Monthly Archives: June 2018

Danielle Hunter’s deal now done, Vikings working on Stefon Diggs, Anthony Barr

The Vikings signed defensive end Danielle Hunter to a five-year extension that includes $40 million in guarantees. One down, two to go. Minnesota also is hoping to get receiver Stefon Diggs and linebacker Anthony Barr signed to extensions before they become free agents in March. We want to keep all of our guys, and we’ll […]

West Virginia, Mississippi move closer to starting sports betting

With Delaware and New Jersey already taking bets on sporting events, two more states will soon be doing the same. Per multiple reports, Mississippi and West Virginia have moved closer to launching their sports wagering programs. Mississippi plans to start taking bets in late July, and West Virginia hopes to have its system in place […]

The Rams kicked a field goal to reveal sex of special teams coordinator John Fassel’s baby

The Los Angeles Rams found a fitting way to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday. Special teams coordinator John Fassel is about to become a father for the third time, so the Rams put together a field goal at the end of practice to reveal the sex of the baby on the way. It was a […]

Herrera homers again, Phillies rout Nationals 12-2

The way Odubel Herrera is going, he might have to make an extra trip to Washington next month. Herrera homered for the fifth straight game and finished with four hits, helping the Philadelphia Phillies rout the Nationals 12-2 on Friday night. Herrera hit a tiebreaking two-run shot in the third for his 13th homer, matching […]

Rockies draft pick Ryan Rolison addresses ‘stupid tweet’ about Obama

The Rockies selected Tyler Thornburg Jersey Ryan Rolison from Ole Miss with the 22nd pick in the 2018 MLB Draft on Monday, and it didn’t take long for Twitter users to dig up a tweet he sent in Roger Lewis Womens Jersey 2012. Over the course of his career he has shown a knack for […]

There’s technically one hurdle before either venue can begin offering betting.

The New Jersey Racing Commission is meeting Wednesday to approve temporary regulations, and then Murphy must approve them to give Monmouth Park a waiver to start. The state Division of Gaming Enforcement is expected to do the same for Borgata. The division did not immediately return a message seeking comment. Scroll through the gallery at […]

NHL free agency rumors: Ex-Devil Ilya Kovalchuk down to handful of teams?

Former Devil forward Ilya Kovalchuk appears to be getting closer to finding his new NHL home. The 35-year-old Russian, who is set to return to the NHL after five seasons playing in the KHL after his sudden retirement from the Jalen Ramsey Jersey Devils in 2013, is meeting and talking with NHL teams. Kovalchuk can’t […]

Aaron Rodgers: Reports about contract talks are just conjecture

With two years left on his contract, Aaron Rodgers doesn’t have a drop-dead date to get a new one. The Packers quarterback deserves to become the highest-paid player in football and is expected to become just that at some point in the near future. But will Rodgers remain the highest-paid quarterback the rest of his […]

MLB Draft 2018: Yankees pick catcher Josh Breaux in 2nd round

The Yankees selected catcher Josh Breaux with their second-round pick in the 2018 MLB Draft on Monday night. It was the 61st overall selection. Breaux, 20, was the 71st best prospect in the draft, according to He’s 6-foot-1 and weighs 220 pounds. The Astros picked him in the 36th round of the 2017 draft. I look […]

Pirates, Diamondbacks engaged in eye-for-eye series

Things can turn ugly when the Pittsburgh Pirates and Arizona Diamondbacks play. It Authentic Steve Mason Jersey happened again in the Diamondbacks’ 9-5 victory Monday. Pittsburgh hit three batters and Arizona hit two in the eye-for-an-eye game that the Pirates seem to believe in. No one appeared to be seriously hurt this time not like […]