Monday, April 27, 2015

Florida State tight end Nick O'Leary may have won the John Mackey Award last season -- which is given to the Nation's top tight end -- but when NFL Network released their full seven-round mock draft last week, his name was not among the 256 players chosen. In fact, it wasn't even on the list of projected undrafted rookie free agents expected to sign at the conclusion of the 2015 NFL Draft.

No matter, says O'Leary. Not only is he unfazed by the omission, but even more... Read at Giants 101

The landscape of the National League Central shifted dramatically this past weekend thanks to a trio of aces that we are all too familiar with. The biggest piece of news has to be the Achilles injury suffered by, St. Louis Cardinals’ ace, Adam Wainwright against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday. Wainwright, who has been the best pitcher in the division (hands down) for the better part of past seven years, will likely miss the rest of the season. At 12-5 entering play today, the... Read at Cubs 101

Roster turnover is a constant every season in the NBA but for the New York Knicks, it couldn't come soon enough. The team risks losing nine potential free agency as soon as the playoffs come to close and another champion is crowned.

The majority of the attrition will come in the post as New York stands to lose seven players that spent time at power forward or center this season. Among those who could leave via free agency are Cole Aldrich, Andrea Bargnani, Quincy Acy, Lou Amundson... Read at Knicks 101

When an old team needs to get younger, there is really only one way to do that, and that is to release or trade their older players. The New Jersey Devils had the oldest team in the NHL last season with the average age of 30.6. With general manager Lou Lamoriello already saying he will trade for two goal-scorers, maybe they will be younger and help bring in the youth. For now, we just take a look at some of the players that could be released or traded before the 2015-2016 season begins.

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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