Friday, October 31, 2014

Mike Williams hasn't played much for the Buffalo Bills, and after he was a healthy scratch against the New England Patriots, his agent requested permission to seek compensation from other teams for a trade.

The Bills never traded him, but Williams is not likely to see the field for Buffalo the rest of the season.

Buffalo just hasn't found a way to use Williams. Whether it is the trade request, or something behind the scenes, Doug Marrone simply does not seem to like him.... Read at Bills 101

One of the few good things about the baseball season coming to an end is the vast amount of awards that get handed out for performances during the season. The Baltimore Orioles had eight members of the organization nominated for nine awards for this year's MLB Greatness in Baseball Yearly (GIBBY) Awards.

Baltimore's nominees this year are Executive VP/GM Dan Duquette (Executive of the Year), Buck Showalter (Manager of the Year), Nelson Cruz (Hitter), Adam Jones (Play), JJ Hardy ... Read at Orioles 101

It was supposed to be the return of the prodigal son to Cleveland on Thursday night when LeBron James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers and played his first game in a Cavaliers uniform since 2010.

Most thought the Cavaliers would blow the New York Knicks right out of the water and run them right out of the building. Instead, it was the Knicks who took it to Cleveland and pulled off an upset when they knocked off the hometown team 95-90 for their first win of the season and also, the... Read at Knicks 101

Buffalo Sabres fans know they're going to have a rough go of things in 2014-15. The least they deserve is a realistic look at the season from the players.

You'll get one - at least depending on who you ask. Just don't ask Drew Stafford, unless you want a good laugh.

Speaking after Thursday's loss to the Boston Bruins, Stafford sounded like a man in denial:

"It didn't feel like we got outshot by as much as (the scoreboard) said we did," he said.... Read at Sabres 101

On Thursday the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule was released. There will be 17 races in 2015, which is down from 18 races in 2014 when Will Power won the championship.

Two new tracks have been added to the 2015 schedule and they are the Autodromo Internacional Nelson Piquet road course in the Brazil capital of Brasilia and NOLA Motorsports Park near New Orleans, Louisiana.

The 2015 season will kick off on Sunday, March 8 at Autodromo Internacional Nelson Piquet. The 17-race... Read at Motorsports 101