Sunday, April 26, 2015

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced April 24 that restricted free agent running back Bobby Rainey has signed his tender offer.

Rainey originally joined Tampa Bay off of waivers from the Cleveland Browns in 2013. He played in 15 games last year, starting five of them. He carried the ball 94 times for 406 yards and scored one touchdown. He also hauled in 33 passes for 315 yards, adding a touchdown through the air.

Rainey began his NFL career in 2012 as an undrafted free agent with the... Read at Buccaneers 101

New York Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury was pulled from the game versus the Mets on Saturday early with what appears to be a minor hip injury.

Manager Joe Girardi took Ellsbury out in the eighth inning with the game pretty much out of hand:

The hope is that Ellsbury will get into the game on Sunday, but we'll have to wait-and-see on that. If he can't get back in time, you'd likely see Chris Young getting another... Read at Yankees 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

Six members of the Los Angeles Kings and AEG, have been included in the Los Angeles News Group first ever list of the most powerful owners, executives, athletes, agents, and institutions in Los Angeles' sports scene.

2. Philip Anschutz, Chairman, Anschutz Entertainment Group

"The world’s largest owner of sports teams and sporting events owns the reigning NHL and MLS champions, the L.A. Kings and L.A. Galaxy, in addition to a third of the... Read at LA Kings 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