The New York Giants may have lost another safety for the season as Nat Berhe will undergo calf surgery on Friday and is expected to land on Injured Reserve (IR), reports Art Stapleton. The question the Giants now face is whether to place him on season-ending Injured Reserve or Injured Reserve with a designation to return.
Head coach Tom Coughlin had confirmed the re-aggravation of Berhe's injury, which had kept him out for most of training camp, but didn't offer specifics on how... Read at Giants 101
BREAKING NEWS: According to MLB.com the Chicago Cubs have just acquired, closer, Fernando Rodney from the Seattle Mariners. Rodney, who 5-5 with 16 saves and a 5.68 ERA, was designated for assignment by the Mariners last week and had lost his spot as the team's closer before then. The Cubs are expected to send cash or a player to be named later in exchange for the 38-year-old reliever who will join the team on Friday.
Fernando Rodney pitched for Joe Maddon back in 2012 when was an... Read at Cubs 101
It's no secret that Phil Jackson has hitched his wagon on the narrow shoulders of European prospect Kristaps Porzingis. The good news is that he's trusting his care to one of his closest confidants: New York Knicks' associate head coach Kurt Rambis.
It would make sense for Rambis, who is 6-foot-8, and played 14 seasons at power forward in the NBA, to mentor Porzingis as the 19-year-old learns to adjust to the rigors of the NBA. While few question Porgzingis' skillset that... Read at Knicks 101
The New Jersey Devils added another person to their front office with the hiring of Andy Schneider as their amateur scout. General manager Ray Shero continues to add ex professional hockey players as members to the organization. Schneider, 43, worked the last three seasons as a part of the Columbus Blue Jackets organization along with the Devils' new director of pro scouting, Paul Castron who was hired by Shero on July 31.
The 43-year-old play 18 professional seasons as a forward... Read at Devils 101
Fans have been filling London streets in the official NFL Fan Rallies, with 40,000 expected to attend. Even online sportsbooks are getting in on the NFL action with UK betting sites pumping out unprecedented NFL offers to British gamblers (click here for betting information). The question is though, can the Brits handle American football for the long term or is it just a fling? Read at On The Clock 101