The St. Louis Rams released their final Week 16 injury report on Friday evening and, unlike the New York Giants, are about as healthy as one could expect for a team in late December. In fact, they will be without a grand total of zero players as none are listed as out, doubtful or questionable. Rather, it appears like their entire 53-man roster will be available this coming Sunday.
And while defensive end Chris Long (ankle) did not... Read at Giants 101
According to Jon Heyman the San Diego Padres snatched David Ross away from the Chicago Cubs yesterday afternoon thus putting a damper our morning article about Ross’ ability to get the most out of Jon Lester. However, later in the day that report was shot down and, per Carrie Muskat, David Ross agreed to a two-year, five million dollar contract with the Cubs. The signing is clearly a move to help Jon Lester’s production, as Ross... Read at Cubs 101
On Thursday night, Phil Jackson tried to make an upgrade to the rather lowly New York Knicks, but he swung and missed on landing Rajon Rondo.
Instead, it was the Dallas Mavericks, who were already in advanced stages of trade talks with the Boston Celtics, as the Mavericks acquired the All Star point guard from Boston on Thursday night in a deal that sends Jameer Nelson, Jae Crowder, Brandon Wright, Dwight Powell, a conditional first round pick in 2015 and a second round pick in 2016.
The Oklahoma City Barons of the AHL announced Thursday that the team would cease all operations at the end of the season, meaning that the Buffalo Sabres' AHL affiliate Rochester Americans will only play the Barons one more time in Rochester.
The Barons, who are the farm club of the Edmonton Oilers, cited a bad market as well as an inability to secure a deal with the Oilers.
“At this particular point the market... Read at Sabres 101
In what was the last NASCAR Nationwide Series race ever, Matt Kenseth beat out Kyle Larson on a green-white-checkered finish Saturday, to score the victory in the Ford EcoBoost 300 at Homestead Miami Speedway. XFINITY will become the new title sponsor of NASCAR's second series next season.
For Kenseth, it was his first Nationwide Series win of 2014 and the 29th of his career. He drove the No. 20 GameStop Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota around the outside of Larson on the final restart in... Read at Motorsports 101