravated assault, pot possession charges
University of South Florida’s Hassan Childs was shot over the weekend, and now he’s facing charges stemming from that incident.According to Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times, Childs is facing three counts of aggravated assault and one count of misdemeanor marijuana possession.Childs was shot three times in the upper arm and torso after what was described as a road-rage incident, per Knight. The man who shot him, Jovanni Jimenez, said he shot Childs in self-defense. These charges, one day later, seem to support that claim.Previous to this incident, Knight reports Childs had no criminal record in Florida.USF head coach Charlie Strong sent out a statement Sunday in response to Childs’ shooting and his condition.“Thankfully Hassan is in stable condition and being well cared for, and no one else was injured,” Strong said. “There is an ongoing investigation of the incident and we are in the process of gathering further information. Out of respect for the integrity of the investigation, we cannot commen

27 Mar 2017 12:07:09 -0400
Report: Browns looking to ‘make another run’ at Garoppolo
The Cleveland Browns are apparently not done chasing after New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, who has been on their radar a while now.“An NFL source familiar with all the principals involved speculated the Browns ‘would make another run’ at Garoppolo at the league meetings,” wrote Grossi last week. “There, Patriots owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick could interact in person — rather than via telephone — with Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and chief deal-maker Sashi Brown, the club’s executive vice president of football operations.”Following up on that earlier report, Grossi wrote Monday morning that the Browns would likely be pursuing a conversation with Belichick to pursue trade talks with him about Garoppolo.Belichick won’t be in Arizona long. He’s leaving after Monday’s meetings to scout prospects, per ESPN’s Mike Reiss — an altogether unsurprising move given his penchant for building his team through the draft.It’s been reported for quite a while now that t

27 Mar 2017 12:03:58 -0400
NFL Annual Meeting primer: Raiders, rule proposals, etc.
The NFL’s 32 owners, as well as dozens of coaches and team executives, will convene this week in Phoenix for the NFL Annual Meeting. Here’s a snapshot of what to expect from the event:LAS VEGAS RAIDERS?The owners will vote Monday afternoon on the Oakland Raiders’ proposed move to Las Vegas, which would make them the first NFL team to call the gambling capital of the world home. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the move basically is a done deal. If the relocation goes through, half of the AFC West would be packing up and moving this offseason, as the Chargers already have left San Diego for Los Angeles.PROPOSALS ON THE TABLEThough the Raiders’ desire to leave Oakland hanging for the second time in the franchise’s history is this week’s most noteworthy vote, it’s far from the only one. The league’s owners also will vote on 15 playing-rule proposals, six bylaw proposals and three resolution proposals, with 24 of 32 votes needed to pass each.The Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Buffa

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