The Arizona Cardinals will have an interesting pick to make with the 20th overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft in May.
It's just three weeks away now.
Let's take a look at the profile of one of the players that may be available to them at that pick: DL Ra'Shede Hageman of the University of Minnesota.
Hageman is 6-foot-6 and weighs 310 pounds. Here is a look at his updated profile via nfl.com:
Strengths: Very long and well-proportioned. Intriguing... Read at AZ Cardinals 101
The Baltimore Orioles have quite the unusual circumstance in their bullpen right now as Zach Britton has performed so well, that Orioles' fans have begun clamoring for Britton to get a chance in the starting rotation. One interesting question is with Britton's stock seemingly so high right now, should the Orioles try to sell high and trade him now for the biggest return?
Britton has been absolutely phenomenal this season thus far as he has started the season tossing 11 1/3... Read at Orioles 101
The bloom has come off the rose. Last season Mike Woodson led the New York Knicks to a 54-win season. This season, however, has been a disaster and the team will not be playing in the post-season. Now Amare Stoudemire is claiming the Knicks didn't always buy into Woodson's coaching.
Let's just cut straight to it. The New York Knicks are probably going to fire Mike Woodson. That being said, Woodson isn't any worse of a coach than he was last season.
The Buffalo Sabres season ended a long time ago. Absent from the playoffs for the fifth time in seven seasons, the Sabres are looking forward to putting the 2013-2014 season in the rearview mirror.
Many former Sabres players are shining in roles on other National Hockey League teams, most notably the St. Louis Blues. The Sabres traded long-time goalie Ryan Miller along with team captain Steve Ott to St. Louis earlier this season.
On Thursday night against the Chicago Blackhawks... Read at Sabres 101
Qualifying for the UBS Chinese Grand Prix on Saturday around the Shanghai International Circuit was competed under wet track conditions due to falling rain and it was Lewis Hamilton, who led every session including a lap of 1:53:860 in Q3 to earn the Mercedes driver the pole.
It is the third pole of the season in the first four races for Hamilton and the 34th of his Formula One career. It was also the third qualifying session of 2014 that has been competed in the rain.
Daniel... Read at Motorsports 101