Sunday, March 29, 2015

The New York Giants may have signed defensive end George Selvie earlier this month, but that does not necessarily mean they're out of the market at the position or for another quality pass rusher. After all, what's the saying? "You can never have enough pass rushers."

One potential pass rusher they reportedly have their eye on is Nebraska's Randy Gregory -- a Top 10 athletic talent who made major headlines earlier this week after admitting to a failed drug test ... Read at Giants 101

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It’s Sunday and you know what that means here at Orioles101, it’s time for another edition of Orioles101 Mailbag. This week, the focus surrounded Kevin Gausman, Jimmy Paredes and Nolan Reimold among roster decisions.

As we always do, we want to remind you that if we receive multiple questions on the same topic, we answer them with one general response as opposed to answering each one and repeating ourselves.

Will Kevin Gausman be placed in the bullpen to start the season? Read at Orioles 101

Many have argued who the New York Knicks should select with the first pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Some say they have to pick Jahlil Okafor. Others claim the obvious pick is Karl-Anthony Towns. Some have even made a case for taking D'Angelo Russell in a guard driven league. However, the number one pick isn't a given for New York.

If they finish the season with the worst record in the NBA the New York Knicks guarantee themselves one... Read at Knicks 101

The New Jersey Devils appear to be out of the NHL playoffs for the third straight season. They are currently on a three game losing streak and with just eight games left to in the regular season, what players will be traded before the start of next year?

General manager and interim head coach Lou Lamoriello understands his position and knows that the red and black desperately need a goal scorer to help boost the club. The Devils have a core built around young defenseman that have been... Read at Devils 101

Horse racing is an undeniably British sport. Whilst this exhilarating spectacle is performed in countries across the globe, from South Africa to Hong Kong to Australia, it is in the UK that both the sport's successful history and promising future firmly remain. Therefore, it is unsurprising, that the most famous of horse racing's venues exist within British boarders - with influential racecourses such as Aintree, Cheltenham and... Read at Olympic Games 101